Recent Review: My house is built mid-50's, only 1 bathroom. The water line going to the shower inside the wall was rusted and had been leaking for some time, causing the bottom floor plate of the frame of my house to rot out and most of the structure around it also. You could see outside into my yard from the bathroom wall. This led me to opt for a complete bathroom remodel. It took a total of 5 working days to complete the job. Prior to getting started, I met with Rudy Paiz, the owner of the company. He personally looked at my house and provided me with a quote. He met me at a tile store so I could give him an idea of the colors and border that I was interested in. I put my trust in Rudy to take my ideas and choose a tile combination that I might like. I must say, he hit the nail on the head. The finished bathroom is absolutely gorgeous! Here's how it went..... Days 1 & 2 consisted of removing the entire bathroom, all tile, tub, toilet, sink and shower walls. The workers cut out and replaced all the plumbing lines & fixtures. They replaced the damaged wood framing of the house and also reinforced the wall studs where they felt it needed to be done. New insulation was put up and a new tub was put into place. Jose was the plumber/worker and also his son-in-law doing this. Then they put up the backing for the tile, hardy board I think, and new sheetrock on the rest of the wall. On day 3, Carlos came in and tiled the entire shower, all the way to the ceiling. He also laid all new floor tile. On day 4, Jose & his son-in-law came back to do all the grouting. They installed the toilet, sink and shower fixtures/faucets. On the 5th & final day, Enrique showed up. He's the finishing man and jack of all trades. In one day, he cleaned up all the grout and rough edges and made the tile "smooth." Then he put primer on the ceiling and walls of the bathroom. He hand designed a "Venetian" patterned texture and painted it. He caulked everyplace where caulking was needed. Now, where every tile meets the wall, it's clean. Where the pained wall meets the newly installed trim, it's clean. On the corner wall where the tile ends and the sheetrock begins, he made a smooth transition of texture & grout. Everything has a "clean," fresh new look. The owner of the company, Rudy Paiz, was in contact with me the entire time and came over to check out the progress twice. HIs guys laid down paper & tarp flooring so as to minimize tracking debris through the house. They removed items from the bathroom and cleaned up as they went. Rudy's workers were professional and didn't waste any time getting things done at all. Never once did I catch any of them goofing off. They were all about getting the job done. Money well spent. I have other home repair projects in line to be done and Rudy will be the first person I call to come look and give me an estimate. Rudy is the kind of business owner who gets involved with the customer personally from start to finish. This is the kind of company I would be happy spend money with and employ to do my other home repairs.