We live in an 100+year old building in which nothing is plumb and the ceilings and walls do not meet at right angles. In addition, the foyer, hall, and master bedroom are each divided into two separate ceiling spaces (thanks to support beams), and the dining room had existing, damaged, small plaster crown molding and is also an elongated hexagon. We weren't sure what could be done that would look good. Miguel Rubiano came and looked, immediately had a proposal for installing 3-part crown molding that would hide the flaws. His 2-person crew, led by a very skilled and efficient crew chief, installed several hundred feet of 3-part wood crown molding in 3 days. This was a lot of work, since everything had to be precisely measured, irregularities accommodated, the new crown molding prepped for painting. The new molding actually enhanced the feeling of ceiling height and camouflaged the flaws beautifully, and skillfully worked the crown molding in the hall around an immovable smoke detector. Initially, we were going to use a smaller molding in the bedroom, but after seeing how good the dining room and foyer looked, we expanded the scope of work and used the larger molding. Mr. Rubiano's crew adjusted to the change readily, and Mr. Rubiano only charged us for the cost of materials, with no cost for returning the previously purchased smaller crown molding pieces. We will definitely use Washingtonian Restoration when we sand and refinish our floors.