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Question DetailsAsked on 6/30/2012

Looking at Electrical 99.00 special. Says" not good on current or past jobs".I am confused. Will he repair something not done by his firm

What is considered past jobs? I am in need of a repair for something installed years ago for outside lighting. It has weathered and needs replacing. Is this something covered by contractor or is this considered a "past job".
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Well, since we can not see or read the coupon/ advertisement that you received, it is hard to tell exactly what is or is not covered. But generally, what is referred to are jobs performed by this particular company. You have the information from the coupon, what does the $99.00 cover?( inspection, set labor, etc.)
These questions need to be asked of the electrical contractor.

Doug
AirTekHP
CSLB# 824188

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Answered 8 years ago by AirTekHP




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