The work was terrible. The knobs were installed but are not level with each other on the same cabinet. Some cabinets needed a smaller screw, but instead of telling us that a smaller length screw was needed, he just installed the knob - I now have to go to Home Depot to get smaller screws and swap them out. When he installed the peep hole, he splintered the wood on the outside of the door. He should have drilled a pilot hole and then used the circular bit part of the way through on both sides. This would have prevented the splintering. The pictures and mirrors were hung okay. The clocks were hung, however a bolt was used to hang one clock. As a result, when you attempt to open the clock door, the clock falls off the wall. I went to Home Depot and got a washer which solves the problem. He or his worker cracked the ceiling wall board when they were prep'ing for the attic flooring installation. After some discussion, he finally agreed to get his company plasterer out to fix it. The ceiling fans were the end of using this contractor. Of the 8, he installed 1 completely wrong - said it was a problem with the fan; we made him re do it and it worked. He put together the 2nd one wrong and when we told him he said he wasn't going to fix it. The 3rd one now flickers when you turn on the light. When he got to the 4th one he decided he wasn't making any money on this (and said as much) then stormed out of the house refusing to do anymore fan installations after he put the light fixture back up. When he put the light fixture back in, he said that the light was broken and we had to point out to him that it worked when he just took it down. He finally got it working, however he left the finial off. During the ceiling fan installation he blew the breaker switch several times. This was when we fired him. The contractor constantly lost his temper and yelled about the fans and everything else. When he orignally bid the project we told him several times that Hunter Fans were difficult to install and he might want to up his bid.