A mixed bag. The work they did was good. The painters were on time, clean, and professional. They left the house in good order, and taped off well, I only found one small overspray on the kitchen tile that was easily scrubbed away. Unfortunately, we left very frustrated by the final product and will likely be looking to have the job redone. I attribute that more to the following communication though than the workers' performance. We received 2 quotes, one for lacquer and one for paint. My wife said she liked the lacquer, but has hesitations about the vapors and cost at the initial consultation. No decision was made, and we held off for several weeks making the decision who to hire until we spoke to several painters. When we said we wanted to move forward with the paint job, they showed up and lacquered the cabinets. I can understand the confusion, weeks ago my wife said she liked it, but no decision was made at that time which to use. When I messaged them I was ready to move forward with "painting", I intended paint, not lacquer. Instead of reaching out to ask or confirm which product if they were unsure, they lacquered my kitchen and bathroom cabinets. A higher cost and product I didn't want. The cost also happens to fall $50 short of qualifying for the $2500, 10% off coupon of course. They did honor the discount though when we brought this up. On a side note, we did tell them we wanted the cabinets to match our current doors and baseboards, and gave them the paint code we had for those. The color turned out much whiter than the rest of the house. They said it was probably due to fading on the doors over time. That makes sense, but I wish they would have mentioned that prior to painting, as now the colors are off. Our doors are a warm, cream white and the cabinets are a cool, bright white. Being picky here: we do have cabinets that have that oak wood grain in them. They were able to get out most of that grain, but the results are a bit inconsistent from door to door. Some are completely smooth, while others have traces of grain around them. I really didn't need the grain eliminated and didn't know they were going to try but think it looks good on the ones they got it out completely. It is a bit odd looking that it looks mostly gone. We're likely going to be looking to have this redone now so the correct product is used and color is correct.