Freewalt Builders did our extensive remodeling project and did a generally excellent job. The demolition involved taking down and hauling off a suspended concrete patio, fireplace and gutting the den, laundry area, kitchen and a bathroom all down to the studs. They pulled all that off, especially breaking up and hauling off that massive suspended concrete patio creatively and inexpensively. Many structural repairs were needed due to leakage around the old fireplace, etc. Nothing fazed them. We had drawn floor plans, deck plans and electrical/gas/water plans for the rebuild. There were some challenges, like the spot where we were going to need a very long laminated beam to support the upstairs as we were pulling out a 16? run of the outside wall. They handled it all easily. Art and co. made some good suggestions for tweaks in a few cases, including getting the maximum square footage gain out of the effort. He brought in good craftsmen for the custom cabinetry (excellent job by John Robertson) and counters (another excellent job by John Baker ? Top That LLC). Good tile and finishing work, and good painting. Appliance installations went well. We put on a multi-level deck around the new expanded areas and decided to go with cedar on all of the visible surfaces and pressure-treated pine for the support posts and underpinnings. Art found a good cedar supplier which helped with the cost quite a bit. He might have gone a little over the top dressing up the deck woodwork, but I have to say it?s pretty. All of the things they built, from the footing for the new sunroom on up to the roof, and everything in between, are built to last. You could park an Abrams tank on that deck! Things to watch out for: We are in Little Rock. Art and his crew and other subcontractors are all from Hot Springs Village and Hot Springs. Since we ended up doing this over the winter (mid-Nov ?13 to mid-May ?14) there were many weather-related delays as they simply could not get here from there. So plan your project accordingly. I think we were Art?s first venture into Little Rock, so we had to help quite a bit with orienting him to local suppliers. But he has a lot of experience with that now! Finally, they got a bit too much going on during about the middle of the project, making for inconsistent crew and supervisor from one day to the next, and some low-results days. So we would tell one person (or Art) a particular, then find it being done differently, and have to re-do. That problem got better before the end of the project, though. Between that and the uncooperative winter weather, it took longer than it ought to have. Which can translate to more $. I think things might have gone more smoothly if the same senior person had been on site week in and week out, as much as possible. All in all, we are very pleased with the results!