The Jess Howard Electric Company is a family Owned Business that has been doing all phases of electrical contracting work since 1945. We Have Established Lasting Relationships with Many Residential, Commercial and Industrial Customers. We are a Unique Electrical Contractor in the fact We Perform So Many Different Types of Electrical Work. We Perform Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Sports Lighting, Airport Lighting, Traffic Signal, Underground Systems, Pole Line, and Utility Work with the.. Current Management in Place. We Have the Most Knowledgeable Electricians in the Industry, and All of Our Employees are Taught that Customer Satisfaction and Quality are the Number One Priority. With Over 130 Employees and 250 Pieces of equipment There is No Job Too Small or Too Large for Jess Howard Electric Company. We Have the Team, Equipment and the Know How to Perform Any Electrical Service you May Need. Call Us Today for a Free Quote on any and all of Your Electrical needs.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Jess is way too complacent with their business. They are completely disorganized now, and we've had major complications, such as them forgetting parts and equipment, overpromising completion dates, not testing their work, etc. Our most recent job was quoted for one day, but it's already taken three and they only finished 25% of the work and then left us hanging. In addition to the massive inconvenience and frustration, this resulted in three days lost vacation time, not to mention the numerous phone calls and time spent trying to get them on the ball. We were also surprised to find that they do not carry standard electrical supplies on their truck, such as outlets, switches, bulbs, and power cords. All things considered, we are no longer able to recommend Jess to our friends and family.
Posted: 7/14/2008 • Link to this review
BY FAR THE BEST SERVIE AND QUALITY OF LIGHTING PRODUCTS THEY PROVIDE FAST QUICK KNOWLEDGABLE SERVICE IN TOWN VERY FRIENDLY AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES AND NICE FAMILY BUSINESS
Posted: 9/27/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review