Bad Tulsa Electricians Versus The Good Ones

These days there is just too many businesses to choose from. It doesn’t matter where I go or what I’m doing, there’s just too much choice! I spend hours agonising over which restaurant to eat at, where to get my hair cut, which locksmith to call, etc.

Years ago, you’d flip open the phone book and find a reputable company in seconds. If your boiler busted, you’d find the first company, call them up and they’d have someone over in a jiffy. There was never that many businesses to choose from in the first place so the whole process was quick and painless.

But now, with the internet, it seems like there’s a thousand more companies and a thousand new ways to find them and contact them. I preferred the simpler times. Things were much easier and less complex back then.

Recently, I needed some security lighting installed outside my property and went through the rigmarole of having to select one of the many electrician companies in Tulsa. I chose a company that seemed to have decent reviews and feedback and they promptly sent someone round.

Well, they made an awful job out of it. None of the security lights work when they’re supposed and end up flickering on and off during the daytime. I was livid. The company didn’t want to hear about it and even tried to make out as if it was my fault. They said that I would have to pay again to have them fixed and that they couldn’t get anyone out to me for at least a fortnight.

Needless to say, I chose another company to fix it. I found out about TL Davis Electrical Designs through a neighbour. He had exactly what I wanted done the past year and he couldn’t praise them enough. I quickly gave them a call, told them my situation and they had a guy come round the very next day to sort everything out for me.

The electrician was friendly, polite and most importantly, competent. He worked swiftly and diligently and had my top-notch security lighting set up in perfect working order in very little time. I was incredibly pleased and now Davis Electrical Designs have a customer for life. If you’re looking for a Tulsa electrician, they’re the people to use.

Very Cheap Car Insurance No Deposit – How to save money

Finding Cheap Monthly No Deposit Car Insurance 

The size of the deposit you pay for auto insurance often corresponds with the amount you’re expected to pay every month for the duration of your policy. For example, if you pay a large amount of money for the deposit then you can generally expect to pay less for your monthly fees. Conversely, the lower the deposit, the higher the monthly price spikes. So finding very cheap car insurance no deposit is somewhat of an oxymoron. 

I personally think that this is kind of an underhanded tactic to trick people to buying policies that they don’t fully understand. Most people live busy and hectic lives and haven’t got the time nor the inclination to really sit down and work out what car insurance coverage they’re getting and how much they’re paying for it. In these frantic times, most people will just settle for the first insurance company that gives them what they feel is a reasonable price. Most consumers are blind to the tricks of the automobile insurance salesman.

They’ll either focus on the cheap rate and ignore the massive deposit or they’ll see that the deposit is cheap and turn a blind eye to the ridiculous monthly fees. Like I said, most people are too busy to really see what’s going on so they just settle. They don’t realise that they’re better deals out there and that they can have their cake and eat it too.

There are plenty of car insurance providers out there that are now offering policies without a deposit. Judging by the examples I outlined above, you’d expect that these no deposit policies cost an arm and a leg for the monthly payments. At one time, this might’ve been the case. But not now.

Many auto insurance companies are offering good car insurance that have both cheap monthly payments and no deposit. No hidden costs or any clauses waiting to bite you in the behind. I’m telling you that you can have both without any downsides.

The other day, after a long and gruelling search through different auto insurance companies, I managed to find such a company. Here ( I’m now fully insured and covered with this company and my monthly bills are lower than ever. I paid $0 for the deposit yet I get to enjoy the peace of mind of having full coverage at such a good, low price.

Getting Cheaper Auto Insurance On Your Annual Renew

This is a guide post, blog post by one of our church members

It’s coming to that time of year again. Time to renew my auto insurance. In fact, every year around this time, I make a point to go over all my bills and make sure that I’m getting the absolute best bang for my buck. This might seem like a pain, and it has taken a while to streamline the process, but doing this helps me save hundreds, maybe even thousands each year. Thousands that I would just be leaving on the table.

I’ve changed energy providers, cellphone service providers, etc. and slashed my annual costs by surprising amounts. Almost every service or provider I use has changed at least once since I’ve been doing this. Except for my auto insurance provider.

I’ve been with the same auto insurance provider for a long time now and for the most part, I’ve been happy with them. I’ve only had two claims my entire life and both times, understandably, my premiums have increased.

Whilst claiming through this company they have been very helpful and there’s never been any hidden costs that have come out and bitten me in the behind when I least expected it. Friendly customer service and an easy and reasonable process to claiming.

However, money talks. It all boils down to who is offering the cheapest auto insurance. Unfortunately, when receiving my auto insurance renewal letter this year, I have noticed a price hike. I understand that these places have costs, that they’re a business and they have to make money. I understand that completely. But likewise, I need to be paying the absolute lowest amount I can to get the highest amount of coverage and service I can. It’s strictly business, folks.

So this year, I will probably be switching insurers. After a few phone calls to my current company, it looks like we’ve reached the limits on what kind of deals they can offer me so it’s time for a change. I don’t quite know who I will be switching over to just yet. I’ll have to do my research to find out not only who has the cheapest auto insurance, but which providers offer the best balance between price and whether they offer no deposit car insurance or not.

The internet is huge and will definitely factor into my research and my choices but so will good ol’ fashioned word of mouth. Which is sometimes neglected in this age of eyes glued to glowing screens. I’ll talk to friends, family and acquaintances. Sometimes a good referral can got both parties a good deal/money off. Everybody can win!