Be careful when dealing with Picture Perfect! We chose this company to do two handyman projects – remove a small section of chain link fence and repair a shed. When Joel, the Picture Perfect rep, was here we had shown him the shed, which needed extensive exterior work including new shingles, door repair, and paint. He didn’t write anything down while he was discussing this project but we thought he knew what we wanted. The description on the proposal we received read “Repair shed, remove rotted wood and dump. Replace with same material, outdoor bead board and paint. Install gravel, fabric, slate stepping stones in the front of the door”. As you can see in the picture what they actually did was work on the front of the shed and put the slate stepping stones. The roof is the worst part of our shed and what we wanted repaired most of all. We also wanted the whole shed painted. Picture Perfect did not paint the sides or back walls of the shed and not touch the shingles at all despite us having discussed it. We now need to hire someone else to finish the repair. Initially we considered using Picture Perfect to put new landscaping in the front of the house. The landscaping proposal was VERY general (e.g. 20 perennials, 4 fill plants) with no way to visualize the final product. We requested a sketch and Picture Perfect agreed….but they never provided anything. We made the decision not to use Picture Perfect for the landscaping. I’ve learned a few hard (and expensive) lessons dealing with these folks. Make sure the quote you are getting is super detailed, don’t assume, like us, that what you discussed is being done if it is not there exactly. Tie them down to a date unless you don’t care when the work gets done. Be ready to be on them constantly for updates as they are never going to communicate to you on their own.