We needed to install a wider door to our house, since our son lost the use of his legs and is now in a wheelchair. We had to knock down part of the exterior wall and build a whole new doorframe - - not a simple operation. Dan came out, examined the situation, and presented us with various possibilities, including some options we hadn't considered. (His experience with wheelchair situations was immediately obvious). Once we decided what would make the most sense, he sent two workers out to do the job. Both of them did superb work, were fast and neat, and were really good guys, too. Considering what these guys did, and how well they did it, I've never spent money better. Here's the kicker: When Dan came by to get the final check, he noticed that a stretch of our wheelchair ramp system was muddy and rutted, and insisted on fixing the problem (which was a huge problem: getting a stuck wheelchair out of the mud is not a lot of fun). He said he'd be by in a few days and fix things. The next day, I came home from work, and there he was, down on his knees, putting a bridge in over the mud, so that our son can get out of the house himself without getting stuck. How much did it cost? He insisted on doing it for FREE. What was the value to us? PRICELESS. Dan is really good at what he does, and he is really creative. The people who work on his jobs are first-rate. More importantly, he's just a wonderful human being. If you're tired of getting ripped off by contractors, there's an alternative.