Overall very happy with the work. Probably because we began the work in the dead of winter (January), he was able to begin as soon as we hired him. Brad usually gets his workers started in the mornings and then leaves to monitor or bid other jobs, but we were quite pleased and comfortable with Wade, who has been with him for many, many years, and his helper, Jesse. They were courteous and very careful with our belongings. Every afternoon before they left, they put furniture back in place, even when we told them it wasn't necessary. This is important to Brad and is something he stresses. In the kitchen and bathrooms, we had wallpaper. After examining it, the decision was made to paint over it, rather than butcher the walls trying to remove it. They sealed and sanded all seams, then primed with Kilz before painting. Honestly, if you didn't know there was wallpaper under the paint, you'd never notice. Excellent job. The cabinet painting was an adventure. My bad, but we didn't decide to paint them until after the walls in those rooms were already painted. They had to take the doors offsite to paint them because they were being sprayed and had to be laid out to dry. This happened during a very wet February, and trying to dry them at our house would have been impossible. That was the only time things were not cleaned up at the end of the day, and that was only because they very carefully closed off the rooms they were working in with plastic and tape. Great job painting the exterior. And we were more than happy with the job they did on our fence. We had thought we'd have to replace or paint it, but once they pressure washed it and then stained and sealed it, it looks like new. Several neighbors have talked to him about doing the same to theirs.