This work was done under the name of Mr. Sparky Electrical, but my Mr. Brierly himself. I still have the same phone number in my phone and the whole reason I joined Angine's list was becasue I wish I'd had such a reference back when I chose Mr. Brierley thinking that the name was getting me a good Electrical contractor. The Flood LIght install actually went very well in terms of work and it is still operational, so that's pretty much all you could ask. I will say that it was a bit strange that I had to provide him some Romex that I had left in my basement and that he had me go get the light from the store myself and that he came really late and had to come back another time because he showed up without sufficient tools to do the job. I think I gave him my Percussion Drill to get through the wall too. The funniest part was that his buddy who came to "help" didn't at all, he just talked, sitting in my kitchen. I ended up helping. Anyway, the trully problematic part came when I asked him to diagnose and fix a bathroom GFCI line that had gone "dead" after a lightning storm. It acutally showed really low voltage at the outlet, which was is at the end of a run from the box, outside the house in conduit and back in upstairs, because it was an addition when the upstairs was added. This is where I get really suspcious whether he knew any more about electrical than I did. He could not find the Braker in the panel for the circuit, he could not trace the circuit upstairs, had not diagnosis of the low voltage provided and generally just scrached his head. He actually basically said, I don't know what to do!!! W**? Having just encountered a similar situation at my Rental house, I discovered corrosion in teh Breaker Box which reduces contact area and provided present but low voltage.. I fixed that situation and I suspect I can re run this whole line and solve the problem in my house now too. I have been without power up there for all these years becasue this experience with him made me afraid to spend money on another Electrician. I mean I asked to have the whole circuit re-run, which starts at the box, runs through conduit and back in to that one outlet. He just begged his way out the door like he was scared to do it and I figured that's a hint. So, I let that job go. He charged me twice as much to fail to diagnose that circuit as he did to install the Flood light, which angered and confused me too, but I paid him because he came and I agreed to the charge beforehand, but I thought he was actually going to do something besides stand there, with not testers or tools and say " Uh, I don't know". He was a really nice guy, just seemed in over his head with diagnosis.