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  • Contacted them and got no response back for several days.  They rescheduled me a few times which was in itself not a huge deal in my circumstance.  The guy who did the work seemed to do a good job, but I think he overcharged me.  I was told bids were no charge but got charged for that trip to bid the job at the end when I got my bill.  I think they padded the hours they were there because I wasn't there when they did the job.  After reviewing with another electrician, compared to the actual work done it should have taken 1/2 the time I was charged for.  Also was charged for additional trip fee when I was actually only 11 miles from their shop.  Again, another fee undisclosed prior to getting the final bill.  Really disappointed in the final bill.  They have the potential to be a good company but need to follow through with what they say initially.
    - Shantell G.
  • The first visit in September, they installed a new motion light in place of a previous flood light. The second motion light was already installed, but not working. They fixed an indoor switch and checked a breaker that turned out to be working ok. The problem was that they couldnt find any power at the two motion lights. The house was built in 1937, but has updated wiring. I didnt understand how they could not find power at an existing flood light location. I had checked it with my own volt meter days earlier, and it was hot. Beech Grove suggested that the garage switches may control the lights, so they left me to explore it. Turns out the garage switch didnt help. Beech Grove was scheduled for a return trip on 10/7 to get the lights working. Before the visit, Kenny called to discuss what I owed and what additional costs would be incurred. I appreciated this upfront coordination. However, I was surprised when he informed me that I would owe in excess of $300 for the first visit, that resulted in one hallway light being fixed. To finish the motion lights, worst case, Kenny said it would take two new power feeds from the basement to the lights, totaling $636.50. Both of these numbers seemed high, because I had budgeted about $250 on these minor repairs. As a comparison, earlier this year Kenny upgraded my entire electrical panel for just $1200. I decided to let Kenny finish the work as quoted. When my pregnant wife met him the next morning to exchange keys, Kenny gave her an earful about what a difficult person I was to work for. Apparently, none of his other customers question his pricing or request to be billed once the work is complete. This was the last straw for me. We had an extensive phone conversation the night before, and everything was settled. He didnt need to bother my wife with his opinions.
    - KELLY O.
  • Mr Quik had been out to wire up my dishwasher a few months ago, so they didn't charge me a service fee to come out and do an estimate on the panel upgrade. However, their pricing is so out of whack that I had to file a report. It seems like a common problem with them. They are very responsive and professional, but you will pay dearly for it. To upgrade to a 200 amp panel, they quoted me $5000. I had the work done for $1240. That is a 400% difference for those of you keeping score at home. Even the dishwasher I had them hook up to the panel cost me $350 for 20 minutes of work. I will not use Mr Quik again if I can avoid it.
    - KELLY O.
  • The 100 amp main breaker in my 1925 era house was tripping repeatedly. I received 3 bids on upgrading to a new 200 amp panel. Beech Grove was very helpful on the phone, offering advice and troubleshooting. However it was more difficult to get him to the house, because he is a one man shop. I received one bid at $5000, another at $2000, and Beech Grove came in at $1340. I clearly wanted to go with the low price, but had to survive a week with a bad breaker before he could do the job. Then they postponed due to rain, but gave me another $100 off. Finally when the work was done, my wife and I were both going to be away at work, but we had paid $500 as a deposit, and expected the rest to be billed upon completion. Beech Grove insisted that he receive payment immediately upon completion, even though no one would be home. Being logical, I insisted that I get the chance to inspect the work prior to payment. He was insulted by this, and threatened to walk away from the job. I gave in and wrote the check up front. However, when I got home, I discovered that my upstairs lights and circuits were dead. Beech Grove came out and fixed the problem free of charge the next morning. So all in all, we are pleased with the end result at a fair price, but the journey was an arduous one. Hopefully the next project with Beech Grove goes better due to an established relationship.
    - KELLY O.
  • I had budgeted about $300 for the dishwasher/disposal wiring, plus a few other misc electrical improvements. However, it cost $350 for the 1 hour of work on the dishwasher/disposal, so I was forced to do the other work myself. For example, I needed a light switch installed at the basement stairs. That was quoted at $266! I also needed a light and plug installed in my garage, which was quoted at $450! I can do some basic electrical work, and this seemed really expensive. Quik also works off a price list, so there is no negotiating for a unique situation, just auto-robot pricing. If time were not an issue, I would probably go with a journeyman electrician who does side jobs next time. There's definitely a trade off between professionalism and pricing. The last electrician I used was much less professional than Mr Quik, but only charged me $80 for a new garage outlet.
    - KELLY O.
  • It was pretty good. I would continue to use them. I've never used them for large projects but for small projects they do a pretty good job. I had them do a complete home inspection with my new home. He was supposed to give me a report but never followed through. A good electrician but maybe the business is too small to handle the larger projects.
    - KELLY O.
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