We found these guys on Angie's List, and their reviews and displayed work looked like what we wanted. Erik scheduled a visit to collect information from which to render an estimate. Both he and Danny asked all the right questions, and more importantly, listened to all the answers. The construction options offered were great. Erik submitted an estimate to us which we reviewed, but ultimately decided to perform the work at an agreed to hourly rate. This worked out much better for both them and us. The crew showed up when they said they would, even though the weather gave them fits. Mental note: January and February is not the ideal time to rebuild a deck. They had the old deck down and in the construction dumpster in less than 2 hours. The repairs to the bay window support structure commenced the next day. That turned into about 4 times as much work as anticipated. The original construction of the bay window support structure was much worse than we expected. Erik and crew resolved those issues completely. The ceiling drywall in a downstairs bedroom was removed to gain access to the structure which also revealed some electrical issues which they fixed also. The deck support structure went up as described / as planned. Most all material came from Lowe's, where Erik and Danny hand picked the material. We were unable to locate a reasonable source of supply for redwood decking locally, but we did find a source for Brazilian Redwood in Atlanta. Our trip to Atlanta to pick up the material was the stuff of legend.... Erik and crew had a couple of short term jobs they accomplished while we got the decking material rounded up. The attention to detail was very good, and the step by step planning made the job unfold very well with little lost motion. The exotic material for the decking required a somewhat different application technique which the crew picked up really quickly. Over all, the work looks great, and as soon as the budget comes out of intensive care, we're gonna invite these guys back for some other projects.