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  • Delta Co
    5.0
    Very professional. Showed up on time and kept me in touch with progress throughout the days. It took a day longer than expected as some material needed to be sent didn't arrive on scheduled day. Walked through the house several times, gave ideas and upgrade options. Extremely pleasant. Have already offered to hire him to do some more lighting throughout the house.
    - carole g.
  • Delta Co
    5.0
    Bobby contacted me quickly. I gave him a rundown of what was going on and he came right over. I could tell by speaking with him that he understood and knew how to do it safely. He came with his apprentice and they were friendly, easy to talk to, thorough, and clean.
    - Craig T.
  • Delta Co
    5.0
    Bobby was very professional! The work was completed in a timely manner and looks very nice! Very reasonable prices! I will call him back to complete other projects!
    - Korrenia N.
  • Integra Electrical
    5.0
    It went well, they were thorough and answered all my questions. Both guys were very nice and knowledgeable. For the little bit I ended up having done I thought the pricing was a bit high of course nowadays, what isn't. Not sure I would hire again because they charge $69.00 service charge just to come out and it does not apply to work done, it's an additional fee
    - Dyann B.
  • Wyckoff Heating & Cooling
    5.0
    the technician did an excellent job very professional and explained everything would very much like him to come out again in the future if a problem comes up
    - fred y.
  • Wyckoff Heating & Cooling
    5.0
    They answered all my questions about the geothermal unit, they also installed a humidifier on the unit. It has been giving us trouble (not Working all the time) they have responded when we call. The cost of the fall check up was Appxo. $100
    - LaMonte C.
  • Mickle Electric & Heating Inc
    5.0
    I work for a non-profit that assists seniors and low-income individuals. Mickle found out that the homeowner did not need a new furnace as quoted by the original company. They determined the thermostat was bad. They replaced the thermostat and the furnace works great. A savings of $6000. Highly recommend
    - Michelle K.
  • Handyman Connection - Phoenix
    5.0
    Bob was very professional and did all of the work. Bob was efficient and installed the lights on the fans and fixed the screen door. I have used Handyman Connection before and have always had excellent experience. They are terrific. I will continue to use Handyman Connection. Thank you!
    - Victoria F.
  • Integra Electrical
    2.0
    A bathroom in my house did not have power to any of the switches in a bathroom. After exhausting all DIY efforts to fix the problem myself, I used Angie's List to find a contractor. Integra was recommended and the reviews seemed mostly positive. They were able to get someone out relatively quickly even though this was by no means an emergency. I believe the trip charge was going to be $69 and I was fine with that. Jon showed up and had issues determining the root cause. after roughly 1.5 hours he said he would have to start billing me for diagnosing the issue. At this point, things still seemed normal so I agreed. I assumed I'd have to pay someone else to come out and take a look if I didn't agree. After another 30 minutes or so, he determined the circuit was bad to the bathroom and needed replaced so he started writing up several estimates. Full disclosure: these estimates were shown to me on a tablet so I don't have exact amounts or what they all entailed so this is all based on my 49 year old memory from a month ago. Option 1: The cost of an extra 30 minutes of diagnosing brought the charge up to $309. Keep in mind, this did not include fixing anything. I'd guess he was my house for just over 2 hours. I could pay $309 and be done, but nothing would be fixed. Option 2: Run a new circuit. This would involve running a new wire through the ceiling of a finished basement. $1800. This includes the diagnostics. Option 3: Jon shared with me that my house built in 1989 was about to burn down because the 200 amp electrical panel was in bad shape. Cost to replace panel and run new circuit to bathroom: roughly $6800. Option 4: Same as option 3 but with a surge protector of some sort on the panel: Roughly $8600. Option 5: Same as option 4, but also replacing the drop to the house and the meter. If I remember correctly, this was $16,000 or so. I asked if I could take a day to discuss this with my wife and he said if I did that he'd have to charge me the $309 and the prices quoted would go up. I googled the cost of replacing an electrical panel and showed him a Home Advisor article that said "A homeowner should expect to pay between $750 and $2,000 to UPGRADE an existing unit to a 200-amp service, including professional install.Aug 14, 2020". His response was that electrical work was expensive. I found myself to be backed in a corner at this point because my house was supposedly going to burn down, I already owed $309, and I still needed someone to fix it. There were also continued mentions of the possibility my house would burn down. I agreed to option 2 . Another electrician was scheduled to come a day or two later. Kyle came on time and to be honest, he was great. Nice guy and seemed to do good work. My only issue was that he ran a circuit a much easier way that didn't involve going through a finished room. He was done in roughly two hours, but I was still charged $1800. After this work was completed, I thought it would be in my best interest to have another electrician inspect my panel and give me an estimate to replace it. Another large, well known company in the Des Moines Metro gave me an estimate to replace the panel for $975. I scheduled them to do the work and when came out and opened up the panel informed me there was no way this panel required replacement. I paid the guy for an hour of work to seal up the meter where some moisture could possibly leak in where the service comes into the house. That's all I paid for. To summarize...if you hire Integra....expect some high pressure sales that involve scare tactics. I will never use them again. I didn't rate them an "F" only because the electrician, Kyle, did good work. I should have never had to pay that much though.
    - Scott S.
  • MAWDSLEY HOME IMPROVEMENT
    5.0
    1. Decided not to go through with this work. As products I was advised to order by contractor were out of stock and decided to do the work with a friend. 2. Looks good! 3. Floors look great; subcontracted out. Should've had couple items clearly written out before work began but happy with the work completed. Dispose of all trash/scrapes myself. I wouldn't hire again due to a couple issues but work completed was an A.
    - adam b.
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