Carmine combines the integrity and pride in workmanship of an old fashioned master craftsman with the broad knowledge, experience, and skills of the best modern master electricians. I got to know Carmine years ago while I was working at a research institute located in an aging “high tech” building. We had challenging problems, complicated switching, wires buried in raceways, all kinds of motors including 3 phase 550 volt. Carmine responded to emergencies, diagnosed problems and fixed them. No matter how busy he might have been and how difficult the problem (i’d had others just throw up hands and say it wasn’t worth their time) Carmine came up with a solution, not just a bandaid fix, always better than expected, most lasted as long as the building. So when, years after I retired, we bought a new (60 year old) house, Carmine was the first worker I called. He listened to what I wanted, explained the options, raised new possibilities, and provided services which will enhance the value my house. Above all, knowing that Carmine always does things one way, the right way, I have the confidence that everything is safe and the work as good as it can be. Electricity is dangerous and can be destructive so it is a comfort to know that your work has been done someone skilled and unwilling to cut corners. I was also found Carmine as pleasant to work with as I had remembered, engaging, respectful, willing to explain and answer what I’m pretty certain were dumb questions. He rates five stars in my books.