The entire job took six months and it was extensive. The structural portions of this job went well. It was not until the job began to wind down that quality, integrity and knowledge became an issue. All kitchen and bath cabinets were installed in haste. The toe kicks on all but one cabinet did not match and one bathroom had none at all. Kitchen cabinets had distress marks, puncture dots, cracks or black smudges. Pocket Door latches were chiseled and left unpainted. A pencil was used to shim the track of a pocket door. The bar with a 2.5 X 6 ft piece of granite on top was never properly supported from the floor. A support was built but it never connected to the bar cabinets. Electrical work was not done by an electrician nor the plumbing by a plumber. A licensed electrician was interviewed for this job shortly after entering the contract, but due to cost, he was not hired. Our double wall oven install lacked base support and was improperly wired. I had the contractor return to re-do the oven installation. At the same time they also had to make a repair to the cabinet housing the oven, which was splitting due to stress. This was a perfect opportunity for the contractor to fix the wiring issue but they did not address it. The second attempt was also incorrect. The lower oven door was rubbing on the bottom trim piece. The oven was not level. You could see the jagged edge of the cabinet cut out along the top of the oven. I decided to have an appliance contractor come out and attempt to install the double oven properly. When it was taken out of the cabinet housing, we discovered the wiring to the oven was an even bigger problem. The same electrician who had been interviewed but not hired was called in to fix the wiring. The oven was left a 3 wire when the they were supposed to bring ALL electrical up to code, which should have made the oven a 4 wire. Nothing about the wiring of this oven was correct, would NOT have passed code. You do not have to be a professional trade to notice shoddy work. Due to the lack of care factor displayed when my job came to an end, I did not wish to have the contractor return to fix any issues I came across. I have since, hired other contractors, licensed in the trade for which each project correction required. I have given Mr. Macik in writing and pictures, a detailed note expressing my disappointment in how this job closed and brought him up to date on what has been done to correct the original remodel, mistakes, He has made no attempt to reply to my email.