Eric and his crew installed a generator for us. Excellent work and clean up, great pricing, inspector was extremely impressed with their work, highly recommend them. If you need a generator, or electrical work, look no further!Nov 7, 2014
Eric is my electrician for life. He bid, performed, and got the work he did inspected with no hassle to me. His work is excellent, he is fast and friendly, and finally professional and can answer all your electrical questions. He is one of the best trade professionals I have ever found. I won't ever worry about finding an electrician again.Jul 2, 2011Verified
About this pro
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LocationAuburn, WA 98092
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We don't do complicated pricing. We offere "Up front prices". Before we do any work you will be give a quote showing the work to be performed and the cost. Work areas are left clean the work is guarnteed.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Getting in to the electrical trade was my Uncle's fault down in the Portland Area. Years ago he told me it a good trade to get into. Now after many years Washington Electric has been "born" and I have found it very satisfying to service my client's needs.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Here are some common jobs that we handle. There is a huge variety. But these are some of the main ones. 200amp panel upgrades (often as part of an addition) Relocate a service mast (sometimes due AUD being built or a shed) Troubleshoot nonworking outlets(usually handled with minimum $89 charge) Install can lighting ($50 to $100 per can) Install speaker wires Hot tub wiring Knob and tube re-wires (insurance companies requiring these sometimes) pricing varies, but $7,500 to 10,500 will do an average sized bungalo on capital hill) Small business outlets, plugs and lights Generator transfer switches Automatic Generators ($4,500 installed for the generac and $8,995 for the Kohler version)