After consulting with an interior decorator, we contacted Lone Star State Construction for an estimate to remodel our master bathroom. Don Peters, one of the owners, was prompt in getting back to us and coming over for an estimate. The estimate we received was well thought out and for the most part detailed. After interviewing two other companies, we decided on Lone Star. This was our second remodel, but our first major one. Everything was changing in the bathroom except we kept the jacuzzi tub. We received guidance on choosing colors, etc. from the decorator and basic measurements from Don. It was up to us to locate all the materials we would need for the project and order the amounts, with some recommended sources offered by Lone Star. We ordered and replaced main, decorative and floor tile for the shower walls and tub enclosure, tile (replacing carpeting) for the flooring, new cabinetry and hardware, countertop and sinks, new faucets for the sinks, tub and shower, lighting, two mirrors to replace one large mirror over the cabinets, an overhead fan and two new vent fans. Here is where I'll say that in retrospect we would recommend using a designer who can give precise measurements as to how much of each product, especially the tile, you will need, providing an exact design prior to beginning your project. Our decorator gave us a VERY rough drawing of her concept, but nothing that was exact. My husband took many measurements himself and when it was time to install we still had to order more tile, incurring additional shipping fees. Lone Star's job is to do the work of construction. It's important you know WHAT you want before you begin. This takes a lot of time and planning. Lone Star State Construction works in tandem with a design service which might be a good place to start for major remodeling. Before the work began we needed to have all of our materials in place. On the first day we met with Don, the subs who would be in charge of various aspect of the work, and most importantly our project manager, Anna Badger. Anna is a jewel and was my lifeline to calm during the remodeling process. We were given an approximate time frame of 30 days to complete the project. The demolition of the old bathroom was completed quickly. Anna was in charge of lining up the subs to do the work when needed. She was my "go to" person throughout the project and communicated with the subs and workers if a concern came up. The sub for the tile worked with me as to the exact design of the decorative tile and shower niche. He didn't rush and we worked out a pleasing design. However, when the deco tile was installed it was off-center. When I noticed that, I realize that was the time to say "stop," and call Anna. When she saw it the next day she came up with a solution for the problem. Tile had to be removed and new tile replaced, but the tile folks covered the cost. We needed to order more decorative tile twice, which had to be shipped and cost additional shipping fees. In the end, the tile is absolutely lovely and we're very happy with the quality of installation. Anna kept in contact with me by phone, text and stopping by once or twice a day to see the progress. She lined up each sub as needed: electricians, plumbers, tilers, painters. I knew who was coming when. We were home most of the time, but there was a lock box to give access to workers in the case we were gone. I was most impressed by the sub, Mike, who oversaw the tiling, painting, installation of the custom cabinet and the mirrors. He, too, reassured me that little glitches are par for the course, worked his best to bring as close to perfection as we could get in quality, and to let me know that our satisfaction was a priority. Anna, too, did everything she could to be sure the work was done well. If a concern came up, she addressed it promptly. After the completion of the work there were two or three items that needed correcting. She saw to it that they were taken care of right away. The vent vans did not work properly as the electricians didn't connect the exhaust hoses to the vent vans. They were responsive to correct this when requested by Anna, but still left some old hardware connected in the attic. The project was completed on the original projected date. Installation of the shower enclosure was a separate transaction, so we had to wait for that before moving in to our lovely new bathroom. Don told us at the beginning that would be the case, but did slightly miscommunicate as to who was to contact the company providing the enclosure. This was easily worked out with Anna. We're very happy with our updated bathroom. The price quoted here was for Lone Star State Construction only. The materials (tile, cabinets, mirrors, etc) were our cost apart from the work, including the shower enclosure. While remodeling is a fun, yet messy, undertaking, I would say that Lone Star Construction, under Anna Badger's guidance, made it a positive experience.