Residential electrical work: ceiling fans, recessed lights etc

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  1. Dizle

    Dizle Gear Masher

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    I've been doing electrical work for a small company for 5 years this June and with this slow economy comes time for me to post an ad for side work.

    I can do just about anything electrical in a residential/remodel setting:

    ceiling fans
    outlets
    recessed lights
    under cabinet lighting
    whole house fans
    vanity lights in bathrooms
    indoor/ outdoor garage lights
    drywall work
    troubleshooting

    I'm an honest, clean college student who wouldn't mind some extra side work. Prices are low but come with excellent, clean work. I never get tired of doing a good job! Send a PM and I'll get back to you soon.

    thanks
    Mark
     
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    Could still use some extra work! Shameless bump
     
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    Pato Stop stealing my thunder!

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    Send me an email at duc135 at gmail dot com. I need to have some major work done to my house.
     
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    i'm on the verge of some remodeling projects as well, PM sent.
     
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    Hey dizle i am also an electrican with 6 years experience. If you need help on any project let me know. I am currently unemployed.
     
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    do you do cable wiring too?
    i need some wiring snaked from the downstairs to the upstairs bedrooms (2).
     
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    Diz check your PM's
     
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    need a 220 line ran from circuit breaker to garage for dryer, about how much u think?
     
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    I wanna run a 220 mig welder and need a 220 receptacle like Joyride. Quote?
     
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    Bump again! I may need recessed lights after Tax return :D

    yeah I could DIY.. but when it comes to electrical... I keep my hands away
    imagine getting stuck with 220v for 30mins
     
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    Unrelated posts deleted. If you're interested in having some electrical work done, reply or pm. If not, don't bother replying to this thread. These guidelines are in the sticky thread "Please read before posting in the Marketplace forum".
     
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