Oh, where to start?! They get a AAA rating from start to finish. I had researched all of the driveway people, but knew from the previous reviews that I was probably going to go with Tim, but did call 2 other companies for estimates. The price was very reasonable and it was a plus having someone who could do more than just the driveway. I thought we were going to have to get separate companies to do the other work. The brick planter was broken (not just cracked) in a couple places, so he repaired it with cinder blocks (since it would be nearly impossible to find matching brick on this 50 year old home) and then covered the whole box with a tinted mortar (stucco/adobe) to match the house and drilled weep holes. They removed the dirt, placed a rock drain base and replaced the dirt. I didn't want all of the dirt back in so that I could put in some new potting soil, so they spread the extra dirt in places in the yard that needed it. They had to remove some monkey grass and asked if I wanted to save it. On their own, the guys found some empty containers in the back yard, added dirt and put the plants in them for me. That was so sweet! Now, I can replant them. With the old bushes removed from the planter, we could see how far the extra sidewalk needed to be from halfway down the drive to the walk up to the front door. We wanted this, so that we didn't have to step out of the car onto the grass/mud. Tim had a vision that I lacked in how to put in a couple curves to tie it in with the original walk. Then they replaced the driveway that is large enough to hold 4 cars. I have a thick ground cover around a tree that goes up within inches of the drive, and they didn't harm one leaf of it. I added a sidewalk from the drive around the house into the back yard, so that I could store the trash/recycle bins behind the fence and out of sight. They removed an ugly tree that was in the way. Then they replaced the fence and gate with beautiful cedar pickets. Somewhere in between, they removed the burglar bars that were on the outside of the house, which made window cleaning very difficult. Since we have an alarm system, we don't need these anymore. Tim and the men in his crew were all so nice and did things that were not billed to me, i.e.: They took my spare Saltillo tiles and made a nice walk down the front of the planter box to the water faucet. Where my new sidewalk ended inside the gate, they took my spare cement blocks and made an additional walk that sloped down to the grass, so that the yard guy can roll the mower in more easily. From my new sidewalk inside the gate to the fence, the ground sloped and I knew I didn't want to put a bunch of dirt up next to the fence, so Tim added a couple extra boards, to hold the new dirt that I will get away from the fence. Whenever the workers saw me moving heavy things to get them out of their way, they would promptly come over and do it for me. Sigh! I hope all my future remodeling goes this smoothly! With Angie's List, I'm sure I will! I never would have found T-C Construction without it.