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Electrician reviews in San Lorenzo

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    Petersen Dean Roofing & Solar
    Called them after seeing a special offer on an infomercial. I've had solar panels for over 15 years, which I installed myself, so I'm probably more informed on what I needed vs. what they were trying to sell. To my pleasant surprise, the package that the sales rep put together was in line with what I wanted. Since this was in addition to the existing panels, which already occupied the prime roof area, the planning and layout was probably more challenging than a standard job. Since PD is a big organization, sales, planning and permitting, and installation were all handled by different departments, but we had a single coordinator that was in communication with us by phone and email as we went through each stage. They were great in getting through the planning and approvals, especially with getting the information for our HOA and interfacing with PG&E. The main installation of the panels and wiring was completed in less than a day! (It took me several days to install my first system, 15 years ago.) After a couple of quick returns to install an additional ground rod and install the monitoring interface, we were done. The improvements in the panels and supporting electronics over the last 15 years is impressive. One of the key factors in deciding to add the extra panels was the low-interest financing. With a 12-year loan, the loan payment is essentially offset by the reduced electricity bill (since it's adding to my exiting system, the savings aren't as great as a new install), but I know that these panels can keep producing way past the last loan payment. But, the main reason I added the panels was to cut down on fossil power. I don't consider myself a tree hugger by any stretch of the imagination, but if I can help slow the meltdown of the planet, even a little, without any dollars out of my pocket, and eventually same some bucks in the process, why not?
    - Wayne P.
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    Almeida & Son Painting & Construction Inc
    Arrived on time.  Installed the bathroom fan as agreed on.  Was careful to be neat and not track debris.  Arranged the switching for the light and fan as I requested.  Had to cut and patch wall to run wiring, patching job was carefully done.
    - Michael W.
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    Nick's Handyman Service
    On both occassions Nick was punctual, professional, polite and conscientious. He did outstanding work, was creative with solutions and informed me of the approach he would take to remedy the situation before starting each job.  I first used Nick in Oct based on reviews on Angie's list. On that visit he did the following work:  fixed three wooden fences in my backyard which no longer closed properly due to warping and /or had pulled away from the supporting brackets. He also replaced old track lighting in my living room and put in new fixtures, and unclogged my sprinkler line where some of the heads were not operating properly.  There was one job he was not able to do, replace the handle on the slider, as a  piece of the lock had broken off. He did advise me on how to reorder the piece and would install it another day if I wanted him to come  back.  
    The total work on this day was apprx $500 which included materials ($375. labor and $125 materials)
    I was so impressed  with  his work in October, I scheduled another appt for Dec for a much bigger job: Replace wooden supports for awning in my backyard. On this job he needed a helper as it was a two man job due to the heavy lifting. Nick had premeasured the posts and support beam during his work in Oct, and came  prepared to work on the 7th at 9:00 sharp with all material in hand. The rotten posts were removed, new ones installed, cement poured, awning bracketed to the house, and  primed applied in about five hours. He came back the next morning (Sunday) for another hour  to remove the support brackets and paint the new wood. All was completed to my satisfaction. Total cost fo this job was $750.00 ($500 labor + $250 materials)
    On another note, I found his communication style very refreshing; he often shared ideas, and knowledge about the work he was doing and suggestions for me should I want to pursue another avenue. This is a guy who built his own business and knows the value of creating lasting customer relationships.  I will surely use him again. In fact, we have another job in the next month which will need help with (dismanteling an old rusty metal shed,  and installing a new one).  I am very pleased to have found a competent 'handyman' without having to hire a contractor to do routine home repairs for an old house.   
    P.S. We also have a new puppy who was a consideration when doing work in and around the house. He was very comfortable working around her and made accommodations when  I needed to take her out back for breaks.
    - LESLIE M.
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    Alley Electric
    It went very well.  After a long holiday weekend, I forgot when the first day of work was, and went to work.  Received a call from Alley that they were already outside ready with their crew, and luckily I was able to get someone to help let them in.  The day was rainy and they started later than planned, but finished ALL of the outlets and re-wired my kitchen and parts of the garage on DAY 1!  Very, very efficient.  Additionally, since I forgot that they were coming on the first day, I did not help move furniture around so they can work more efficiently.  They were able to work around my furniture, and did a large chunk of work without much signs that they were there.  Since it was raining that day, most of the outlets were powerless, but they did manage to get a couple up and running and wired an extension cord to my living room (where my TV and wi-fi  was) so that I am plugged in. Anyways, long story short: all that work was completed, along with inspection and permit, in 3 days.  They also suggested and then threw in a couple of ceiling lights for my dim garage for free.  Awesome work and team.  I'd hire them again for any future electrical work.
    - John Y.
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    Alley Electric
    Wes is wonderful. He responded within 30 minutes to my initial call, set a time for an appt and he showed up on time and was very helpful in recommending what needed to be done without going over board. He emailed me a quote, I chose him and we set a date to begin. He was punctual, cleaned up after himself, was wonderful.He got the needed permits and was onsite to answer any questions of the inspectors. He will be back to install the undercounter lighting after my kitchen remodel is done is a few weeks.
    - KRISTENA H.
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    LAYNE ELECTRICAL
    He does great work. He makes the inspectors happy. He verifies things before he does the work if it is needed. He took care of everything, I didn't have to worry about anything. His pricing is reasonable.
    - Nadeshda L.
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    Spark Smith Electric, Inc.
    He worked quickly and efficiently. Was in and out in a few hours.
    - Tom G.
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    Bay Area Handyman
    Everything went well.
    - Jerry T.
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    Nate's Electrical Services
    unknown
    - Kim V.
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    BDM Electric
    He took care of everything including getting the permits and contacting PGand E. It went very well. He seems very knowledgeable and friendly.
    - Cherie H.
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