Once I purchased the deal I was sent to a drop down box to pick three business days that would work for my schedule. I happen to be off three business days in a row so I clicked on those days. This was July 10th, 11th, and 12th. I received a call one or two business days later asking me if I wanted to schedule on July 20th. I mentioned that I already used the system online giving the three business days that I would be home the entire day. I was told that they were fully booked for all of those times and would I like to schedule for July 20th when they would be able to come out. On July 20th the electrician came to our house where my mom was to receive him. He called me at work and told me that he could install the ceiling fan but he could not install the light fixture with the deal because it was a chandelier and chandeliers were excluded from the deal. He said that he could install the one ceiling fan for the whole $119. Or he could still install the ceiling fan for the whole $119 and the chandelier would be $249 extra, making the total about $370. I told him that we were not doing that and I told him he could leave. I called the office to tell them what happened. The manager told me that their normal price was $350 to install a chandelier so the electrician was really giving me a deal at an additional $249. I told the manager that the fine print on the deal does not say that it excludes chandeliers, it says that it excludes light fixtures and chandeliers OVER 30 lbs. I told the manager that the chandelier did not weigh more then 30lbs and even so the electrician's only reason given for not completing the deal was that the second item was a chandelier and not a regular light fixture. The weight of the chandelier was never a factor and never mentioned. The manager said that he would get back with me but the electrician did mention to him that the chandelier looked like an elaborate chandelier (see photo). The manager later followed up with me stating that the electrician said that the chandelier looked like it weighed 30 to 40 lbs. The manager asked me to send home a photo of the chandelier and the weight. The weight of the chandelier was exactly 14.88 lbs. This is still July 20th. So on July 20th they make my next appointment for July 26th in the morning (luckily I would be home). I receive a call on July 25th stating that they would not be able to make my appointment the next morning and that I would have to reschedule my appointment that I have for tomorrow because the electrician ran into a problem that he was working on July 25th with a different client. So my client appointment that I made July 20th for the 26th was getting forfeited to be used by another client from the 25th. This is a job that really should have been completed July 20th. The next open appointment was Friday , July 28th, between 10am - 1pm. I told them to make the appointment. I emailed the office to complain about the whole ordeal on July 25th. In response, on July 25th I received this from the office: Hello, After speaking with my electrical manager, he has stated that we will install both items for 300.00 if the light fixture/ chandelier is NOT assembled prior to our installation. If it is assembled however we will be doing the installation for 119.00. This blew me away because the all parties are and were always fully aware that they items were new still in the boxes. This was never ever mentioned even after the electrician came to our house and have already seen both items in the box. This was a NEW development only being mentioned on the 25th. There was NO issue with installing the items out of the box before. The only issue was that the item was a Chandelier and then that the item was a chandelier over 30 lbs which it turned out that the chandelier was only 14.88 lbs. Now after all of this, I was being told that they were quoting me almost 3 times as much for something that should have honestly been done on July 20th for the specified Angie's List deal of $119. My husband and I assembled but the ceiling fan and the chandelier to the point of not interfering with the wires. When the electrician arrived he said that our new price would be $300. I said that these items could not be assembled further without interfering with the installation and wiring. He changed the price to $119. That was my experience with this $119 deal and this company.