The work was completed as described. The people were all very nice, professional, on time each day, great clean up. I wanted to change 1990s fruitwood stained alder wood cabinet doors and boxes to painted white. Mark convinced me that painting was not a good idea d/t the problems, over time, that accompany paint. He was very nice, not pushy. I went with the "tune up" but wish I had gone with the paint. The cabinets do look "tuned up" They have a shine but just look like they have been washed down and a shine product applied. This is of course what was basically explained to me so the company did what they said they do. I guess my point is that if you have an older home, original brown stain to wood and want to "update" then you should either 1) Replace the cabinets (which I could not afford to do) or 2) go with your gut and get them painted because just "tuning up" is not going to make you happy. I wish I would have gone with the white painted look. It would have been about the same amount of money and I know I would have been happier. I just had 14 (6 panel doors) replaced and all existing window and baseboard trim for 3 bedrooms, 5 closet and 12ft hall, WHICH HAD THE SAME FRUITWOOD STAIN, done for $2600.00, price including painting everything white AND INSTALLING NEW DOORS. IT looks GREAT and I am so happy with it. Mark and his company did what they said they would do and there is no fault with them. I do think this is basically a good cleanse with a gloss top coating of KitchenFit proprietary product and significantly overpriced. BTW I had estimates of $2700.00 to 3500.00 for painting of the cabinets so price was not the deciding factor for me; it was the sales pitch. Kitchen Fit was just more convincing r/t longevity of the work product. Expensive lesson learned.