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Electrician reviews in Liberty

  • A
    Upstate Pest Solutions
    Every repair and inspection has been completed with professionalism by all members of his team. Donnie White is my first call when Inspections/Repairs are requested by me or clients. Great at Pest Control (mold/fungia remediation too), HVAC, and Much Much More!!! I'm truly lucky to have found such a wonderful Inspector, and repair team. Thank you so much Upstate Pest Solutions, Michael Goodell (Realtor)
    - Michael G.
  • A
    Sunstore Solar
    Everything was perfect.  They worked safely (important to me!) and found the problem.  They were on time, and other than fresh footprints in the grass, there was nothing to tell me they were there.
    - Kevin W.
  • A
    The Construction Zone
    Met with 4 other handyman types.

    Jonathan was only one to follow up on calls and emailed me a written quote covering all work to be completed. We added a few items,but agreed on those things separately.

    This guy has a GREAT work ethic.

    He cleaned up each area he worked in as soon as work was done. Covered floors, took off his shoes, etc.
    Very courteous that way.

    A very kind young man and very eager to please. The quality of his work left nothing to be desired.

    He is a licensed contractor- that mattered to me.

    Great value for the money spent. I will recommend him to others without reservations.

    Hope I don't need him again, but would not hesitate to get him for any job I needed done.
    - Peter T.
  • A
    A & B Remodeling llc
    Contacted Aaron about looking at job and he responded promptly.  Offered to do the job at an appropriate cost and in an appropriate timeframe.  Aaron did what he said he would do and in the time that he said he would do it.  Very open and honest in all dealings and I enjoyed dealing with him.  Made good recommendations during the job.
    - Larry P.
  • F
    SunTek Energy Inc
    On 11/16/2010, Kit Boan, SunTek/SolarTek's owner, in my home, wrote out a contract for $29,675 specifying the installation of a 2.5 kilowatt solar array using SolarWorld panels and Enphase microinverters.  In addition, the company was to "update" the refrigerant in my heat pump, install a KVar, and install attic ventilation.  On that date, I gave him a check (B) for $1,000, which was deposited.  That left a balance of $28,675.   On 11/30/2010, Kit Boan, SunTek/SolarTek's owner, at my home, picked up a check for $9,000, stating that he was ready to order materials.  This check was deposited. That left a balance of $19,675.   On 12/30/2010, Kit Boan, delivered the hardware to my home, received a check for $19,675, leaving a balance of $-0-.   All aspects of a valid contract are present, a legal purpose, offer, acceptance, capacity of the parties, consideration, and the legal form of a written contract.    Over the course of about two weeks in January 2011, SunTek/SolarTek installed the panels, KVar, and the attic ventilation.  The attic ventilation was installed without incident.  The KVar helps recover some energy lost and is connected to the main breaker panel through a breaker.  The problem was that by the National Electrical Code (NEC), each circuit breaker gets only one wire.  This is a requirement that helps to prevent a high resistance circuit.  SunTek/SolarTek connected it to a breaker already in use in violation of the NEC.    I also determined that my power company was never advised that a grid-tied power system (my installation feeds excess power to the grid) was installed.  I subsequently did the paperwork necessary to comply with the regulations.   On May 12, 2011, I sent a letter to Kit Boan noting the fact that the panel manufacturer confirmed that the 10 panels I had were rated at 230 watts each for a total of 2.3 kilowatts.  I demanded delivery of a solar panel and one Enphase inverter within 10 days, installation not required.   Please note that:    10 x 230 = 2,300 Watts = 2.3 KW capacity and is 92% of 2,500   11 x 230 = 2,530 Watts = 2.53 KW capacity and is 101. % of 2,500.   10 x 245 = 2,450 Watts = 2.45 KW capacity and is 98% of 2,500     Just days later, I received the answer in a letter dated May 13, 2011 by Candace Coleman of SunTek/SolarTek acknowledging the discrepancy, and noting that the they installed 230 watt solar panels because of their availability compared to the 245 watt panels in the original plan.  That letter also promised delivery if I would sign the enclosed release.  At this point, I am free to conclude that no effort to complete the contract to specifications would have been made had I not complained. On May 22, 2011, I wrote to Ms. Coleman noting that there was no release enclosed but that I would sign it when she supplied it.  I offered my email address if she cared to send the release form via email and I could sign it and have it back to her within a day. Nothing happened and I was not surprised because of the legal notification I received about that time.  As it turned out, I would have to go to formal arbitration to resolve the issue. Things were afoot in Charleston.  On May 15, 2011, Smith-Closser, PA, of Charleston, acting as attorneys for Hagemeyer North America, Inc. filed a Mechanics Lien placed my home, the site of the solar installation.  My attorney, Brian K. James wrote to Smith-Closser, provided certified images of the checks, an invoice marked paid and a copy of the contract. Then Hagemeyer attempted foreclosure on July 12, 2010, Hagemeyer filed for foreclosure of the Lien established in May.  There is an Answer and Counterclaim to Hagemeyer on file in the 13th Judicial Circuit and a Crossclaim against Kit Boan's company, SolarTekEnergy Carolina, Inc., also known as Suntek Energy similarly filed. The process of defending my home against foreclosure and forcing performance of the contract in an arbitration, required legal fees of $1,148 (paid to my attorney in early January 2012), and the fees to the American Arbitration Association of $700.  The promise to deliver one solar panel and one matching inverter was kept on 1/29/12 when those items were finally delivered. During the Lis Pendens and Foreclosure proceedings, SunTek did not respond in any way and by July, 2011, SunTek was in default in the 13th Judicial Circuit.  Being in default means that SunTek/SolarTek did not respond in any way to the court action, and there is a reason for that. South Carolina law requires that all civil actions be served on the Registered Agent on file with the SC Secretary of State.  Go here, and you will find the SunTek address: You will find that the corporation lists Elbert C "Kit" Boan as the registered agent, and the address as 5516 Lakeshore Drive, Columbia, not the Rabbit Road address they actually have in Travelers Rest listed at the bottom of this page: The fact that Boan maintains a business that has an incorrect listing with the Secretary of State means that anyone involved in any legal process must send documents and notice of legal filings to the Columbia address knowing that proving delivery to the Registered Agent at the address is valid legal service under SC law. This is a pattern of behavior with this company.  SunTek is busily ignoring suits.  If you need proof of this logic, just take a look at the 13th Judicial Circuit Public Index Search for Greenville County.  Go here: Agree to the disclaimer at the bottom by clicking Accept then enter SunTek in the Last/Business field and click Search Public Index at the right. In the resulting page, click on the link for 2011CP2304299, then Judgments and find a Default Judgment for $26,148.98 plus attorney's fees of $540 and court costs of $175. Go back to the prior page and click on the link for 2011CP2305941, then Judgments and find a Default Judgment for $24,210.70. Go back to the prior page and click on the link for 2011CP2306804, then Judgments and find a Default Judgment for $39,993.48. Go back to the prior page and click on the link for 2011CP2302240.  This one is still pending and is apparently slowing moving toward trial.  The first court date in this case is set for March 28, 2012, and SunTek has no counsel listed in the public index.  I therefore think it a safe bet that Kit Boan and SunTek will receive yet another default judgment.  Here is a table of the action in the 13th Judicial Circuit: Case Defendant Plaintiff Amount Fees Date 2011CP2302240 Boan & others Davis, Joel & Mary   2011CP2304299 Boan Hagemeyer $26,149 $715 9/21/11     2011CP2305941 SunTek/SolarTek WORD AM/Entercom $24,211 11/15/11   2011CP2306804   SunTek/SolarTek   WBT AM/FM   $39,993   12/16/11 $90,353 $715   This means that in the 13th Judicial Circuit, four cases have come to the Court and there have been three default Judgments.  It seems to me that SunTek avoids legal problems by constructing a way to be ignorant of their legal problems. As stated above, I went to arbitration as the contract requires to compel delivery of the full solar capacity in the contract.  I sent the American Arbitration Association (AAA) $1,475.  SunTek/SolarTek ignored all contact attempts according to the case manager at AAA until I had a process server go to the Rabbit Road address and deliver the AAA complaint.  The AAA procedure calls for an initial telephone conference, which happened on 12/9/11. Kit Boan, the SunTek/SolarTek owner stated at the beginning of the conference call that he ordered the missing solar panel, the lien and foreclosure had been halted, and SunTek/SolarTek would pay the AAA and legal fees.  I called him on 12/12/11 and he promised the legal fees and AAA fees by January 15, 2012.  That promise was not met. He did indeed supply the missing solar panel and matching inverter on 1/31/2012, one year and two days after the rest of the panels began producing power.  He promised "end of February" and no check for the AAA fees and the legal fees. His current promise is "end of March". With over $90,000 in default judgments and another default probable on March 28, I realize I will never recover the AAA and legal fees. So, I contacted the AAA and suspended the case.  During that process I thought it was possible that the return of his AAA fees would free enough cash to get me some recovery.  As it turns out, AAA never collected a penny. Do not deal with these people unless you enjoy giving money to lawyers and losing sleep. Kevin L. Wells 864-843-3007
    - Kevin W.
  • A
    Little's Electric
    Remodeling my home office and needed electrical outlets moved and new ones installed behind new cabinets and in floor under desk. Mike provided all material and installed everything in a very professional manner. This included running new lines for electric and data. He moved my computer gear to the inside of the new desk, hooked everything up and made sure it was all running properly. 
    As I use my computer daily for work it was imperative that work be completed in stages so I would not have to shut down my operation.
    All work was performed in a professional manner, on time and as planned.
    - Jerry B.
  • C
    ProStar Services
    I originally hired this firm to conduct a number of repairs and retrofits around my house, in advance of closing on it (I'm the purchaser, and the arrangements around living in the house prior to the purchase are a long and irrelevant story).  The work to be done included replacing the master bathroom floor & part of the plumbing, installing GFI outlets in both bathrooms and the kitchen, installing a garbage disposal in the kitchen sink, building and installing handrails for both porches, and other minor jobs.  Although the major work-- the bathroom floor-- took longer than I would have liked, I can't fault the dedication to the job shown by the person who did the work.  It took him around fix days to complete.  I wouldn't have minded that, except that each day he was here, he promised to be at my house at whatever hour of the morning, and only once showed up before 4pm.  This meant that he was working past midnight each day he was here.  Perhaps that's not a problem in a commercial building, but in a private residence it's very much a nuisance!

    The work was of high enough quality, though, that after it was done, when I discovered a couple of additional items that needed addressed (a missing window pane needs replaced and my dishwasher won't drain), I called them again.  That was last week.  I was originally promised that the person assigned the work would be here Saturday, and wasted the day waiting.  I finally received a call from the worker on Sunday, and arranged for him to be at my house this evening at 6:30.  I called him at 6pm, and he reported that he'd be here in around an hour.  I wasn't at all upset about a mere 30 minute delay, but when the clock reached 8pm and I hadn't heard back... let's just say I'm not happy and leave it at that.

    I did manage the reach the company owner, and he's promised to call me back in the morning.  Forgive the sarcasm, but I believe this means I should hear back from him sometime around next Thursday.

    In all fairness to this company, though: I recommended them to a friend of mine for some tile repair work she needs done.  Their owner met with her quickly and on time, and recommended someone else for the work.  He was concerned that his people didn't have the requisite skill to make the repair without damaging surrounding tiles, but he knows someone who specializes in that sort of work.  I consider that behavior very ethical, and am impressed with his commitment to doing the work right the first time.
    - Michael F.
  • A
    Dipple Plumbing, Electrical, Heating & Air
    Three (3) service calls. 1st was for electrical inspection and troubleshooting some dead plugs. I was not as happy with them this time around. I didn't feel that the inspection was thorough and when they left, I still had some electical plug problems. But, they did fix some of the prblems and only charged me the trip charge ($180.00) which seem somewhat steep just to come out and give an estimate, or in my case, found a couple of GFI plugs needed to be reset. They did that but didn't go in the attic to check the basic wiring. I was not convinced that all of our electrical issues were addressed in this visit. 2nd visit, had a pipe burst in the attic due to poor insulation and extreme cold weather. They quickly and efficiently fixed the broken pipe and told me of damage in the attic that needed repair and that I needed to insulate the pipes near the roof better to avoid a repeat. In this case, I think the price was fair for the job. They came quickly and fixed the leak so that we could restore water service to the home. 3rd trip. Bless their hearts. Second pipe burst in attic just days from the first freeze. They quickly and professionally fixed this leak and did not charge me extra since it was related to the same weather conditions and the fact that two ladies on social security could not handle any more expense. I think they felt sorry for us because we also had multiple trees down due to the snow storm and it was a lot of stuff to have to fix at one time. I appreciated their professionalism, fairness and courtesy. They really came through in a mess!
    - Cheryl T.
  • A
    Burgess Handyman Services
    Wes and his men were very professional, polite, and listened to our ideas. They were always on time. He cleaned up each day after the job was done, and was easy to talk to. They are good people, and very thoughtful too!
    - Eric C.
  • A
    Burgess Handyman Services
    Our home was custom built 2 and one half years ago. Though the builder did a fine job, he left the punch list incomplete. Over the last 18 months, those things left undone have become issues. We had a leak in our porch that caused our tongue and groove ceiling to come loose. Burgess repaired and repainted the ceiling. We had a post light installed outside at the corner of the driveway which involved running an electrical line from the site of the light to the house. I had 2 kitchen faucets replaced and a 2nd garbage disposal added to my kitchen island. We had an outdoor electrical outlet installed in order to hook up the motor to a fountain, and we had the switches that powered our range hood moved from the hood, which was too high to reach, to a location in a more convenient place. Burgess Services did everything in a timely, precise manner.
    - Neill C.
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