Recent Review: The smooth operations started with assigning a project manager, foreman and crew to conduct the following tasks. Kitchen Remodeling: The furr down kitchen ceiling was removed, along with the boxed florescent lighting. The ceiling was raised and recessed lights were installed. Their certified plumber changed the pipes in the ceiling and installed new dual sinks, garbage disposal and a goose neck faucet. Their certified electrician installed electrical wiring in the ceiling to accommodate pendant lights over the bar and installed numerous new electrical outlets in the kitchen and breakfast nook. Seven kitchen drawers and twenty-nine kitchen cabinet doors were removed and refinished and they changed one to a glass door to accommodate a new three shelf wine cabinet. The pantry was redesigned to accommodate a built-in microwave space. Crown molding was installed in both the kitchen and breakfast nook. A beautiful crystal chandelier was installed in the breakfast nook. Old lighting over the kitchen sink was replaced with an LED strip light fixture. A pony bar was removed and replaced with a flat counter top. Cape Cod Beadboard was installed at the base walls of the bar. Formica counters were replaced with granite counters. The wooden window base boards were replaced with matching granite. Travertine tile, along with a complimentary travertine/glass trimming, was used for the backsplash. Thr ceramic tile floor was replaced with ceramic wood plank tile. All the kitchen knobs were replaced with pewter color knobs to match the bar pendants and breakfast chandelier. The finished product resembles an off-white color English kitchen. Ramp installed: A ramp was installed from the kitchen area to the washroom. The old ceramic tile was replaced with the same ceramic wood plank tile to match the kitchen. The step down from the kitchen to the wash room had caused me to break several toes. Since they were working in the wash room, they replaced the washer faucet and lint hosing. Back Porch; The weight of the roof to the patio had caused the three columns to lean. Additionally the weather had caused some of the base on the columns to deteriorate. The columns were modified by adding additional supporting brackets. The brackets were customized to match the existing colonial appearance. The bases of the three columns were also modified by replacing the weak or decayed wood with new material. The patio was repainted. Professionalism and Craftsmanship: From day one, the staff worked diligently. As a retired executive, I am aware of the issues that arise with staff which can easily cause delay in the most well planned projects. I am delighted to report however that this team of professionals were committed to complete the project on time and it was evident by their daily punctuality. I was very impressed with their integrity and knew the entire duration of the project that they could be trusted. As for their craftsmanship, it is evident that these tenured workers took pride in their work. Every detail was entertained and no shortcuts were taken. Before they left each day, they cleaned, sswept and mopped. They hauled away the debrise, ensuring that the kitchen was as functional as possible. The professional skill set of the carpenters, floor, and masonry installers, and granite installers is reflected in my beautiful kitchen. However, the expectations were set by the owner of Tone Homes. Additionally, Johnny Red was in charge of managing the daily activities of the entire project, supplying the required materials and coordinating the scheduling of the various team specialists and supervising the staff. It was indeed a pleasure and an honor to have had a team of honest experts work on the renovation of my kitchen. At the end of the day, I established a set of new friends that work for a company that delivers high level workmanship. I can honestly say that my kitchen looks like something out of a magazine and while I am enjoying it everyday, I have fond memories of the individuals that made it all come true.