Dexter is a nice guy, works hard, provides good value, and sticks with his pricing and dedications.
In my situation, I needed two new outlets, both of which appeared to be close to existing power sources. It turns out one actually was, and Dexter efficiently installed a GHCI outlet there for safety and per code, because it's in the bathroom by water. The other one turned out to be near a switch that just controlling a light but had no power.
After cutting several squares out of my drywall to explore where to get a line through the wall from my kitchen out to the desired location in living room, we discovered the wall was actually entirely made of very thick brick and was structural for the building. I was already stressed at the cut outs, because that meant added sheet rock patching and paint costs, and now it looked like no outlet was possible.
I wanted to drill through the structural wall but Dexter advised it's not smart to do so without permits, as this then moved past normal electrical work in an apartment. He advised snaking the line down the wall and cut out a channel through the sheet rock, around the corner, and then where the box would go, cut out the sheet rock and chisel the brick beyond it to make enough room. I was thinking oh snit, this may turn into more wall damage and mess and who knows if I wind up with an outlet at the end. But Dexter is a good communicator of the various considerations and I figured cool, let's just go for it.
He proceeded to spend a solid chunk of time hand carving the channel and snaking the metal wire cable from the existing box to the new living room one around the corner. It all came together as a workable solution.
Meanwhile, I now have a mess of open holes and this channel to cover with sheet rock, plaster and then paint over it. But we talked about each step and Dexter made sure to say he doesn't do sheet rock, checking if my other contractor who was pulling my old radiator could handle it.
Dexter meanwhile was cool to stick with our original price, knowing I now had to spend more to complete the project, and I think also understanding that he came late each day we did this project (one time was a directions NYC snafu). Once he arrived though, he was alway on top of the job, working hard, and he even swapped out a broken outlet part that we didn't originally include in the estimate.
Also, for various reasons connected to the directions snafu, we wound up at Home Depot together and he was patient and accommodating, as it was a supply run more for another project at my place than the few electrical parts we had to purchase for his part.
I recommend him if you're looking for someone to help you with your electrical projects.