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Electrician reviews in Centerville

  • F
    The Fix-It Chick
    It went fine UNTIL the pump installed did not work to stop the flooding of my patio ever since installation. My patio continued to flood, the water went into the closed porch and almost to the living room. I have pictures and videos of the before and after, and you can see that the problem the Fix It Chick was hired to perform stayed the same.
    - Alina P.
  • B
    Anytime Electric
    Johnny was my contact person. After emailing and delays on my part we set up the job to be done on 03-04-2019 after five months getting to that point. The workers were Adam (the foreman) and JC his helper in training. They called ahead of time around 9:50am and said they would be at my house in 30 minutes. They arrived at 10:58am. They did a good job replacing 8 fluorescent bulbs and changing from what I had to a more eco friendly bulb that lasted longer, and replacing 7 ballasts and replacing 2 vent fan motors in both bathrooms. I supplied the fan motors and they just charged the labor to install them as well as the labor for the bulbs and ballasts. They finished the job by 2:15pm and said I would be billed. The trainee did one ballasts by himself, and had problems and was taking longer than the foreman did the others, and I joking said "I'm getting the trainee rate aren't I"? Adam said he would make it right with the bill. The bill arrived on 03-15-2019 for a total of $605.00 and a simple description of: Service call to repair kitchen & bath lights and change out bath fan motors. Labor and materials included. Adam & JC. I emailed Johnny in that I wasn't questioning the bill, but wanted it itemized for the price of labor, bulbs, ballasts. After 3 tries to get my answers over 10 days, the email address kept coming back to me with "Fatal Errors", and so I called Johnny on 03-25-2019. He answered the phone and apologized in that they had changed from a .net to a account and said he would call me in and hour from his office to get me what I needed. And hour later he did call and said the 8 bulbs were #10.00 a piece, the 5 ballasts were $20.00 a piece, and the balance was labor for 3.5 hours. I told him I thought it was 7 ballasts, and he said he thought the writing of his foreman was a 5, but to not worry about the extra $40.00. I then paid my bill with him over the phone by charging the $605.00 to my credit card of which he emailed me confirmation. When we started the process of setting up the appointment he confirmed in an email on 09-28-2018 that the labor cost would be $100.00 per hour for two men. I've pasted that email but inserted names instead of email addresses as Angie's List does not like email addresses in the summary. ( From: Johnny To: Steve: Sent: 9/28/2018 3:05:54 PM Eastern Standard Time Subject: Re: Electrical Service. Yes, that is correct. 2 Men $100 hr) in a reply from Steve to Johnny (On Fri, Sep 28, 2018 at 12:22 PM Steve wrote: Hey Johnny ,I got your message on my phone answering machine. You said $100.00 per hour for two men.  Is that as you say, or is it $100.00 per hour for both men meaning the expense would be $200.00 per hour to me, or just $100.00 for the first hour of the job? Steve) I then emailed Johnny back thanking him for the credit card email confirmation and said I assumed the 3.5 hours of labor would be $350.00 meaning a difference in $75.00 in labor. I said I felt I should have been charged for 7 ballasts, so accounting for that, could he do a credit card credit for 35.00? Johnny replied in an email his itemized list below: (From: Johnny To: Steve Sent: 3/25/2019 3:19:06 PM Eastern Standard Time Subject: Re: Invoice 8679 from Anytime Electric, Inc. Steve, Labor 3.5 hrs @ $125.00 hr =$437.50 Material $180.00 437.50 + 180.00 = 617.50 Thanks, Johnny) So, from that information the total still doesn't add up to $605.00 that I paid for, and the labor rate quoted to me prior to the job had gone up $25.00 per hour. Because I had already paid the bill and didn't have any leverage I decided not to do another follow up reply and just chalk it up to experience. Maybe the labor price had gone up at the beginning of the new year. The foreman didn't really make it right in my view to the trainee issue. We all know of the markups on materials businesses do. The ballast price seemed fair, but the bulb price of $10.00 was excessive. I priced the bulbs afterwards at Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Lowe's and they were $2.50 - $3.00 each. I've stated above that I would not rehire and had I voiced my opinion before paying the bill, Johnny may have accepted the labor rate he quoted me in 2018, so in the future I may use them again as this was the 3rd since 2010 I used their services, but will re-check out other competitors on Angie's list as well.
    - Steve C.
  • A
    Light Force Electrical Service
    Light Force previously hooked up my whole house generator. I was so impressed with the employees, the company, and their work, I hired them again to add an additional outlet. Once again they did outstanding work. To me, costumer service is very important and in every aspect, they excel. Looking forward to working with them again.
    - David G.
  • A
    Reynolds Home Builders
    Reynolds Home Builders did an outstanding job. When we were looking for a contractor Debbie was the only one who actually listened to what my fianc�� wanted as opposed to trying to talk her into what they wanted to do. Miles, the Forman responded promptly to every call. As with all big projects there were a few bumps in the road. However, Miles and Debbie addressed every concern we had. They and their team were very professional. I am typing this review while sitting in our new room and enjoying football. I highly recommend Reynolds Home Builders.
    - Ted M.
  • D
    Fraser Electric Inc.
    They had me on the schedule for June 27 and weren't able to get to me. When they finally came June 28, they fixed the 6 lights before they left but within a week, 2 lights stopped functioning. They sent my bill to the wrong email address so I hadn't paid it. They called me demanding i pay, bullying me and rudely badgering me into giving my card number. They said it wasn't their fault, they had used my bulbs instead of theirs, and gave me $10 off my bill. They said I'd have to pay for another service call. I won't use Fraser Electric again!
    - Mary B.
  • F
    Western Trawick
    Needed an estimate for an extra outlet in garage. The estimator came out and gave an initial estimate for 1-2 hours. Then changed the tune mid way through the process and said it will be 4 hours with no change in any other information. When I pressed on why it would take 4 hours, the estimator replied it could be a maximum of 4 hours, but more than likely it will be done in 2 hours. When I got the estimate the labor and parts were estimated for $1400 with the labor for 6-7 hours. Clearly the estimation was jacked up and unreasonable.
    - Venu B.
  • A
    Reynolds Home Builders
    Reynolds Home Builders was fantastic. Debbie was quick with her estimate and once we chose her it was easy to agree on a start date for the project. Myles managed the project and is flexible with style of communication with the customer. He called or texted me to keep me informed and I could always check the Buildertrend app on my phone to see the overall schedule. He also checked on the project in person periodically (as did Debbie) to make sure we were happy with the result and to address any questions or concerns we might have. All of the subcontractors were professional, friendly, on time and did excellent work. I'd hire Reynolds Home Builders again for any future projects.
    - William K.
  • A
    Rocafort Electrical Services
    While I had an appointment set up for a later date, he called and said that he was in the area and could come that day. I agreed and he came and went in an hour saving me about two hours of his of his hourly fee.
    - Richard B.
  • B
    It was fine. I actually had to upgrade because there was more stuff that I decided I wanted to do. I was not actually in town when they did that. I didn't have any complaints about it. It wasn't exactly what I wanted but I think that was my fault for not being clear. They were very responsive. They were very professional.
    - Suzanne T.
  • A
    I got the best guy for that. The guy that used to own it was Joe Morgan but he passed away and his son runs it now. I don't remember how much it cost but it is like everyone else. He is right there whenever I need him.
    - Joanne S.
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