3617 Clearview Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30340
770-454-1800

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 452 customer reviews

Very satisfied

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For great service

Mr. Drago was here for electrical and Mr Gene was here for plumbing, both were very good. Intend to use them again..

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great service at a fair price

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Excellent service

The technician was nice and very helpful. I really appreciate his help.

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Always Excellent!

We have been delighted to have consistently great experiences with R S Andrews. The service techs are knowledgeable and friendly. They take the time to properly explain things and they look for ways to keep costs low. What more could you ask for?

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bad hvac experience

in the process of installing a furnace at my house, the ac coil was damaged, resulting in no air conditioning. No attempt was made to repair damage. Unit should have been left as found. In working order.Will not use R S Andrews again.

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Very polite staff

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Very find company even on a Emergancy on Sunday or Holliday.

We have used them for years and the workers are very nice and do know what needs to be done,they keep up with the changes we need to make and tell us what they have to repair or replace well explained.

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Great service.

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Job Locations

Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Service fee call. Performed panel maintenance and tightened all connections.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

We furnished, wired, and installed a dedicated 30 amp 240 volt feed from the sub panel to the tech area. We furnished, wired, and installed a L6-30 receptacle at said area.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

We demoed existing meter base in the back of the house that was in brick. We chiseled the brick to make room for the new meter base. We furnished, wired, and installed said meter base. Some of the brick broke as we chiseled. We are not responsible for brick repair. We furnished a permit and coordinated with the power company to turn power back on. We tested the power at the panel once meter was installed by Georgia Power. Performed panel maintenance and tightened all connections.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Troubleshot steam unit not having power. Traced wire from steam unit disconnect to the panel. Tech #3006 disconnected feed for steam unit as per homeowner request when he was out last. Homeowner and tech assumed said circuit was for a hot tub as labeled. Feed is reconnected and steam unit has power. Re labeled breaker as steam unit. No charge as per electrical service manager.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Performed an inspection of the hotel panel rooms. We will give an rough estimate by Friday.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Troubleshot gfi at front of house not working. Found neutrals burned up in the main panel because of loose connections. Tightened connections and replaced said gfi with a tamper resistant, weather resistant one as required. Performed panel maintenance and tightened all connections in both panels. Found a 2 pole 70 amp breaker feeding the sub panel on number 6 wire, which is only rated for 60 amps. Replaced said breaker with a 60 amp breaker as required. Found neutrals and grounds in the sub panel on the same bar. Furnished, wired, and installed a new bar for the grounds and separated the neutrals and grounds and required. Furnished a connector for the sub panel as there was an open knockout.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Troubleshot steam unit not having power. Traced wire from steam unit disconnect to the panel. Tech #3006 disconnected feed for steam unit as per homeowner request when he was out last. Homeowner and tech assumed said circuit was for a hot tub as labeled. Feed is reconnected and steam unit has power. Re labeled breaker as steam unit.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Performed an inspection of the hotel panel rooms. We will give an rough estimate by Friday.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Walked home with customer to give a price for work to be performed.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Walked job with customer to give a price.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Troubleshot gfi at front of house not working. Found neutrals burned up in the main panel because of loose connections. Tightened connections and replaced said gfi with a tamper resistant, weather resistant one as required. Performed panel maintenance and tightened all connections in both panels. Found a 2 pole 70 amp breaker feeding the sub panel on number 6 wire, which is only rated for 60 amps. Replaced said breaker with a 60 amp breaker as required. Found neutrals and grounds in the sub panel on the same bar. Furnished, wired, and installed a new bar for the grounds and separated the neutrals and grounds and required. Furnished a connector for the sub panel as there was an open knockout.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Walked home with customer to give a price for work to be performed.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Checked out plug for the stove. Everything was tight on it. Checked panel and breaker for stove. Everything works as it should.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

We wired and installed a customer provided ceiling fan and remote kit. Light works as it should. We wired and replaced a customer provided flood light at the front of the house.


Jason H.

Jason H. Job Checkin

Customer does not like the size of the fixture. Trip charge applies. We will return when the correct fixture is delivered.