The main reason I hired them was to have my subfloor in my bathroom fixed. I had a contractor in my condo a few years ago and he removed my concrete subfloor. I hired everlast because they do pouring of concrete. When their person arrived at my place, he immediately said that I would need to redo the vanity because they need to remove it to get under it. I did not understand why, but assumed that because they would be pouring concrete they needed the space above to be clear. While he was at my place, he took the liberty to walk around my home and look at everything. I found it odd. We agreed on about 9k for redoing the floor and fixing the subfloor, tiling, re-stain the vanity, and doing the counter top. I had a pervious estimate for 7k so I was ok with this estimate. So when they opened the floor up they made the determination that they would not pour concreate, instead they would just fix my subfloor. After talking through this I was ok with it, but not thrilled about not having the concrete back. Basically they found out that the previous contractor had done things like using the wrong material for the floor tiles and under the floor tiles and did not screw the things together very well. This is what caused the issues. Pros from this work: 1) subfloor got fixed; 2) floor got retiled with a nice tile; 3) cabinet got stained, the original color I picked turned out orange so I went with a dark walnut which was much better; 4) I got a new counter top as well, I wanted ceasarstone but they wanted to do my middle bath at the same time if I did the ceasarstone and we initially tried a white slab of quartz. The white quartz was not installed very well and they ended up doing the ceasarstone anyway. ; 5) there was some sound insulation techniques implemented like putting foam around the drain pipe and some other things like that around the edges of the room; 6) the walls were patched up.; 7) walls and ceiling were repainted; 8) They were willing to fix any issues I found and were pretty responsive. Cons from this work: 1) no concrete subfloor, which is why I hired them. Other notes: 1) We tried this white quartz which turned out to have specs in it that looked rather unpleasant. The white quartz was the backup in the event that they could not get the Caesarstone, but instead of waiting for the Caesarstone they installed the white quartz and then had to remove it and install the Caesarstone; 2) They did not install the faucets I picked out, instead they found another one, fortunately they new faucets were nice enough to work in the new bathrooms and were similar enough. After this job was completed and I was paying the last bill, I was persuaded into paying 31k for doing similar work in the 2 other bathrooms. I was a bit confused to where the 31k came from and didn't get an answer. The master bath work was about the same as the back bathroom work, without fixing the floor and the middle bathroom work was less work. The job extension would be: 1) painting the walls of the master bathroom; 2) tiling part of the floor in the middle bathroom; 3) re-stain the vanity in the master bathroom; 4) putting Caesarstone, new sinks and faucets in the master bathroom; 5) painting the middle bathroom; 6) re-stain the vanity in the master bathroom; and 7) putting Caesarstone, new sinks and faucets in the master bathroom; 8) removing a glued wall mirror with a hanging wall mirror that I purchased. We treated this as a job extension instead of new work. While the quality of work is good and they do work pretty fast, I can't afford to do more work with them at their price.