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  • F
    Gregg Zellers Remodel and Repair
    Greg Zellers contracted to remodel my bathroom. The contract was for labor only. I had told him before he began that I had to travel for work one week in May. He wanted to park a trailer on my lawn for the time that he was at my home. He got angry when I told him no, and he ended up parking the trailer on the patio. He told me I had to arrange for a dumpster from the sanitation department, which I thought was odd. The first two weeks went ok, but he didn���t get much finished. At the end of the first week, he got in a loud screaming and swearing match with his worker on my patio, and the worker quit. Before he started the job, he checked my fuse box. He told me that there was no room in the box for any more fuses, and he needed to add more for my jetted tub and heated floor. My uncle had put in another fuse box in my basement when I moved in, so he decided he could replace that with a bigger fuse box. During the second week when he was ready for the new fuse box, he said he couldn���t do it and wanted me to call in my uncle to put in the fuse box for us. My uncle was retired and elderly when he put in the first fuse box and was much older now, so I told him no. Then he told me I had to call around and find an electrician to do the work if I wanted it completed. Finally, another guy he hired part time completed the electrical work. The jetted tub required an access panel for maintenance, so he cut the plaster in my spare bedroom to put one in. Then he told me that he���d measured wrong, and it actually needed to go outside so now I have a white square in my spare bedroom instead of wallpaper. He kept telling me he was short of cash, and he couldn���t pay his guys and needed money. I paid him 12.5% of his fee six weeks before he started, 12.5% on the day he started, 25% at the end of the first week, and 25% at the end of the second week. I���d already paid him 75% of the contract for two weeks work, and all he���d completed was removing the old tub and vanity and installing the jetted tub. The third week was the week where I would be out of town. He wanted me to let him come to my house and work by himself while I was out of town and got angry when I told him I wasn���t comfortable with that. He got a small job on the Friday before he left that he would do in the week I was out of town. It was pouring rain on the Saturday before I left, and he wanted to get the trailer off my patio. He tore up my lawn when he pulled the trailer off the patio. I was expecting him back on the Monday after I returned from my trip, but he didn���t show up and didn���t bother calling to let me know. I figured he wasn���t finished with the other job, but I since I had taken the week off work, it would have been nice if he let me know. He called the Sunday after the fourth week, and asked if I���d be home so he could finish the job. I purchased most of the materials for remodel, jetted tub, vanity, tile, fixtures, etc. When he came back the fifth week, he said he needed $500 for materials. He was supposed to show me receipts for what he purchased, and I would pay him for the receipts. Even though he had no receipts, I gave him the $500. When he put in the heated floor, he told me I needed to purchase the thermostat. I told him I had no idea which one to get, and he told me to just ask the guy at Lowes, he would know. When I went to purchase the thermostat, the guy at Lowes said that he couldn���t recommend one because he didn���t know the size of the floor, the material used, etc. They got the heated floor and the tile installed the fifth week. On Monday (I work Tuesday through Friday), my boss called and said I needed to work the rest of the week because we had too many people out of the office. Greg said he would come to my house on Thursday and Friday nights to finish the grouting. He worked Thursday for a few hours. When he came on Friday, he noticed that my lawn care company had sprayed the lawn, and it couldn���t get wet. Even though there were other places he could have run the hose, he got mad and left. The next Monday, he still hadn���t shown up about twenty minutes after he usually came in, so I called him. He didn���t answer, but he showed up about fifteen minutes later. He told me he should be able to finish on Monday, but Tuesday for sure. He wanted me to give him more money, but I told him I wasn���t giving him any more until he completed the job. On Monday, he finished most of the grouting. On Tuesday, he installed the vanity, the shower curtain rods, and the light and plug-in plates. He told me that he cracked the tile where he put the shower curtains, and if they didn���t hold, he would come back and use some other way to install them. He told me he could finish in about two hours on Wednesday. I was skeptical because he still had to caulk everything, install more hardware, touch up the paint where he grouted, install installation outside the house for the tub, put back the bathroom door, and install the toe stop for the vanity. He worked for about an hour, then called me into the bathroom. The part of the toilet handle that pulled up the flapper was too short. He told me that I probably couldn���t find one at Home Depot, but I could go around to plumbing shops and see if I could find something. I told him I wasn���t sure what to get and that���s what I paid him for. He got angry, said that I bought the wrong handle, and that he was leaving. He made several trips back and forth to get his tools, etc., muttering under his breath louder each time, and it was starting to freak me out, so I finally locked the door when he left. After about fifteen minutes, he knocked on the door. I went to the door and talked to him through the door. He had the thermostat to the heated floor, and he told me he���d give it back to me if I gave him a check for the balance of the contract and materials (he said I stilled owed him $300). I told him I���d just buy a new one. I figured he���d calm down and come back and finish the job, but the next week I got served papers that said he was suing me for theft of labor and materials for the balance of the contract, $900 for extra work he performed, $565 for materials, and court costs. He left before he finished the contract, tore up my lawn with his trailer and wore a path in my lawn around the patio, left a big square of white in the middle of the wallpaper in my spare bedroom, and sued me. His contract also stated that he had to texturize my walls (which were already textured under the wallpaper). He spilled paint and cement on my bathtub and paint on my kitchen floor and hall wall. When he left, I noticed the big wall that he painted didn���t have texture. I noticed some dirt on the floor of my bedroom, and when I looked closer, found dried cement on the floor and the bottom of my dresser. He had no business in my bedroom, and it creeped me out.
    - kelli v.
  • F
    Absolute Electric
    Doug is one of the most dishonest Electricians I have ever hired. I paid Doug and his company to inspect a house before I bought it. Then I had his company do the repairs that he suggested. When I went to sell the home he inspected it again for the buyers. What do you know? The inspection came back that Doug said that I needed more electrical repairs (some of which I had paid him for). Numerous messages were left for Doug to call me back to discuss the incomplete job and dishonest business practices. No response. Needless to say Doug still got paid to do the repairs (twice). He inspects the property for many of the Realtors in town, does the work, and then the inspection. This is a terrible conflict of interest (some cases illegal) for the local realtors, the customer, and Doug. Don���t do it! Call an inspector and then a reputable electrician.
    - Kirk L.
  • F
    Absolute Electric
    Five years ago, I purchased a home and had Doug Bates complete an electrical inspection. The sellers paid Doug over $800 in electrical repairs. Fast forward five years���.I have now put my house back on the market to sell. The new buyer had Doug Bates complete the electrical inspection again. This time Doug Bates called several repairs that he stated needed fixed. All of these repairs were not code violations and multiple were ones he was supposed to make have fixed five years ago. The codes had not changed in five years for him to call the repairs either. When speaking to Doug about the inconsistencies of his inspections, he made several excuses regarding the repairs and why he called them (after research I found that they were only excuses and not true. Once again, I call Doug to resolve the situation and he said he would call me back with a day/time to fix some of the repairs and I would pay to fix some of the other repairs. He never called me or my realtor back to fix anything. Ultimately, he knew I had a family member who was an electrician at a more reputable electric company, who happens to not do home inspections. His quote to me was ���well I figured ____ could fix it.��� This is not the purpose of home inspections. It is to check for code violations that can affect a homeowner, not minor repairs that don���t cause problems in day to day living. I ended up going through a more reputable electric company to repair Doug���s so called repairs and they discovered other repairs that were actually code violations. Doug nit-picked small items to make him some business (although he knew I would go with someone else to do the repairs). Lesson learned, he was not honest with me or the buyer, his work was not quality, and he did not demonstrate his excellent service���all of which his website claims that his company is. I would highly recommend going through a different company for home inspections and repairs. Just as an FYI, I spoke with other people regarding the situation, and I am not the first one this has happened to.
    - kylie m.
  • A
    Signature Electric
    First, I want to give a shout out to the front office for being able to get someone to work on the problem sooner than previously planned, they were over a week out. They were able to get an electrician to volunteer to start at 7am for us, and had them there in two days, thank you! The electrician, Adrian, was prompt and thorough in locating and solving the issue! It turned out to be a loose wire within the 3-Gang light switch box. Adrian stripped the wires back and twisted them together to prevent them from coming loose again. Adrian did the same for the other wires within the box to prevent the same thing from happening to them. Would ask Signature Electric back if I ever have the need in the future!
    - Tal N.
  • A
    Signature Electric
    My husband and I put our house on the market and had to upgrade our electrical service.  We chose Signature Electric as their quote came in the lowest.  They arrived at our house on the date promised and got right to work, completing the work in two days. Once our house was under contract there were some inspection-related repairs that also had to be completed.  The owner, Sean Casey, assured us he would have one of his employees at our house on 1/4 to complete the repairs as our closing was on 1/6. Even though it was extremely short notice, they came through for us and took care of all repairs so that we could close on time.  We are very appreciative of their promptness and professionalism and would recommend them to anyone in need of electrical repairs.
    - Heidi S.
  • D
    Signature Electric
    Talked to electrician on 9/27 still have not given quote has been 4 weeks obviously do not need work after a few calls has Ben 3 or 4 so leaving review of not to call unless really desperate. Cheyenne has this issue either companies do crappy work or don't follow up work leads cannot judge the work since they never gave quote but based on time it would take them a year to finish it anyway.
    - Aaron G.
  • A
    Signature Electric
    They did an excellent job. They were very punctual, courteous, and honest which is very important. They were upfront about what needed to be done, the cost of the work, and how long it would take to complete. They asked questions to find out exactly what happened and helped us figure everything out. What they said they were going to do, they did so, and in the time they said it would take. I would recommend their services to anyone!
    - Annetta J.
  • A
    Signature Electric
    We were notified by Cheyenne Light that we had a serious issue with our electrical meter that could potentially cause a fire.   We contacted Signature Electric, who responded immediately.  They were able to get someone out right away and handled notifying Cheyenne Light.  They were very professional, which is hard to find sometimes.
    Thank you Signature Electric!!
    - Denise D.
  • A
    Collins Control &Electric Inc.
    They gave me an estimate and provided as planned. Responded to install the generator two weeks early. Took less time than originally planned and stayed until the job was completed to my satisfaction.
    - Gaylan W.
  • A
    Mac Electric Company Inc
    I received several quotes, MAC Electric estimate was one third of the other estimates. Electrician Showed up on time even though it was literally freezing outside. Everything went smoothly. He even explained to me how everything worked and gave me ideas and tips when doing minor repairs myself. Everything came out excellently. I even received a call from the office to ensure that I was happy with the results .
    - Christopher T.
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