Craig is been the best I have ever hired. He is a true craftsman with an eye for detail and creative solutions. My 1926 Oak Park home has a good-sized kitchen that dated to 1981 with high-quality Amish cabinets plus a large pantry area with a built-in "wife's" desk. There was no reason to replace the maple cabinet boxes, but the veneers had cracked and peeled -- the brown was out-dated and dark. In addition to new doors, painting the boxes, and 40 pulls, Craig suggested replacing the desk, which no one used as a desk anyway, with a full-sized 4 drawer double cabinet. He also added 4 slide-outs to a corner with lots of dead space, 2 spice racks to the doors beside the store, an additional pullout by the stove, a lazy susan to a corner cabinet, and new full extension glide rails to all the drawers. He slightly mismeasured the heights of a stack of four drawers, and though I might not have noticed since he installed them in a 2:1:2 gap pattern, he was dissatisfied, believing they should be regularly spaced, and reordered 3 of them to accomplish (and a door front that was was dented during shipping). He asked me to hold back a few hundred dollars from the balance settlement until the work was completed. Craig came back and finished the job about a month later at a time that worked for us both, and he was right, the replaced drawer fronts look even better. Throughout, it's clear that Craig is an expert, and my wife and I have enjoyed working with him; we've emailed and spoken frequently, and he's asked my thoughts on at least 2 permanent install detail choices before moving ahead with the work. Although he's not inexpensive, I believe am getting my money's worth: he was 40% less than what Home Depot quoted me, which included silly extra work, such as adding plywood underneath the upper cabinets. Craig has repeatedly offered to return if I notice anything, or to touch up finishes in the future as needed.