Electrical and Lighting Services

Anisia Electrical Services, Inc.

Delano, MN

6 years in service

6 employees

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Electrical Contractor – EA005265

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Anisia means "someone who keeps their word and finishes tasks". We chose this name because that is the very principle that the company was started on. Everything about our company reflects the name Anisia.

About Anisia Electrical Services, Inc.

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Anisia Electrical Services, Inc. is a MN licensed electrical contractor who performs maintenance for commercial and residential customers. Our business is dedicated to service and maintenance.

Our highly skilled electricians and technicians have years of experience diagnosing and troubleshooting electrical, lighting, parking lot lighting, sign and neon issues.

We try to utilize technology to the fullest extent possible everyday. All our technicians carry cell phones and have access to the internet. Our office utilizes the internet, email and computerized record keeping and much more to help increase our customer service and to help stay on top of new products and changing code.

We are now an Eaton Certified Electrical Contractor.

Location

Delano, MN 55328

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  • 4/5 stars October 6, 2014

    Joel L. from Anisia Electrical Services, Inc. replied to this review on October 6, 2014:

    Thank you for the business and for the rating! We appreciate it very much.

  • 1/5 stars August 11, 2014

    Electrician did not show for the confirmed appointment on Friday, Aug 8. Multiple phone calls/voice mail (until mail box was full) and emails sent to Anisia Electrical Services, no replies from them. If there was an emergency at the company, or with the electrician, let us know, but lack of email notice to cancel or reschedule, or any change on your outgoing voice mail makes me wonder what is going on. For "someone who keeps their word and finishes tasks", they kind of failed on that.

    Joel L. from Anisia Electrical Services, Inc. replied to this review on August 11, 2014:

    Same as your comments on Facebook, BBB.org and any where else you left the same comments. We again I apologize for missing our appointment on Friday. The tech should have called you to let you know his previous job was running long and he didn't. Of course you can get your refund for your purchase and again I'm very sorry!

  • 1/5 stars May 2, 2014

    Called three times and left messages. Never called me back. Their service sucks.

    Joel L. from Anisia Electrical Services, Inc. replied to this review on May 5, 2014:

    We apologize for not responding to you in a timely manor. At times we receive dozens of phone calls per day and we try to answer/return as many calls as we can, as soon as we can.

  • 5/5 stars April 9, 2014

    Our electrician (I think his name was Mike) was great! He called beforehand to let me know he was on his way, and repaired the two issues we were dealing with. He had years of electrical experience, was friendly, and tackled our issues quickly. Looking forward to using Anisia in the future.

  • 5/5 stars March 25, 2014

    I bought a voucher on amazon I called got an appointment with a window between 11 and 12. The guy arrived at 11 did the job quickly cleaned up after himself. I was very satisfied, would recommend highly.

  • 5/5 stars December 21, 2013

    Great service - price - will use again and or reccomend

  • 5/5 stars October 17, 2013

    Prompt and complete

  • 5/5 stars June 20, 2013

    Bill, who came over to the house was very courteous and upfront and was able to detect the issue quickly.
    Thanks.

  • 5/5 stars October 5, 2012

    My experience with Anisia Electrical Services is very positive. Very reasonable prices and outstanding service. Would definitely recommend it to others.

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