Bob was one of several contractors we contacted via Angie's List reviews, and I was impressed by the variety and scope of projects this company could handle. We did go with another company for a small outdoors project, while being frankly told by a big box installer that our dishwasher would be a 'very tight fit". A plumber doubted we would ever get a regular sink into the narrow run 21" depth cabinetry so typical of 1940's bungalow homes' galley kitchens. Bob has much experience in remodeling older homes and I was of the opinion that the large skill set Bob, Rick and Jesus brought into our mini remodel would reward us with the many years of expertise. This "can do" attitude was exactly right for our rather unusual needs, and the fact I had thoroughly researched and selected my own appliances and fixtures for the majority of the projects. Like the other professionals consulted, we were cautioned against going with the sub-pare water heaters on the market for DIYers. Bob knew of a better brand that could also save us some money, but was gracious enough to go with a likewise professional grade Rheems gas water heater we preferred, and the price turned out to be comparable with his connections. The utility closet was quite cramped, and removal of the old, larger water heater required a minor dis-assembly of the adjacent gas furnace. The tall and skinny water heater fit in just right with acceptable clearances, a nice new stainless steel water pan and all returned to as-good-as or better condition. So wonderful to have piping hot water in seconds rather than minutes. The 32" x 21" Kohler sink was a lucky find, just right for vintage homes and the tricky dimensions of those narrow kitchens. If this didn't fit, the alternatives would be way expensive custom cabinetry or more than funky bathroom cabinets. The custom tile work was a little iffy as well, given the original 40's tile no longer available. But just as suspected, Bob's team was up to the challenge and gave us a striking, attractive result with an individual touch. We were also given tips on how to preserve the grouting and overall tile work and today put on final sealant as instructed. The water lines were capped off so tile back splash could be installed, and the new copper connections with attractive faucet adds a slightly modern touch while being true to the vintage and Art Nouveau feel of our home. The few bits and pieces needed to pull this all together came from Bob's truck...we were spared more trips to the big box store in this way. The garbage disposal is so quiet, we are amazed how well it works, and the dishwasher is wonderfully efficient, relatively quiet and makes everything look much cleaner. And speaking of clean, Bob & Company left our kitchen in great shape, all trash and 99% of dust and debris gone.