|Sunday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Monday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Friday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
KJ's Custom Electric
About this pro
I've worked with a few electricians before, but in the future, Kevin will be my go-to man for all things electrical. I was looking for someone to install a new circuit and EV charger. Kevin responded immediately, asked me all the right questions, gave clear directions on taking pictures so he could give an accurate quote, came by in-person to do a free consultation. Hired him on-the-spot, came the following day and got the job done in little less time than he quoted. Highly recommended! Thanks again, Kevin!Jul 11, 2018VerifiedKevin J.'s reply
Alexander I sincerely thank you very much unlike waiters and others and service Industries electricians very rarely get a tip this is probably only the second or third I've had in 35 years it means a lot that you respect my work and my honesty and I am moved by it thank you again sir
Kevin is fantastic! I live in an older house, with older wiring, causing an emergency Refrigerater issue. Kevin said he would push back another appointment to help. When he arrived he checked the sub panel circuit breakers, traced a number of wiring problems, and crawled under the house. He even I.D.’ed a plumbing problem I had. Thank you for all your assistance.Jun 22, 2018VerifiedKevin J.'s reply
Nancy had a serious problem with a homemade purchased a couple of years ago that had unqualified electrician rewire a lot of the house without a permit without knowledge of how it should be done and had many problems throughout the crawl space I was able to locate many of the problems but there were leaking sewage pipes that needed correcting before a thorough investigation of the crawlspace could be finished you should always have a certified electrician do your work and your home if you're buying a home make sure it is Thoroughly inspected before purchase and if possible get a home warranty on it so that if problems are found after the purchase they can be put back on the seller too many problems are left unnoticed without a thorough investigation including the crawlspace and attic areas of a home
KJ's did a small electrical repair quickly and thoroughly. Kevin is coming back to do a couple more fixes next week.Jun 10, 2018VerifiedKevin J.'s reply
I was able to correct a problem with a sump pump and while I was there noticed several code violations throughout the garage I pointed out to Mike that they should be corrected and he agreed I came back a week later and made all the code violations correct and up to code a lot of homeowners will try to do work themselves but not knowing see Electric Code cut Corners thus making substandard work which could result in hazardous conditions and even a fire
Even though Kevin lived far outside of my service area, he went to extensive trouble to help me diagnose the problem without even paying him. I take that as a sign of his extraordinary professionalism and commitment to serve. Very helpful. I would use him in a heartbeat if I lived anywhere close to him. Highly recommend.Apr 11, 2018Verified
Kevin is very knowledgable not just about electrical issues but also other areas of home maintenance. He pleasantly repaired my issue very easily and also discussed how I can prevent the electrical problems in the future. He knows the current codes yet can also tell you what issues are a greater priority than others. I plan on calling him again for more electrical.Mar 30, 2018VerifiedKevin J.'s reply
In Sandra's sunroom addition I could smell a faint must or mold order. I explained there may be a leak on the flat roof allowing water dripping down the aluminum channels causing the tripping GFCI outlet. I suggested a call to THUMBTACK to have a roofer check for any problems on the 15 year old roof, and have it patched or repaired. I reset the circuit breaker and tested the GFI, also readjusted two motion sensors that did not work before.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The cost of a job will vary on the complexity and accessibility. I bid my jobs at $75 per hour. My price has not changed in over 15 years. Remember you get what you pay for. Don't pay for what you don't get.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I will try to ask as many questions as possible concerning their needs the more information I gather the easier it is to come up with a solution to their problems and a most cost-effective way. with modern technology and smartphone cameras a lot of the time customers can send pictures of their problems and I am able to bring the correct parts and solutions to their project the first time saving them money
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Every electrician MUST have a license to be a certified electrician. (MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THIS). Every three years the electrician must take a minimum of 32 hours of continuing education. As an electrical contractor I also maintain my membership as a journeyman electrician with IBEW 302 and all classes are free and members are encouraged to take as many different classes as possible.