About this pro
14 years in business
241 hires on Thumbtack
Angel was a pleasure to work with a true professional in every aspect. Out of 5 electricians contacted he was the first to contact me and set up an appointment,was on time and walked me through the process and resolved the problem expediently. I will definite use him for all my electrical needs in the future Tu .Thumbtack.Dec 1, 2018Verified
Working with Angel at AES electrical was a pleasure. We are VERY satisfied with his work and intend on making him our “go to” electrician. He ran a dedicated 240 watt line and installed an EV charger for my new Chevy Volt. He was well prepared, professional and responsive to our needs. You will not be disappointed if you decide to use his services.Nov 30, 2018Verified
If I could give AES Electrical Services 10 stars I would. Angel was professional, fair, punctual and just all around amazing! He took care of every aspect of my electric panel upgrade and I literally didn’t have to lift a finger. He kept me informed of the process and updated with inspection dates, etc. and he even painted my new panel to match the color of my house. Highly Highly HIGHLY recommended!!! Thanks Angel!Oct 24, 2018Verified
Quick response and very knowledgeable. Replaced my outlets quick and inspected all outlets to make sure everything was working before left! Great job.Nov 24, 2018Verified
Quick response. Professional and respectful. All equipment provided for the job. Cleaned up after himself and it was as if he was never there. Will absolutely hire again for future work on my home.Nov 20, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge from $20 an hour or more depending on the service , or I quote a flat fee per job rather than an hourly rate, depending on the scope and type of work to be performed. free consultation!!:) Adding an electrical outlet typically starts at $60-$125 to replace an existing standard outlet with a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) Upgrading an electrical panel typically costs $800-$1,200 to change an existing panel to 100 amps, or $1,500-$2,000 for a new panel. It can cost $1,300-$3,000 to upgrade to 200 amps and $2,000-$4,000 for 400 amps. Expect to pay $400-$1,000 for installing a new sub-panel. An electric baseboard heater can cost $125-$300 (not including the heater); and expect to pay $100-$250 to have an electrician install a wall-mounted towel warmer. Installation of recessed lighting in a ceiling that's already torn open for remodeling typically costs $50-$150 per light; installation of recessed can lights designed to fit in a small opening can cost $70-100 depends , or more if access is limited. And it can cost $400-$1,000 to install a power transfer switch on a home's main electrical panel to make it possible for a portable generator to power several circuits with a single extension cord.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Finding out what the customer wants to get done and accomplish. After listening to the customer give them a couple of suggestions to make the project easier and professional. Making sure the customer 100% satisfied ans happy with my work.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I'm a journeyman certified by the CSLB of California since 2004. C-10 Electrical license to be my own boss. I'm in the process to take another test to obtain another license C-46 to be a Solar contractor.
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