Service Area: Aurora, Macedonia, Chagrin Falls, Twinsburg, Northfield, Novelty, Bedford, Cleveland, Maple Heights, Hudson, Solon, Beachwood
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Work Description: Mike Durant was responsible for installing the conduit, electrical boxes, connections for our pool installation from Perfect Inground Pool. Day 1 he arrived, asked questions, installed the junction boxes, asked for full payment to buy "products" then left, about 4 hours of time working. Day two he runs conduit, makes electrical connections, installs lights.Comments: During the whole time of the light installation, he's cussing and complaining about installing 4 LED lights in the pool. After the backfill, one of the conduits gets bent away from straight line enough to prevent the LED light from going in the conduit all the way. Cussing and complaining starts then says "that's not my problem, call pool salesmen or excavator" I insist it IS his problem, he laid the conduit and should have ensured everything didn't move when dirt was being backfilled. Conduit fills with water, he installed LOWER than pool water level so this means that water was draining out of the pool. I called him the next day after the water company delivered the remaining 15,000 gallons. He said "uhh, i eyeballed it and thought it was right, I might be able to come back next week". Two days ago, my pool pump had tripped the GFCI breaker. I find out that the OUTDOOR junction box, pump switch, LED light switch boxes are filled with water (from a weekend rain). The electrician did not seal the connections where the final conduit piece enters the junction box. Therefore water fills up the junction box, enters through the flexible conduit to the pool pump (water tight connection) fills up the pool pump electrical/electronics area with water destroying the circuitry. With all of this he also left the entire area a mess with cable cuts, pieces of conduit, tape, extra cabling, etc. I would never hire this person again for anything. You would think 18 years of doing work he would take pride in what he does. No pride in workmanship here at all.