The house was built with an open-air deck above one half of the garage, and the garage completely sheet rocked, textured, and painted. A water leak developed in the deck a while ago and damaged the ceiling below. The deck was resealed and tested, and we finally got around to having the garage ceiling repaired. I had Tim of Tim's Handyman Services come out, look it over and give me an estimate. I was favorably impressed and we scheduled the work. Tim and an assistant arrived on the scheduled day and began removing the damaged sheet rock. At this point it was found that the ceiling was insulated with fiberglass batts which were somewhat moldy. The old batts were removed, the area cleaned with bleach,and, after a trip to the store, replaced. New sheet rock was then installed, taped and sanded, then sprayed with popcorn texturing to match the rest of the ceiling. The entire job was done in two days and looked great. The estimated price was adjusted to cover the new insulation and was very reasonable. I was extremely satisfied with all aspects of the job. Before he left, I had Tim look at a concrete patio I wanted tiled, and he is doing that job even as I write this review.