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Electrician reviews in Oxford

  • D
    Mister Sparky Ocala
    A list of the items to be addressed were enumerated with the scheduler over the phone. A $19 trip charge was non-refundable. The tech would assess my needs and provide an estimate on site. Any service that I elected to go forward with would be started the same day or scheduled depending on the complexity of the job. If the latter applied, an additional $19 trip charge would apply on subsequent visits. When the electrician arrived, I showed him the schematic sheet and installation manual to my ceiling fan and the unopened universal 3 speed wall mount ceiling fan control with built in dimmer (and transmitter) that I purchased from the home improvement store. I explained that the transmitter in the ceiling fan had 6 speeds and asked if would work. The Electrician opened the packaging examined the device and looked at my ceiling fan installation manuals. He said that he could do it and just have operate on a slow, medium, fast speed ( i would lose 2 speeds). He then examined my light fixture. I explained that there was a liberal amount of cord stuff under the light mount cap to drop the ceiling fan lower. He said this was doable. I reviewed my objective of switching out the existing static light at the front door with a motion sensor light. He said he would provide an estimate. Lastly we examined the unopened Outlets with USB charge fixtures purchased from the home improvement store. I explained that the existing power outlets operated on a half switch system and that my objective was to continue to operate the connected lamps from the wall switch while the lower portion of the outlet remained on all of the time (ergo a half switch). He said it was doable. The estimate was presented for 3 out out 4 of my job requests. It did not include the sensor light at the front door. The estimate did include parts and installation of a home surge protector. I elected to move forward with the lowering of the fixture, installation of the ceiling fan wall control, and the installation of the USB outlets. The electrician spent most of his time working on the ceiling fan. He could not do the job because he realized that the 3 speed wall control was incompatible with Ceiling fan. He then moved onto lowering the light fixture. To do this he completely dismantled the wiring, removed the fixture and rehung it. I could not understand this process since the extra wiring was coiled under the plate for the purpose of pulling it down as needed. Ultimately the objective was met. My light fixture was lowered. The Electrician realized after removing the existing outlets that the usb outlets were not designed to function on a half switch system. At the end of the service call I received a bill to install a ceiling fan in the amount of $127. I questioned this since this service was not performed. The Electrician explained that he did not have a service (code) to lower a light fixture.
    - jeannine s.
  • A
    Lenhart Electric Co
    I had to move a television cable line in my attic and into my office.  They did that.  That was about almost 2.5 months ago.  They charged me about $211. I would give them an A as they were really good.  I don't know how to rate pricing. They were very good. It took about 1.5 hours.  There were two people who came out.  They were more than professional.
    - Paul L.
  • A
    JOHNSON ELECTRICAL CONTRNG
    He was on time, and what first appeared to be a quick job turned out to be a bit more complicated. He explained everything as he did the work, and completed the work quickly and efficiently. We asked him to add the outlets on the lanai, and he pointed out that the existing outlets were not outdoor outlets. He replaced those with substantial looking outdoor outlets with sturdy covers.
    - Dianne G.
  • A
    A-1 Handyman Services
         it went very well. 
         I hired Apollo and his assistant to install 4 lighted ceiling fans.  They were punctual and did good work at a reasonable price, and did it faster than I expected.  I recommend them
     to others.


    - Scott B.
  • C
    A National Electric Service Inc
    They called to cancel. The electrician had a personal problem and could not do b the work. They offered no other option or a reschedule.
    - Dianne G.
  • A
    Custom Home Upgrades LLC
    Very very professional.
    - Andrew R.
  • C
    Lenhart Electric Co
    unknown
    - Dianne G.
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