I'm not one to review companies just for their estimate but my experience with Rebath was so ridiculous that I need to share. First, they are up front about having any adult with decision-making power or opinion home during the estimate. As they offer late and weekend appointments, this was fine. My estimate included replacing windows in the corner shower and I was quickly told that Rebath doesn't do windows but that they could just "cover up" the existing windows from the inside. That should have been my cue to stop the estimate right there. The estimator did some measurements, asked some questions, went outside to call his boss with questions and repeated this cycle about 3 times. Finally the estimator was ready and asked me and my wife to sit down to listen to his "estimate" -- he was perturbed that she couldn't sit down as we have 2 small children to look after. The "estimate" started with a video on his tablet of the current shower with his voice over about the horrible state it was in and how it needed "immediate repair" -- I felt like telling him to shut up as I shower in there daily and know well its current state (which was not great but passable). Then his slideshow started that included all Rebath's work in various hotels (with their logos prominently posted), their features on TV shows (how many pics of Matt Lauer can one put in one presentation), how they are both a national and local company (amazing!), and finally started pulling out fixture and siding samples. No sketch of how the shower will look (it's not a standard space but a 6ft x 6ft corner space that had a corner bath in it), no mention of if he was estimating for a bath/shower or just a walk in shower, NOTHING! Then the price was almost twice the other estimates. He started finding ways to lower the price until two hours after he arrived, I had to ask him to leave as we had somewhere to be. He said he'd email me the rest in the coming week, which he didn't (though frankly I would have put it in my spam folder). The whole thing appears like a trick to get our grandmother's to pick them with their smoke and mirrors presentation -- I can just hear my grandmother saying: "they were on the Today Show so they must be good."