Let me say up front that I was very pleased with the service. This is the first time I used a handyman from a contract service rather than hiring a friend, and they were very easy to work with and quite professional. In the end, it took about 7 hours. What I provided: Baseboard, adhesive for plaster and brick walls, caulk, and paint. Pricing: The pricing structure is a little unusual in that they charge hourly. I hired a handyman and an assistant for $140/hr, and there was a minimum 4-hr charge. This makes little incentive for the handyman to work expeditiously. This was remedied (see "oversight") but I opted to paint it myself to save some time/money. Oversight: Here is the best part...the company called me during the project to make sure I was happy with the work, as it was happening. They also sent a supervisor, Jose, out to check on them. Because the handymen brought the wrong saw (I loaned them mine) and weren't moving as fast as Jose thought they should, the company gave me a very discounted rate. They also got another saw from another nearby job. The company also followed up at the end to make sure I was happy. A++ for customer service. Quality: They did a pretty good job, and all of the joints were pre-glued before they were applied which ensured a tight fit. My only complaint is that they got a little caulk on the wall which I'll have to touch up with paint. Removing baseboard without damaging sheetrocked walls is not easy, and aside from one small dent in the sheetrock where they used their prybar, they left my walls otherwise unscathed. I'm sure had I done it myself, the damage would have been more severe.