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  • Great- service is the ticket . Out of four electrical services I contacted, CW was the only one who came to the house to give me an estimate and see the electrical problem I wanted fixed. That was the biggest reason I chose CW to do the job- personal service. (Everyone's estimate, even over the phone, was about the same)
    - diane h.
  • Jon was prompt, pleasant, and professional and was able to figure out what was causing our lights to smoke. I worried that, owning an older house, that most electricians would jump to needing to rewire the whole thing, but Jon was able to diagnose the problem and help me understand it. He even installed the new fixtures.
    - Kristin A.
  • Charged me $75.00 service call fee to tell me what I already knew - which was circuit breaker pops when it rains due to moisture seeping into receptacles (That's why I wanted them replaced in the first place.)
    - Mevalee S.
  • I had contacted several electric service contractors who simply said yeah we can do that without asking a single question about my house. When I called King they asked many questions about not just about the house but our future plans for the house, if we planned to add on to the house or add larger appliances. When they showed up to do the estimate the technician doing it wore booties to cover his boots when in the house to keep the carpets clean. When the work started both Joe and Allen were very professional and worked efficiently. Our house had some very cobbled together wiring for the lighting and different grades of wiring from knob and tube, BX, and romex all spliced into each other it was kind of scary knowing how some of it was wired in. What they did MAIN ELECTRICAL SERVICE - DISCONNECT AND REMOVE OLD SERVICE ENTRANCE AND BREAKER PANEL. - INSTALL NEW 150 AMP SERVICE ENTRANCE COMPLETE WITH POWER COMPANY APPROVED METER SOCKET. - INSTALL NEW CUTLER HAMMER CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL WITH SOLID COPPER BUSS BARS, 150 AMP MAIN BREAKER AND SPACE FOR UP TO 32 - 110 VOLT CIRCUITS AND RECONNECT ALL EXISTING CIRCUITS. - INSTALL DOUBLE 8-FOOT GROUND ROD SYSTEM AND CONNECT TO NEW BREAKER PANEL. - INSTALL COPPER GROUND WIRE TO WATER LINE WITH WATER METER BONDING JUMPER. - INSTALL AND CONNECT NEW PREMIUM COMPLETE HOME SURGE PROTECTION IN CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL. - HAVE WORK INSPECTED BY STEEL CITY INSPECTION AGENCY. QUOTE $2,763.00 RECEPTACLE REPLACEMENT/WIRING REPAIR - TWENTY FIVE OUTLETS THROUGHOUT FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR. - INSTALL 3-PRONG TAPER RESISTANT RECEPTACLES. - CURRENT BACK WIRING/LOOSE CONNECTIONS AND REVERSE POLARITY. - RAISE OUTLET LOCATION FOR TWO OUTLETS IN LIVING ROOM. - INSTALL FIVE GFCI RECEPTACLES. QUOTE $1,595.00 KNOB AND TUBE LIGHTING REWIRE - DISCONNECT AND REMOVE OLD KNOB AND TUBE WIRING WHERE POSSIBLE AND REWIRE TO CODE WITH NEW GROUNDED ROMEX WIRING AS FOLLOWS: BEDROOM ONE: ONE SWITCH FOR OVERHEAD LIGHT. BEDROOM TWO: ONE SWITCH FOR OVERHEAD LIGHT. BATHROOM: ONE SWITCH FOR VANITY LIGHT. STAIRS/HALLWAY: ONE 3-WAY SYSTEM FOR THREE LIGHTS. DINING ROOM: ONE 3-WAY SYSTEM FOR OVERHEAD FAN/LIGHT. LIVING ROOM: ONE SWITCH FOR OVERHEAD LIGHT. FRONT PORCH: ONE SWITCH FOR COACH LIGHT. KITCHEN: ONE 3-WAY SYSTEM FOR OVERHEAD LIGHT. - ALL FIXTURES AND FANS SUPPLIED BY CLIENT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. * FULL 3-YEAR WARRANTY ON PARTS AND LABOR INCLUDED. QUOTE $6,680.00 FIREGUARD PROTECTION BREAKERS - INSTALL FIRE PREVENTION ARC FAULT CIRCUIT BREAKERS WHERE REQUIRED (10 TOTAL). QUOTE $890.00 When we got the estimate we first thought the price was high, but they took care of everything for us including the permits and contacting the inspector so we didn't have to do any of that and after seeing everything they did the price was well worth it. I highly recommend King to anyone looking to get work done, there professional, polite, and efficient. These guys are pros through and through
    - michael D.
  • The company was responsive in making the appointment. The technician was courteous. Installation was completed without any difficulty. The company followed up with a phone call to determine if the service was completed to my satisfaction. I would use this service provider again.
    - Patricia Z.
  • I started in October to hire them through Angie's list to do a number of things in our home until December. Anthony & co-worker & office staff were very professional & I would hire them again.
    - George T.
  • Bill Gilbert arrived for estimate two days after initial contact. House was built in 1956. Original owner installed 4" plastic tile in entire bathroom, including around tub/shower. Bill was the only remodeler I contacted who thought it possible to replace only the area around the tub/shower. His estimate was $3,000 less than closest.. One contractor wanted to gut entire bathroom at $12,000 +. Others wanted to do the tub surround system. Bill and Bob arrived on time and started to remove existing tile and plaster. After five minutes, it became apparent that the side wall was soaked through to the studs because original tile had not been sealed and no moisture barrier installed. Apprentice previous owners only took baths. Side wall plaster and studs were soaked up to a height of about 6 feet, and some moisture damage had started on back of bedroom wall, adjacent. After some consultation, we decided it was best to take out a small section of the bedroom wall and install extra studs beside the ones that had been water damaged. This added about 3 hours to the project total time estimate. Bill and Bob were fast, efficient and, I might add, great to work with. Funny guys. Project lasted 2 1/2 days. They tore out existing tile and walls, cut out a 3 x 5 section at the base of the bedroom wall, added insulation to the exterior bathroom wall, then installed cement board, including in the section of bedroom wall removed. Installed and ducted ceiling fan, which required working in the the tight. hot attic in 90-degree temps. Installed ceramic tile in tub/shower area. Installed new scald-proof faucet, shower head and faucet. Taped and sanded bedroom wall replacement section, making it paint-ready with no additional prep work required by me. Cleaned thoroughly. hauled away old materials. I would not hesitate to fire Bill again for any further kitchen/bathroom remodeling.
    - David M.
  • The work they did was fine, but they did not clean up. It was just a mess when they left. They came back another time and I told them about it and they cleaned it up. I was not really thrilled. I would not use them again. I thought the price was fairly reasonable. They preferred to come back and fix something that was not working properly and they did fix it for me. They were not professional at all. There were two people that came out the first time and the second person just did not seem to know what he was doing. He was kind of spaced out or something. The first guy was good at what he was doing and I dealt with him. He had to tell the other one everything what to do and show him everything. Maybe he was new.
    - dianne f.
  • Called back on a holiday (not very typical) and was here the next day for an estimate.  They were prompt, clean, and courteous.  I work from home and they were very accommodating letting us know every time the power would be shut off and turned back on.  They consulted with us each step of the way to ensure the fans were installed exactly how we wanted, and that we would be happy with the end result. They even left the instruction manual out for each of the fans for us and took out all of the rest of the packaging and trash. We will definitely be repeat customers.
    - kaitlyn h.
  • It was okay. But they were quite expensive. They diagnosed it for me good. But then the fix was very expensive. So, I ended up purchasing the materials and installing it myself. They estimated $1400 to repair it. The breaker itself cost about $200. So, I just went out and bought the breaker for $200 and paid myself $1200. They were timely about getting there. I would use them again in future for diagnosis. But, for repair, probably, no.
    - TONY C.
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