I wasted my time talking with these guys. The estimator was an hour late for the appointment; at least he called. He said he didn't realize how far away I was. Didn't he look at a map? A GPS will should give driving distance. He wouldn't quote a price for the drywall; the best he could do is time and materials ($3500 for a taper for a week). He told me they could not tape the seam between the ceiling and wall; the wall would move and the tape would fail. There was no tape in the original drywall. After 40 years there were a couple of small cracks. Clearly he wasn't interested in the drywall work. I never did get even an hourly rate for sanding the floors or the electrical work. The estimator said my best bet was to put in new stairs. In fairness to him, I didn't know what was under the carpet. I had another contractor come out for an estimate. He felt the edge of the stairs. Because the edge was rounded, he was pretty sure that the wood under the carpet was good enough. At that point we pulled enough of the carpet to verify that the treads were good. As we walked out to look at the barn, the estimator from Bennett told me that the only reason he came out was to prevent a bad review. He was clearly in a hurry to leave. Sorry. If someone wastes my time, I'm going to write a bad review. He had no interest in the barn repair, and told me I might have to tear it down. The second contractor immediately focused on the construction of the anchor that prevents the barn from sliding down the hill. I am well within the advertised service area. If a company doesn't want to travel beyond a certain distance, they should make it clear in their service area or verify the address before scheduling an appointment. I can understand a contractor not wanting to take on too big or two small a job. I cannot believe that the job was too small or too large based on some of the other reviews or that the job requirements exceeded their skill set. There was also the potential for a kitchen and bathroom remodel, but I won't be calling these guys again.