Paul was awesome! If I could give him an A++++ I would. Anyone lucky enough to hire Paul will get above and beyond great service. His Master Craftsman, Mark Doescher, was excellent. I m disabled and needed a new, safe bathroom. They completely gutted the bathroom clear to the studs in the wall then replaced the old (1963) shower with a new tile one complete with a bench seat, large cutout in the shower wall to hold shampoo and other sundries, grab bars all around the shower, hand-held shower wand that I could reach from a sitting position and my husband could use standing up. Paul went with us to help us pick out the tiles (good quality and sturdy) and also helped us pick out the other fixtures, faucets, lights, fan, sink, and other sundries. The bathroom is small and he was able to have his cabinet person build us a vanity with drawers (you can't appreciate that until you have no place to store 'stuff') and a large cabinet over the commode for more storage. We picked out the quartz counter top for the vanity and the cabinet maker put the sink to one side to allow more room for the drawers, yet it looked very nice. The shower has glass above the vanity (so I'm not showering is a 'cave') and a glass door from the vanity to the far wall. Add a mirrored medicine cabinet (more storage!) and an ADA commode with grab bars all around and I have a great bathroom!! Paul dropped by almost every day to check up on the job even though he knew Mark knew his job well and was doing a great job. Mark made sure that the bench seat was the right height for me as were all the grab bars to keep me safe. Mark had experience setting up bathrooms for disabled people and his care and concern showed in his work. He also put a hand rail on my front porch for safety because there is a steep step there and another minor project that made my life soooo much better. Their prices were quite reasonable for the work they did and I will not hesitate to use them again for any other projects. They were pleasant to work with and kept me appraised on what they were doing and why. Again I would recommend them without hesitation to anyone who has a home 'project' done.