Matching on Angi
After the most recent extended power outage I decided that I wanted (actually, needed) to be able to hook an emergency generator to my home. Based on their close proximity to where I live and the reviews I read on Angie's List I decided on Intelectric. I called and made an appointment with a two hour window for them to come out and give me a bid. Mitch Weiner, the president of the company, arrived right at the end of the window. I explained what I wanted, and what appliances, devices, lights, etc. that I wanted to be able to use during an outage. We went around and added up the wattage, verified that the generator I had purchased could carry the load, and decided that a six circuit transfer switch would do the job. After seeing the existing main service panel Mitch suggested that I do a Google search on the manufacturer of the panel. It turned out that the panel has a long and known history of breakers not always tripping when they should, sometimes resulting in electrical fires. I decided on my own, with no up-sell pressure from Mitch or anyone at Intelectric, to have a new main panel installed as well. The electrician, Jose, showed up on the day work was scheduled to begin right on time. Throughout the project, Jose (and his helper Mario) showed up as scheduled. On the few occasions when they were running late Lorraine from the office kept me informed on what was going on. They gave us at least an hour's notice when they had to turn off the power, and always cleaned up at the end of each day. The work was done professionally and passed city inspection with no problems. Working with Intelectric was a pleasure from start to finish. I will not hesitate to call them again should I need an electrician in the future.