Jeremy arrived on time with a neat and professional manner. I did purchased an Angie's Deal $90 for a ceiling fan or vanity light, because I was not confident in moving a slim box over on top of a stud. The Deal was very smooth and fairly priced and I was extremely satisfied. Jeremy also furnished 3 Cree LED bulbs for the vanity light, bulbs I was going to select for myself at a value of $20.. Randy's waived their trip charge, I assume because I expressed that I needed other work done. I also needed a bath vent fan and a new GFCI receptacle. The bid was made and I thought it was too high but The Hubby convinced me to continue on and get it done. Jeremy would not install the Utilitech 80cfm 2 sone fan I had purchased, and called for a courier to bring a Panasonic 80 CFM .3 sone; the benefit is a lifetime warranty, of which I reluctantly agreed. He cut the ceiling hole and installed the fan in record time, and also the new wire to the double rocker switch I had provided with the GFCI on the side of the 2-gang box. He had also called (and bid) for an assistant, but there was none available. That being the case, I did assist pulling wires and removed tile myself. The GFCI receptacle, of course, needed a dedicated wire to the circuit panel, about 40 feet of wire in an unfinished easy access basement. This was done in 20 minutes. Jeremy was extremely focused on performing precision, quality work and I could see that he is an excellent electrician. Clean up was okay. I am not too picky, to save time. When the dust settled, and after I had paid, I saw what it was that I was uncomfortable with on the initial bid/ billing: $359 to install a 4inch insulated duct on the bath vent (which was $35 materials and 20 minutes of time) with 2 cable ties and tape to an already existing roof cap! I contacted Randy's Electric the next day and we discussed the day's events and Randy's Electric adjusted the price down $225. Overall the work looks beautiful, the work, I feel confident that it was done perfectly. The breakdown: GFCI on new circuit $744, Bath vent fan install with wire to switch $847 ( does not include duct or roof cap install ), Vanity light Angie's Deal $90 , Insulated duct $359 - $225 (negotiated price adjustment) = $134. With the price adjustment, the furnished light bulbs,and waived tip charge the Grand total was $1850, time 5 hours includes the bath fan and duct, and all wire. Quality work... A tad high priced, can't skimp on electrical work.