Full Circuit Electric LLC
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Assistance with code requirements, fusing, bonding and grounding issues in a complex machine control system being built.Mar 3, 2016Verified
I hired Cale to come to my new home to correct issues found on a home inspection - and there were plenty of them! In addition to fixing the home inspection issues (electrical not properly grounded, no GFIs in the kitchen and baths etc.) they also added an outlet over the fireplace and moved a switch. Cale and his team were polite and very respectful of my home, dog and small child. Their quote was competitive with the others that I received for these projects and I hope to hire them again for some remodeling. Also- On time, great communication and funny (bonus!) :)Feb 29, 2016Verified
Cale is responsive, proactive, thorough, and fair. He's also great over email, which we especially appreciate at Castle. We'll be working with him again for certain!Jan 9, 2016VerifiedCale C.'s reply
Thank you so much for choosing Full Circuit! It's a pleasure to serve you.
Cale came in and did an amazing job on my electrical project. The outcome was exactly what I was looking for. Communication was great and the whole process stress free! I would definitely recommend Full Circuit Electric to anyone looking to have work done.Jul 16, 2015Verified
Had a circuit breaker tripping and could not figure out. Cale Chapman of Full Circuit replied quickly (same day evening) and was able to come next day. Very knowledgeable and thorough. Thank you, EJul 1, 2015Verified
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?After an electrician has obtained his or her journey or master license, they must complete a code update course every 3 years.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do your homework. Ask for references. Don't be fooled by a drastically low price, you will either pay for it in extras or in poorly done work.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I wish that customers had a better understanding of how difficult it is to become fully licensed in the state of Michigan. The apprenticeship for 4 years and 8,000 hours, followed by the journey exam that has a 90% failure rate, followed by 2 more years and another 4,000 hours then the even more difficult master electricians exam, and then finally the electrical contractors certification. This is just one facet of what most customers don't consider. The other thing that most people don't really know about is the physics behind electricity in general.