On the plus side, they were the only company to even return my call for an estimate. They came out pretty quick to give the estimate. They agreed to do the work in May. Then a few weeks later I was told I was on the job board. Finally, in early September, after I called and inquired if they were, in fact, going to do the work or should I look elsewhere, they were there in two days. Of course, then it started pouring rain the morning they showed up. They took one day to finish the work, which made it more baffling why it took two and half months to complete the job. When they finally started work, it started pouring rain and they destroyed much of my lawn that was already established with their machines due to the soft turf. They agreed to reseed that portion as well as the new portion. The new lawn, and the part destroyed, was hydroseeded in a timely manner but the new lawn/repaired portion were, and are, choc-full of weeds. It seems pretty clear that they only like to bother with much larger projects. If you have just an average sized job, you're probably better off going with a smaller company. They were polite and up front but the time it took to just start the job was a major inconvenience and the results were pretty disappointing considering the weed field that resulted. I have worked hard to reduce the number of weeds but still a problem. Of course, there is a disclaimer with hydroseed that makes no guarantee of how good the grass will be, so what can you do?