Smooth and efficient process, friendly people, overall great experience.We worked with RMP to get the details, approval, and a short timeline for a service upgrade (200 to 400 amp). Of the electrical contractors we spoke with, JP Electric gave us the most confidence and a timeline that aligned with RMP. JP gave us an estimate on 02/05/2024, and we had our service upgraded on 02/16/2024. Amazing!Other than the short timeline, we were very concerned about the 50’ section of the yard that has existing power, gas, cable, sprinkler mains, sprinkler lines, low voltage cable, and a gutter drain line. Even worse, other than the topsoil, the property is clay. Other companies effectively told us they were going to wreck stuff and they would not be responsible for anything that was not a “utility.” JP said they couldn’t guarantee they wouldn’t hit something but were willing to do what was necessary to minimize the chances.They sent out 4 electricians on day 1. After realizing what they were up against, the team decided to cancel the trencher and dig it out by hand. I would have never believed 4 electricians would be willing to dig a 50’ trench through 3 feet of clay. They even filled in most of the trench before leaving that day. Guys were tired but still cracking jokes while loading up their tools. Only one small casualty – they hit a feeder pipe to a sprinkler head which took me about 5 minutes to repair while the trench was open. While trivial to fix, I really think most other crews would have not told me about it or worse, not been as careful and done more damage to other stuff that was in their path.For day 2 they had things lined up with RMP and the County to disconnect the existing power, do the inspection, and reconnect the new service. In total we were without power for less than 7 hours.For us this was a big deal but for the JP crew, it seemed like typical stuff. Other service companies can learn a thing or 2 about how to work, and treat customers, from these guys.