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Hired 7 times
27 years in business
Circuit breaker panel or fuse box,
Electrical and Wiring Repair
Was able to come out on short notice and diagnose and repair my electrical issues quickly and for a good priceJul 6, 2015Verified
Switch and Outlet Installation
Found Sams Electric on Thumbtack. Jonathan Davis came out and gave me an estimate on some basic electric repairs. He came out three days later and did a great job. Prompt, efficient, reasonable and friendly...would definitely recommend to others.Dec 22, 2014Verified
Switch and Outlet Repair
On time, reasonable prices and very friendly! I will use them again for my electrical issues. Number is saved in my contacts.Jul 9, 2015Verified
Jonathan Davis was outstanding with his electrical work. He came and installed a couple of ceiling fans. He charges a very reasonable rate. It only took a little while, and he worked with me on a time that worked well for my schedule. Thank you so much! I would highly recommend.Dec 16, 2014
I contacted Sam's Electric on one of the coldest days because my breakers kept tripping because of our heating units. Mr. Davis showed up and not only was he very professional, he was above all knowledgeable. He solved the problem and we no longer have to worry about our breakers! ***Highly Recommended***Dec 17, 2014
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Working with new customers is the same as working with current customers. The amount of service and quality remains the same for life. When a new customer calls us and we set a time to meet, I usually ask questions about the project as well as a few personal questions to build a relationship with the person. My goal in meeting a new customer is to make a new friend and life long customer.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I have worked with home builders to homeowners. Each customer will get the same respect, quality and attention they deserve.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask questions, and ask as many as you can think of. A professional will be more than happy to answer any and all questions. After all, this is YOUR home we are working in.