We wanted to have 2 electrical outlets installed in an area in our LR. Since Michael & Son had a Big Deal offer of $129 for $200 of Licensed Professional Electrical Work, and they provided service to a couple of my neighbors, I called them. After some changes, we finally agreed on service scheduled for 09/15/2015 between 1000 and 1400. John O., the electrical technician, arrived at 1100. I was impressed with his politeness and professional manner. He set a mat outside my front door with Michael &Son. Also, he wore boot covers while in my house. I was really glad of that since we have light carpet, wood floors, and my family does not wear shoes in the house. John inspected the areas of the room that did have electrical outlets and/or switches and the area where I wanted them outlets installed. Also, he inspected the electrical panel in the garage. Then he discussed with me he plan for running electrical power to the desired area. I agreed and he began to work. At 1312 (1:12 pm) he said that the work required a special circuit breaker (fault breaker) as required by code and he need to leave to purchase it. He returned about 1400 with the fault breaker and installed it. There seemed to be a problem that he was trying to resolve that caused the breaker to “trip”. He finally seemed to find the problem and resolved it. He apologized for taking so much time, but said he had to make sure everything was OK and within code since I planned to have the new installation inspected by per city code. He said I could call Jennifer at Michael & Son and she would schedule city inspection. John cleaned up his work, then showed me what he had done and demonstrated how well the newly installed outlets worked. He left at 1720. Needless to say, I was very concerned about how much time this took and the cost. I was told that, in order to avoid a possible electrical fire and to have the electrical work pass code inspection, it required the installation of the fault breaker and the proper wiring of the lines and outlets. The outlets, electrical work, and breakers, passed inspection on 09/29/2015.