I hate to write a negative review but it is the only way I know to get G.L. Hunt to take a step back and review every aspect of their work processes. Crew arrived promptly when scheduled to begin work without any introduction. Nobody in the crew wore a shirt identifying them as a G.L. Hunt hire. Crew was polite, and respectful; however, I quickly learned they could not speak fluent, conversational English. The crew were not supervised on day one....no foreman or supervisor of any type. I was unable to get answers to my questions because of the language barrier. On the second day, a large group of workers arrived and I asked one person if he was in charge and he said "no." I later found out he was in fact the foreman for my project. My sales rep, Dustin Ruhd, never showed up or called me during the two day project or provided any follow-up to see how the project was going. Fortunately, Jesse Rabadan, QC Manager, came to my home and later in the evening called me to discuss questions I had that the crew could not answer. I will say the crew worked diligently and should be commended for working continuously other than a lunch break. G.L. Hunt is a good company that means well but needs major training in communication, project management and basic project supervision. The deficiencies I encountered in their quality management are too many to mention here. However, here is an example: my neighbor had her foundation repair done by G.L. Hunt a week before my project. After completing her job, approximately 6 Zone 1 sprinkler wires were cut by the work crew and were buried without being repaired. When my neighbor discovered her Zone 1 was not operating, she complained to Hunt and they began a search of where the wires may have been breached. When the crew found the cut wires, they attempted a repair with gorilla tape. My neighbor and I insisted that they obtain waterproof wire connectors, which they subsequently did. Someone in the crew knew the wires were cut but never said anything. Sprinkler wires reconnected and wrapped in gorilla tape will work but will eventually short out because it is not a waterproof connection. If your hire Hunt, be prepared to stay in the middle of their work because it is likely you will not see any management involvement to review worker production or quality. Good luck.