John came out late afternoon because I could not leave work until 3:30. He gave me an estimate after checking out everything that would be needed. He informed me that I would need a permit, which I knew. I appreciated that he would not do work that was not done up to code. The project involved adding a new line from the meter, running it into the garage, around the garage to the attic. Then it went through the attic to the kitchen and down the kitchen wall. John and his partner John came and did the work on the MLK holiday. They made a special effort to only open a small portion of the wall behind the stove rather than having to go through my living room wall. The inspector came and determined that the dropped line was not of sufficient size. John came back, installed the proper pipe, had the system reinspected, and finalized everything. There were no additional charges. Both men were very professional and knowledgeable. In fact, I was asked if I intended to install a tank-less water heater sometime in the future. I don't know if I do; however, John suggested that this would be a great time to add a T to the new line so that can be done sometime later. No real extra cost, but great suggestion for pre-planning.