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Electrician reviews in Kenneth City

  • D
    Solar Tech Elec LLC
    We signed a contract with Solar Tech Elec as part of a solar cooperative program. We met with Ross to discuss system size and products. We liked the product and the price and decided to sign. We should have known we would have problems when we had to ask that the contract be fixed with the correct information before we signed it (signed in May with 25% down). Had to keep calling and sending emails to find out when they were going to do the install. We were being patient because we signed up as part of the co-op and understood we were getting a good price, and that they probably had lots of jobs to do because of this. In mid-July, the permit was finally pulled, our kit was ordered, and delivered to our house (the driver was 2 hours late with no communication to let us know he would still be arriving that day). We were asked to send a photo of the packing slip because there were mix-ups with some of the other deliveries and Solar Tech Elec wanted to ensure we had the right items for installation. At that time my husband indicated it looked like there was only one inverter, and we wanted microinverters. We were assured we had everything we needed. The installation went well, and the techs seemed to know what they were doing. We were asked if we wanted to make the remaining 75% payment, but we opted only for the required 50%. We didn't pass the first inspection on August 1, because the plans didn't match our system. We looked at our contract again, and it turns out they installed a different product (there were 2 options offered by the co-op, but we specified in our contract that we wanted Enphase with microinverters, not SolarEdge with optimizers). We contacted Ross, and he gave us a few options. We elected to switch out the system for what we specifically asked for. It took one month for them to order the correct system and get it switched out. The second crew was different and didn't do quite such a nice job. In fact, we didn't pass this next inspection (beginning of September) because there were some screws/washers missing and the plans weren't correct. Also, there was some minor damage done to the asphalt shingles on our roof (which we had replaced in May anticipating the solar installation). No one mentioned the damage to us. A new set of plans was provided, but we received another correction notice at the third inspection (beginning of October), because the plans still weren't correct. We finally passed inspection in mid-October, and then had to remind Solar Tech Elec that the squirrel guards still needed to be installed. A crew was sent out one week later to do this (without prior notice). Luckily, my husband was home, because they showed up without a ladder and borrowed ours! Really? Once the Duke Energy net metering request was submitted, we made our final 25% payment (very end of October). The final invoice was sent, and we had to ask for this to be corrected as well - it didn't have the quantities listed in the 'Quantity' column, and the monitoring system wasn't listed on the invoice at all. One week after final payment, we were contacted by Duke Energy indicating the information provided was incomplete/inaccurate. That was fixed and resubmitted within one day. Duke Energy installed our new meter on November 13. We had the roof shingles replaced at our own expense because we didn't want to have to deal with Solar Tech Elec anymore. Bottom Line: Choose someone else! Ross knows his stuff and uses good products. His installers are hit or miss in terms of attention to detail. Customer service is not their strong suit. In the end, we essentially got what we wanted, but I'm not sure how much of that was because we had the support of the co-op, and/or because I was hounding them incessantly to do their job (and do it right).
    - Elizabeth Z.
  • A
    Age Electric Of Pinellas
    It went very well. I was pleased with the end result and the young man that did the work was both professional and efficient. He even found a less obstructive way to add the new outlet that others did not offer.
    - Marlene A.
  • F
    Chuckles Electric
    Started ok till he got paid in full.then added garage to be done and overpaid his helper while he was hunting.work never got done.asked him to put in a couple lights for over payment to his helper.got me on block when i call.from start he scratched my new painted walls switching out a switch.drilled six in holes in my ceiling without covering my new granite countertops below,twice.switches for dimmers on led not-the correct 21 $ switches needed but 4 $ .now lights are flickering.had to buy and indtall myself.forgot my outside switch for lights inside.left back porch lite sitting on chair in backyard and never returned.dryer breaker was 60 amp,shoud be 30.and wires were not hooked up.had to get other electrician for that.and my 220 for garage compressor was never hooked up.avoiding me .no pride or professionalism in this guy.avoid at all cost.piece of crap.also many other issues.says he wants to open sandwich shop,dont eat there.he reall y does nt care.big dummy.
    - Don B.
  • F
    Weathermakers AC & Heating Inc
    Long story: We originally called Weather Makers because we had a very specific problem with the smell of fiber glass and attic air coming through our vents. I have asthma that is triggered by certain things, as I have been tested with the IGE test and I am allergic to fiber glass, wood, smoke, etc. Due to the good reviews of Weather Makers, we called this company. We were seen by a wonderful man named Carey, the general manager, who inspected our problem and noticed that we did have many holes in our attic vents and the tape that was sealing was not working correctly. He gave us a quote and also said that the duct work should be cleaned and that they would give us a deal to do them together. We agreed and the two techs came out. We had to leave the house while the AC was off due to my asthma flaring up. Once the job was done we came home and noticed that our AC sounded significantly different, much quieter. We mentioned this to the tech and noticed that he looked strange, but said it will probably just take a while to cool down. They left and about 10-20 minutes later our AC fan stopped working completely. At this point, my 6 month old was sleeping in the house and my 4 year old was getting ready for bed. We couldn���t leave immediately so I took my rescue inhaler from the AC not being on. We called the techs and they said another tech would come out. This tech came and stated that they did not have the correct fan to put in, but they will use a lower grade one to hold us over until the part comes in. He stated ���I have never put a fan in before��� which made my husband question him, and he quickly said something like ���in this model��� etc. All of a sudden I start smelling a strong burning smell. My husband sees the tech jump back and sparks are flying and a burning smell took over the home. At this point, my lungs are severely closing. I had already taken way too much of my rescue inhaler. We packed up our kids in the car and drove around, ending up in front of the ER waiting for my symptoms to calm down. The tech called back and said ���there must be something wrong with this motor��� and I will have to send someone else out. We go back home, the tech is standing outside smoking a cigarette and we go in and our home is filled with SMOKE! YES ��� SMOKE. He tells us it was just a bad motor. The THIRD tech comes out. This time it is Carey, who quickly put the motor in and apologized. He said he would be happy to try to get us a hotel room if the smoke doesn���t clear and he will be back to put the proper motor in when the part comes in. I ended up taking two albuteral treatments that night and the next day called to make an emergency pulmonologist appointment to check my lungs. At his point, we chalked this up to just a bad night. We figured this company is very reputable with good reviews so we will see what happens. A week goes by, all along the smaller motor we have in our AC cannot keep up with the temperature. When we put it on 69, it is still 75 in the house. We also notice that there is NOT much of an improvement in the smell of the fiber glass and the attic air. We had an apt on Monday for them to install the correct fan, and it turned into a no show with no call. I talk to Tiffany, also a very nice person. She tells me there was miscommunication and they will wave our $30 warrantee fee on the $120 fan. WAIT WHAT?! I asked how and why we would be paying for this motor when the tech originally broke it somehow. Tiffany was very nice and said she apologized and it was another miscommunication and that they will talk to the owner and managers to see if we can be compensated further. Cut to today, Carey comes back with the proper motor and we ask him if he will take a look at the duct work as the ORIGINAL PROBLEM we called them for wasn���t taken care of. He agrees but says that the owner of the company is coming in to speak to us. Here is where everything, EVERYTHING, falls apart. The owner walks in. We try to tell him exactly what happened from the beginning so we do not have any further communication issues. While we are talking, he keeps turning his back on us, shining his flashlight into our AC, into our vents, walking around our home, etc. It didn���t seem like he cared one bit what we were saying. In fact, he was making it a point to not listen at all. He started attacking the way our vents are, ask us about our UV light on our AC (which we purposely have off), starts talking about why I have asthma. We tried to explain that the duct work was not complete as we still smell attic air. The owner starts saying he doesn���t smell anything so he won���t do anything. He starts saying the reason why I have asthma in the first place is because we have cats, to which I tell him I have been tested for triggers and cats are not one of them. He says over and over ���I am not a doctor��� trying to deflect on the liability and how they did NOT fix the original problem. This man was SO much of a bully that my husband had to ask him to leave. So much of a bully that he sat in front of our house and I went to his window to say ���Please leave, we do not trust you.��� He mocked me, he laughed at me. He continued to bully me and then said that my husband I had a combative attitude. I continued to say ���LEAVE OUR PROPERTY.��� He said he wasn���t a child and laughed more. He mocked me and said ���what do you want me to do just write you a check right now��� while laughing. I told my husband to call the police and then he drove away. Carey stayed and installed the proper motor, but they did not check the duct work. Carey was EXTREMELY nice and said he has never seen the owner act this way before. We had a nice conversation with Carey and we wish him the best. However, we now are $1500 in the hole, and close to $500 for an emergency pulmonologist appointment and new meds. I have spent a week on new corticosteroids and medications to try to manage the attack I had from the AC being off and the burning smell/smoke. I asked if the owner could compensate my medical bills this week to help us out and he basically again said he didn���t care and he wasn���t a doctor. He continued to attack us for having cats. All the time while we were talking to the owner, he was huffing and puffing, spinning around in circles and saying that we were being combative. Every time we tried to talk he would say that he refused to listen because we were being combative. Though I was holding my baby, standing still, trying to have a logical conversation with him and my husband was doing the same. He kept saying how he was a man of his word and how helpful he was, but when we tried to ask him for help, he deflected the issue at hand and tried to attack us personally. I told him I would be contacting our lawyer and since I was so shocked, I said the wrong word, and he laughed at me again. My husband noted how he must have a problem with women because he was single handily staring at me and trying to belittle me the entire time. So the end result that we received from this company was NOTHING, but my medical problems and my family���s suffering. We missed about three days of work and it will take me a while for my health to recover. On top of that, our ORIGINAL PROBLEM which was the attic air (fiber glass) leaching into our house was NOT fixed. My husband, four year old and I still smell it very strongly. The owner was such a bully that we have a video of him mocking us ��� again huffing, puffing and spinning in circles saying ���I have never had customers like you.��� In this video he says he will pay any AC company who comes out and says they can smell attic air. So that is precisely what we are doing, we are hiring a new company and getting our lawyer involved for the suffering. Since he said he is a ���man of his word��� over and over, I will be updating my review upon the new AC company and attic air issue. Not sure why he would pay an AC company when he refused to compensate us at ALL. We are social media managers as well as business owners who have worked with hundreds of companies. I have never seen such belligerent bullying from an owner before. We have worked with sticky situations involving very reputable companies and their lawyers; we have never been called combative so many times while trying to have a conversation. All of this is just confusing and sad. The sad part is, and as we were discussing with Carey, all that had to be done was to check the duct work again, maybe say ���I am so sorry we caused suffering,��� maybe discuss helping us pay for our medical bills this week. Maybe go into our attic and see if you missed any holes causing the attic air smell. Instead, we got laughed at, mocked and ridiculed. This is a long post I know, but my husband and I do feel like everything needs to be documented as well as trying to protect anyone in a similar situation. Especially if you have a medical problem mixed with an AC issue ��� do NOT call this company. We will be working on uploading the video we have and I will be reaching out to other customers who have had issues with this company to see their side, get interviews and hopefully making a documentary if there are other people who have suffered due to this owner. We have made videos/companies go viral before and we have no problem doing so again to protect anyone else who will be in this position in the long run. No one should have to suffer medically and then be bullied emotionally; while using deflecting tactics to prove that the job we originally paid for was not at all completed.
    - Sarah S.
  • A
    Keystone Capital Construction Inc
    Keystone Capital is the absolute best construction company you could ever wish for! I'm not kidding! Renovating and building is so stressful when you are still living in the house, (especially when you have pets), but Keystone helped to make our experience a very good one. They showed up everyday around 8 AM and worked ALL DAY! The work they do is TOP QUALITY and beautiful. Our bedroom and bathroom are so beautiful, you never want to leave. In the bedroom, they installed 2 French doors with sidelights, a 24 x 72 inch window above the bed, ceiling fan, recessed lighting, new "central" air conditioning for that side of the house, TV hookups for wall mounted TV's, all new electric, all new plumbing, & I also put the washer/dryer in the bathroom, so no more lugging clothes across the house to wash & then back across the house to put away. Now they go directly into our walk in closet. Our bathroom plumbing included a large Jacuzzi tub, a very oversized shower with 2 rain showerheads, one hand wand and 6 wall jets. The tub has the most beautiful 4 x 4 round window above it. The floor tiling throughout the addition is the porcelain, dark wood-look tile. Just beautiful. We purchased all our tile at Tile & D��cor in Clearwater. With our shower tile, we got a little more creative with our design and below the rain shower heads we used decorator tile to look like waterfalls... and we couldn't be happier with the way Vladimir and his crew installed EVERYTHING! It is all just beautiful. I can't believe it's ours. Keystone Capital (the entire crew), they all work so hard and do such a fantastic job, I just can't say it enough! They are all professional and perfectionists, AND they show up EVERDAY! What more could you ask for??! I've added some pictures of the finished product. I hope this helps. Best Experience with the very best results!!
    - Sandra B.
  • D
    Small Jobs Electric
    great phone service, even called me to get service a day earlier as cancellation put a serviceman in my area. The electrician seemed quite inexperienced and didn't want to install the fan as it was, in his opinion, too heavy. We told him weight, 35lb and showed him the manufacturers specs and installation instructions. He still said he didn't want to do it, now because the ceiling was concrete and the vibration would make it loose and fall out, so unsafe. We showed him where there had been a previous electrical product in the ceiling , he still did not want to do it. There is a ceiling fan in the bedroom that has been in place and operating for at least 20 years. We were so frustrated we said just do the outlet. He inspected the rest of the outlets and said the kitchen needed a gfi so we had him do that too. He then charged $128 PER outlet, which is on the high end. All in all, very unsatisfied with the service we received from this young man.
    - linda r.
  • A
    AAA BEACON ELECTRIC INC
    I called Duke Energy and explained the problem. They came out and said it was something on their end. They also commented that "You have a very good electrician." Often electricians would go out on these service calls knowing that this is more than likely the power companies problem. And of course charge for the service call. I chose AAA Beacon because I had my breaker box replaced and wiring done a few years ago by them. Blake and crew were timely, honest, professional and courtesy. He took the time to explain everything and answer all my questions.
    - Charles G.
  • A
    Keystone Capital Construction Inc
    The owner was on site every day and the job ran very swiftly and smoothly. Everything was done in the time frame that it was contracted to be done. He assisted with choosing cabinetry and all other interior items; flooring, hardware, etc.
    - Jean C.
  • A
    Bolt Electric
    Everything went well.  He communicated the issues with us and gave us options for repair vs. replacement.  He was friendly and knowledgeable, worked quickly, and cleaned up after himself when finished.
    - Jeanne B.
  • C
    Ziggy's Perfect Home Solutions Inc
    Contacted provider on 5/16/2015 upon purchasing the deal.
    I suggested dates to schedule service: 6/15/2015, or 6/22/2015 or 6/24/2015. Communication was not a highlight in this deal. Ziggy contacted me and was very personable. The provider's employee arrived on July 14 to begin work. On the phone the provider indicated that the job would be quick.  The provider was aware that the home only had one bathroom. This created a major inconvenience if work was not completed in a timely fashion.
    The work was sporadic as the provider has many projects going on at once.It was finished on July 31st.  On several occasions the work crew did not arrive and did not contact me to advise me they would not be arriving. Excuses: lost driver license and had to go to DMV, friend in a car accident so much go and help, it is raining cannot work on project, and no excuse. In the meantime I was without use of a shower/bath in my 1 bedroom home.
    The provider provided samples of the tile for shower and cabinet. He purchased lighting, toilet and tub independently.
    The provider did not provide samples of the granite top. It was pre-cut and arrived on July 31st ready to install. The counter had three holes and therefore did not fit the one-piece faucet already selected. A different 3 piece faucet had to be installed. At this point, although the granite color was not to my liking, I realized that I will just have to live with it because I needed to have the use of the bathroom back immediately.
    I suggest that you get a start and finish date written into a private agreement beforehand. When I complained of the delay in the work, Ziggy stated that he is busy and working on million dollar homes. My home is 900 sq ft, 2/1/1 built in 1950's, definitely a simple home, not a luxury home.
    The crew that painted the bathroom did a very poor job, it looks as if a child painted the walls, not a professional. I was charged an extra $600 because Ziggy stated that my choice of tile required extra skill in installing. Ziggy asked to be paid before his crew finished the job. I did not appreciate his requesting payment when the job was not complete.
    I will now have to pay someone to paint the bathroom.

    Update: The light and tub screws are already rusted 11/27/15.
    - Lucy L.
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