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Recent Review: They were very up front and honest with me about the work that needed to be done and went out of their way to make sure I was happy with the quality of their service. I will definitely be using them again.
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Business Description: -We accept cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover card and American Express, The technician collects while on the call. -Free estimates are available. -Free home safety checks to help you know the condition of your electrical system.
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Recent Review: Unlike a half dozen other electricians in the Twin Falls area, these guys actually responded to my telephone call. The estimator showed up within three days, suggested a couple less expensive options and scheduled the work to be completed within 10 days. And it was. I can't fault the other electricians that I tried (a couple that had performed work for me within the last year and a couple of new outfits I haven't tried yet) if they are too busy to accept my puny little jobs but a response would have been nice. I guess most electricians are ranked right up there with brain surgeons, much too important and busy to be contacted by mere mortals without a referral.  This does NOT describe the team at Magic Valley Electric. At no point was I left wondering what the progress was on my project. I won't poorly rate any of the other electricians that I attempted to call, I don't know the reason why they were unresponsive. If they were busy, I congratulate them for their successful business. If they just didn't want to take my small job then I hope that the recognition that I give to Magic Valley Electric will motivate them to be more responsive in the future.
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Recent Review: Contractor called me each time to make sure it would be an appropriate time for him to make the repairs.  When the original job of adding weather stripping  increased to the adding of a new garage entry door because of age-related warping, the contractor was upfront with what the additional costs would be and allowed me to make the determination on how to proceed with the repair.  I added a request to repair the light switch at the end of the last day and the contractor took the time to do this small job even though it was already late in the day.  I was pleased with the contractor's services.  I am happy to find a handyman I can trust to make repairs to my house.  He was interested and knowledgeable about  the jobs he performed.  His price quotes matched those prices on his ending invoice.  I had no surprises when receiving the bill. 
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Recent Review: They did an excellent job. Worked quickly and thoroughly and on time and budget. We have over the years made changes and additions and they are consistently excellent.They show up when they say they are going to arrive, they listen to my concerns, offered options, and worked quickly and efficiently. The two partners are very nice to talk with, get along well and listen even better. They are great to deal with/
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Business Description: Residential, commercial, and service work

Reviews in Shoshone for Installing Electrical Switches

AJoseph Callahan Handyman Finish Carpenter
Joseph was not readily available an offered another referral for electrician in area. Very professional and helpful. I would call in the future.
- Ladessa F....
APIPER ELECTRIC
They were very up front and honest with me about the work that needed to be done and went out of their way to make sure I was happy with the quality of their service. I will definitely be using them again.
- Bri R....
CPowertech Electric
They came in the day before they were supposed to be here, when the demo was going on, to check things out.  They did the obligatory compliments on how nice the area / yard was. They were very personable and seemed to know what they were doing.  They said they would return at 9:00 the next morning; they showed at 10:00. They spent 4 hours doing the work and then called me to tell me that they were all done.  The cleaned up after themselves reasonable well. When I got home, I had to remove a fan in the ceiling and went up to the attic where they had been working.  The wiring was a mess.. nothing stapled down... dozens of feet of extra wire going everyone... insulation trampled down.  I put my hand down on a truss to get to the fan and got a horrible shock.  In the process of moving the wire they had damaged one of the lines and left and open wire. A day or so later, we noticed that the dining room circuits were not working. We called and they said it would be Monday before they would go take care of it. Stay tuned.
- Jeff B....
DCheetah Electric
Arrived late without a flashlight or ladder. I let him borrow mine. Charged me for 6 hours for the two jobs which I can't imagine why it would take so long. I feel as though I got ripped off.
- Charles B....
AMagic Valley Electric LLC
Unlike a half dozen other electricians in the Twin Falls area, these guys actually responded to my telephone call. The estimator showed up within three days, suggested a couple less expensive options and scheduled the work to be completed within 10 days. And it was. I can't fault the other electricians that I tried (a couple that had performed work for me within the last year and a couple of new outfits I haven't tried yet) if they are too busy to accept my puny little jobs but a response would have been nice. I guess most electricians are ranked right up there with brain surgeons, much too important and busy to be contacted by mere mortals without a referral.  This does NOT describe the team at Magic Valley Electric. At no point was I left wondering what the progress was on my project. I won't poorly rate any of the other electricians that I attempted to call, I don't know the reason why they were unresponsive. If they were busy, I congratulate them for their successful business. If they just didn't want to take my small job then I hope that the recognition that I give to Magic Valley Electric will motivate them to be more responsive in the future.
- Rob B....
A3 Peaks Maintenance & Remodeling
Contractor called me each time to make sure it would be an appropriate time for him to make the repairs.  When the original job of adding weather stripping  increased to the adding of a new garage entry door because of age-related warping, the contractor was upfront with what the additional costs would be and allowed me to make the determination on how to proceed with the repair.  I added a request to repair the light switch at the end of the last day and the contractor took the time to do this small job even though it was already late in the day.  I was pleased with the contractor's services.  I am happy to find a handyman I can trust to make repairs to my house.  He was interested and knowledgeable about  the jobs he performed.  His price quotes matched those prices on his ending invoice.  I had no surprises when receiving the bill. 
- Diane K....
AS&S Electric
They did an excellent job. Worked quickly and thoroughly and on time and budget. We have over the years made changes and additions and they are consistently excellent.They show up when they say they are going to arrive, they listen to my concerns, offered options, and worked quickly and efficiently. The two partners are very nice to talk with, get along well and listen even better. They are great to deal with/
- Stephen F....
DL & F ELECTRIC INC
The house was completed. Here is the problem, the organization of the wiring is terrible. They completely consumed two 200 AMP mains in a single family house. They put lights on the same circuit as outlets, meaning that if you blow a breaker at nighttime you are left without any lights. Circuit in the Master Bathroom are consistently off, several outlets will not work. They installed the electrical box for a light in the bathroom and the box is so skewed the light fixture puts weight on the mirror and the mirror breaks, multiple times. The outlet in one room blew, I have been upstairs and downstairs breaker boxes and still haven't determined which fuse has blown. The basement is unfinished and the entire breaker box in the basement is full, some upstairs rooms are in the basement breaker, ie absolutely no organization to how the electrical fuses were laid out. Where do we put circuits for the basement? We have multiple light switches together, and is there any rational on how the lights correleate to the switches? Not at all, the left switch in one case turns on the middle lights, the middle switch turns on the left lights ... And this has happened for every series of light switches. The ran aluminum from the service main into the house. This is mixing copper and aluminum and mixing wire like this under electrical power will deteriorate the wiring, the US Navy is spending tens of millions to eliminate the crossing of two types of wiring material. If you just want power with no logical organization to breaker boxes, to what switches what on, no careful thought of what makes sense to wire together. These are the guys for you. If you was some outlets to not work like in a bathroom, you want light fixtures mounted that will crack mirrors these are the guys for you. During construction they put an outlet in the middle of the range. When asked to move the outlet, they said they couldn't do it, so I came in and moved the outlet. They also put an outlet that would be covered by a cabinet and also refused to move the outlet. I moved the outlet for that also. You are correct, I did not baby sit them as the wired the house. I mistakenly thought that this is what they did for a living, and were being paid $15K to do. Wouldn't they be the experts? If you hire them you better be there everyday to make sure that it gets done. If you want organization, you better be the one to organize. If you want workable circuits, be better supervise them.
- William R....