I was quoted $1800 for the entire job and I agreed to it. I thought it was fairly high, but since Ivan, it seems like all contractor work has skyrocketed in price. After I saw how much work it took to complete the job, I thought the price was a lot more fair than I did at first. All in all I am satisfied with the job, with a few exceptions. They are as follows: 1)I like to think that I'm a reasonable person. If a tradesman cannot make an appointment, that's fine. I just would expect a courtesy call so I either know he'll be late or we can reschedule. Things happen, I know this. This proved to be an ongoing problem with Darrick. He was several hours late on the first day and didn't call my wife and I until we spoke to Rob, the owner. Darrick then called and said he was stuck at home watching his kids because his wife was still at work. He was late almost every time we set an appointment, and not by a few minutes, sometimes by over 3 hours, and almost always he didn't call to let us know. That's extremely unprofessional. I used to have a moving company, and I absolutely insisted my guys call the customer if they were going to be over 15 minutes late. Because of this lateness, a certain level of tension started growing between us and Darrick, which I feel eventually showed up in his work. The first bathroom he did went fine. The second had some issues because Darrick just started acting like he wanted to just be done and be gone. When he taped off the tiles for spray painting, he tore away several sections of the paint on the walls. It's not a huge deal, because we plan on repainting anyway, but now we weren't given the option. He also caused etching damage from an acid he used on the tiles that landed on the spigot in the bathtub, and the sink faucet because of poor job of taping them off. He customized the tile coating for this room, and apparently threw out the mix before doing touchups, so a few of the tiles around the tub don' match perfectly. When we talked to Rob about our issues with Darrick, he implied to my wife that it was our own fault for using a customized color, instead of one of the two standard ones they have in stock. That's not true, because it was Darrick who suggested the customized color. My wife and I expected both bathroom tiles to be done in the same bone coloring the first one was. The custom color was a surprise for us. I was surprised at the mixture of professional labor and craftmanship, and the apparent disregard of our time wasted sitting around waiting for him to decide to show up, or for that matter to even call.