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  • F
    von Bargen Construction
    He said he was licensed General Contactor, insured and bonded. I told them about what happened with other contractor up front. That we are disabled and I have brain damage. That we do not make money. What we have from the sell of our home is all the money we have to build with. I wish I had not been open with them now. I feel as they seen us as easy targets to scam knowing we can not afford to sue the first contractor and finish part of home improvement. He dropped what they was doing to come get our money. I have the phone call of him telling us he guarantee the money for deposit was only for our materials. And tell us how he would not do anyone wrong. We gave our consent to record our calls. Listening to it now it was all untrue. We told them we only had $20,000 to do job. He said he could build garage for that price. We said we had one more contractor on his way. He said if we did not give him $5,000 now the price and place in line would change if he left. We signed contract and Paid $5,000 in cash on 10/17/2018. On 10/26/2018 I told contractor we couldn't afford to get permit in our name. He said to just build without a permit. I keep telling him I want it to be inspected and legal in case we had to sell later and we could not afford a new building permit in my name. Him and his wife keep telling us that where we live just to build it without proper authorization. I said our last home we sold we had problems with addition not permitted. They keep saying realtor have ways around that. After many talks on 11/12/2018 I texted and asked if he was starting tomorrow. He asked if I got permit. I said no. He said he needed more money for him to get fill, permit and plans over $2,500 upfront. We said we told you we only have $20,000 and already payed you $5,000 of that money. He said he will work on new price with cutting back on finishing garage. I said no. On 11/13/2018 we asked for money back. He said he spent on other things. He said he will pay us the $5,000 back as soon as he can. He would pay us back hopefully with in a year. I said thats not good for me and asked if I should talk to attorney. He got mad said I was threatening him. And them they started saying that the deposit is mostly not refundable in most cases. Then he did promise to pay us in full just how and when ever he can. Said he had $500 to pay but he did not. No work proformed and no materials.
    - Rodney S.
  • A
    Amped Electrical Inc
    The team of two were punctual, professional, courteous, and efficient. They seemed to work well together and displayed a pleasant demeanir while working onsite. The original estimate of both arrival time and time to complete installation were accurate. The team consulted and advised of positive alternatives for a tricky location of one of the fixtures. I made the final decision and they carried through with installation as discussed. The team took care to keep floor covered and did a thorough clean up after completing installation. I'm very happy with the job and have already shared my experience with my family. The cost was moderately high but I am pleased with the work and feel it was well worth it. I would certainly use this company again as well as recommendi them to friends and fellow Angue's List members.
    - Anne H.
  • A
    Accelerate Solar
    Once the contract was signed, we provided an initial deposit with two further payments due upon delivery of the equipment and final connection with the power grid. One thing that I can't stress enough is how efficient Accelerate Solar was with getting all of the required permits, registrations, and documents filed with local and state agencies. There is a fair amount of paperwork but the professional correspondence handled by Mr. Verner with the various agencies made the process easy.
    From initial contact to delivery of the equipment and Accelerate Solar starting on the actual construction was three weeks. That could have actually happened faster, but I had to go through the home equity loan processing, which added a week and half while we awaited the financing. Once the equipment was delivered to the house, Accelerate Solar swung into action.

    The professionalism and quality of construction was excellent. Mr. Verner and his team of installers are very conscientious
    and are neat, polite, and do the project to high quality standards. I was really impressed with the safety measures they use during
    construction (building a scaffold to get on our roof and using safety ropes when working on the array). They also assured that the project was done right, going the extra length to reinforce the roof studs just in case we get a freakishly heavy snow storm - they wanted to make sure the structure was strong enough to bear the load.
    The electrical work was beautifully done, with the power cords hidden nicely in a conduit that matched the color of the house. The inverter is a quality piece of equipment that is actually just beautiful to behold. The electricians, roofers, and solar technicians all worked seamlessly together over the course of a week to finish the job. The end result is just beautiful to behold.
    It took a couple of weeks for the power company and certification to occur with the local and state utility, but Mr. Verner was on top of things and kept me advised throughout. The array officially went on line on December 1st - and we've been generating power ever since.
    Mr. Verner calculated our energy production estimates using software based on our roof pitch, orientation, latitude, and other factors. Since our house is 100% electric, our goal was to reduce as much as possible our power company bill. The power company came out and installed (for free) a new meter that measures the flow of electricity off the array. Basically, our house consumes whatever energy we produce and any excess flows back down the line to the power company and they credit us for that power generation. We did not opt for the complexity of a battery storage system, although Accelerate Solar can do that as well.
    Accelerate Solar provided us with an energy production estimate based on our array configuration and after it was all said and done, and including the tax credits, we figured on a break even time on the project of about 5 years. Then, we learned the power company changed their policy recently, and now allow the owners of home clean energy power generators to actually own the renewable energy credits and sell them. To explain that briefly, the government requires polluting companies to offset some of
    their polluting ways with green energy projects (credits). So a polluting company will purchase green energy credits from clean energy sources. So now I not only generate power which applies to my power bill, the fact that I do so means I get to sell the credits I generate to polluting companies via a state system called NC RETS. With this additional source of revenue, we recalculated our break even point to be somewhere around 2.5 to 3 years. That is an incredible return on investment. After three years, we will be profiting every year for a long, long time.
    The quality of the equipment was an important factor in my going with Accelerate Solar. The Mage (of German manufacture) panels are guaranteed for 30 years, with 90% production capacity guaranteed for 12 years, then 80% after 30 years. The Fronius IG+ inverter is state of the art. The Fronius Data Logger sends realtime information from the array to my computer for instant analysis. It also saves and archives data so I can watch the power generation trends over time. It is interesting to watch the power output of the array go up and down as clouds pass by. I can even access the current and historical power generation data via any internet connection, and there is an app for my iPhone and iPad that will show me realtime generation (Android application is also available).
    Accelerate Solar's point man, Chris Verner, has a great working knowledge of all of the components and he is a perfectionist when it comes to getting the system installed, looking good, and performing great. I have to admit I was very nervous about sinking money into this project, but my expectations have been wildly exceeded with the finished project. I am so proud of the project I am telling all of my neighbors, friends, and family about it because I think, when coupled with the state and federal tax incentives, this is a win-win project. It is such a rewarding feeling to watch the inverter numbers stream in and see the meter sending power back down the power grid to the power company. With electric rates only going up over the coming decades, we estimate our savings over the next three decades to approach $140,000..!
    Overall, I can only give my enthusiastic endorsement to Accelerate Solar and their dedicated team. They have been extremely responsive to my needs, questions, and concerns and they have been nothing but outstanding to work with. We plan on building a garage on our existing home in the future and we will definitely be contacting Accelerate Solar to add additional panels to that structure when the time comes.

    - Christopher F.
  • A
    I was remodeling my downstairs kitchen area and hired EMF to come and install some electrical outlets and run wiring for a new dishwasher and oven. A representative came and gave me an estimate and talked with the project. When he returned he was able to finish all of the work downstairs as well as clean up some wiring issues that I was having at the same time. He was very professional and polite. The quality of the work done was first rate and all in all it only took approximately 5 hours to finish everything, including fixing some additional problems that were discovered along the way. The price was exceedingly reasonable for the time and quality of work performed, and I would certainly recommend using this company again in the future.
    - Matthew A.
  • A
    All Phase Electric & Construction Services, LLC
    Scott was on time and got the equipment back up and running quikly
    - Trey A.
  • A
    HP Electric and Services
    Awesome job! Very professional.
    - Travis h.
  • C
    Carhuff Enterprises
    Provider said he was too far away from where I live to do the job. (25 miles away)
    I used another Provider from Home Advisor instead.
    - Ron T.
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    - Jeffrey V.
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    It went really well. It was a really good deal. He seemed like a good guy.
    - Erik V.
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    Alpha Contracting
    - janelle f.
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