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10/10/2014
By: Brenda H.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company
They are just awful on service and I never received a bill and they say I was sent out 2 bills (ok) one that I payed the amount that was due for non disconnection and the next was for another payment for October 1st and that was sent out September middle of the month and now my service has been shut off because of their mistake and now I have to pay full amount that is due for reconnection service I never had a problem with any other light company until I got IPL anybody know any other light companies besides IPL that i can go with and when I signed up I never received contract or was told that the box was electronic so they don't send nobody out to read the meter but I did see somebody come out and read it and they say they don't then who was in my yard reading my meter in their uniform please explain that to me in there light company trucks with IPL on it to so if you know any other Light companies besides this one company for light let me know that has better service and that will send out bills on time thank you. Someone that can help me with budget billing as well and won't be based on my income or my credit.
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04/24/2015
By: Sally M.
Red Door Real Estate
We just listed our Carmel with Taylor fro Red Door. We met with Mike several months back and he and a professional stager went thought the home and made several recommendations on improvements we should make to the home more marketable. After completing these repairs, we pit the home on the market and got an offer within 2 days of listing it. the professional staging and professional photos made a big difference and helped us stand out from the crowd/ We are very happy with Mike Taylor and Red Door Real Estate.
02/06/2015
By: Silke S.
Red Door Real Estate
I really cannot say enough good things about Red Door Real Estate and Mike Taylor. He was so knowledgeable and so patient with us. Because the market was so crazy, we ended up looking for homes for almost 6 months before we found the one. Mike was so responsive and knew exactly what we were looking for, it was amazing. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, Mike Taylor and Red Door will take great care of you.
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06/05/2015
By: John S.
Red Door Real Estate
My job just relocated us here from the Atlanta area, Based on the referral from our Realtor down in Atlanta, we connected with Mike at Red Door and are we very happy we did. He has such a vast knowledge of the area and was so prompt and attentive to us. we ended purchasing a home in the Geist area and could not be happier without home and our choice of Realtors.
10/18/2014
By: Jeffery H.
Red Door Real Estate
We just listed our home for sale with Mike Taylor and the Red Door team and couldn't be happier. Mike sold our home in less than a week for almost full asking price. Closing went off without a hitch and Mike made the whole thing seem effortless. You really cannot go wrong with Mike and Red Door.
01/29/2015
By: Lillian M.
Red Door Real Estate
We listed and sold our home with Mike at Red Door Real Estate. This was our first time selling and Mike helped us with every step. Not only did we have an accepted offer within 10 days, but we got almost full asking price. Mike has been doing this for a while and really knows his stuff.
02/04/2015
By: Margie M.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company
Today was a great day I met a lady name Ms. Bryant who works for Indpls Power Light she was so helpful and polite we need more people like her when you call in to get help. Thank You Ms. Bryant
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06/24/2016
By: Jill H.
Merchandise Warehouse Co. Inc.
Process oriented and goal focused refrigerated warehouse facility. Tech implementation for the new refrigeration space will be unsurpassed. Keep on #Takingittothenextlevel
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05/13/2015
By: Linda H.
Indys Concrete Link
I had my Patio done by them and couldn't be happier.
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