They actually arrived a few minutes early! And, after discussing the projects and the order in which I wanted them done, they went to work. Because my front door is a somewhat unusual size, the person who had installed the original door did a creative and problematic installation with the latch unit in the wrong place. Tony removed the entire frame area and did an excellent job of installing the door and reframing so that the door opens and closes perfectly and easily! He took the same approach with my closet - "it must be done properly." I have a lot of clothes and needed the closet to be mostly double-hung, with about 20 inches at one end for hanging robes, etc.. Because I did not tell him in advance about the double hanging, Tony had to send his son to the HD to get lumber on which the rods and hangers would be (securely) installed. He even put a vertical board at the end of the partial rod - for practical and aesthetic reasons. And, he made the distance between the rods and shelves just perfect, so I can get as many clothes and shoes in the closet as possible. His son did an equally excellent job of replacing the lights and of fixing the leaning umbrellas. One of the lights had to be moved slightly to the right because the new light's base would not fit the former opening. Tony is a perfectionist and finds creative and practical solutions to problems. And, his son is learning to imitate his father's quality of work. They were both very personable and accommodating, and actually ate their lunch while working. I do not think you could find better craftsmen. Tony will be returning soon to do the rest of the things on my very long list. You should also know that Tony communicated with me via email about the projects so that he would bring the appropriated tools.