I was told by appliance delivery men from a major retail furniture store that I needed to move an electrical outlet to accommodate a new double oven replacing a single oven, and that the water supply for a new refrigerator was clogged. Having spent hundreds of dollars on electricians before, and having two other electrical issues I wanted done, the $49Handyman deal for $65 sounded like a good low risk way to check things out. After returning the appliances to the store and ordering new ones elsewhere, I learned on my own the waterline was fine and it was the new appliance that was faulty so that limited my repair needs to the electrical. I learned the $49Handyman contracts out most of his electrical work. Earl, their electrician, contacted me to set up an appointment on a Saturday as he was working another job out of town during the week. He quickly determined the wires to the oven had little leeway to be moved to a "recessed" location on the wall instead of on the floor where it was supposedly blocking the oven from sitting flush with the wall. He offered two possible solutions but indicated it would be best to determine which to use after the replacement oven was delivered. He offered to come back to do the work without additional charge. In the meantime, he quickly determined the basement light switch was defective and a fire hazard (i.e. arcing and melted wires) so he replaced it on the spot. He also dismantled the bathroom fan and determined the motor was shot. He told me what parts were needed and showed me how to fix it if I wanted to do it myself which I decided to do. He offered to do the work if I had trouble, when he came back to fix the oven outlet. After he left I went to Lowe's where I ran into Earl coming out of the store. He came back into the store with me and helped me find the fan parts. In fact, he searched around and found a replacement motor so I wouldn't have to buy the whole housing, saving me about $20. The fan went together easily and exactly like he said. After the new replacement oven was delivered, I determined the outlet did not need to be moved as it would only save me an inch more of space given the design of the oven back so I did not have Earl return. I definitely would use Earl again though and given my experience, would most likely try the $49Handyman again for something.