West Seattle Electric And Solar Review 2023 - Is The Price Right?
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6921 34th Ave SW
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If I go into detail, at first when I got the note from Cali about setting up an Zoom session, l admit I was a little unnerved, but in talking with Ryan even via Zoom, he knows what he’s doing. He was able to assess my needs and give me a “back of the napkin” estimate while finding the parts required, all within the span of our 30min Zoom session. Modern-day professional, knows what he’s doing plus uses today’s latest technology to get the job done.
Then, after I explained my situation, he was able to get a crew scheduled for my installation well ahead of my expectations. I made a point that I did not want to overburden his crews, but he was able to make it work, and for that I am most appreciated. Flexible.
Finally, but by no means the last which is why I put it first in my “3 word” review, Safety! Jay and his apprentice (ashamed to not remember his name for this review), were great. However, the reason I mention Safety focused is while they were working, I could overhear their conservations (small condo so I wasn’t trying to eavesdrop), and what would catch my attention is how Jay responded to questions with regards to safety items. For example, turning off the circuit breaker, when asked if it was off, Jay would respond to the apprentice “yes I did, but you shouldn’t take my word for it.” That is the prime tenet of LOTO (lockout tagout), in which the person working in the area should always verify the situation before proceeding with work - trust but verify. As someone that works in an industry with high-energy and powerful mechanical systems, I live that on a daily basis, but to hear that being coached to an apprentice, naturally, is very endearing, and to me that shows there is a good safety culture within the company.
Thank you Ryan, Cali, Jay and team.
TLDR: Safety focused, modern-day professional, flexible.
My electrical issue remains unresolved and West Seattle Electric has now attempted to bill me for this fraudulent "work".
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He was very quick at responding to my issue I posted on Thumbtack and other sites.
He gave me few tips on managing some of the common electrical problems on my own.
He is great at giving advice if you are a rookie homeowner.
I would recommend West Seattle Electric and Solar to folks out here in the Seattle area and around.