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My boss is having a hard time finding an electrician for some small jobs here at the office and at his home. He has used Walsh Electric and will again if he has to, but he would rather find a small outfit to work with. Any recs?
I'm embarrassed to ask this, but here goes. During a kitchen reno a year ago the contractor wired part of the new electrical system into the panel for the tenant apartment below us (in a Cap Hill row house). Until then these were entirely separate electrical systems with separate billing. Now, our tenant is in effect paying for part of our electricity. We only discovered this last week when this circuit tripped and we eventually found the breaker for it was now in the tenant's panel. My questions are 1) Is this snafu code compliant; 2) should I lawyer up if the contractor refuses to correct the error? Ugh. I'd really rather talk about food.
Whenever we need emergency HVAC services it always seems to be in the middle of the night or on a Sunday. I found Germantown Services during one such calamity in July of 2010 when we awoke on a Sunday morning at 2:00 am to the sound of water cascading from the ceiling. As soon as dawn broke I began calling repair services and Scott Sadler from Germantown responded immediately, despite the fact that we had no prior relationship with him. He was there within the hour and fixed the problem quickly at a very reasonable price. Since then, we have had reason to call him on 3 other occasions, most of which have been on the weekend, and he has responded promptly, fixed the problem to our satisfaction, and the fees were always lower than expected. Not only is he very efficient and competent, Scott is also a very nice guy. We wouldn't dream of using any other HVAC service. Germantown Services 2991 Summit Drive Ijamsville, MD 21754 301-428-9202 Laura Belden