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  • Technician showed up on time and was respectful and worked clean while in the home. I was uncertain whether I needed a white or ivory switch and asked the dispatcher to have technician bring one of each. When he arrived stated that dispatcher only provided ivory and what I required was white. He resolved by going out and picking up the appropriate switch.
    - Randy H.
  • By far the worst experience we’ve ever had with any type of service! We had to manage the project with phone calls and meetings every single day. We were told it would be done in 30 days, at 60 days we were laughed at and told it would be done in a week. From start to finish it took 3.5 months! And even when it was “finished” there were touch ups that still needed done, there was no final walk through, and the mess that was left behind was atrocious. We had drywall dust and mud everywhere - including our antique pool table that they used as their table for tools, drinks, trash, and whatever else they felt like piling on. They only put a drop cloth over it after we asked. I would NEVER EVER recommend this company to anyone, not even my worst enemy.
    - Amber C.
  • i paid him up front for the first installment. He was very responsive in getting out to the house for the bid. After i hired him and he received money he hardly ever showed up. Now we are months later and he tells me his business partner stole 9000 dollars i paid him. DO NOT HIRE THIS GUY. He is in major debt. The only thing he completed (with my help) was demo. He lied continually and made excuses and still is to this point. He calls me this am to tell me he is trying to get a 120,000 job so he has money to do some more work on my house that ive already paid HIM FOR! He lost the lock box key and left the house unlocked. lawsuit on its way.
    - david R.
  • I contacted Weekley Electric and Curt Bragg came out and looked over the project. Out of the three companies I interviewed, Weekely gave me the most information and instilled the most confidence. All the old cloth covered knob and tube wiring needed to be replaced in my 100 year-old house and I needed additional outlets and switches. I provided him with schematics
    identifying all the outlets, switches, and lighting fixtures to be updated and within a few days, he sent me an estimate for the work that I thought was quite reasonable. We set a start date and two electricians arrived on the agreed upon day at 7:15 in the morning. I walked them through the house pointing out the old switches/outlets and identified where the new ones were to be located. Around 8:00 am two more electricians arrived and everyone worked all day with just a short lunch break. They were all very professional, respected my furniture and things and worked hard all day. They did have to drill some holes in the walls and ceilings to install new wire, but they made four inch circle cuts and used the cut out to fill the hole where they could. Because the walls are plaster and have a tendency to crumble, it was not always possible to do this and my contractor came in and closed up where needed. The project took about five and one-half days. The guys were very good about cleaning up and
    removing the debris and sweeping up as much of the plaster dust as possible. I still had to mop the floors, but that was not something I expected them to do. At one point there were six electricians and two helpers working in my house. Weekley was very good about informing me when they would arrive and the guys made several suggestions that worked better than what I had requested. When they ran up against something that prohibited putting an outlet where I wanted it (concrete around the fireplace), they explained the situation to me and we agreed on an alternate location. We ran a little over budget, but that was due to changes and additions I made after the estimate. A great big thanks to Jack for making me laugh, to Doug and Roger for crawling around in my attic, and Bobby who was a super onsite working manager. I am certainly enjoying the new light switches and outlets and not worrying about the old wiring any more. I will use this company again and can highly recommend them.
    - Cheryl B.
  • They did an amazing job.  We were impressed from the start when Amber
    came to measure and give estimates for different phases we wanted to have done.
    She had creative and helpful ideas.  She was very patient in working with us to figure
    out what we wanted since we had never been through this process and were a little
    overwhelmed with the decision making process. Work began as scheduled and
    they were always prompt to arrive and very careful with what they did.  They did a
    great job of cleaning up after they were done each day.  We had really nice guys
    (Rodney and Tony) who went above and beyond.  We are extremely pleased with
    the end result and look forward to them coming back next year to remodel our kitchen!
    - Denise S.
  • I sent an email via Angie's list contact page. Was contacted by Sherry Waibel (I think) at first. Mark was out and unable to respond at first - no big deal. Mark called later on and we discussed my needs. We made an appointment and Mark came out to check out what I needed and get information for the estimate.
    Mark was very friendly and knowledgeable. He listened to my needs and took notes and sent a written estimate for all of it. I ended up separating the two jobs I needed done. Mark provided separate estimates and I went with just the bathroom work for now. The estimate was for $700. I asked for the GFI outlet, exhaust fan, and the light moved up and centered over the vanity.
    We scheduled an appointment for 11/12. Mark called a little while before the scheduled time and said they would not be able to make it out. That was no problem and we rescheduled for the following Monday 11/19.
    The electrician arrived a little earlier than scheduled. We did a quick rundown of the tasks at hand (GFI, fan, and move the light up and center over the vanity) and he began working right away. I did have to run to the local (blue, not orange) big box home improvement store to get vent hose for the exhaust fan. I didn't realize they wouldn't have that with them... no big deal. Once the job was complete, I assisted with the cleanup (the bath mat suffered a lot of drywall dust from cutting out the ceiling.
    I 'blessed' the work after a quick inspection, called the office to settle up the bill, and it was done.
    It wasn't until a couple days after that I noticed some things about the work - namely:
     - The fan itself isn't exactly square with the walls. This isn't a big deal as it is barely noticeable
     - The light is centered over the location of the old light, but it isn't centered over the new vanity (like I wanted). It's only a difference of an inch, which is probably only a big deal to me.
     - The replacement light switch isn't level.
     - The new GFI outlet isn't mounted evenly with the switch box.
    Overall, I really wish I had drew lines on the wall to map out the fixture locations prior to the installation day... but I guess I'm too picky. I figured things like square, level, centered, and even kinda go without saying in any sort of skilled trade. Bottom line, taken individually, each thing isn't too awful, but they are noticeable even for a novice like myself. Taken together, the overall job was just kinda so-so and the end result for me will mean re-work... moving the light to the left, moving the GFI outlet up, and leveling the new switch box.
    In Waibels defense, I have not complained to them directly, so they are not aware of the issues - although I did mention the light not being centered to the electrician who did the work. I didn't demand the he move it - I just told him it was off and asked about how to move it myself... too subtle I suppose - but he did knock $80 off the bill... final cost was $620.... not too bad for work that I have to tidy up a bit.
    - David R.
  • Not only is Larry the BEST TILE MAN in Licking County, he also does complete bathroom renovations. He started working construction with his father for over 20+ years. He's definitely a craftsman!
    Results were IMPRESSIVE!!! Larry was on time everyday, cleaned up after himself everyday and when completed, it looked OUTSTANDING!   Daily updates on progress. He answered any and all questions with honest answers.
    DO:  Schedule well in advance and for a specific date.  Allow for some changes as he is a quite "in demand craftsman".  Be patient.  If you needed it yesterday, then Larry may not be able to help you.
    DO:  Ask for and get a DETAILED statement of work.  This protects you and your contractor.
    DON'T:  Add on a bunch small details during your project as it will slow its completion and extend the project end date.
    DO:  BEFORE the project starts, during the estimate discussion, bring up any concerns you have going in.  Ask about the subcontractors.  If you don't like the subs, provide acceptable/suitable replacement sub-contractors.
    - Douglas O.
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    - Dennis S.
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