Aaron is competent, capable, outgoing, reliable, personable, honest as the day is long, and too many more superlatives to list here. Well, one more: “Follow-up, follow-up, follow up”, is his watchword. He checked with us on a daily basis to make sure things were going as we hoped and expected. And oh, yes, did I mention that I’d also trust him with my life? Well, to keep it brief, he’s d*** good, as are the people who work for him, Francisco, Miguel, Nancy, Aurilio, and David to name a few. I think he has about 20 employees, and they handle most aspects of home remodeling, including painting, flooring, roofing, and several other things I haven’t thought about. They didn’t all work on our project, but the ones named above did. Professional! There’s another one. They know what they’re doing, and they do it right. In this instance, it was to do the interior and exterior work that would get our house ready to put on the market, and from the first day that I talked to Aaron, that became his goal too. I got estimates from a couple of other well-commended firms that did painting, but they didn’t do flooring. I chose Aaron, even though his price for the painting was higher, because he could do all three in a coordinated and efficient way. I’m glad I did, because we got more than our money’s worth, and I didn’t have to do much worrying about it, Aaron did that. Oh, I forgot “timely” in the superlative department. We started the 3rd of November, and he gave me an estimate of November 5th for finishing, then beat that by two days. In case you’re wondering, no, I’m not related to Aaron, and I never met him before. I’m saying these nice things about him because they’re true, he deserves them, and he’s majorly impressive. And yes, I wouldn’t hesitate a millisecond to use him again. In fact, I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out how, but we’re selling the house and moving to Arizona, so it’s going to be hard.