Jim is a FL Certified Electrical Contractor (# EC13009124) with over 35 year experience.
Jim & Diane are professional and reliable, licensed and insured specializing in residential electrical work.
Typical customer projects are replacement fans, lights, outlets and switches, new outlets, flat screen TV mount installation, landscape lighting, breaker replacement, surge protectors and troubleshooting.
We will get your project done correctly the first time. Our goal is to give you a fare price, schedule quickly and that you are 100% satisfied.
What should the customer know about your pricing ? Our pricing is very fare. We are a small family owned business that will solve your electrical needs.
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We contact the Client, discuss the project, submit an estimate, if accepted, obtain all necessary approvals, do the work, collect payment, and do a follow-up for customer satisfaction.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Jim hold a BS in electrical & power engineering and is a FL state licensed contractor.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work? Provide as much info about the job as you can. Hire a licensed professional.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?The size of the project, is the cost within budget, what do they expect the final project to look like and/do. Communicate their expectations to the contractor and get a written estimate.
- What forms of payment to you accept? Cash, Check, Credit Card and Zelle. We impose a surcharge on credit cards that is not greater than our cost of acceptance.
UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS ALERT
Cities urge homeowners to not knowingly hire an unlicensed contractor, reminding homeowners that doing so is illegal. Not only would you not be able to sue the contractor or get recovery funds in the event of a breach of contract, but you could face a $5,000 fine from DBPR. Homeowners could also be liable to pay unpaid subcontractors and any potential on-the-job injuries. Unlicensed contractors do not have insurance coverage. Any injury which occurs on your property will be a claim against your insurance.