Good Guy Electric has been doing quality work at reasonable prices for more than two decades.
“My business is a very established business, with plenty of repeat customers through the years,” said Dean Ferrante, owner and licensed electrician
“I find that my customers are also good friends after I have worked for them, and I usually end up working for their friends and their family also.
“Keeping a low overhead and being very experienced in the electrical service trade allows me to give very competitive prices,” Ferrante continued. “Many customers ask me at billing if that’s all it costs so I know my prices are good.”
Quotes are always done in person, as opposed to over the phone, so the customer knows going into a project what to expect for a price. Quotes are also always free, and because they’re done in person, there aren’t usually any surprises along the way.
Good Guy Electric got its start in Terryville in 1997, servicing and designing automatic machines. Over the years, Dean Ferrante developed the company into an electrical service contractor offering a wide range of custom service work to the customers specifications.
Good Guy Electric does electrical service and electrical installations for residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Good Guy Electric also does electrical trouble shooting and electrical circuit corrections, additional circuits and code corrections.
Regular jobs include, but are not limited to, lighting replacement/lighting upgrades, paddle fans, attic fans, bath fans, panel changes, electrical service changes, generator installation, electric car chargers, swimming pools, electrical inspections, cable, internet, phones and home office.
But what perhaps stands out most about Good Guy Electric is that Ferrante says “The customers are happy and call back when they have additional needs. I always try to do the best job possible and I do not believe anyone should take short cuts or do improper work at the price of safety.”
Good Guy Electric services Terryville, Bristol and all surrounding towns in both Litchfield and Hartford counties.
Work is done by scheduling, lead times vary, and some times of the year are busier than others.
“It’s never good to take on more work than your company can do, because you want the job to be done properly,” Ferrante said. “If your business takes on too much work there can be quality and safety issues.”
“My best advice to the consumer when picking a contractor of any kind is to check their license and insurance to make sure they are valid. Your best leads on a good guy is to ask your friends and check the newspaper for someone that runs a regular ad and has been in business for a while, this indicates a successful business serving the local community.”
For more information on Good Guy Electric or to get a quote, call 860-965-0451, or visit goodguyelectric.com.