Dwight Jacobsen can do it all. Having remodelled several houses over the years, I can say that without a doubt Dwight is the most meticulous, dependable, and professionally skilled craftsman I have ever encountered in a remodeler. He loves his work, and he wants you to love it, too. He tore out old carpet and painstakingly removed staples and tack strips. Then he took the carpet to a charity that reuses old carpet and got us a $300 tax deduction for it. He found us slate tiles for the hearth that were cheaper than the ones we had originally selected, but of equal quality. His installation of them is beautiful. He cut down cabinets where the new kitchen hood was installed and recut the cabinet doors so they look like they were made that way. He had to cut a hole in the brick wall for the installation, and again, it looks like it was made that way. Unable to find a replacement for an old pocket door latch, he repaired it so it works perfectly. He did a great job matching stains on the baseboards and slate trim. Half of our floor in our family room was sunken about a half inch, and Dwight brought in a contractor to pump mud under it to level it, and then watched to be certain that it was finished settling before continuing with the rest of the floor installation. Levelled our walks and entrance stoops at the same time, and reinstalled the trim. Hooked up an oven in our basement. One of the best things about Dwight is that he keeps in contact with you. He called frequently to give updates on his progress and plans, unlike other contractors we've had that start something and then disappear for days at a time. He has a great eye for detail and design. His pricing was fair and competitive, and he appears to care about your home as much as you do. If you want it done right the first time, I would unhesitatingly recommend that Jacobsen Remodeling be your first call. After you talk to Dwight, you'll see what I mean. And then, he brings us some beautifully seasoned cherry firewood to burn in our fireplace.