Projects started out well, We we happy with quality of painting in garage and home, although workers didn't cover most things in home so paint splatters everywhere, and we had to pay extra for all the paint they had to buy because they said walls were soaking up paint more than usual. Closet took a long time to complete and ended up costing more than we expected. Medicine cabinet apparently had to be made from scratch and has one edge that is not finished. Kitchen cabinets were a nightmare. We requested an acrylic paint. Contractor said he'd spray cabinet doors but did not, and we asked that they use foam rollers on cabinets, but he told us they did not use rollers, assuring us finish would be smooth. Workers painted and sanded cabinets over and over again for a week and could not get smooth finish. Estimate was $1,900 (just for cabinets), which we thought was a little low to begin with, so when he asked for additional money, we willingly paid before they finished. Total was $3,100. When they finished, we let him know we were not happy at all with cabinets--brush marks and sanding marks all over, some areas not covered. Contractor said he would send "real painters" to re-do them, and we'd split the difference of the extra cost. He said issue was because we had requested acrylic paint (he had tried to talk us into oil-based paint.) Told us Sherwin Williams told him they had been receiving a lot of complaints about their acrylic paint, but when we went to talk to them they assured us that they had spent 20 years perfecting acrylic paint to be nearly as good as oil-based. "Real" painters showed up and said they could make the cabinets look good no matter what paint we chose. They were very professional, finished in a short period of time, and cabinets were just the way we wanted. However, contractor asked for additional $6,000 (!!!) to pay them, saying it was our fault because of the color and refusing to acknowledge the poor paint job that was initially done. We agreed to $4,000 because we knew second group of painters had to be paid, and he would pay for supplies, but then he refused to pay for supplies. So we ended up paying close to $7,500 to have kitchen cabinets painted. From online research it seems that an average price would be about $100 per door, so $4,000 total for our kitchen. We had no problem with second group of painters, but disgusted that we had to pay for the original poor job. Except for painting of garage and house, everything ended up costing far more than we expected.