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Recent Ceiling Fan Installation Reviews in Harwood

  • A
    Grace Electric
    Grace and Devlin are very personable, very professional and very knowledgeable. At no time did I get the "What you should do" line that I have gotten from so many contractors. After getting several estimates I can honestly say Grace Electric is more than fair with their prices. They were here everytime on time except once when I got a text saying when they would be late. They kept things clean and very pleasant. Will I hire them again, YES!
    - Lina H.
  • A
    Grace Electric
    Grace Electric quickly responded to our request for a quote. She evaluated the work and suggested additional remodel enhancements. Once contracted her team neatly and quickly did the work.
    - kent a.
  • A
    Grace Electric
    Very responsive, professional and courteous staff all the way through. Only negative was that the price seemed a bit high for the amount of work done. However, I do understand that we live just outside of town so a big part of the cost was the travel expense itself - if I had known, I would have found some more projects for him to do while he was here. To give him credit, it took so little time to complete the work that the electrician asked if I had anything else that needed to be done (in order to maximize his time at the house) so I had him check our bathroom fans to see if they were working properly (it's all I could think of after living in the house for 2 weeks at the time, ha!) That said, I was very impressed with the service provided and I am actually hiring them again to come do the electrical work on an upcoming remodeling project we are doing.  
    - Shanna F.
  • A
    Fix-it With Flannery Handyman Services
    Terry is meticulous, clean , efficient and has the ability to think outside the box.  He communicates well and does a great job!
    - Ole R.
  • A
    Studs To Rugs
    In the Fargo area we've had bad luck with contractors and remodeling companies because they either: 1. Don't want your business 2. Are unresponsive to your calls or don't call back. 3. Do a crappy job. Studs to rugs is the anomaly here as they: 1. Do an excellent job. 2. Are very responsive and friendly. 3. Do excellent work. They are a little higher priced than I'd like but it's well warranted. I would recommend Studs to Rugs to anyone that is looking to have a quality home remodel project completed. In my living room you wouldn't even know that it's been worked on since they made everything match up so well - they told me right away the goal was to make my wall look like it has never been worked on and they delivered! Good work S2R!!
    - Tom B.
  • A
    CHARLIE & SONS ELECTRIC INC
    The experience was very good. They were ancient fans and he told me that there was no need to buy a new fan if they could get the old ones to work. He got one of them working and saved some money for me. He came in and he did his job. I work out of my home and he would come and see me if he had a question. He has been here before and he remembered the house. He tried to save us some money on us having to buy a new bathroom fan. One fan went out afterwards and he came back the next day and brought a fan with him. I paid for the fan and they didn’t charge anything for the extra labor for that. He just threw that in and I thought that was reasonable and fair. He just did a really good job for me and I got what I wanted. I thought he would have to put a whole new circuit into my computer but he just did a whole re-route of the circuit and everything worked fine after that. He saved me the cost of running a line up to my new printer.
    - Brad L.
  • D
    Grace Electric
    Had pretty basic work done but most was not good quality. Couldn't even cut the hole the right size for a light so now I have to cover up. Told electrician to put fan switch on a wall and he buried it behind shelf. Also didn't want or know how to install the remote. In feeding wires cut a much larger hole into wall than needed. When I asked to come back and fix some things said it was time and money for them. Apparently dont care about the customers time and money.
    - jesse b.
  • F
    HANDY GUY SERVICES
    BEWARE.   This guy is a con artist with serious staffing issues. Guy bid the job but did not do any of the work.   Unfortunately, he did not share the job overview or any details of it with his crew manager, "Jake," who came in blind and frequently complained about Guy's utter lack of communication. First, our brand new $395 steel front door, purchased locally, was installed improperly and had to be adjusted five times before it actually closed.   It still hangs crooked, the interior latch is cockeyed, you can see daylight around the edges, and there's a significant gap between it and the exterior siding.   The whole thing needs to be caulked (at a minimum.)   Guy told me all doors do that.   When the  garage access door was installed, the handle and lock assembly was put on backwards and is missing one of the two inside screws. When the bathroom exhaust fan was installed, the ceiling hole was overcut by several inches and then "patched" with a wadded up plastic bag.   And nothing else. The exterior painting caused the most problems.   The bid was for full prep, including scraping, power washing, and priming the house as needed, as well as high quality primer and paint.   We'd already gotten really expensive paint and asked Guy several times to remove that from the bid.   Crew Manager Jake told me the entire house needed to be primed but, in order to cut corners, Guy instructed his crew to scrape and spot prime minimally.   At the same time, Guy supplied a tiny rinky-d*** power washer that hadn't been started in a year and, according to Jake, was woefully inadequate for the job -- so the crew used ours. Guy's crew power washed the house and then immediately sprayed on the exterior paint instead of waiting at least 24 hours for the composite board-and-batten siding to dry.   As a result, apart from the paint job being generally uneven, the paint started peeling days later and the entire job needs to be redone.   Guy said all houses do this. The top-of-the-line trim paint, included in the bid, never materialized and my husband had to go buy some at Scheels on 13th Ave on his lunch hour.   On the heel of all these headaches, my husband was pleased to learn from Guy that a "master trim painter" would be doing the finishing touches on the exterior.   When the Master showed up, he was a 20 year old kid with no experience who'd just blown into town from Rockford, IL and responded to Guy's employment listing on Craigslist.   The Master missed a lot of spots and completely painted all our windows shut.   You can imagine this caused problems requiring box cutters and a ladder.   (At the end of the day, the Master realized he'd locked his keys in the car, so he did what any other intelligent man would do.   He broke the car window and drove away, never to return.) Guy sent Jake out to do other people's jobs simultaneously while working on our house, so he was often hours late or left mid-day without notice.   Maybe this is standard practice.   One day Jake came back and asked me if he could take some of our materials from the garage because he ran out on another job and Guy wouldn't return his calls.   I don't think this is standard practice. Meanwhile, my husband was uncomfortable coming home to a wide open garage and no one here.   Worse yet were the unsupervised new guys sitting on the front steps, waiting for Guy to pick them up, while smoking and throwing their cigarette butts all over our yard.   That's not acceptable in our neighborhood.   Or any other neighborhood.   In spite of all the problems we had with the revolving-door crew (Jake quit) and the questionable workmanship, Guy was very eager to get paid.   Right NOW.   I'd given him $3,000 before starting the job and he expected another $2,900 on completion.   When we did a walk around of the house and I told him he'd screwed up the exterior of my house, his response was, "If you'd paid me two days ago before the paint started peeling, we wouldn't be having this conversation."   No kidding.   I was floored. Our final exchange ended poorly, with Guy becoming frighteningly aggressive in my living room (in front of a witness) and me telling him numerous times to please leave my property and not come back.   Instead of being disillusioned with Angie's List, I decided to post this review.   I've waited a couple months because I needed to calm down and put everything into perspective.   Now it sounds almost funny.   I see that Guy rebuts all negative Angie's List reviews with ridiculous rhetoric, excuses and finger-pointing.   As I said before, BEWARE.   This man over promises, under delivers, treats his employees poorly and, in my opinion, is as unethical as the day is long.   Don't make the same mistake I did. UPDATE: As expected, Guys response was ridiculous.   I used the name "Jake" because I didn't care to identify the gentleman that subsequently severed his relationship with Guy.   Yes, I was in Montana the last week of the job (as I told Guy I'd be before we contracted) but my husband was home the entire time.   (So were my neighbors, and they were taking notes!) Nobody SCRAPED the house after painting.   Rather, the paint bubbled up on the wet siding and peeled off in strips with nothing but my fingers.   We did no work on the door.   In fact, I'm now trying several types of weather stripping and haven't found one that's substantial enough to fill the gap. As long as Guy is accusing me of being dishonest and not a quality human being, I'd like to point out that over $1200 of equipment was stolen from our garage during the time Guy's crew had access, including tools, an air compressor and a very expensive multi-extension ladder -- things specifically used by handymen and not generally targeted by wandering teenage vandals.   Granted, I didn't see the stuff walk out the door....but the stolen items had been securely stowed in the locked garage and not easily accessible.   It makes us wonder.
    - Kristin H.
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