We hired Dunrite to repair dry rot at our back door and windows. The dry rot had gone deep enough that I couldn't repair it myself. They completely replaced the back door and framing/molding (because dry rot hat penetrated the door itself, as well as the molding around the door), and replaced the rotted window molding, for the same price another company was going to charge just to replace the molding. The crew working on the door and windows basically insisted on perfection (in a good way). They made sure the door was perfectly balanced and opened/closed smoothly. We always had to shove our old door; the new one operates beautifully. The work was done very quickly -- less than two days for the door and windows. They patched and painted the interior and exterior walls and trim (some damage is inevitable with a big job like this), cleaned the floor to remove any sawdust, and cleaned up after themselves outside. The door and windows look better now than they did when we bought the house 10 years ago. We had been saving up for years to install tile in the laundry and bathroom, so while Dunrite was here, we contracted for that as well. This work was also done beautifully. It took roughly two days each for each room. The bathroom was a challenge because the walls are not perfectly square, but they took extra time to make sure the tiles looked right before installing. They communicated frequently with us to make sure we were satisfied. In addition to installing the tile, Dunrite installed a new counter and vanity, mirror, and light fixture, and replaced the wooden shoe molding with PVC to prevent mildew and rot. I noticed a couple of rookie errors by a younger member of their crew, but they are easy to fix. Dunrite is coming back late this week to address those problems. I will update my review at that point. I should mention that Dunrite went beyond the contracted work. Joe noticed that the dryer vent was improperly installed -- I hadn't noticed, because it's shoved against the wall and I hadn't supervised Sears when they delivered the dryer -- so he is returning later this week to address that. And when patching and painting the walls in the bathroom and laundry, they went ahead and painted some spots that we (not they) had scuffed in normal daily use. In short: Dunrite does high quality work. They are knowledgeable and highly skilled, and focused on making sure the customer is satisfied. Prices are reasonable -- you get a good value for your money. Sonja (owner) is responsive to emails. Joe (who oversaw our project) is knowledgeable, communicates well, and remembers details. He stays on top of things in an impressive manner.