Quality of paint used was a contractors grade though we had requested a QUALITY paint be used. This caused us to have to pay for a second coat of paint that was not included in their original price/bid. Even though painting job did NOT include doors and baseboards, we have been scraping paint off them for months following the job. On the shower remodel they tried to get away with using some of the old drywall, and new common drywall (not properly backed, nor the proper drywall for a shower). We caught that and made them replace it with the correct material--hardy board. We gave them SPECIFIC size opening for the shower, and they ended up with an opening for the shower door 4 inches oversize. They also cracked some of the existing floor tiles of the bathroom, because the tiles were not properly protected during construction. They rebuilt the widened door jam with a cheap grade pine, rather than matching it to the existing surrounding smooth materials; this resulted with knots bleeding through the paint, and an extremely rough and ugly finish. The electrical hookup was left disconnected in the attic forcing us to hire an electrician to complete the electrical work by installing a junction box and installing the light fixture. When we contacted John Sobiech about these problems his response was an ugly email, full of insults and innuendos. We have since reported him to the Arkansas Contractors Board, and we are waiting a response on this. We definitely do NOT recommend Bella Vista Contractors. He TALKS a good game--but Beware of his work!!