Very pleased with all aspects of service. Professionalism, Quality of work & Skill!
Had an exhaust fan issue in our bathrooms and called Mr. Value to have a look. Dalton was our technician and did a great job communicating his expected arrival, introducing himself upon arrival, and taking care of the issue. He went through details of his visit and gave us information on Mr. Value's home inspection, which we decided to do. Dalton did a great job thoroughly checking our electrical system and going through each recommendation. All in all a great job and we would definitely recommend Mr. Value to others.
Showed on time, very knowledgeable, reasonable price
The electrician was on time, gave a fair estimate, and was communicative about looking for the part. Based on those communications, I can tell he really worked to find the breaker thing I needed. He also had a soothing voice and calm manner. His resting heart rate is probably like 50 bpm. But I super appreciate that characteristic about a person who is working on the circuitry for my home.
First rate service! I will definitely use them again for any electrical needs. Cole Jones was excellent and explained everything thoroughly.
John was one of the best, he was knowledgeable, fast and did a great job. I would give him a triple A rating. Will definitely use Mr. Value again.
Great service, and the technician was great.
Excellent experience working with John at Mr. Value. Great price, honest work, and strong communication. Would definitely recommend them.
Finally found an electrician in Dawson county. Great service
Clay came out prepared to check everything to fix our electrical issue. He arrived within a short time and diagnosed the issue. Would recommend to family and friends
I was not sure where to install a light in my new 1/2 bath. He offered various suggestions and end result was perfect. I have used them before and will continue to use them for future electrical needs.
Tech John installed a surge protector in garage breaker panel. Any circuits that had to be relocated were labeled to mark their new location. Two ceiling fans were also replaced during this visit.
Tech John replaced one standard receptacle with a WR/TR GFCI receptacle and replaced another standard receptacle with a WR/TR receptacle. Both receptacles had flip covers which were replaced with clear in-use covers. A chandelier wire was spliced and extended during this visit for the customer to add chain and install themself as requested.
Tech John replaced GFCI receptacle in garage that was feeding basement circuit. Basement circuit had additional existing GFCI receptacle on load side of garage GFCI. This can cause issues with nuisance tripping, which seemed to be the case. The basement GFCI was replaced with a standard receptacle since it is getting GFCI protection from the garage receptacle. Power was restored, and the circuit was tested and verified to be operational after repair.
Tech diagnosed a tripping living room circuit Tech found that 1 wire coming from the front door 3 gang switch box was causing the circuit to trip when switched on Tech could not find where this wire went because of limited access Tech disconnected the wire from the switch and capped it off inside the box Everything else on the circuit worked fine at the time of diagnosis Tech found that the wire coming into the fireplace to power the blower was damaged somewhere that is inaccessible behind the fireplace Tech disconnected and capped off the wire and recommends installing new wiring for the blower unit
Flood light install ring flood light
Installed ring flood light ring camera
Installing new wiring to barn
Demo wire for new kitchen
Tech John diagnosed issue with no power to outside receptacles. The issue was determined to be caused by a loose connection in one of the outlets. The receptacle was replaced, the connections were remade properly, and the outlet cover was sealed with silicone to prevent water from entering the box. A faulty 3-way switch was also replaced in the upstairs hallway.
Tech John diagnosed breaker tripping for dishwasher. The breaker was determined to have failed as it would not reset, even with no load on the breaker. The breaker was replaced with a new 20-amp dual function breaker. Power was restored and verified to be working properly after the repair.
Installed new foyer fixture
Changed out a gfci breaker on boat dock
- installed a 100 amp sub panel beside the existing main panel - Relocated six single pole Circuits and one double pole circuit from main panel to new sub panel - installed whole house surge protectors and main panel and sub panel - installed a 50 amp 240 V car charger circuit
- diagnosed an issue with the sprinkler GFCI outlet, outside under meter and found that the GFCI outlet was damaged - replaced the outlet with a new weather resistant GFCI outlet - also installed new 12 gauge THHN wiring for outlet circuit, existing wiring was 14 gauge indoor wiring on a 20 amp breaker