Badly. Moore Mechanical attempted to write a bait and switch contract at an inflated price to enrich Moore by taking money from my pocket. I asked for a Generac Generator model 7210. Kevin B. came out for the estimate and wrote the contract. He brought an electrician. Kevin switched me to a Honeywell generator model 7213 as, Moore has a better relationship with Honeywell. Nothing was said about cost or how it would benefit me. Kevin said a Honeywell generator model 7213 is the same as Generac model 7213, except it is branded as Honeywell and is Honeywell's product. I found this to be FALSE. It is the same as a Generac model 7209 which costs about $600.00 less and doesn't come with a Transfer Switch which Moore has to buy separately and put in the contract as an equipment item with no cost showing. The contract total sum was $25, 049.00. There were no other costs shown in the contract to allow me to add up the costs to equal the total sum. The contract wanted payment of 50% at signing of the contract. $12,524.50 at signing. The generator would not be available for about 3 months. Moore wanted to keep $12,524.50 for about 3 months. The California State Licensing Board (CSLB) requires $1,000.00 or 10% of the contract, whichever is less as the initial cost. I feel it is attempted extortion. When I asked Kevin B. to comply with the requirements of the CSLB by changing the initial cost, by inserting my cost of all equipment shown, including the generator itself, I received an email from Owner, Steve Moore saying he withdraws the contract. If you want a company that would enrich itself to Elite status, if you didn't know any better and trusted them while they were taking money from your pocket and making your poorer, then Moore Mechanical is your company.