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Hired 121 times
11 years in business
Currently a Top Pro
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Alan installed a dryer outlet in my garage. He was on time, had all of the necessary parts needed, and finished a bit quicker than he initially estimated. He was incredibly nice, kept a very clean work area, and did spectacular work! I would not hesitate to call him again for any electrical work.Dec 22, 2018Verified
Alan did a great job installing my pendant lights and sconces! Would definitely hire him again!Oct 28, 2017Verified
We had several electrical projects that needed to be done. We needed a couple of ceiling fans installed plus wiring and installation for carriage lights and a level 2 charger. While Alan's bid wasn't the lowest, he was definitely the most qualified. He was prompt, knowledgeable, courteous and professional. He took great pride in every aspect of his work which was evident with the finished product. As a construction project manager I have worked with many contractors. Alan is at the top of my list for future electrical projects. I highly recommend his services!Sep 2, 2016Verified
Knew exactly what the problem was and fixed it in no time.Nov 18, 2018Verified
I really liked him because he was honest with me regarding what the cost would be and what he could do to keep the cost down for me. I told him that I could use my gas instead of electric for my dryer and he said that would be cost effective if I went that way. He wasn't out to make $ if I didn't need that outlet rewire.Sep 11, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My hourly rate is 85.00 dollars an hour plus the cost of materials. Normally when troubleshooting a problem it's hard to give an exact cost. This is because I don't know how long or short amount of time it will take to solve the problem. For the most part I like to give a ballpark figure to my clients.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a high school diploma, graduated in 2000. I have thousands of hours of on the job training experience. Online courses of electrical theories/ electric mathematic equations.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I began working in the electrical field at the young age of 15. I was still in high school, and on summer break I went to work with my father who is an owner operator of his electrical contracting business. I learned a lot theories and basics of electricity. When I graduated from high school I worked full time for him. In 2007 I passed the CSLB C-10 electrical exam. I officially got my contractors license In 2008. And it's been a great prosperous journey so far, and I look forward to growing my business into the future.