Colin Lovelace was the manager that I did all the pricing and contracting stuff with, and Greg Spencer was my on-site job manager. They were just fantastic -- communicated well, showed up when they said they would (or called if something prevented it), everyone was pleasant and polite, and they cleaned up after themselves. There's no way construction isn't going to be disruptive, but they tried to minimize as much as possible. Every Friday afternoon they took down their scaffolding and set it off to the side, staked their stuff neatly, and swept the walks, so that I could at least enjoy my yard over the weekends. I let them use a bathroom right inside my front door, and if I hadn't known, I would never have guessed there were up to 5 guys using that bathroom every day -- except for the extra toilet paper and cleaning supplies stacked on the counter, stuff they brought and used (they were neat all the time & gave the bathroom a good cleaning before leaving on Fridays too). Most importantly, I couldn't be more pleased with the work they did. They clearly want to do everything right, and take real pride in doing solid attractive work. A great example was my dog door: my siding and windows contract didn't specify anything special about the dog door, and the one I had was serviceable even if the frame was a bit cracked -- but Greg just wouldn't have been ok with leaving a ratty old dog door in the beautiful facade he was constructing. So he went and got a new one, trimmed it to match the window trims, and even added a little overhang to keep rain out! (I had a fixed contracted price for the overall job, little niceties like that in the detail work on site didn't add any cost to me). The concrete work included a sidewalk that was horribly buckled by the roots of my large oak tree. Before Colin would write up a plan for that, he brought out a licensed arborist, to look at the tree and determine how much the roots could be cut back without damaging the whole tree. They obviously cared about doing work that would last, and not fall apart or cause collateral damage after they'd left. The whole house looks beautiful, I get so many compliments on it now! I've really just got nothing but good things to say about them. They're probably not going to be the cheapest, but they're reliable, considerate, and do great work.