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AC Electric

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AC Electric

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 57 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Joel P.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

1 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel like they are honest and very good at what they are doing. They are also priced amazingly well.

I think the pricing, electrical guys can really charge whatever they want if you don't know anything, but they were honest and gave me fair pricing.

Gabriel N.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

2 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Nice guy and honest

They are professional.

Sheryl A.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

3 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are an honest company who does excellent work.

I would say their honesty

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Michael Martins, Owner

AC Electric installs and repairs lighting systems, performs LED retrofits and service upgrades, handles the electrical wiring for remodeling projects, and provides various electrical contracting services for residential and commercial clients throughout Marin County. The company also has the ability to install home automation systems that allow homeowners to conveniently control their lights, shades and thermostats from their smartphones or tablets.

Owner Michael Martins says AC Electric’s creative, customer-oriented approach to electrical work has been an important aspect of its success. “We really enjoy collaborating with our clients to come up with imaginative solutions to their electrical needs. It’s a great feeling when we’re able to combine our creativity and professional skills to accomplish the results they envision.”

AC Electric maintains a staff of certified and licensed technicians who are continually trained on the latest technological and procedural advancements in the electrical industry. “Our technicians possess years of on-the-job experience, and they know exactly what it takes to achieve quality results,” says Mr. Martins. “They’re also personable and neat when they’re working, which makes our clients more comfortable with the entire process.”

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Service AREA

Marin County
Mill Valley
San Rafael
Novato
San Anselmo
Corte Madera
Belvedere
Tiburon
Larkspur
Fairfax.

SERVICES PERFORMED

Lighting Installation & Repair
LED Retrofits
Service Upgrades
Electrical Rewiring for Remodeling Projects
Home Automation
Subpanel Relocation & Replacement
GFCI Installation

BRANDS Supported
  • Lutron

  • Cutler-Hammer

  • Leviton

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A recent lighting installation project by AC Electric

Company Profile

AC Electric installs and repairs lighting systems, performs LED retrofits and service upgrades, handles the electrical wiring for remodeling projects, and provides various electrical contracting services for residential and commercial clients throughout Marin County. The company also has the ability to install home automation systems that allow homeowners to conveniently control their lights, shades and thermostats from their smartphones or tablets.

Owner Michael Martins says AC Electric’s creative, customer-oriented approach to electrical work has been an important aspect of its success. “We really enjoy collaborating with our clients to come up with imaginative solutions to their electrical needs. It’s a great feeling when we’re able to combine our creativity and professional skills to accomplish the results they envision.”

AC Electric maintains a staff of certified and licensed technicians who are continually trained on the latest technological and procedural advancements in the electrical industry. “Our technicians possess years of on-the-job experience, and they know exactly what it takes to achieve quality results,” says Mr. Martins. “They’re also personable and neat when they’re working, which makes our clients more comfortable with the entire process.”

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Company Philosophy

“We think of our clients as family members, so we always treat their properties with respect and make sure they’re completely satisfied throughout every step of their projects. By taking a personal approach to electrical work, we’re able to provide each customer with design and installation options that meet their specific needs.”

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for lighting contractors that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For AC Electric, the key to achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction is simple: treat each client’s property with the utmost respect, regardless of the size of their project. “When we go to a customer’s home or business, we ask ourselves, ‘How would we approach this job if this was our property?’” says owner Michael Martins. “We make the design accordingly and provide the client with options they hadn’t even considered, which allows us to achieve unique results that provide long-term satisfaction.”

AC Electric has been installing and repairing lighting systems, performing LED retrofits and service upgrades, handling the electrical wiring for remodeling projects, and providing various electrical contracting services for residential and commercial clients throughout Marin County since 2003. The company also has the in-house capabilities to install automation systems that allow homeowners to control their lights, shades and thermostats from their smartphones or tablets.

Unlike less experienced lighting contractors that use outdated installation and design methods in an effort to reduce their operating costs, AC Electric uses the latest, most efficient techniques available. “For example, we focus on LED lighting upgrades so we can make our clients’ properties more energy-efficient and reduce their electrical bills,” explains Mr. Martins. “Ultimately, we want every customer to have a system that makes their property more efficient, lets them control their lighting in user-friendly ways, and saves them time and money.”

Another distinguishing attribute of AC Electric is its dedication to helping its clients save money on their lighting projects, which Mr. Martins says isn’t always a given in the industry. “We make sure our customers don’t spend money on things that don’t fulfill their needs. There’s no reason to replace or install a product that won’t produce the results the client wants or improve the performance of their lights, so we make sure they know that before making any suggestions.”

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Industry Info
If you’re taking on a home lighting project, make sure you understand how Title 24 requirements affect your options.

You’re certainly not alone if you don’t know what Title 24 is or how it applies to you, but that doesn’t exempt you from adhering to the lighting efficiency requirements it defines. In fact, if your home doesn’t meet Title 24 standards, you could be on the hook for violation fees.

So, what is Title 24? “Title 24 requirements say that 50 percent of all the wattage in residential kitchens must be high-efficiency,” explains Michael Martins, owner of AC Electric in Novato. “That might sound simple, but homeowners who don’t understand the complexities can run into trouble. For example, incandescent pendant lights draw about 60 watts per light, so if you install them in your kitchen, they can eat up a lot of your total allotted wattage under Title 24. It’s trickier than most people think, and it can cause big problems if you don’t pay attention.”

Luckily, there’s a solution that won’t leave homeowners in the dark. “Good lighting companies can design a system that uses a few incandescent lights but also satisfies Title 24 requirements by using mostly high-efficiency lighting,” explains Mr. Martins. He also recommends installing efficient lighting throughout your home and making a few exceptions for style. “High-efficiency lighting should be the rule, but you can add a few accent lights to create an overall feeling of warmth.”

That goes for the kitchen, living room and even bedrooms. “Many homeowners are reluctant to put LED lights in their bedrooms, and I don’t blame them—they don’t look the same as incandescent fixtures when you dim them,” says Mr. Martins. “However, you can use LEDs at strategic points and add a few accent lights that will give you the sense you want for each room without sacrificing efficiency.”

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can you give me an estimate for my project?
A: “We can usually give good ballpark estimates when we’re onsite, but if you want a firm, written estimate, we can provide that shortly after our initial visit.”
 
Q: Can you work on several projects at once?
A: “Absolutely. When you book a job, we’ll leave a little extra time so we’re available to help you if you decide to add something to the project. We prefer to know ahead of time, but we’ll take care of you if we can.”
 
Q: Who will I talk to when I call your company?
A: “You’ll reach Michael Martins, the owner of the company. You’ll always get the answers you’re looking for because he can tell you exactly what you need to know about your project.”
 
Q: Can you help me decide what type of lighting is best for my needs?
A: “Yes. Title 24 dictates energy standards for lighting in California, but most people have no idea what those are or how they apply to their situations. We’ll educate you about Title 24 requirements and which types of fixtures meet those requirements. We’ll also help you understand what’s available in terms of brands and pricing. Lighting is becoming a very specialized field, especially with the advent of LED and high-efficiency products, so we really focus on helping our clients understand their options.”
 
Q: Can you help me pick out new lighting fixtures?
A: “Yes, we’ll sit down with you and look at numerous options until we find something you like. We can even order fixtures online once you make a decision. Also, our distributor has a showroom, so we can send you there to look at options and find the lighting fixtures that meet your needs. Once you pick out what you want, the showroom’s lighting designer will call us and we’ll take over from there.”
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  • Michael Martins is a 31-year veteran of the electrical industry and owner of AC Electric, a Diamond Certified company since 2015. He can be reached at (415) 231-2028 or by email.

Michael Martins: Powerage

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

NOVATO — Most electrical professionals get their start in the industry by landing an apprenticeship or going to trade school, but for Michael Martins, it all began with rock and roll. “I was a roadie back in the ’70s and ’80s,” he explains. “I worked with almost every band that was popular back then: David Bowie, ZZ Top, Fleetwood Mac, you name it. I got into stage lighting, which was where I learned how to do electrical work. By 1985, I was tired of working every weekend and decided I wanted a nine-to-five job, so I started doing electrical wiring for a general contractor. After that, I worked for an electrical contractor until I eventually decided to strike out on my own.”

Today, as owner of AC Electric, Michael says his favorite part of his job is the satisfaction he gets from lighting up his customers’ lives. “I love transforming my clients’ homes by upgrading their lighting. A lot of times, I’ll come into a house that’s poorly lit and spend the day making improvements, and by the time I leave, everything is bright and looking great. That gives me a good feeling of accomplishment.”

Originally from the East Coast, Michael moved to the Bay Area when he was 18. Today, as a resident of Novato (where he lives with his wife, Deborah), Michael expresses his appreciation for life in the North Bay Area. “You can’t beat the weather, and the people are great, too,” he says. “California is very progressive, so I fit right in here.”

Outside of work, Michael’s favorite pastime is cruising around on his Harley-Davidson. “Deborah and I are weekend warriors, and we’ve put about 30,000 miles on our bike over the last four years,” he affirms. “I think we’ve checked out every road within 300 miles of where we live. One time, we rode all the way to Big Sur, ate some hamburgers and rode home.” Additionally, Michael and his wife enjoy exploring various Bay Area hiking trails with their dog, Sandy Lou.

In reference to a professional philosophy, Michael says the key to success in business is simply making people happy. “I’m big on taking care of people. I always try to give my customers a good value for their money and leave them completely satisfied with my service. I know they appreciate that because I’m able to run my business primarily on referrals, which is only possible if you have a loyal clientele base.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Michael says he’d commence a new life on the road. “I’d buy a 32-foot RV and travel around the country. There’s so much road in the U.S., we could ride every day for the rest of our lives and still not see half of it. I’ve been to about 40 states, and I’d like to show my wife some of the places I’ve been, like Monument Valley, Independence Pass and the Grand Canyon.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What were you most known for in high school?
A: I had really long hair. I used to take a curling iron to it, and when I was done, I looked like Peter Frampton. The girls loved it. Now, I don’t have any hair at all.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: Super Duper Burgers in Novato.

Q: Are you an early bird or a night owl?
A: A night owl. Remember, I used to do rock concerts for a living.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: Harley-Davidson gear.

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  • Understanding GFIs

    NOVATO — While most modern homes have GFIs, not everyone knows what they are or what their purpose is. GFI stands for “ground fault interrupter,” which plainly describes its main function: to interrupt ground faults. But what is a ground fault and why is this function important? Answering these questions will require a more detailed explanation of how a GFI works.

    Integrated into an electrical outlet, a GFI is basically a coil that measures electricity as it travels to and from the outlet. When you plug a device into an outlet, the electrical current is supposed to come in via the black (or “hot”) wire, go through your device and return via the white (or “neutral”) wire—a trajectory known as the “intended” path. When the current doesn’t take the intended path, it means all the power coming in via the black wire isn’t going back via the white wire; rather, it’s going elsewhere on an unintended path. This is called a “ground fault.”

    A ground fault is dangerous because one of the unintended paths a current can take is through the user, which results in electrical shock. By monitoring electrical currents, a GFI protects users from this hazard by shutting off power when it senses a ground fault. Because it’s able to detect a ground fault and trip within 1/40th of a second, a GFI can save a user’s life by shutting off the power before the electrical current reaches them.

    While GFIs are a good addition in any area of the home, they’re absolutely critical in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and other areas where appliances and tools are frequently used and water is present. If your home’s electrical outlets aren’t protected by GFIs, call a certified electrician and schedule an appointment to have them installed.

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  • Understanding Home Automation

    NOVATO – People are hearing the term “home automation” more and more these days, but what exactly does it mean? In a word, it’s a new concept in the way a home functions—one that implements cutting-edge technology and integrates various systems to make for streamlined, intuitive operation.

    One of the most basic examples of how home automation is changing the way modern homes function is lighting. Traditionally, a home’s lights are controlled manually via individual switches that correspond to distinct lighting fixtures. Home automation brings a different approach with “scene-based lighting”—instead of turning on individual lights, you choose from a list of “scenes” that are programmed to specific settings for particular activities.

    For example, if you’re going to cook dinner, simply hit the “Cook” button: this will turn on the lights over your sink and counters, creating a scene that’s optimal for food preparation. When you’re done cooking and it’s time to eat, press the “Dine” button and the lights will readjust to the setting programmed for dining ambiance. You can also create settings for entertaining, reading or watching movies. Basically, instead of fiddling with switches to find the right combination of lights, automation allows you to set the perfect scene with the touch of a button.

    Another major application of home automation pertains to security. Imagine you’re arriving home from a night out. As you approach the driveway, you press a button on a keypad attached to your visor and your garage door opens, the lights come on, the alarm system is disarmed, and the inside door unlocks. You can also set your fire alarm system to turn on the lights in the event of a fire, which will provide greater visibility for you and your family to exit safely. By streamlining lighting, alarms and locks, automation can make your home a safer place.

    The aforementioned applications are just the tip of the iceberg—home automation can also be applied to your thermostat, window shades and audio/video system. By integrating a home’s various systems and giving its inhabitants greater control, home automation is truly revolutionizing modern domestic life.

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  • Video: Understanding GFIs

    Complete Video Transcription:

    NOVATO — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re wondering why the electrical outlets in your kitchen, bathrooms and garage look different than those in other areas of your home, it’s time you learned what a GFI is. Today we’re in Novato with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Michael Martins of AC Electric to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Michael Martins: So, the GFI. Everybody’s seen one. You guys have them in your kitchen. You’d better have them in your kitchen. You have them in your bathroom. You’d better have them in your bathroom. You should have them in your garage. You should have them on every plug that’s outside on your house.

    What does a GFI do? Well, a GFI protects you. Okay? Number one, this is protection. How does it protect you? It protects you from shocks, okay?

    Now, what the GFI does is it measures the electricity coming down the black wire and going back on the white wire. Now, the black wire’s your hot wire. The white wire’s your neutral. It takes all the electricity all the way back to the transformer on the pole. So, this little device has a coil in it. And the black wire runs through the center of it. And the white wire runs through the center of it.

    If the power coming down the black and going back on the white are not identical, exactly the same, this trips. So, why does it trip? This trips because it’s called a “ground fault circuit interrupter.” This trips when you have a ground fault. Okay? So, a ground fault is caused when electricity takes an unintended path. Electricity’s supposed to come down the black wire, go through your device, and back on the white wire. That’s the intended path.

    If this detects that all the power going down the black is not going back on the white, it’s going somewhere else. That’s called an “unintended path.” It may be down the ground wire, or it may be through you. So, that’s the protection that you get with this device. The second that it detects that all the power’s not going back and that they’re not identical, this trips. 1/40th of a second, this will save your life.

    You want to have this anywhere you’re near water – always, always, always on your kitchen countertops. If you have a sink in your laundry room, you want one of these on the wall. If you have plugs outside, you want these. Or, if you’re in your garage, the garage has a concrete floor, very easy place to get shocked. Anything you plug in in your garage may or may not be well-insulated. You want to have one of these. This will protect any tool that you have. So, a little bit about the GFI. Very good protection; have them installed.

    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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  • Video: Understanding GFIs

    Complete Video Transcription:

    NOVATO — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re wondering why the electrical outlets in your kitchen, bathrooms and garage look different than those in other areas of your home, it’s time you learned what a GFI is. Today we’re in Novato with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Michael Martins of AC Electric to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Michael Martins: So, the GFI. Everybody’s seen one. You guys have them in your kitchen. You’d better have them in your kitchen. You have them in your bathroom. You’d better have them in your bathroom. You should have them in your garage. You should have them on every plug that’s outside on your house.

    What does a GFI do? Well, a GFI protects you. Okay? Number one, this is protection. How does it protect you? It protects you from shocks, okay?

    Now, what the GFI does is it measures the electricity coming down the black wire and going back on the white wire. Now, the black wire’s your hot wire. The white wire’s your neutral. It takes all the electricity all the way back to the transformer on the pole. So, this little device has a coil in it. And the black wire runs through the center of it. And the white wire runs through the center of it.

    If the power coming down the black and going back on the white are not identical, exactly the same, this trips. So, why does it trip? This trips because it’s called a “ground fault circuit interrupter.” This trips when you have a ground fault. Okay? So, a ground fault is caused when electricity takes an unintended path. Electricity’s supposed to come down the black wire, go through your device, and back on the white wire. That’s the intended path.

    If this detects that all the power going down the black is not going back on the white, it’s going somewhere else. That’s called an “unintended path.” It may be down the ground wire, or it may be through you. So, that’s the protection that you get with this device. The second that it detects that all the power’s not going back and that they’re not identical, this trips. 1/40th of a second, this will save your life.

    You want to have this anywhere you’re near water – always, always, always on your kitchen countertops. If you have a sink in your laundry room, you want one of these on the wall. If you have plugs outside, you want these. Or, if you’re in your garage, the garage has a concrete floor, very easy place to get shocked. Anything you plug in in your garage may or may not be well-insulated. You want to have one of these. This will protect any tool that you have. So, a little bit about the GFI. Very good protection; have them installed.

    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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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION i
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Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 57 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
AC Electric : Average 9.6 out of 10 based on 57 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Joel P.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

1 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel like they are honest and very good at what they are doing. They are also priced amazingly well.

I think the pricing, electrical guys can really charge whatever they want if you don't know anything, but they were honest and gave me fair pricing.

Gabriel N.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

2 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Nice guy and honest

They are professional.

Sheryl A.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

3 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are an honest company who does excellent work.

I would say their honesty

Rick M.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

4 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are an awesome company. Call them now.

They are great. I can't complain.

Matt D.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

5 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Edwin is the best.

Edwin

Fran S.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

6 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I had some problems with how to install a system and they helped. You shouldn't hesitate in using them.

I don't remember really. I guess that they were dependable.

Martin H.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

7 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

High quality, reasonable price, and very trustworthy

It was very personal. The biggest value was the trustworthiness of people I think.

Owen K.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

8 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They ended up rewiring the house, which took advanced knowledge. They were able to get a USB and other modern outlets put in as well. I'm a very happy guy.

Edwin

Jack M.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

9 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were prompt, on time, and they gave a good value.

The guy who showed up, Mr. Martins, was pleasant to deal with and did things in a timely manor.

Sam W.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

10 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They knew exactly what I needed done. They figured out what I needed and did it quietly, professionally, effectively, and efficiently. It was a pleasure having the guys over. It was good to deal with someone who was pleasant and had a expert expertise.

The expertise the service person brought to the assignment, it gave me confidence. It was the way he explained in detail and his performance of the work, which was efficient and effective.

Jean B.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

11 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They seemed to know what they were doing and provided a good service.

Good service, great on the phone, and a very accommodating schedule

Keith K.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

12 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are knowledgeable, thoughtful, and timely.

Quality of work and their expertise

Josh G.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

13 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Their high technician, Michael, is amazing.

He was very good at brainstorming. It wasn't a conventional electrical consultation appointment or service.

George P.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

14 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They went the extra mile. It was a small job, but critical for me. I had my house rewired. They went from the old wire to an all new, rewired, system. They even stayed late to complete the job.

I felt they were concerned about my overall satisfaction.

Gary K.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

15 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

One thing I liked was that they they gave good recommendations. They are a small shop and were well organized in our experience. You don't have to put up with hypocrisy.

They were dependent, reliable, and they gave us a proposal that made sense to us.

Bruce M.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

16 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a fine job.

I got the electrical problem solved.

Geoffrey S.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

17 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

You can have confidence in them that they'll get the job done right.

I like that they got the job done right.

Jack B.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

18 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're good. Hire them, they know their business.

They do exceptional work.

Katya S.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

19 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have high-quality expertise, and they're punctual and friendly.

I like that Michael Martins is very knowledgeable.

Kinder C.

VERIFIED AC Electric CUSTOMER

20 of 57

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're flexible and knowledgeable, and it was very quick. He gives you several options, and all of his work is actually quite good.

I liked his competency and his fairness.

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