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  • A
    Allgood Plumbing Electric Heating & Cooling
    the representative was awesome. he helped me pick out the unit that was best for the square footage and he even sweetened the deal with a Nest thermostat. I have joined the VIP club and they always come when I need them.
    - Serita S.
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    Plugged In Electrical Services
    This is the second time I have used Plugged In Electrical Services. I cannot say enough good things about them. I purchased a home last year and began renovating it. I hired an electrician to do a whole house rewire. I was happy with the price he quoted me, so I contracted him to do the job. Approximately three weeks into the job he got called away to do another job in another state, as he was Union. He sent another electrician to finish up the job for him, he too got called away. He sent his cousin and a friend of his to finish the job. It was pretty apparent they were not licensed electricians, and they did not do a very good job. They left a lot of things unfinished, such as the AC disconnect, they used regular outlets where GFCI outlets were supposed to be used, and they set the outlet boxes too far into the wall, and had to use wire to shim the outlet in the boxes, making them springy when you plug something into them. Because I had gotten cheap quotes from inferior companies, I felt that Plugged In Electrical Services was too expensive. When I expressed this to Alan he told me that they don't cut corners, and that they do the job right the first time. Having had the issues with the other companies I had contracted with I decided to trust in what he was telling me. The first time I had them install four can lights and a ceiling fan box in an overhang over my deck. They did a great job further instilling my trust in them. We recently had a storm that knocked out a neutral causing the power to keep surging through all of our appliances, and frying the mother boards on most of them. I hired them again to do a whole house inspection, and install a whole house surge protector. Upon completing the inspection, they found many things that the other company had failed to do, such as grounding the house. They came up with a list in order of priority, and worked with me on the price so that I could get as much done that I felt needed to be done. Again, they did a great job. Anyone who thinks they're "too" expensive I would like to remind them that you get what you pay for. Scott A truly satisfied customer
    - Scott W.
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    ElectraMedics Electrical Services
    Great service and quality work.  Explained charges for current work in detail, and provided quote for future work.  Electrician had to leave to get additional parts and did not charge for the additional time.  I was pleased with the work and would use this company in the future.
    - S. Denise T.
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    Light 'em Up Electric
    The service went well.  I originally wanted them to install an attic fan but because of my attic dimensions, they were unable to.  They offered alternative services and I was pleased.
    - Valencia W.
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    ElectraMedics Electrical Services
    I'm very happy with the service I received from Jay Butler and ElectraMedics.  I was given a time frame of 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. and told I would be called when the technician was on his way.  I received a call at 8:00 that Jay would be there in about 45 minutes, and he showed up 45 minutes later.  He was polite, professional, efficient and provided me with options for some work I needed done.  I would definitely use ElectraMedics service again and have already recommended them to friends.  Thank you.
    - Cheryl G.
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    ElectraMedics Electrical Services
    Had a bit of a scheduling issue, but I've used this company several times before with no issues. Chalk this one experience up to a bad day. :)
    - Lisa S.
  • A
    Workers arrived on time and worked efficiently.  Final cost was close to what had been quoted on the phone prior to crew coming to house.  Will definitely contact next time that we have electrical issues.
    - Barbara G.
  • D
    ED's Home Repairs
    The short version is, I contracted Lynne and Ed for a second project, which should have only taken a week, but ended up taking over 2 weeks, which resulted in poor work due to their health issues.  Instead of canceling my contract, they left my house in an disheveled state for over 2 weeks and did subpar work.   If you plan to work with them, do not sign a contract unless you state that they start the job within a certain time period and complete it within a certain time period.  Their projects have a tendency to go over, and if you are on a schedule, you will be out of luck.  
    I previously worked with Ed's home repair to install laminate floors for the same property.  I was not living in the property at the time so was not able to see how Lynne and Ed actually worked together and the job was not a rush.  This time I called Lynne and Ed again, I was very happy with the floors they installed when I first saw them but they had began to buckle in my Master bedroom, so when they came to do the estimate, they said they would fix this issue too. 
    The project started over a week late since they were behind on another project and then they both were sick.  I was in the process of moving in and since they were going to be painting my kitchen and refinishing my cabinets, I held off on unpacking my kitchen items.  Also, I was told the job would take less than a week.  When they didstart, it was only Lynne that started, which was concerning, since Lynne is a very Petite woman.  Ed was still stick and unable to work.  
    I have terrible allergies and on immunosuppresant treatments, so I made plans to be out of town the week they were working.  I have an assistant that was there to answer questions for them and run to the store if any additional supplies or material were needed.  Ed's illness continued to progress and Lynne brought in an assistant, one that I was unfamliar with and that she had to train, which also made me uncomfortable since I had given them a key and alarm code to my home, and I did not know this person they were bringing into my home.  Ed was only able to work a few hours the first week, so at the end of the first week the painting wasn't even complete.  When I returned home the next week, on a Saturday, expecting to see at least on room or project complete, I found my kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom completely taped up and my furniture still pulled away from the walls and covered.  I also found the toilet in my master bathroom removed and sitting in the middle of the bathroom floor, yet there was not evidence that there was any attempt to start the tiling.  I arrived home very late that night, and had not setup my guest bedroom or bath and had to unpack and setup the guest bedroom and bath so I could sleep.  
    Lynne and her helper returned to work on Monday to try to finish the painting, which still wasn't completed on Monday.  At this point, they had been painting 4 rooms for 6 work days.  They are older so cannot work 8 hours a day, so this does have something to do with it, but they usually try to work from 9:30 to 2:30, which should still give them enough time to complete 4 rooms.  My house is only 1600 square feet.  Ed callled me on Tuesday morning and said that he still was sick and would not be able to come in.  At this point, I gave Ed the option to allow somone else to finish up the remainder of the work, as he had been too sick to work for the majority of the contract and the contract started late due to his illness.  Lynne and her helper could finish the painting and the cabinets, and I would get someone else to finish the rest.  Well Ed was at my house 30 minutes later.  He came and tiled around my bathroom tub in less than an hour.  Which I wish he would have taken more time as he broke a couple of tiles cutting them and did not bother to re-cut other tiles, when I had over a box left over.  This move made it necessary for me to continue to work with them, which I'm sure was done on purpose.   In hindsight, I would have not signed a contract with them without a clause that stated that the work must be started within a certain date/time period and completed within date/time period.
    I have to say, the one thing that I am satisfied with is the job Lynne did refinishing my cabinets.  As far as the painting, I have done a better job myself.  There was still a lot of touching up that needs to be done, and lots of paint running over into the ceiling and onto the trim.  The ceiling fan they installed in my bedroom, they did not put the sensor in for the remote, so I would only turn on high when I turned it on.  I found the sensor and the remote in a drawer in my kitchen cabinet.  An odd place to put it since my bedroom is upstairs.  The ceiling fan that was installed in my living room, the sensor was left hanging out.  Ed removed a fluorescent light in my kitchen and installed a fixed track light.  This left two holes in the ceiling.  No one ever asked me if I would like them repaired.  I would have been happy to pay to have these holes patched.  They left early on many days because of Ed's illness.  I'm an understanding person when it comes to illness, but when it gets to a point where it's impacting the quality of work you are doing and inconveniencing your customer, then you should give your customer the option to find someone else to finish the job, especially if you are so sick that you cannot work consistently for at least 3 weeks, when your primary job is doing manual labor.  
    On the day they were supposed to finish up (a Friday), they only had to put the quarter round back in my bathroom and install 2 flood lights and put handles on cabinets, they said they could not finish and would return on Monday.  I paid them and told them to not come back.  I finished most of the work myself.  Also, I was tired of Ed and Lynne constantly arguing with each other while working in my home.  I would not say don't work with them, but I will say you get what you pay for and I wish I would have paid a little more to get someone more reliable and professional.  
    - Toni W.
  • A
    A Frame Home Repair
    I called Bill to see if he would be able to do the items on my list. He came over the next day to give me a quote. We set up a day to have the work done. He did everything I needed done on my list plus a few extra things I threw his way. He was friendly and professional and I will use him again!
    - Barry S.
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    Tornado Appliance Services
    Everything looks great and was done very professionally. Mr. Williams was also able to come on short notice.
    - Jeremy R.
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