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Electrician reviews in Boulder City

  • A
    First, we were thrilled that Desert Home was able to do the estimate over the phone. Carlos was extremely professional. Work was done neatly, quickly, and properly. The two areas were cleaned so well you would never know anyone was here. We are extremely pleased and will definitely be calling again.
    - Pamela W.
  • F
    Scot is unreliable and should be avoided. He blew off an appointment made a week in advance and did not have the courtesy of a phone call, email, or text for 2 days. Ignored our phone calls after the no show. When we did finall reach him and rescheduled 4 days after the first appointment, he was a no show again. He has no respect for his customer's time.
    - Emmet S.
  • F
    When I first called Dave and spoke to him on the phone, he seemed polite and positive. We talked about the repairs I needed. He wouldn't make a firm appointment but said he would try to come around last Saturday if ha had a cancellation. Saturday came and went and I heard nothing so I called and left a message on Monday. No response. Left a text later and no response. Finally called someone else and they came out right away. Texted to inform him that I hired someone else and his reply was rude and flippant. I strive to be polite, professional and clear in all of my communications and I expect others to do the same. I am glad this individual never came to my house.
    - JP R.
  • B
    CELESTIAL SOLAR pool heating, Inc.
    We were impressed with the sales presentation and decided to go ahead when we were told that we could have the system installed the next day - one day install. 6 panels were to be installed on the SUNNY end of the house but there was confusion with the installer and panels needed to be moved from the shade necessitating hole patching in the roof and questions about piping length and pump strength. Lack of Communication has been a real issue for me with this company - I am told they are really trying to improve on that - I hope that is the case. When all is said and done we are very happy with the system and the pool water temperature has raised nicely, wish we would of saved ourselves the hassle and expense of solar blankets and done this years ago. The system is low maintenance and the panels make no noise in the wind.
    - Trish D.
  • A
    Cordan LLC - Cordan Electric
    The electrician was on time and went to work right away with the list of things my husband had identified.  Many of the electric light wall switches were faulty and he either fixed or replaced those switches.

    He also installed five new outdoor lights around the house.  Where he could, he ran the wires within the wall.  In one instance he could not run the wire in the wall so he ran it in conduit on the outside.  He did a very professional job placing the outside conduit in a smooth clean line. 

    Overall, John did an excellent job and we would definitely use Cordan Electric again for any future work.
    - Patty B.
  • D
    Jet Development

    There was no coordination between the company and the ongoing work. I felt as though I was the Superintendent during this whole project. Upon my initial displeasure with the work being done,  I spoke to the salesman (Jim) and he had been the only glimmer of hope that this would have a positive outcome. After our initial contact, I was told to deal with Alfredo (then later Jimmy). Alfredo's review of the sloppy initial work done was right on the money. He stated that they would tear out all the work that had been done and START OVER. At this point the entire project  had been a TRAIN WRECK with poor workmanship and no company coordination to resolve my concerns of the workmanship being performed, and when I had questions about when the city would inspect their work, a worker here on site was in disbelief that I even asked the question. He was "gravely" concerned about this inspection, but was honest enough to point out several things that he himself performed that would NOT pass inspection. After my initial disbelief at his statement, we (I) called it a day. The next morning I headed straight to the Boulder City NV offices to check for the permit number(s) and schedule inspections on the work done thus far before we go any further. Surprise- Surprise! There were NO permits issued and no inspections due. At this point I did the best thing I could. I insisted the company get incremental inspections done as the work progressed.

    There have been days when work started at 0630 and has not completed until nearly 2100 (9pm) with me being present each and every minute of every day, so I started to keep detailed files on all the vehicles showing up and departing during the period of time they were engaged in this effort. I also have a multitude of conversations that I recorded in a text format (as well as over 50 pictures) to keep track of all the miscues/mistakes and sloppy work done here as well as the personnel that have worked (or better stated, attempted to work) in my home. There were countless times that communication breakdowns caused re-work as well as safety issues for the workers, the dwelling itself,  as well my own safety. On another note (that is meant to be positive) most of the employees have been very hard workers but their tooling, preparation (several times I had to loan them hand tools, power tools and ladders)  and use of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) is EXTREMELY poor which put many of the workers at risk of injury or death. Then there was the HUGE communication problem with a many of the workers not being able to speak (even acceptable) English and this has been another of the many obstacles I faced while working with this company and their workers.

    Which brings me to a very serious point of contention. I issued them a check on July 8, 2014 to fund 50% of the work to be done. The work was not completed until over NINETY days later. YES THAT IS NINER-ZERO PLUS DAYS!

    I will not and would not ever suggest that anyone utilize this company to do any type of work for them no matter how small the project may be. I have never been so resolute as to bring light to these types of companies. Don't just read on-line reviews of companies! You work hard for your money, and should ensure the personnel you hire work at the same level of professionalism as you would. In my thirty plus years serving this fine country we live in, living in several states, I have never seen this type of poor workmanship, leadership or lackadaisical attitude that this company and its leadership employs day in and day out.

    - David K.
  • F
    Energy Efficient Contracting
    My house was built in '72 (42yrs old) and I don't believe the owners before me ever updated the blown in attac insulation or the duct work, so when I got several calls from different companies promoting energy savings reviews at no obligation, I thought it might be worth while to find out what I could do to improve my home's efficiency. I made an apptmnt for a rep to come to the house 6/3/14  for what I thought would be an"energy audit" and estimates.
    This Co is actually based in Tempe AZ.They are working Las Vegas now. They seem to be using rebates and Fed. tax credits as a selling point for their products & labor, or what they call  "packages",  at excessive prices.  I don't believe an average homeowner engaging a service independently, would be quoted final prices like these.
    A friendly sales rep came to the house and looked in the attic, and looked at my water heater.  She asked to get the average of my utility bills (she listed the wrong utility co. I realized later) .  She  whipped out several worksheets, . She showed me several formula calculations-plugging in numbers and subtracting numbers- , and made calls  to the office in the middle of compiling an invoice of what "packages" i.e. jobs or materials,  I would benefit the most on energy savings. She was adding and subtracting columns of  numbers faster than I could follow.  I realized later, she gave A LOT of vague and inaccurate information and very few, if any, facts.
    She subtracted  $500 for referrals & letting them put their sign in the yard -- which they never did.  After 3+hrs she  left.   I started to get this uncomfortable feeling .  She was selling the tax credits and rebates rather than  any of the products, because she would list a very large figure and then subtract the value of a rebate or credit that I could qualify for (or the signs), so  the bottom line seemed much smaller --a good deal and "should pay for itself in utility savings over 3-8 yrs" depending on the items.  She had  a 2013 Form for Fed tax credits on energy efficiency upgrades, but she couldn't actually show the lines that would apply to my attic insulation  purchases. She said they were going to be on the 2014 form.  They offered to finance the projects too, and ran a credit check on the spot from their office (yes, like I was at a car dealership). I did not Finance, but I guess that is another way they can make more money.
    The workers were scheduled to came next morning at 6am, came at  7:30am  ( unidentified vehicles)
    With staple guns, they lined the attic roof with rolls of heat barrier metallic material as promised.They were done by 9am.  I still don't know what the going cost would be for that job -material+labor.
     The attic insulation and an attic fan install was scheduled a couple days later, but they called and re-scheduled it for another day or 2 later.
    In the mean time I was getting worried that I had no information about or Brand names for any of these products, including the attic fan I had agreed on installing. ( She had described it as a turbine fan, which, on second thought, didn't make sense to me  )   I kept trying to call the phone # on their brochure  and only got a voice mail box.  Then I spotted a tiny LOCAL phone number on the bottom of their website and got a live person on the line. I asked about the fan that the salesperson had said was a turbine,  He explained it was not a turbine at all, but a solar powered fan (which, of course, gives potential Fed tax credits or utility rebates).  I got a brand name from him and having researched that fan and similar ones on-line (retailing $450 tops), I told him I wanted to cancel the Fan+install  for $2000, & that dropped my "Core Energy Efficiency Package" from  $8,460 down to the $6460  (although now I'm not sure I will qualify for any tax credit or utility rebate).
    According to their brochure, after the completion of my "Core Energy Package",  they are supposed to send "an independent team of certified professionals" to my home to "preform  a whole home energy inspection" and provide me with a "Home Efficiency Report detailing [my] home's energy performance." I called their brochure # and was told to call "my" sales rep to set that up. I have left her 3 voice messeges .One in late June and 2 in July. Have not heard back.   
    To confirm my suspicions I have checked into rough costs since.
    My total was $6460.
    Average Cost 2014 to insulate an 1800 Sqft attic re:   homewyse .com  would be about
     -- -Duct work about $400 -$600 - -  Subtotal now of $3200.   Not sure what a going average in my area would be for the
    metallic heat barrier, but I doubt it costs anywhere near $3260.  I do not know for sure if I will qualify for any tax rebate or local energy rebate program to recoup any of that total.  This company (or their sales rep) is pricing high to start, and front loading the rebates and  tax credits, on top of that, into their cost estimates.  The sales person  presents the figures, and in some cases, they reduce the price to you, and then collect the
    rebate, themselves or explain you'll get back the Federal Tax credit  on your up coming tax return, so you can deduct that amount (approx $2000)   off your total though you still pay it to them first. 
     In hindsight - its the same as raising the prices, before putting something on Sale
     I have no complaints with the actual work-installation. I don't, however, know how good the products are (insulation, heat barrier) or what brands they are.  My main objection was to the method of selling ( lack of a clear concise estimate with product info) and that they overcharged-regardless of rebates or credits.  Better to get those 3 estimates --in all situations & don't forget the 3 day allowance to cancel a purchase contract.
    - Marion H.
  • A
    Fantastic service and response time. I contacted Dave via text message, he immediately followed up with a return text and phone call. I was pretty sure we had a bad GFI outlet in garage, as it kept tripping and was a real nuisance with our 2nd refrigerator and freezer powering off constantly. I told Dave we also had what appeared to be a bad outlet on our BBQ island, and one additional outlet needing testing as it was attached to our landscape lighting (which we'd been having problems with on/off cycling). Dave told me the outlets would be $45 labor each to replace, and made arrangements to come out the following day. He arrived promptly as promised and set right to work. He replaced the garage outlet and called me out to have a look and run through the test; everything was working and his work was neat and orderly. Next he went to our BBQ island, and after a few minutes informed me the outlet was just fine. That apparently it had become and quot;disconnectedand quot; at the interior location, behind the built-in doors, and he had simply reconnected it to get it working. No charge he said; needless to say, I was very impressed with his honesty! The third outlet had a similar outcome. Dave tested it both inside and outside the house, and called me over to show me on the handheld meter. The outlet was fine he said. He asked for a piece of tape, and used it to cover and test the light sensor, which he suspected as the actual problem. Dave was right, and said if he had known I needed that replaced, he would have brought one out with him. I told him our lighting contractor would handle it, and thanked him again for his honesty and thoroughness. I will definitely use Dave again for any electrical issues arising!!
    - TRACEY C.
  • A
    Mark Naylor Solar Specialists
    I found them on Angie's List and they are beginning to install it now. The first impression of the company is excellent. They are very honest, forthright and knowledgeable. We liked his product and signed a contract. We liked him the best of the people we interviewed.
    - Bob H.
  • A
    American Pride Handyman
    The first time Duane Martin came to my home to estimate the cost, I knew.  This is s company I can trust.  Being a senior, sometimes we aren't heard.  He listened.  We agreed I would pick up the supplies and call him when ready.  He arrived and went to work with more tools than I've ever seen.   Many adjustments were necessary due to past services not being done correctly, causing him to work many more hours than he estimated. He was more interested in doing a good job than money.  The laminates look beautiful and the fan is whisper quiet.
    - Marilyn C.
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