A good electrician?

power outletMichael asks via Twitter:

Does anyone have any reco's for a residential electrician in Albany?

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Comments

Ungerman is very good

Check out Grounded Electric Services. I found them on Angie's List and called them to take care of various things around our house. They were great, and I highly recommend them.

http://www.groundedelectricservicesllc.com/

O'Keefe Electric right in Albany. They were great - did a nice job, reasonably priced, showed up on time, finished when they said they would and followed up after. Couldn't be happier with them.

David Nollette - I've been through 6 plumbers (still looking for a good one) in the time I've been using Nollette. Very good and affordable (if he likes you).

Ray J Electric. Ray is honest, experienced and just an all around nice guy.
518-899-1086
rayjelectric@yahoo.com

Thanks everyone!
I ended up calling Capital District Electric. They did the work as expected. Still trying to figure out if they are on par with the prices.

Wade Electric- google them, very reasonable & honest

We use Joe Korczyk! (I think that's how you spell it.) He's capable.

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