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    Raider electric was hired to rewire the house and install network cabling. Being an old house, all electrical outlets on exterior walls were on one circuit. When an air conditioner turned on or when the washing machine began turning, the lights would dim. Raider was asked to adjust the circuits so that each room was on it's own, to add a light to the hallway, a vent in the bathroom, a ceiling fan in the living room and in each bedroom, a 220 outlet to the utility room and a 220 in an out building for future use of a welder. For network cable, we mapped out how many network connections we wanted at given locations in each room. We also wanted to have a ladder added to the utility room so that the attic could be used for storage. We let Raider know that we were in no great hurry to get it all done. As long as he didn't leave us without power overnight, it would be fine if he were done before winter. His initial evaluation was pretty good and he was regularly at the house doing work. He began by adding a light to the hallway and replacing a few electrical outlets. We supplied the ceiling fans, the light for the bathroom and all of the network cable and jacks. The first indication of problems was of the very first network jack he installed. He was given a keystone jack, a blank insert and a wall plate with two openings and was told that for every location in the house, we need wires run equal to the openings on the wall plates, so if a wall plate has six openings, two jacks and four blanks, we need six wires run so that wires don't have to be run again in the future. At the first install location, he did not run the second wire for the blank, claiming that we weren't clear that we wanted all possible wires run. After he had the ceiling fans installed, and a vent installed in the bathroom, he stopped coming to the job site. When asked why, he had taken a wiring job with a local business and needed to get it finished before coming back to the house. After the business was finished, we saw him again for a couple days before he disappeared again. Calls to his business initially were unanswered and after he finally returned our phone calls, he cited medical and family issues. He was back and worked for a couple days and disappeared yet again. When we called him, he said he was waiting for a carpenter contractor to come out to install the access ladder before finishing the rest of the house. Weeks turned into months and ultimately, we didn't see him again until spring, still no ladder installed. He said that he would be returning April 4th and would be finished by April 8th. Of that week, we saw evidence of him being there on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. By Raider's estimation, he is finished. All existing electrical outlets have been installed, four new circuit breakers have been installed, but not labeled and we've yet to fully determine which outlets are on which circuits. No 220 was installed in the laundry room or in the out building. Only half of the requested network jacks have been installed. He installed wires for the network jacks we supplied, but no additional lines for future expansion. We also still have no ladder for attic access. By our estimation, he completed 2-3 weeks of honest work over a span of 8 months and completed only about 70% of the work he was supposed to do. I would never recommend anyone hire Raider but unfortunately, he is the only electrician in town. If he must be hired, I would recommend a tight leash. The contract should have solid start and end dates and detail every single outlet, wire and fixture that needs to be worked on and possibly list penalties for incomplete work and missed deadlines.
    - Charles S.
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    - Lynn P.
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    Late, late, late. Talk, talk, talk (not about the job).
    - John K.
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  • Warmzone

    12637 S 265 W Suite 100
    Draper, UT