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Gentec Services, Inc.

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Gentec Services, Inc.

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H.D.P.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 289

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CRITIQUE

I would tell a friend that they're fairly priced and that they know what they're doing.

I liked their prompt service and the fact that, because it's a preschool, they cleaned up everything and kept the kids' safety in mind while working.

L.I.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
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CRITIQUE

They are very professional and their pricing is fair. Nick Hooper is awesome and very professional. His technical expertise is off the chart.

I would say their workmanship and professionalism

E.B.H.M.C.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 289

Quality 10
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CRITIQUE

I'm so pleased with their work.

They finished the work in the estimated time.

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Joe Scerbo, President

Gentec Services, Inc. provides residential and commercial clients with one-stop electrical services, air conditioning and heating service/repair, maintenance agreements, and system replacements. The company’s electrical services include troubleshooting, new circuits, ceiling fans, panel upgrades, A/V, security cameras, data wiring, access control and electric vehicle (EV) charging station installations. “We offer a rare combination of technical expertise, craftsmanship and dedication to customer satisfaction,” says president and founder Joe Scerbo.

Mr. Scerbo and his employees have more than 35 years of combined electrical and HVAC experience, and they specialize in serving residential and commercial clients, property managers, and HOAs. Additionally, Gentec Services has a construction division that focuses on commercial design/build projects.

Mr. Scerbo says Gentec Services’ core principle is “Connecting Technologies Together.” Its electrical technicians are uniformed and background checked. Each technician attends more than 100 hours of technical and customer service training every year, so clients can feel at ease with their expertise.

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The Greater Bay Area

SERVICES PERFORMED

Electrical/Lighting Installation
Repair & Service
Air Conditioning & Heating Installation
Ducting & Sheet Metal
CAT-5 - Telephone
Data
Cable TV
Energy Consultants
TV Installations
Lighting Retrofits
Panel Replacements
Troubleshooting & Repair
Recessed Lighting
Hot Tub Circuits
Security Cameras
Commercial Remodels & Additions
EV Charging Stations

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A recent residential lighting installation by Gentec Services

Company Profile

Gentec Services, Inc. provides residential and commercial clients with one-stop electrical services, air conditioning and heating service/repair, maintenance agreements, and system replacements. The company’s electrical services include troubleshooting, new circuits, ceiling fans, panel upgrades, A/V, security cameras, data wiring, access control and electric vehicle (EV) charging station installations. “We offer a rare combination of technical expertise, craftsmanship and dedication to customer satisfaction,” says president and founder Joe Scerbo.

Mr. Scerbo and his employees have more than 35 years of combined electrical and HVAC experience, and they specialize in serving residential and commercial clients, property managers, and HOAs. Additionally, Gentec Services has a construction division that focuses on commercial design/build projects.

Mr. Scerbo says Gentec Services’ core principle is “Connecting Technologies Together.” Its electrical technicians are uniformed and background checked. Each technician attends more than 100 hours of technical and customer service training every year, so clients can feel at ease with their expertise.

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Company Philosophy

“We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations, from a friendly person answering our phones to on-time, uniformed service professionals. It’s truly a pleasure getting to know our customers; we realize we’re only successful when they’re satisfied. In many companies, customer service is secondary to profits. But since day one at Gentec, it’s always been about doing what’s right, even if it costs us more.”

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Joe Scerbo, owner of Gentec Services, Inc. in Livermore, is sometimes surprised by questions about the quality control measures his company uses. “I guess there are companies out there that don’t adhere to strict quality guidelines,” he says, “but for us, it’s just a matter of fact. We do the best job possible.”

That job starts with hiring only state-certified general electricians, who have greater and more rounded experience than ones with just residential certification. The general certification allows Gentec to handle a vast range of electrical services for both homes and businesses. Also, Mr. Scerbo holds a general contractor’s license, which lets him take on tasks that go beyond straightforward electrical work, such as designing and installing home theater systems.

Gentec’s services include installation of electrical wiring, closed-circuit TV systems, data centers and uninterruptable power systems (UPS), heating and air conditioning controls, home automation, and home theaters. “We do just about everything that has a wire running to it,” says Mr. Scerbo.

All Gentec’s electricians have undergone background checks. They’re also trained in customer service, and the company has an after-hours telephone service to respond to any customer questions or issues.

When assigned to a job, Gentec electricians arrive within an arranged two-hour time period and call before arriving. On the job, they put down drop cloths and wear protective booties to protect floors and furnishings. When the project is complete, Gentec holds to the firm price estimate given at the start, regardless of whether it takes longer or costs more. Mr. Scerbo guarantees that if customers aren’t happy with his company’s service, they’ll return and do the job again.

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When searching for an electrical contractor, follow the credo, “Let the buyer beware.” 

So says Joe Scerbo, owner of Gentec Services, Inc. in Livermore. “Do your due diligence,” he says. “Be sure to look at the contractor’s license and insurance certificates. And check references. Don’t just take their word at face value.” Reputable electricians expect to be asked for these things and should be happy to provide verification.

People should also be aware of who they’re letting into their homes. “Don’t be carefree about the people you hire to do the work,” says Mr. Scerbo. Ask if the firm has done background checks on its employees and how long they’ve worked for the company.

Finally, Mr. Scerbo recommends looking for a company that requires its employees to undergo consistent retraining. No one is so experienced or knows so much that they can’t benefit from extra training, he says. The field is constantly changing with new products, services and best practices, especially regarding conservation and available rebates, so electricians need periodic updates to keep current. “Training keeps you sharp,” says Mr. Scerbo. “When doing electrical work, safety is very important, and you can’t afford to let your guard down.”

Be Eco-Wise with LED Lights 
With more and more people concerned about the environment, building and decorating Green has never been more popular. One of the easiest ways for homeowners to limit their environmental impact is to consider replacing the lighting inside their home.

Incandescent bulbs waste energy and burn out quickly, and when the more energy-efficient fluorescent bulbs outlive their usefulness, they pollute the earth with the toxic mercury they contain. A new lighting revolution is giving homeowners an innovative option.

The LED Difference
Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology provides homes with beautiful illumination while reducing the negative environmental impact of traditional bulbs. Here’s why it is fast becoming the leading eco-friendly choice:

* LED lights are long lasting: 20 times longer.

LED provides uncompromising light that will last 20 times longer than a traditional incandescent bulb and five times longer than a compact fluorescent bulb (CFL). You may never have to change your bulb again because each light is estimated to last 50,000 hours.

* LED lights use less energy: 85 percent less.

Incandescent and fluorescent bulbs consume substantially more energy than LED’s. You can easily observe this based on the amount of heat they give off. LED options generate almost no heat and consume a whopping 85 percent less energy than incandescents and 50 percent less than flourescents. For example, eight LED retrofit replacement bulbs consume only 96 watts and provide enough light for an entire room.

If every U.S. homeowner replaced one incandescent bulb with an LED, it would have the same effect as having 4 million fewer cars on the road.

* LED lights produce less waste: No hazardous toxins in your home.

Because the LED lights last so long, there is less waste going into landfills. Unlike compact fluorescent bulbs, these lights do not contain dangerous mercury. You won’t have to worry about disposing of the bulbs properly or having toxins in your home.

Adding LEDs to Your Home
Homeowners are using LED lights anywhere they have 6-inch recessed cans installed. Check GreenHomeExperts.com for options that will seamlessly fit into the architecture and lighting needs of any home. LED retrofit replacements are easy to install and can be screwed into existing recessed lighting fixtures. Some existing fixtures or housings may require minor modification. Although you may want to hire a handyman to help with installation, many homeowners are able to complete the task themselves. An expensive electrician should not be required.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need surge protection for my electronic equipment and appliances?
A: “California isn’t prone to large numbers of electrical storms, like Florida or the southern United States, but we do get an electrical storm once or twice a year. For those with valuable electronic equipment—and every major appliance, including refrigerators and dishwashers, has at least one circuit board—we generally recommend a whole-house surge suppressor. It’s installed in either the electrical panel or outside the building and provides superior protection to the surge strips found at electronics stores.”
 
Q: I’m thinking about remodeling and adding a home theater. Can you install that? When should I contact you?
A: “We not only install home theaters, we design them and sell their components and cabinets. The best time to start talking with us is before the remodeling job starts. We can usually save you a lot of money if we integrate the home theater system into your remodel at the beginning.”
 
Q: Do you do home automation?
A: “We do lighting automation. We’re Lutron-certified and install Lutron RadioRA lighting control systems.”
 
Q: Do I really need an attic fan?
A: “Most people don’t think about it, but heat rises, and air in the attic gets superheated in the summer. This heat transfers into the sheet rock and heats the whole house, so it costs a lot more to cool the house with an air conditioner. Often, we can install a solar-powered attic fan that costs no money to run. But a whole-house fan is even better.”
 
Q: How do I know if I need a panel upgrade?
A: “There’s no easy answer. It largely depends on the age of the house, how many people live there, your lifestyle, and what your future power requirements are likely to be. If you’re looking to install a hot tub and your home was built in the 1950s or 60s, you probably need a panel upgrade. If you’re looking to sell the house in a few years, an upgrade probably isn’t a wise investment. We’re happy to help you determine if you need an upgrade. We’re not out to make sales, and we’ll give you the best advice for your particular situation.”
 
Q: What’s a whole-house fan? Does it really save money?
A: “Whole-building fans have been a staple of commercial architecture for a while, but have only recently been used in residences. Basically, when it’s cooler outside, usually in the morning or evening, the system goes into an economizer cycle and draws in air from the outside to cool the house. Aside from the $100 rebate you get from PG&E, it saves a lot of money on heating and air conditioning costs.The systems are centrally located and usually installed near bedrooms, because those are the rooms most people want to cool in the evening. The systems designed for retrofitting have models that fit between the existing studs, so there usually isn’t extensive carpentry involved in the installation. They’re computer controlled, quiet, and have dampers that close when the system isn’t in use, so you don’t lose heat in the winter.”
 
Q: What are “energy vampires” and why do you promote awareness about them?
A: “That’s something we educate our customers about for their benefit, to help them be Greener and reduce their carbon footprint. Energy vampires are electronic components and appliances that draw power even when not in use. A cell phone charger, for example, consumes power even when you’re not charging your phone. Any appliance with a sleep mode, including TVs, stereos and almost anything with a remote control, is an energy vampire. For many people, as much as 20 percent of their monthly electric bill is due to energy vampires. The best thing to do is unplug these devices when you’re not using them. Of course, there are drawbacks. If a device has a preset or a memory, you may lose that when you unplug it. And you probably want your TV plugged in all the time when you’re home, so you can turn it on and off with the remote. But you can unplug the TV when you go away for the weekend.”
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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Nick Hopper

Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • Nick Hopper is HVAC Division Manager at Gentec Services, Inc., a Diamond Certified company since 2006. He can be reached at (925) 480-7957 or by email.

Nick Hopper: HVAC Versatility

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Program Reporter

LIVERMORE — In the 15 years that he’s spent in the HVAC field, Nick Hopper has been involved in almost every aspect of the industry. “I started out helping my dad, who was a residential installation technician, and I gradually worked my way up to becoming a journeyman installer,” he recounts. “After working in residential service, I got into commercial HVAC and later went to work for a distributor, where I sold parts and equipment directly to contractors.”

After five years in distribution, Nick joined Gentec Services, Inc. as HVAC Division Manager, where he says he enjoys being back on the service side of the business. “What I really like about doing HVAC service is the opportunity to interact with homeowners and educate them about their systems.”

A resident of Oakley (where he lives with his wife, Teresa), Nick expresses his appreciation for the amicable attributes of his Contra Costa County locale. “You can’t beat the weather, although sometimes I wish it was a little more extreme for business reasons,” he laughs. “There are lots of rural areas and farmland where I live, so we have a nice mix of city and country.”

When he’s not working, Nick engages in a variety of active pastimes. “Teresa and I enjoy playing with our dogs, Pippi and Sapphire, and we also like finding new restaurants, watching movies, and going salsa dancing.” As much as they enjoy being out and about, Nick says lately they’ve been spending much of their time at home. “We bought our first house about a year ago, and we’ve been putting a lot of time into developing it. I’m currently renovating the garage, and my next big project is to do some landscaping in the backyard.”

In regard to his professional career, Nick espouses the importance of the trust bond between client and contractor. “Regardless of the nature of the work, homeowners want to hire someone they can trust, which is something we take very seriously at Gentec,” he affirms. “That’s why we have such a rigorous hiring process—we want to make sure each of our employees is not only capable in the trade, but also exhibits attributes of personal integrity.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he could retire tomorrow, Nick says he’d relocate to Costa Rica. “That’s where my parents retired, and I’d like to do the same thing. I’m a certified scuba diver, so I’d love to get a house on the beach and just go scuba diving all the time.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: Do you have a favorite restaurant?
A: Cap’s Oak Street Bar & Grill in Brentwood.

Q: Do you consider yourself an early bird or a night owl?
A: Night owl. I require copious amounts of coffee to get moving in the morning.

Q: What’s your favorite snack?
A: Nachos.

Q: Do you have a favorite TV show?
A: Currently, it’s “Game of Thrones.”

Q: Do you prefer music or talk radio?
A: Talk radio. I’m a big San Francisco Giants fan, so I listen to KNBR 680 a lot.

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  • The Importance of a Correctly-Sized HVAC System

    LIVERMORE — When replacing your furnace or air conditioner, a crucial consideration is making sure the new system is correctly proportioned to your home’s needs. This is because when an HVAC system is improperly sized, the typical result is lowered operating efficiency. A common symptom of improperly-sized equipment is known as short-cycling, where the system is continually turning on and off in an attempt to regulate the constantly fluctuating temperature. In addition to a reduction in system efficiency, short-cycling leads to higher operating costs and shortened system lifespan.

    According to national surveys, over half of HVAC contractors do not properly size systems for the homes they install them in, so be sure to ask a contractor about his process prior to hiring. Make sure he uses an approved calculation method for determining system sizing, which will account for attributes like windows, doors, walls and insulation, as well as factors like the home’s orientation in relation to the sun. By hiring an expert installer (as well as doing some of your own research) you can be sure to make the most of your HVAC investment.

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Video: Properly Sizing Your HVAC System

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LIVERMORE — Host, Sarah Rutan: When planning to install a new heating & cooling system in your home, one of the most important considerations is making sure it’s the correct size. Today we’re in Livermore with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Nick Hopper to learn more.

Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Nick Hopper: When buying or replacing your HVAC system, it’s important to choose the correct system size for your home. National surveys have included that over half of HVAC contractors do not properly size their system for the home. Improperly sized HVAC equipment can result in lower efficiencies, higher operating costs, and break down sooner.

A licensed contractor should use a approved calculation method for determining your correct system sizing. A proper load calculation factors in your home with windows, doors, walls, insulation, orientation to the sun, building construction, and many other factors.

Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Joe Scerbo

Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • Joe Scerbo is a 35-year veteran of the electrical industry and president of Gentec Services, Inc., a Diamond Certified company since 2006. He can be reached at (925) 480-7957 or by email.

Joe Scerbo: An Electric State of Mind

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

LIVERMORE — Growing up, Joe Scerbo wasn’t the best at working with his hands, but when it came to securing a career in the trades, his mental aptitude more than compensated. “Honestly, I would have been a carpenter, but I couldn’t swing a hammer without bending the nail,” he laughs. “Still, I knew I wanted to go into a trade after high school, so I decided to focus on electrical. I did a two-year Electrical Construction and Maintenance program in my home state of New York, following which I started working in the field.”

Not long after, Joe made a big move both professionally and residentially. “I was all set to begin a telecommunications program at Utica College in New York, but then I took a trip to California and fell in love with it,” he remembers. “I went back home, packed up my tools and drove across the country. I found a job right away and spent the next 10 years working for a number of different companies, including seven years with the electrical workers’ union. In 2000, I got my electrical license and started my own company soon after.”

Since founding Gentec Services, Inc. in 2003, Joe has continued to expand upon the scope of his company’s capabilities. “When we first started, it was just me and an apprentice doing electrical work,” he explains. “About five years ago, we started an HVAC division, and just last year we got into home security and automation, so we’ve really come a long way.”

Today, Joe says his favorite part of his job is developing relationships with his employees and clients alike. “I love seeing my employees reach new goals and take their careers to the next level, as well as be able to provide for their families. I also enjoy getting to know our clients and forming long-term relationships with them.”

A resident of Livermore (where he lives with his wife, Pamela, and their two daughters), Joe expresses his appreciation for the mild Bay Area climate. “Being from New Jersey, I moved here specifically for the weather. Being a tradesman is tough to begin with, and being out in bad weather makes it even harder, so it’s a real blessing to work in a moderate climate. Plus, I love to barbeque, so the good weather helps with that, too.”

In regard to his life and career, Joe cites a favorite scriptural passage to explain his central philosophy. “I get my philosophy from 1 Peter 4:10, which reads, ‘Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others.’ I feel it’s important that I’m not only using my abilities to make money, but to help others as well, including my clients and employees.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Joe simply replies that he wouldn’t. “I don’t see the purpose of retiring. I enjoy running my business and plan to keep doing it as long as I can. I suppose one day I might take the opportunity to relax and travel more, but the idea of retiring completely just doesn’t appeal to me.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite sports team?
A: The San Francisco Giants.

Q: What was your first car?
A: A 1974 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: Crustacean in San Francisco.

Q: The Beatles or the Rolling Stones?
A: The Rolling Stones.

Q: If you could talk to anyone living or dead, who would it be?
A: My Grandpa Scott. He was around for the better part of my young life, and now that I’m an adult, I’d love the opportunity to ask him some questions about life.

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  • Wave of the Future: Intelligent Personal Assistants

    LIVERMORE — There’s no doubt that technology has revolutionized the way we live and function in today’s world. From smartphones that provide us with instant information to home automation that enables control of our heating, lighting and security systems from a central source, we truly live in an amazing time. However, as remarkable as this all is, it’s only getting better. Enter the intelligent personal assistant.

    Imagine if your home automation system didn’t just streamline your home’s operations, but could also help you manage your schedule, give you the weather forecast and even order food. With intelligent personal assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, this is exactly the case. Not only can Alexa do all of these things and more, it does them via voice command. All you have to do is say, “Alexa” followed by whatever you want, whether it’s to turn on a light, make a date on your calendar, ask a question or stream music.

    What’s more, Alexa is fully compatible with your existing technology—it can interact with smart devices like the Nest Learning Thermostat, has built-in support for streaming services like Spotify, and offers weather and news reports from AccuWeather and TuneIn, respectively. Even digital accounts and services that aren’t directly supported by Alexa can be linked and accessed via your smartphone. Additionally, as of 2017, restaurants like Domino’s Pizza and Wingstop are supporting direct ordering through Alexa.

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Video: A.I. Personal Assistants

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LIVERMORE — Host, Sarah Rutan: As the latest innovation in home automation technology, A.I. personal assistants are making life easier for modern homeowners. Today we’re in Livermore with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Joe Scerbo of Gentec Services, Inc. to see how.

Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Joe Scerbo: So, today we’re going to be talking about personal assistants and how they can help you in your lifestyle.  You can tell Alexa to tell alarm.com to turn the family room lights on.  Alexa, tell alarm.com to turn the family room lights on.

Alexa: Turning on the family room lights.

Joe Scerbo: Alexa, tell alarm.com to lock the front door.

Alexa: Locking the front door lock.

Joe Scerbo: These are some of the ways we can utilize technology to not only save energy and keep your home secure, but make your life simpler.

Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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Gentec Services, Inc. : Average 8.8 out of 10 based on 289 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

H.D.P.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell a friend that they're fairly priced and that they know what they're doing.

I liked their prompt service and the fact that, because it's a preschool, they cleaned up everything and kept the kids' safety in mind while working.

L.I.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very professional and their pricing is fair. Nick Hooper is awesome and very professional. His technical expertise is off the chart.

I would say their workmanship and professionalism

E.B.H.M.C.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I'm so pleased with their work.

They finished the work in the estimated time.

Marcus T.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We had a very minor problem that they came out for, which they fixed, and then charged us the minimal amount. I'm glad they were honest about what the problem was.

I liked their honesty.

Alexandra S.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They stuck to their estimate, they arrived on time, and they cleaned up their work area.

I didn't have to call them back to do it again.

Steve C.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty No
CRITIQUE

They're good, and they did what they were supposed to do. They came over, and they found and fixed the short. It took them awhile, but I have no complaints.

They did what they were supposed to do, and they were good.

Linda H.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very honest and thorough.

They were prompt, and they didn't try to overwhelm me.

Ray C.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are knowledgeable, and their pricing is fair and reasonable.

They involved me during the entire project. I felt very confident because of their direct communication and honesty.

Rich P.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I always think they are the best, although, they are a little expensive.

They are very competent, and the guys they send out are very professional.

Bill S.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them that they're very courteous and that they did a job well done.

I liked that they were courteous and on time.

Linda H.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a great job.

They were on time, did what they said they were going to do, and completed the job by the deadline.

John P.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very professional and very upfront.

They delivered on what they said.

Dublin C.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I am completely satisfied. I would recommend them.

They are very efficient.

Carl B.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable and thorough.

They are reliable and thorough.

Bob T.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The same guy, Al has come out to our place several times. He's been really good every time. He takes pictures of the problems, so that we can see exactly what needs repairing. He explains what's going on to us, which is really helpful. Al is just really good at fixing things. We love him to pieces.

My wife thinks that the most important thing is to show up on time, and Al always calls ahead. She also appreciates how neat he keeps everything. I like that he explains what he's doing, and he does it right.

Cindy V.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very responsive, they know what they are doing, and they're friendly.

They came out when they promised and they got the job done.

Felicia S.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're very reliable, efficient, polite, and knowledgeable. I was so pleased with them.

I liked that they were so knowledgeable. I think they do a great job.

Christine H.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They came when they said they would, helped me solve some problems that were out of the ordinary, with no complaints, and without any extra charge. They wore booties to be careful about keeping things clean in our home. I was very happy with them.

I liked that the technician was friendly, personable, and did what we needed exactly. I was very satisfied.

Leah B.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 289

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very personable, with great customer service. Specifically, we really enjoyed working with the gentleman who came to do the work.

We liked that the person we worked with was really knowledgeable and he took the time to explain everything he was doing to us. We thought he was fantastic.

Karen A.

VERIFIED Gentec Services, Inc. CUSTOMER

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Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a good job. They solved the problem.

I like that they were on time, they found what the root of the problem was, and they're friendly.

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