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  • Tim and Rene were wonderful to work with - very responsive via both email and phone. Kept me updated as to arrival time for both my free estimate and the day the work was performed. Tim completed the work quickly and left everything spotless. Didn’t hesitate to answer any of my questions and explained everything he was doing. Very reasonable pricing as well. Have already recommended Brightfield to my family and friends and will absolutely hire them again the next time I need electrical work done!
    - Karen R.
  • Purchased the 2 hour Angie's List coupon for $110. Andy was very nice and arrived at my home a little after 8am. It was a lot of work for one person and it was a long day. He worked until noon then he went to Home Depot (about 1 mile away) and pulled back in the lot at 12:50. He came up to my unit at 1:15 and returned to work. I am assuming he had lunch and hoped that I would not be charged for this time. Some of the fixtures took him awhile to get just right. He was unable to repair the shower door. The job billed for 9.5 hours, including the hour and fifteen minutes he was gone.
    - JENNIFER D.
  • We purchased the two hours of electrical work for $95.00. The electrician responded through Angie's List right away and told us when he would be available. He was apologetic that he would not be available for several weeks which was fine with us. We scheduled the time and he confirmed when the time came, arrived on time and was efficient and professional. We are very pleased that the work was done by Stockwell. We will use them again.
    - Elise E.
  • The job took about a day and a half.  Jeff and Pat arrived early the first day and worked the entire day.  Jeff returned early  the next day to finish up the job.  They both did an excellent job, working hard the entire time they were here.  I highly recommend Standby Electrical Systems, and would definitely use them in the future.  


    - Dolores M W.
  • They guy struggled. I know he was having some health issues so I'm going to have to get the work done again. I had him do some other stuff but he was not able to lift his arms so he brought an associate along who wasn't trained to do what he was doing. I spend a couple hundred more than the deal amount and they took a couple of months to come out. They installed some electrical outlets along my kitchen and dimmers; which was fine. I had a ceiling fan that I needed them to install in another bathroom and he said he would do the work but not without a helper because he had an injury. So he brought an assistant along to do the work but it didn't get done right. The fan seems like its dragging and overheating. I don't know if it wasn't installed properly.
    - Anthony C.
  • After joining Angie's List I did contact a plumber and a landscape company from your list...none of the landscape companies every returned my email. The plumber did and I was so thrilled with his work. only to find out that he doesn't belong to Angie's list, but is there because his customer's have put him there. I had no problem with this, I was more than overjoyed with his work and with him. So, I get these emails from Angie's List that list services that are available at discount prices or have coupons. One of them was to hire a handyman for 2 hours for $89. I contacted them and received 3 or 4 different responses for the handyman services, each a different person. I was concerned that I was going to have different contractors show up, but thru an email from them they assured me they were all the same. Why several people within a company would respond and not just one kind of sent up a red flag, but I thought Angie's List...it will be okay. During a follow up call from the contractor I explained what I needed done. I was then told that if they went over the 2 hours I would be charge $45/hour and that I had to supply all tools & materials to complete the jobs that I wanted done. I said ok and explained that there was a Menards & Home Depot 5 minutes from the house...they said they would go shopping if I didn't have everything. As I didn't want them to go shopping and it be part of my 2 hours, I did purchase all the materials/supplies they would need. I was then informed they do not have any tools and I would have to supply all of those...WHAT? Your a handyman and you don't have any tools? Okay....but this is Angie's List, so again, I though it would be okay. So two gentlemen came out one elderly and the other young. I explained that I had a picture to be hung over the fireplace, a 12 x 12 inch drywall hole to be patched and a ceiling fan to be installed. The elderly gentleman assured me that I had the right young man for ceiling fan installation. I'm concerned and have an unsettling feeling. I live out in the suburbs and they came from the inner city...I wondered why Angie's List didn't have any handymen in the general area of where I live. I gathered the supplies & tools and they set to work on the picture over the fireplace. As he starts, he just going to make holes...I stopped him and told him how to measure so that it was centered. It took 3 tries to get it centered and even...each time he came and asked me what I thought and each time I told him it was centered & straight. I couldn't believe he thought each one was acceptable to have me approve it. I had just had my house painted so this was a newly painted wall, and I don't want to see the amount of holes behind that picture. The picture is not exactly centered, but good enough that I can live with it. We moved on to patching the drywall....he did do a good job of cutting out the drywall, but he used tape (which he didn't need), but instead of cutting the tape he ripped it and put so much mud on that he never finished the job, 'cause the mud never dried in time. This still is not fixed. So he now moved on to the ceiling fan to be installed. This is where I really got concerned that I needed to get them out of my house: 1. It took (the both of them) 2 hours to read the directions on how to install the ceiling fan. 2. He didn't know which wires to attach together, so the older gentleman tried to help him by reading the instructions with him and trying to decipher the electrical part. Now I'm scared. 3. He was going to attach the wires within the extension rod for the fan with just caps. (I was concerned of the possibility of a electrical fire occurring -- my husband is an electrical engineer) They didn't know how to install the remote control apparatus because I didn't have a string hanging down from the fan. I showed him that the fan speed and lights were controlled by a switch on the wall....it was like he never saw that and exclaimed...Miss Kathie, you got it in the wall? I had enough and I politely told them that I would have my husband do it and that I didn't want them to proceed any further. So, 4 hours later all they got done was hang a picture and put some drywall up. They did not charge me for the extra 2 hours because the older gentleman said that they read instructions for that long. Upon their leaving I find out that the elderly gentleman (who just sat in my kitchen most of the time -- other than helping the younger man read the fan instructions) is not the owner of the business, but in fact the father. His son had gotten a job and the father said he would run the business for him on the side. I thought I was hiring a "handyman" for various work only to find out that the name of the company was Handyman, but when he handed me a business card, it said Superman.... I was so happy when they left and felt like I ended up right where I started only worse. I thought it odd that Angie's list never did follow up with me as to how satisfied I was with the work. So, at that point I decided that maybe Angie's List is not all it's suppose to be.
    - Kathie K.
  • I have spoken with them several times by email and they confirmed a date and time to show up.  My tenant stayed home from work and I left my job to meet them over there.  They have not responded to any emails from that point forward, and I have requested a refund.
    - Jim A.
  • I used a Big Deal for the work. The deal was $349 for an electrician for a day (8 hours). I am very happy with the work that was done. The electrician was very professional and nice. He was on time ready to work. I explained to him what we wanted done and he made a few suggestions that were very helpful. I had two ceiling fans installed in rooms that did not have overhead lighting prior. To do this, he had to work in the attic which was unbearably hot but he didn't once complain.
    - Jennifer M.
  • I'm in the process of having my home painted and the painters are using scaffolding in the great room to paint the walls.  I've wanted to replace the ceiling fan in the room for quite some time and the painters offered to let an electrician use the scaffolding if I wanted to have it replaced.  I called David Wednesday morning and he was at my house within about two hours.  He and Mike got the fan up and running in about an hour.  They were prompt and did great work.  Thanks for the quick response!
    - Michael G.
  • I had wanted a bathroom fan installed in our bedroom and a heat lamp in our master bath installed above the shower.  I had ordered the fan and heat lamp online.  Joe came to our home and he was extremely courteous and helpful.  He installed the new bathroom fan without a problem.  He let me know it was a good thing that I had done it because it had rusted and would not have lasted much longer.  When he went to install the heater to go above the shower, he read the manual for the heater first.  He let me know BEFORE he cut the ceiling that it would be a safety hazard to install it because my ceiling was not high enough!!!  He let me know there would be a risk of electrocution with the heat lamp so low.  I truly appreciate him taking the time to confirm the manufacturers recommendations and to do this BEFORE having cut the ceiling!  So there was no damage to repair.  He then installed some smoke detectors for me too. Overall, I was very pleased with Joe & Sound Construction!!!  I have already scheduled for him to install a ceiling fan for my mom's house!
    - Sabine R.
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