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They came up with a very good design. The quality of the materials and of the labor were both excellent. Most of the work was done by Dan Neukirch with some help from his son. Dan is a master craftsman. His work was uniformly excellent. If anything wasn t up to his standards or ours, he would do it again. He also cleaned up every day. The electrical and mechanical subcontractors were also excellent. Our main problem was with timing. The Amazing Spaces salesmen told us the job would take three months (one month for the material to arrive and two more for the construction). It actually took two weeks short of a year. We signed the contract in early June 2007, but work didn t start until December. We got lots of excuses, some of which were true and some were not. Amazing Spaces waited many months for an engineering plan which turned out to be useless because the engineers had not checked our soil conditions. Fortunately, the second engineering plan came faster. They also claimed the town was stalling on issuing the building permit, but that turned out not to be the case. And the room failed several inspections because of incomplete work. Work progressed nicely in January and February, but stalled again in March. We had to threaten writing the Better Business Bureau to set things going again. But in the end we got a beautiful room at a reasonable price. We had a fixed price contract, but ended up having to pay about 10% extra because of our soil conditions required more extensive footings. Also, while there was sheetrock work in the contract, painting the sheetrock was not in the contract and we had to bring in our own painter. They use quality material and do quality work. But I would recommend putting a schedule into the contract with some sort of penalty for excessive delays.