Recent Review: For the most part, the work went really well. The work took place in an older building, and the walls and corners of the kitchen weren't plumb, so Dan struggled to get the Ikea cabinets to fit correctly. However, he glued and pinned them all to make them sturdy enough to hold a granite counter-top without wobbling, and even fabricated a nice glass-fronted fill-in cabinet to fit in an odd space. That said, the work took a bit longer than expected. By contrast, the work in the bathrooms was, quite simply, superb. We went with 1950s style subway tile with some decorative additions, and Dan made sure that turned out beautifully. One bathroom required the construction of a new tiled top for a vanity, and demolition of both revealed some really questionable work done in the past. Dan described the problems found, recommended a good solution, and implemented it. As a result, the bathroom work was outstanding. The job also required laying some new flooring, and that part proved a bit problematic. I chose inexpensive bamboo flooring that flexed a lot in Colorado's dry climate. Also, it lay on bare concrete, which made it hard to pin in place. That part of the job didn't go as well as the rest. I also had them replace a very poorly-done interior french door with a sliding barn door. That required some drywall work, paint and some electrical. That turned out better than expected, and I was quite pleased. As I look back, I'd say the work went as well as could be reasonably expected, given the circumstances, while the bathroom work qualifies as simply outstanding. I'd recommend this firm, with the following qualifications: 1. In an older building, go with traditional wooden cabinets instead of tightly-engineered pressed-board. It gives these guys the flexibility they need to finish the work quickly, and they're more comfortable with the old-school technology. Talk to them about the cabinets they recommend, before buying anything. I didn't do that, and it would have been better if I had. 2. If you need any tile-work done, anywhere, specifically request Dan. The work will turn out very well, indeed. It's his favorite part of the job, and you can tell. 3. For flooring work, again go old-school, with real hardwood and tile. The inexpensive bamboo I used didn't work well, while hardwood would have been, once again, easier for them.