Smart Electrical Solutions LLC
This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
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Electrical and Wiring Repair
I highly recommend Smart Electric. They were on time, did a nice job and left the place cleaner than when they started.Jul 24, 2020Verified
Saulo is very kind, pleasant and very professional. Explains everything and tells you exactly what you need. Fairly priced and Excellent workmanship. If you need an electrician. You should definitely try Smart Electrical Solutions. You won’t be disappointed.Mar 22, 2020Verified
Saulo was great - he talked the job through with us, made suggestions and listened to our preferences. He and his crew were courteous, clean and professional. We are very happy with Smart Electrical and the job they did for us - new recessed lights in several areas of our home!Jul 24, 2020Verified
We hired saulo to have a lot of lights, install some outlets, and do some minor electrical repairs. He was a pleasure to work with - fair, timely, thorough, knowledgeable and flexible. He was a great communicator from the start - gave me different options for pricing, explained complications with a cathedral ceiling. I couldn’t be home for some of the work but he kept me abreast via text to make sure everything was to my liking. He also provided counsel on some inquiries outside of the original scope. Highly recommend.Aug 7, 2018Verified
Smart electrical did a excellent job on my kitchen lighting . I am renovating kitchen with all new updated lighting and was able to use them for the entire job , and will continue to use them for the rest of my renovations.. the price is fair , they did a timely job and were very profrsional and honest ..Aug 13, 2018Verified
License Type: Electrical Contractor – Unlimited (CT)
License Type: Electrician (CT)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Every project is different, but there are basically three different ways I price jobs: Fixed price, time/material, or a mix of both. FIXED PRICE: For small to large projects with a set of plans, and open walls (or an open attic/basement for certain jobs) I will provide an itemized estimate for the project that includes labor and materials. TIME/MATERIAL: For service calls where something isn't working, or perhaps you would like move a wall and I don't know what we will find, then I will change a service fee of $130 for my first hour, and then per hour after that and add the materials to the invoice. MIXED: Let's say part you are doing a bathroom remodel. For the part of the job that is straight forward such as exhaust fan, and recessed lighting and you took down you ceiling or I have access from the attic, then I will give you a fixed price for that, but then the wall that you are knocking down with a few outlets, that will be time/materials.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically we will talk on the phone so we can figure out what is needed, for everything besides troubleshooting I usually come out to look at the project, then send a quote through email. If agreed upon, then we set a date to start the project. For larger projects we require signing a contract and payments in accordance to the contract.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I did four years of tech school, followed by a four year apprenticeship in Stamford at Vogue Electric Inc where I got my license. Worked at the company for a total of seven years doing everything from pool wiring, smart switches, commercial and residential jobs. After that worked another four years for Aerial Electric running a crew that ranged from six to over 30 electricians building apartment buildings in Stamford, Norwalk, and Danbury.