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  • A
    Garrett Electrical Inc
    Garrett did some work, installed a circuit for an RV I have at my home and also an additional for my wife's charging receptacle for my wife's electric car. The work was good. He came out and he was very busy. The only negative flaw on his company was he does not take card at the time. So I couldn't instantly pay him, I'm currently doing a payment program which he really doesn't like, and I'm getting hit with a fee every month now that I have to drag this payment out. That was largely due to the fact that he does not have a card swipe reader or any kind of mobile payment technology. You have to wait until he sends you a bill. That's the only flaw, his work was really good. I've had no problems  I would probably use him again, and his quote was right on the money pretty much, what he quoted me wasn't above or below, it was right on the money so to speak. but definitely good work. He came out was very friendly, he pretty much had the work done in about half a day because he basically had to do some external work and cut into the exterior of my house to run the pipe through to at least get the pipe routed into the junction box and put the additional breaker on there but all in all I would definitely probably use him again although admittedly I would prefer a provider and anyone who wants to be able to pay either by card or instantaneously would probably want to go to a different provider until he changes that practice of his. I had him put in two receptacles and a circuit breaker, one for an RV and the other was an internal inside my garage for a portable stage two charger for my wife's electric car. It was all one bit of work. He did a very good job. He was very honest and forthright if he couldn't make it. He had to cancel a couple times. I contacted him sometime around April or May and the work wasn't until a little bit later but basically he was very conscious. He was very busy obviously, it was getting close to summer time in Arizona which means a lot of people getting either new air conditioning units and stuff like that which require electrical work and stuff like that so he was very conscious about if he couldn't make an appointment or and discussions he talked to me throughout the work of this is what I'm doing, here's how I'm going, here's how I would prefer to do it. He was willing to take my input so it was very attentive to me as a customer. That's really the biggest flaw, because he doesn't have a portable payment service it makes things a little bit hard. Also his business office, he has someone handle the books separately for billing and stuff like that and then his wife mails out the notices so he doesn't have an extensive office so that can be a little complicated. He's a small business owner and therefore obviously you can't expect him to have someone who sits constantly at a business office and goes okay call this number for billing and stuff like that. You have to wait for the invoice which can be a few weeks if his wife is basically the one doing the billing portion of it and they have children, as a parent with 2 small children I can understand things get busy so it is a small predominately family owned operation. Which means it's subject to those same pressures as well they're a family and kids get sick and have school trips or other stuff like that so it can delay his billing a little bit. The previous gentleman that I contacted quoted me a price at about $900 or so but he preferred that I buy all the circuit breakers and materials. Mr Garrett basically said look I'll provide the appropriate plugs and all of that. Tell me what your needs are and everything and I'll provide my part. He has his own parts so he preferred to use his parts that he sourced which was fine with me, so that did increase the price. So based on what I paid for all of my stuff I would say he was definitely higher than the previous quote but he was also basically willing to stand behind the components that he sourced. I would give him a B for price but it was professional work and there's not enough electricians and I would say it was a little more expensive based on the previous statement and from what I've researched form your site and a couple of other places.Given the work that was done I don't know how he can be any cheaper, but he definitely seemed to be in the ballpark of that kind of work. It wasn't exceptionally low or exceptionally high from my understanding. I've had no problems with the work he's done. As I said previously, he was very quick to communicate with me if there were any issues that was going to delay him getting out here which was a couple times due to emergency work like people with infants needing immediate electrical work to restore air conditioning or stuff like that. So he was always very very quick to communicate with me, and during the work he several times he had me come out to show me the work he was doing asked my permission to make changes that he felt was necessary to make go as smoothly, so he was definitely an A in his communication skills with me as a customer.  Punctuality is a B, but that's largely because of  a schedule he could not control. The day that he actually said he was coming out, he came out on time so I would say an A. I initially said B but not so much, more an A. He was definitely very professional. Highly likely to use again the only difference that I would do is if I were to find someone of the same rating as he that served my local area and took payment by card the day that the service was done. That would be the only discriminator.
    - Jared R.
  • A
    Home Town Electric
    We had a good service with them. The price was competitive but the service was good. We had a couple of problems and those times they were resolved very quickly and very satisfactorily. In fact, they are about 30 minutes away from us. There was this one time they had been out here and we had an issue and it was in a middle of a thunderstorm. The owner came up at nine o'clock at night. They were out in the thunderstorm and fixed the problem. I can't ask so much better service than that. I was happy with them. I think they were competitive and they charged whatever the rate was and the time. I had a problem with one of the workers. He did something that was not ethical as far as the equipment that he used or the product he put in but I called the owner and it was immediately handled. He took care of it.
    - Mona H.
  • F
    The Solar Store
    We had signed up for a rebate through our electric company, to have a complete solar system installed at our house. We finally received word that we were approved, so, with confirmation in hand, we began looking for a company to do the project and we decided on ?The Solar Store?. We decided on a 32 panel system mounted on a framework structure, that could also act as a covered parking area. The contract was completed on May 23rd of 2013. It was proposed to us that it would be that after The Solar Store received an initial deposit, they would file for the permits and that it would take about 6 weeks for the permits to be approved and once the permits were in hand, it would be another 4-6 weeks to complete the project. Things are never as good as they sound.

    The Solar Store received their initial payment in the first week of June 2013, with the understanding that the project had to be completed by September 21st, which was the due date. After well over 6 weeks we had not heard anything, so I made a call to the county. The permits are filed under the address and she was not showing any permits being filed. It is relevant to point out that under the terms of the rebate, the person(s) has a set time limit in which to complete the project, if it is not completed, then the rebate is forfeit and given to the next person(s) on the list. A one time extension of 30 days, past the due date, is allowed. Calls were made to the Solar Store to ascertain when they would get started and all we received was one excuse after another. During one phone call it was revealed that the plans had been approved but were just sitting on a desk, like they had forgotten about. I actually have lost track on the number of times I called them, furiously letting them know how inept I thought they were and for all the calls, all we received was more excuses and promises. The due date was fast approaching and they had not even made a tire track on my property, to show any progress. We filed for our one time extension, and I called and told them that it does not matter when they start, they only have until October 21st to complete the system or there would be no payment from our electric company, and we would not be making up the difference.

    On the 10th of October they finally started! 11 days before the deadline, not 11 working days, just 11 days. I told them that I had no confidence that they would be finished in time. The sub-contractor, who was tasked with digging the trench line and the concrete foundation, was on scene and he told me what his plan of attack was. It dawned on me that The Solar Store failed to inform him exactly where our power lines were, in relation to our house. He assumed from the front, and I pointed out to him that the power comes from the back of the house and I was about to point out to him that The Solar Store had not even bothered to contact the locate company, to locate our underground utility lines, when he made the same observation. Another delay. I want to point out that this sub-contractor (Campas Construction Co, out of Douglas Arizona) did a great job! Despite the delay, of the locates, he managed to do what he said he would, in the time he said he would do it. Unfortunately he could not finish because The Solar Store did not provide him with the mounting hardware for the structure. On the good side; The Solar Store did complete the project....sort of. They could not pour the foundation because not only did The Solar Store not have the hardware on site, that needs to be embedded in the concrete, they did not have ANY of the framework structure on site. A call to the electric company was made, by The Solar Store, and they got approval to install the panels on a temporary grid, until the hardware and frame could be installed. The system is operational, but not to the design we agreed upon.

    The company, that manufactures the framework/structure, attempted to deliver it to my house using Fed-Ex because that is what they were directed to do and I had to be there to sign for it so I had to arrange to take the day off at the last minute. I was expecting The Solar Store to send a crew to off load it, but I was wrong. When the truck arrived, and no Solar Store crew on hand, I asked the driver if this was normal. The driver explained that they usually delivered it to the installers, not directly to the house and when they do there is a crew with equipment to off load it. The framework was in a crate approximately 4 feet tall, 3 feet wide, 15 ft long weighing over a thousand pounds and all the driver had was a pallet jack. I refused the load as I was not about to have the driver attempt that undertaking. To his credit, he would have off loaded all those pieces by hand, had I requested it but I?m not going to make him suffer through that. I took a day off from work, for no reason. After debacle I called The Solar Store and asked to speak to the owner, she was on vacation. I then asked if we were the first customers that they had ethisver had, because the amount of ineptitude was reaching epic proportions. I also wanted to know why I was expected to take time off from work and oversee the delivery of anything when I was paying them to install it. A few days later we received a call from Fed-Ex, informing us that a second delivery was going to be attempted and that I would need to be there to sign for it. Are you kidding me? It took another round of phone calls to get it sorted out.

    The county came out to inspect the framework and concrete forms and once again, there was no mounting hardware, so the inspection failed. It is now into November and my system is still not completed, in fact, I came home one day and found my system had been completely disassembled! It seems that the temporary install was in the way of where the overhead structure needed to be assembled, so my solar system is going to be off line for at least another week! As a teenager I worked construction and we built entire houses, in less time than The Solar Store has taken, so far, and they are not even completed yet. I did some checking and it seems that a lot of the solar companies have exceeded their capabilities, to get systems installed apparently because the feds are going to drop the incentive so they want to get in as many projects as possible and it seems that The Solar Store is one of the worst. The project is now in it?s sixth month and it is almost done, it is operational and the structure looks great, but the final inspection revealed that no one bothered to drop in marking/warning ribbon in the electrical trench. Once that has been completed we should receive a pass on the final inspection. If we could offer any suggestions, it would be to get a completion date written into the contract, otherwise, you might suffer as we did. If they are not willing, then I would move on to someone else.
    - Michael L.
  • A
    GIANT ELECTRIC
    Arron is a great guy to work with. Not only did he do an excellent job in the electrical, he helped me find contractors to do other work as well. He also found a major mistake another contractor had made, that could have burned the building to the ground! If you want a job well done, for a fair price, Giant is the one to use!
    - Mark S.
  • A
    Net Zero Solar
    They were on budget, started on time, aided in financing options, finished on time, handled all the permits & paperwork, and the job looks and operates perfectly. The staff is pleasant to work with and the installation looks professional. I recommend Net Zero Solar LLC to anyone thinking about a solar energy solution to their home or business.
    - Mark T.
  • A
    GIANT ELECTRIC
    He wasn't as professional as others I have worked with, but he was more friendly and easy to talk to. The price was reasonable because he stayed longer then he was supposed to be, and he still didn't charge me. He also gave me advice to protect my house from fire or anything dangerous. He was also here when he said he was going to be here. He went above and beyond on what he was supposed to do.
    - ANGEL C.
  • A
    EARUSS ELECTRIC
    It went fine. The only trouble we had was with inspectors, so we couldn't do my garage. Everything worked out alright. They do great work.
    - Christopher M.
  • A
    Garrett Electrical Inc
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    - Lynda F.
  • A
    R & R ELECTRIC LLC
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    - Joseph D.
  • C
    American Solar & Roofing
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    - Franklin H. T.
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