The work to be done at my mother's home was "estimated" at approximately $750/7 hours of labor which broke down to $90+ dollars per hour plus materials. The worker showed up at 8:30 a.m. as promised and finished part of the work by approximately 8:30 p.m. This did include trip to the store for some unexpected but needed parts and a side trip to another job site. He had not yet completed the faucet replacement. He was to return at 8:30 a.m. the next morning. He called me at 7:20 a.m. the next morning and said he was on his way to my mother's home but did not have the tool needed to bore holes in the tub for the new faucet. He did, however, leave the bill and despite my asking him to do so, made no contact with my mother. I attempted to reach him at 11 a.m. wondering when he would be returning to my mother's home, as she had already had to cancel a medical appointment to accommodate the second day of work. I was told he would be there after 3 p.m. By 3:30 p.m. my mother rescheduled for another day. I found it funny that I had received a customer satisfaction survey prior to the work being completed. I did contact Mr Handyman to ensure that the bill would not be paid until the work was complete. They were agreeable to that arrangement. On the new date the worker showed up on time and finished the faucet installation. He did require my mother to sign another work order/bill for the faucet work prior to the job being started. The worker failed to clean up his mess where the new floor under the water heater was installed. He also did a poor job of reinstalling the paneling and trim that covered the access to the tub water supply. I will say that the trim was not in the greatest shape to start, but there was a complete length, albeit in segments, that held the paneling in place. After his work, there are simply small, non continuous segments of trim holding the paneling in place. Her final bill was $1,165.10 and according to the worker she was not charged for his shopping time and only charged half the labor time for the faucet installation. I did read at least one review on Angie's list that Mr Handyman did not honor their estimate, but I opted to go with them anyway. Most of the work was done well, but I would not hire Mr Handyman again due to the significant difference in the estimated number of hours to complete the job vs. the actual time to complete the work resulting in an increase of over $300 in her final bill.