Sooo ... here we go. I contacted two people on this day - one off of Angie's List on the internet ... and Garage Vision Company, who was part of Angie's List whom I called and left a phone message on the answering machine. The first person that I had contacted on the internet called back three weeks later ... needless to say, he didn't get the job (one more reason to use Angie's List!). David, who was the owner of Garage Vision Company, called back within an hour or two after I had left the message ... a good sign. I told him where I lived, and he said that he would come out to my home to talk with me and see what was needed. On the very next day David came out to my home to take a look at when we needed to do. We had a good discussion, and I showed him what I thought was needed. He had brought samples and pictures of what he did, which made the choice easy to make. At first I chose the color and texture of the floor, and then after that, the color of the cabinets. He also had a computer that printed out a quite detailed pictorial diagram of what the final layout of the cabinets would look like. Nice! After the original discussion in the garage we both came inside while I decided just how much that I could afford to pay with these things that I wanted. David gave a break in price since I decided to have both projects done. But then there was a little hesitancy on my part about proceeding all at once with both things, because of my financial condition. I would need to wait another month for the cabinets to be installed. This little glitch didn't seem to phase David, so we proceeded to set the date for the installation of the garage floor. The actual installation of the garage floor took place on September 18th and the 19th ... but it turned out to far more smelly than I had bargained for - especially on the second day, with the final coat of epoxy. Really stinky! I was very thankful that my garage was not directly connected with a door directly into the house - it was smelly enough just the way it was. David said that the floor would be hard enough to drive my car back onto the new surface within three days, but I waited an extra two since I didn't want my car to pick up the odor from the new floor. After five days the smell finally disappeared enough to come back in with the car. And, I must say that it did - and still does - look exceptionally nice! My old floor had multiple cracks on both sides of the garage with many grease and paint stains in-between. What a relief ... and how beautiful! Now, the next stage in the project began. And this next step was a bit more difficult - for both of us - since I had begun to realize that the odor from the garage could penetrate into my home and I wasn't so sure that I wanted smelly particle-board cabinets placed all over my garage. I had visions of the many trailers which had caused so much problem after hurricane Katrina - so many people had health problems because of all of the formaldehyde in the particle-board that was used in the trailers. So, I emailed David and began enquiring about the type of materials that he used. I have to say that David seemed to be as interested as I was in finding out about what, if any, health problems would be present with the materials that he was using . He did almost a week of research (which is another reason that it took so long before the cabinets were installed). What he found is that, while the cabinets are indeed made of particle-board - which will off-gas formaldehyde - every effort is made to minimize this off-gassing. One of the things that is done is to place a covering over every surface area. But if a person is really concerned, then David said that there is a "green" alternative which he said he could use, which would further minimize the off-gassing of formaldehyde. This is the option that I chose, thanks to his research. Yesterday - on the 8th of October - the cabinets were finally installed. A beautiful, sunny day, thank goodness. Everything was taken out of the garage by David and the person that he had brought with him, since I am somewhat disabled and couldn't do it myself. At the same time, I also had to leave and go to a doctor's appointment. And he worked around the chaos, being very flexible in every way. This, I have to say for David - he is exceptionally willing to work with people with whatever their needs are. About two hours following my return from my appointment the cabinets were completely finished. And they looked absolutely beautiful! They had extra spring hinges on them then is normally the case with most garage cabinets. Also, they are commercial grade, and are able to take 100 lbs. per shelf ... which is a lot more weight than most of us will ever put on them! Really nice, and I am very happy with them. It would be better, though, if the "wood" grain would show more on the panels, but if that is hardly a complaint, the way that they look. And yes, there is an odor that comes from them, but so far it doesn't seem to present a problem. I am glad about that. Oh, one more thing. Since I am somewhat disabled David and his very able help helped me sort through what we could throw away and what we would put back into the new cabinets ... and all with a smile on their face and good cheer! Would I recommend Garage Vision Company? You betcha! In a moment! It pays to use Angie's List, especially when you can find people like this! If you really want an exceptional garage floor at a very reasonable price ... along with beautiful cabinets ... you can't miss by choosing this company. It is tops!