BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If your lights go out, your ceiling fans suddenly stop, or your home seems to be possessed, a simple call to Allen Shapiro at AllPhase Electric will likely solve the problem. Shapiro, a long time Boca Raton resident, has been helping homeowners throughout the area for more than 30 years. His secret to success: customer service.
“I’m a people person,” said Shapiro as he was troubleshooting a GFI outlet that blew in a suburban Boca Raton home. “I’m all about customer service, and I actually show up.”
In an area where punctuality and professionalism often take a backseat, Shapiro has built a following by being where he’s expected to be, when he’s expected to be there. He isolates the problem and then works with the homeowner or client to find the safest, most cost-effective route to repair.
“I enjoy troubleshooting,” he said. ” It’s great to find what went wrong and then fix it.”
Shapiro has been in business in Boca since 1980. He says roughly half of his clients are repeat business — not because he’s done something wrong that needs fixing, but because they trust him and rely on him when other problems pop up.
He is considered to be a “residential electrical specialist” who also works with small businesses throughout the region.
Among his areas of expertise: installing new electrical outlets, installing ceiling fans, installing recessed lighting, outside and outdoor lighting, security lighting, landscape and “beautification” lighting, upgrading circuit breakers and panels to modern-day standards, and figuring out what’s going wrong. He also is called upon to move cable and satellite coax cables so flatscreens can hang where you want them to hang.
For more on Allen Shapiro’s AllPhase Electric, call 954-600-4606.
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