Painters hired by my general contractor, who went out of business. I asked for an upscale job, with attention to detail and sharp edges, and was willing to pay extra for it. My contractors selected Kurt's team. The price was a bit high, as expected. Kurt was very nice and professional. The quality of the painting was OK - I did specifically ask for the edges to be sharp and not overlapping onto the ceiling or woodwork, but they pretty much all overlapped by a moderate amount - not sloppy, just not the accuracy I had wanted for that specific job (it would have been fine for others). They also painted right over the window tracks, which had to be replaced. But testament to Kurt's professionalism, he was extremely professional, did not disagree with anything but immediately offered to fix the work and pay for the tracks. Painters returned to fix the edges. They are now a bit closer to the true corner, but still actually overlap a bit, I decided to just let it be. Apart from the edges, the painting looked great. They did excellent prep of the woodwork and nice, even application that is still holding up well today, I like the smooth surfaces. Here's the amazing part, though. While the general contractor I hired went out of business and stiffed the painters on the job (they didn't get paid a dime for the work on my house despite my paying the general contractor in full), Kurt was true to his word and still paid for the window track to be replaced! So overall I would say if you want someone who you know you can trust, Kurt is your man. They do a very decent job painting for most applications, and will fix things until they get it to your liking without arguing, which is the most important character for a contractor in my book.