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BV Electric Inc.

Diamond Certified Company Report

BV Electric Inc.

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Dan D.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are super trustworthy and they have a warranty on their work. They were able to fix something that blew out that they previously organized, which they wouldn't have noticed if they hadn't looked at their records and they were able to give me a $75 discount.

They have been very trustworthy, which is the whole thing. I felt really lucky that I came across a company that I could trust.

Jose V.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 100

Quality 9
9 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Friendly, and they know what they are doing.

Their neatness

Joshua R.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 100

Quality 9
9 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are honest.

They were helpful and patient and creative to solve the problem. The guy that came out, Rigo, was very nice, professional courteous made the service what it was. He was exceptional.

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Diamond certified company PROFILE

BV Electric Inc. provides a wide range of electrical services for residential and commercial clients in San Francisco, Alameda, and San Mateo Counties. In addition to handling electrical installations and rewiring for construction and remodeling projects, the company has the training and equipment to perform breaker panel upgrades, install indoor and outdoor lighting systems, and more.

Owner Miroslav Bokaric says BV Electric’s ability to take on electrical projects of every difficulty level gives it a distinct advantage. “No two electrical jobs are exactly the same, so we have a lot of experience with solving different types of issues, including working with the ‘knob and tube’ wiring that’s found in many Bay Area homes. Regardless of the challenges, we have what it takes to get the job done correctly.”

BV Electric makes itself available to its clients throughout each phase of their projects, which Mr. Bokaric says is crucial for ensuring they have positive experiences. “It doesn’t matter what day or time it is—if a customer has a question or concern, we’ll be there to help them. From the planning stage to the finishing touches, we make sure they’re completely satisfied.”

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Service AREA

San Francisco County
Alameda County
San Mateo County

SERVICES PERFORMED

Electrical Installations & Rewiring for Construction Projects
Wiring & Breaker Panel Upgrades
Circuit Breaker Replacement
Indoor Lighting, Outlets & Switches
Landscape Lighting & Motion Sensors
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Whole Home Surge Protection

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A recent indoor lighting installation by BV Electric

Company Profile

BV Electric Inc. provides a wide range of electrical services for residential and commercial clients in San Francisco, Alameda, and San Mateo Counties. In addition to handling electrical installations and rewiring for construction and remodeling projects, the company has the training and equipment to perform breaker panel upgrades, install indoor and outdoor lighting systems, and more.

Owner Miroslav Bokaric says BV Electric’s ability to take on electrical projects of every difficulty level gives it a distinct advantage. “No two electrical jobs are exactly the same, so we have a lot of experience with solving different types of issues, including working with the ‘knob and tube’ wiring that’s found in many Bay Area homes. Regardless of the challenges, we have what it takes to get the job done correctly.”

BV Electric makes itself available to its clients throughout each phase of their projects, which Mr. Bokaric says is crucial for ensuring they have positive experiences. “It doesn’t matter what day or time it is—if a customer has a question or concern, we’ll be there to help them. From the planning stage to the finishing touches, we make sure they’re completely satisfied.”

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Company Philosophy

“Our clients are very important to us—we want them to think of us as part of their community, so we always approach their projects with honesty and do whatever it takes to make them happy. We’re committed to bringing the highest standards of safety, quality and reliability to every job.”

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for electrical contractors that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For BV Electric Inc., keeping clients happy comes down to earning their trust through superior work and personalized service. “Our goal is to serve our clients so well that we become part of their extended community,” says owner Miroslav Bokaric. “We want them to know they can trust us to produce high-quality results and ensure they have positive experiences.”

BV Electric has been providing electrical services for residential and commercial clients in San Francisco, Alameda, and San Mateo Counties since 1996. In addition to handling electrical installations and rewiring for construction projects, the company has the in-house capabilities to install indoor and outdoor lighting systems, perform breaker panel upgrades, and much more.

Unlike electrical companies whose owners delegate project management responsibilities to less experienced employees, BV Electric provides every job with the hands-on expertise of Mr. Bokaric himself. “I have more than 20 years of experience in this industry, and I bring that expertise to the beginning, middle and end of each project,” he says. “If a client ever has an issue or a question, I’m always available to help, and I follow up after the job is complete to make sure they’re satisfied.”

Another distinguishing attribute of BV Electric is its ability to take on complicated projects that other electrical contractors don’t have the expertise to handle. “When I moved to San Francisco from Europe, I found my calling working with complicated electrical installations, including troubleshooting the ‘knob and tube’ wiring that’s common in this area,” explains Mr. Bokaric. “I like that type of work—it’s very specific and every job is different. My technicians and I love exploring new projects and helping clients who can’t get answers from other companies.”

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Industry Info

Keeping your electrical system up to code can help maintain your home’s safety and value.

Whether you’re planning to sell your home in the near future or you just want to keep your family safer, upgrading and maintaining your electrical system can be a wise investment. While homes aren’t required to be consistently maintained to meet every new code, homes that fall short of current codes could be at greater risk of fire or electrical problems, and those types of repairs come at a major cost.

“There are a lot of code changes, but that’s something a professional electrician needs to follow up on,” says Miroslav Bokaric, owner of BV Electric Inc. in San Francisco. “Not every city has the same rules, so you want to find an electrician in your area who knows the code corrections and regularly deals with inspectors.”

When to have a code inspection
Inspections are required for new construction jobs, remodels and projects that require permits. However, homeowners or buyers can request an inspection to make sure the home is safe or to highlight suggested repairs, replacements, or upgrades. Consider getting an inspection if your home meets any of the following criteria:

  • You’re buying, selling, or leasing a home or property.
  • The home is more than 40 years old.
  • The home was owned or maintained by someone who performed DIY or unprofessional repairs or electrical upgrades.
  • The home has two-prong outlets or ungrounded outlets instead of three-prong or GFCI outlets, particularly in bathrooms, kitchens, or other wet or potentially dangerous areas.

What to upgrade to maintain your home’s safety and value
Completely rewiring a home is expensive and usually unnecessary. However, there are some things you can do to maintain and improve your home’s electrical system for safety and resale value reasons:

  • Consider upgrading and replacing basement and attic electrical systems. If your attic or basement is used as a storage or living space, bringing the wiring up to code can keep you safe and add value.
  • Replace kitchen wiring and components, including outlets, power circuits for microwaves and high-power devices.
  • Ensure that all bathroom outlets are GFCI-protected.
  • Every bedroom in the home should have a smoke detector and a CO2 detector installed no more than three feet from the bedroom door. There should also be at least one smoke detector and one CO2 detector on each level of the home. Hardwired units are best, if possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much will you charge for my job?
A: That depends on the services you need. We can give you a free estimate for your job before work begins.

Q: How quickly can you start working?
A: We’re available immediately for some smaller tasks, but it may take us a day or two to get to other jobs. If you have a larger project like a remodel, we can discuss the specifics and accommodate your schedule.

Q: How long will it take to complete my job?
A: We can give you a time estimate, but it’s important to understand that the time estimate and the cost estimate aren’t the same thing. Some jobs only require one electrician while others might need two or three people, which changes the cost. We don’t give an hourly bid—we detail the specific job cost in the estimate.

Q: Do you carry the parts you need in your work vehicles?
A: We carry common materials and parts in our vehicles, but some parts need to be special-ordered. Depending on the job, we’ll be able to tell you whether we have the parts on hand or if we need to order them.

Q: Will weather impact my project?
A: Most electrical work is indoors, so it can be done in any weather. If you have an outdoor job, we can usually work even if it’s lightly raining.

Q: Can you recommend electrical services or inspections based on my home’s age or condition?
A: We’re not inspectors, so you’ll need to hire a licensed inspector for those services. However, we can give you our honest opinion about what’s best for you and your home. We can also meet with the inspector and talk about what needs to be done so you know the best way to approach the job.

Q: Am I required to have a fan in each bathroom?
A: Yes, exhaust fans are required in bathrooms to prevent mold.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Miro Bokaric

Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • Miro Bokaric is owner of BV Electric Inc., a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (415) 868-4970 or by email.

Miro Bokaric: Driven to Succeed

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SAN FRANCISCO — Miro Bokaric has always possessed a drive to succeed, but it wasn’t until he immigrated to the United States that he achieved his career objective. “I’m originally from Bosnia,” he explains. “My whole life, I’ve never stopped working. I got my first job as a kid digging trenches for a contractor. When I got older, I attended electrical school and became a qualified electrician.” However, just as Miro was getting started in his new career, war broke out in Bosnia. “When the war started, my wife and I decided to leave and relocate to the United States,” he recounts. “Right away, I got a job working for an electrical contractor. As it turned out, I worked for him for the next 18 years and eventually assumed ownership of his business.”

Today, as owner of BV Electric Inc. (named for the company’s original owner, Boris Vidas), Miro says his favorite part of his job is helping people. “The most rewarding work I do is answering emergency calls. It feels good to restore power to a home or business when they really need it.”

A resident of San Francisco, Miro spends his small amount of free time relaxing and enjoying the company of his family and community. “I work six days a week, so there’s not too much time for relaxing,” he says. “On Sundays, I usually attend church and then spend the rest of the day with my wife, Boba, and our son, Stefan.”

In regard to a professional philosophy, Miro espouses the importance of building trust with clients. “I’ve learned that you can’t just tell customers what they need to do—you have to listen to them,” he says. “My approach is to listen to what each customer has to say, give them my honest opinion and offer my help with whatever they decide to do. In this way, my goal is to build trust with the customer so they feel confident having me perform their electrical work.”

When asked what he would do if he were to retire tomorrow, Miro says he’d pursue a career in law enforcement. “My dad was a police officer and that’s what I grew up wanting to be. Eventually, I decided that electrical work would be a better career choice, but I never lost my admiration for police officers. It’s just a passion of mine that I never had a chance to realize.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: Are you an early bird or a night owl?

A: I’m both—I don’t sleep that much.

Q: If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?

A: The future. I love sci-fi movies like “Back to the Future” and “Star Wars,” and I’ve always wanted to fly a spaceship or a flying car.

Q: What’s your favorite snack?

A: Apples.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?

A: Cuddle with my wife and watch a good movie.

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Expert articles
  • Electrical Upgrades for a Kitchen Remodel

    SAN FRANCISCO — Are you remodeling your kitchen? If so, you probably want to upgrade your lighting fixtures and appliances. However, if you live in an older home, there’s one thing you may be forgetting: your electrical panel. If your panel isn’t up to code, you’ll need to upgrade it—otherwise, it may not be able to handle the power needs of your newly remodeled kitchen.

    The extent to which panel upgrades are needed can depend in part on the age of your home. For example, if it was built in the early 20th century and still has knob-and-tube wiring, you’ll need to replace its old fuse box with a modern breaker panel. This will make your electrical system safer, improve its performance and lower your home insurance costs.

    Here are a few other factors to consider for upgrading your electrical panel:

    Clearances

    As per the National Electrical Code (NEC), a breaker panel must be situated a specified distance from things like the ceiling and HVAC equipment. Additionally, it can’t be enclosed in a closet or have anything blocking it (like garbage cans, for example). These rules are designed to prevent potential hazards and ensure ample accessibility to the panel when needed.

    Arc protection

    An arc fault can be caused by loose or corroded wires, which can generate heat that potentially leads to an electrical fire. As of 2014, the NEC requires that all electrical panel breakers be equipped with arc fault protection.

    Sub-panel

    In some cases, a kitchen remodeling project may involve the installation of a sub-panel—a smaller service panel that functions as an offshoot of the main panel. Sub-panels are often used to provide more convenient access to breakers or in cases where the main panel doesn’t have room to install additional breakers.

    Due to the important role electricity plays in kitchen remodeling, it’s wise to get an electrician involved early in your project. For one thing, you’ll get a clear idea of how much work will be needed, which will help you determine your budget. Also, your electrician will be able to work with your designer and contractor to ensure you get exactly what you’re looking for in your remodeled kitchen.

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  • Why DIY Electrical Work is a Bad Idea

    SAN FRANCISCO —These days, resources like YouTube are enabling more and more people to do their own home maintenance and repair work. However, while many home tasks are DIY-friendly, one that you should never attempt to do yourself is electrical work.

    First of all, trying to do your own electrical work is dangerous. Just one mistake when working with high-voltage electricity can result in serious bodily harm and even death. Whether you’re trying to save money or you just enjoy doing home projects, DIY electrical work simply isn’t worth the risk.

    Also, electrical systems are extremely complex, so unless you have related knowledge and experience, there’s a high probability you’ll make mistakes. Because of this, your attempt to fix a problem could actually make things worse than they were to begin with.

    For these reasons, it’s always best to leave electrical work to a professional electrician who knows how to perform the job safely and accurately. Keep in mind that a professional will also have the proper tools for performing diagnostic tests and accessing electrical equipment in hard-to-reach areas.

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  • Video: Considering Electrical With Remodeling

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN FRANCISCO — Host, Sarah Rutan: When planning to remodel your home, it’s wise to hire an electrical contractor early in the process. Today we’re in San Francisco with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Miro Bokaric of BV Electric to learn why.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Miro Bokaric: The main point, main tip, for kitchen remodel in this case is that get your electrician on early stage, before you even thinking about remodeling. Because you’re going to have an idea what’s going to be your budget, how much electrical is needed, but the main important part is that electrician will be able to understand what exactly you want, where you want the under cabinet lights, overhead lights, or any kind of recessed lights in the kitchen. So in this case we have under cabinets through the cabinet lights and above the cabinet lights because the customer himself wanted the non-recessed lights. And he wanted – they wanted more lighting through original LED lighting through the ceiling, but not using recessed lights for some reason. And in that case, the best thing is that you prepare the wiring and set up the wires to certain locations through the blueprint or plans and make sure the height for each cabinets and location and lower cabinets and upper cabinets the difference.

    And set up the electrical wiring from switch boxes which they are on the opposite side of the kitchen, as you enter to the kitchen, so again, focus to electrical is that electrical kitchen, electrical wiring, has to be minimum seven to eight circuits. They all have to be arc fault breakers, and certain breakers are bigger amperage, smaller amperage – depends on what you are using for. For electrical, for example for lighting, you have to have a minimum 15 amp, 120 volt. For the oven stove, that’s like a 30 amp to 50 amp to 240 volt. And certain outlets, for example, in this case there’s no receptacles on the wall, but they are on the bottom of the cabinets, and they are required to be set up for your usage, and there’s certain code requirements as well. So focus the electrician to come to your place before you even start your kitchen remodel. If you have an idea that in a year or something you will plan to do some major innovation, focus to the idea that an electrician should be there.

    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: Upgrading Your Electrical Panel

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    SAN FRANCISCO — Host, Sarah Rutan: One of the most important home upgrades you can invest in is bringing your electrical panel up to current standards. Today we’re in San Francisco with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Miro Bokaric of BV Electric to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Miro Bokaric: The case that you have new kitchen. You’re planning to build the brand-new kitchen. You want to have a nice state-of-the-art, 21st century lighting in your house, and oops, your house is actually old 1920s and 30s and has old wiring, existing wiring, old black knob into wiring. The best way for you is to get an electrician, of course. And what we could do is like check, make sure that your electrical panel is up to current standards, or up to code. In case you have an old fuse box, definitely replace it to a breaker box. Also, insurance will be lower. Your electric equipment in your house will be safe, and whole house will be protected, 21st century.

    And focus to service, it’s like this one, let’s say you’re upgrading your service to 200-amp service. You require two-inch conduit, number two at wiring which is more details later, your panel has to be a certain height. There is limitations on the ceiling, on your heather, also you have to have a clearance in front of that panel. You cannot put garbage cans or any kind of equipment or make it in a closet. You cannot enclose your panel. It has to be exposed in any case for an emergency so that you can disconnect the breaker, turn off the power, and safely call the fire department or electrician to fix the problem.

    The best thing is that in case you have a breaker box like this, focus the idea that some breakers have dots which they are like protection – more protection for you. So these breakers itself have points that arc fault in case of any kind of arc or any kind of fluctuation of power, these breakers trip. That means there’s no more power, no more danger. You’re free to call an electrician back. In case you have multiple breakers like this, focus the idea that these breakers are reason because you have multiple wiring in the system, and they’re sharing neutral which is more detail later. The idea that you have a sub-panel which is a big breaker, two-prong, that’s because you have additional sub-panel in the house which is closer to your location where you’re going to be kitchen remodel. In case you’re planning to do bathroom remodel, and you have no space in your panel, same thing. Focus the idea that you’re going to have to do sub-panel or upgrade your old fuse box. Thank you.

    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: When to Call an Electrician

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN FRANCISCO — Host, Sarah Rutan: Even if you’re an avid do-it-yourselfer, when it comes to electrical repairs, it’s always best to leave the job to a professional. Today we’re in San Francisco with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Miro Bokaric of BV Electric to learn why.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Miro Bokaric: Let’s say you have a problem with your electrical in your house. You’re sitting, you’re watching TV, all of a sudden all of the lights are flickering. Your TV is losing power. Your refrigerator doesn’t work. You have a strange flickering in the bathroom. The best thing is to call an electrician, first available, and make sure that you guys do not try to do it by yourself. Focus to the idea that electrical could kill you, could hurt you, or could make more heart problems in case that you get shocked. So the best thing is that since we are electricians, we have testers, we have the equipment so we could physically reach to those enclosed spaces, open the panels, open the meter sockets, and focus the idea that breaker box is live. So we know which part we could test it, which part we could disconnect it, without damaging your equipment in your house.

    In case that the PG&E problem is the wiring outdoor, which is most of the time from the weather and win and like some truck came by and ripped the wires, then definitely still call the electrician, make sure that the electrician is testing the electrical wiring on the main source, which is on the top of the building. And again, focus the idea that you do not try to fix it, neither like try to test this, because those wires could have a big electrical impact and you could get electrocuted yourself, or even kill yourself. So do not do this at home by yourself. Focus with the electrical contractors or experts who knows what exactly could be – could happen in case you disconnect something or correctly – incorrectly remove some wires. In that case, you could maybe electrocute – damage your equipment. That would be the best thing for you to get the electrician on the site, make sure he record everything and try to help you out the best way to do. That’s all. Thank you.

    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 100 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
BV Electric Inc. : Average 9.1 out of 10 based on 100 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Dan D.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are super trustworthy and they have a warranty on their work. They were able to fix something that blew out that they previously organized, which they wouldn't have noticed if they hadn't looked at their records and they were able to give me a $75 discount.

They have been very trustworthy, which is the whole thing. I felt really lucky that I came across a company that I could trust.

Gabriel

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they do a good job, they are professional, and most important, they didn't leave a huge mess for us to clean up.

They cleaned up after they were done.

Helen W.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Prompt, responsive, knowledgeable, and very respectful of the property

They are quick in an emergency situation.

Hyejin C.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

It is pretty good.

The people are really nice and the problem was really hard. They never gave up, which I appreciated.

Lauren C.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them.

They definitely made their appointment time and followed the work order and provided us a full proposal. It was very detailed.

Dirk K.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are quick and professional.

They addressed the issue at hand quickly.

Natasha R.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were great.

The prompt service

Nihat O.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are excellent. They are on time and they did my needs. Everything was perfect.

Their price was really good and they were right on time. The guy was very professional and I am happy with them.

Judith J.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

That they act pretty urgently in a timely manner with professionalism, and they are reasonably priced.

They were able to go out within a couple hours notice, which was great and they also were very communicative in terms of confirming emails and appointments.

Suzanne P.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very friendly, on time, and they follow up.

I love the employees. They are very friendly and the owner as well.

Rudy C.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they are great at what they do. They made sure to allow us to still operate as usual, keep into consideration we are a business, and overall just good work.

They were quick.

Shannon M.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are professional and honest. They gave me an honest and competitive bid and I have used them on 4 different jobs so far.

Honest, on time, and they did what they said they were going to do.

Charles W.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I have recommended them before.

They are reliable and they show up and get the work done.

Lisa P.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I had no problems, they were great and got the job done.

Very good service and the technician was very nice and got it done.

Charlie M.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them highly.

They are very prompt and they come when they say they are going to come and they are very knowledgeable.

Irene S.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

For one thing, they are very thorough and they also get into spaces like crawl spaces and they are thorough and they took care of an issue with a fuse and they do quality work and the crew was very professional.

The work was excellent.

Lorinda C.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them.

It worked well and they were efficient and they solved my problem.

Sharon P.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were on time and fair priced.

They were very nice.

Tito L.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very professional and they found the solution pretty fast.

They are fast and efficient and they knew what they were doing and they had good expertise.

Catherine W.

VERIFIED BV Electric Inc. CUSTOMER

20 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that if they need a licensed electrical contractor, they can't do better.

Their expertise mainly, friendly service and they warranty their work and they are prompt and they are not cheap, but they are fair.

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