Worst company ever. I had a few simple tasks that should be able to be completed by any "qualified" handyman. I needed an outlet installed into an existing junction box with existing wiring. Then I needed and a 5 foot piece of romex wire re-routed through a wall that was already opened up, and then I needed the small area on the wall where the wire was to be covered up with drywall. The outlet as installed incorrectly and upside-down, and somehow the “handyman” cut the power wires to my hot water heater in the process (which we were lucky enough to find out the next morning getting ready for work we discovered we had zero hot water) Found out later that my hot water power wires run through the same junction box as the wires he used to install an outlet. He just started cutting wires and connecting them to each other, not knowing what was supposed to go to what. He couldn't figure out why he kept tripping the breaker. RED FLAG !!!!Then he wired up the romex wire wrong, and now my garage lights are permanently on (Somehow he direct wired the lights bypassing the timer they were on) EVERYTHING this guy touched had to be redone. If you value your home and your satety, don't EVER get this company to do any work on your home. What a nightmare company to deal with !!!!!!UPDATE: I had a qualified electrician figure out the problem. It was wired incorrectly at the light itself. The “handyman” wired the garage light directly to a hot wire instead of to the switch wire, which made the light bypass the timer it was supposed to be on. This resulted in the lights not being able to be turned off at all.
I would warn everyone to stay away. I hired Morrison Builders after Mike Morrison quoted the job. I wanted a straight edged top, board on board fence with 4 foot gates that swing in. I was told no problem, special ordered wood, paid the extra, etc.The problems began with posts being set at the property line, which would have put fence over neighbors property. The 1x6 spacing is inconsistent which resulted in the nails not having 1x6 underneath. The correction wasn't to pull apart and space as they should be but to add screws long enough to bridge the gap. The gates weren't plumb or level with the fence and they even used 2 pieces of wood rather than 1 solid piece to clad the gate. Notified Mike that more posts were splitting and nails pulling loose and he has refused to honor his warranty or issue a refund. He now claims I was told the design wouldn't work. Its a simple board on board fence with a 4 foot in-swinging gate. Incorrect spacing, nails pulling loose, gates not hung level or plumb, and splitting wood are all workmanship and material issues.