The quality of the materials and the installation work for the flooring was excellent, but I was offered only one style/pattern in the quality of flooring recommended/selected. Two sets of workmen came at the same time for the original installations, one for flooring, and one for the shower door. It may have saved me some time, but the two groups tripped over each other when both working in the same bathroom at the same time. Although I selected it from a flyer, and was likely one of the least expensive options offered, the quality of the shower door was poor. Once installed correctly, the door quickly settled such that it didn't clear the bottom lip of the frame in order to close without extra effort. The door handle did not attach permanently to the glass door and continues to slide down the edge of the door, or come off entirely. Granted, this was likely the lowest priced door I was offered. The person who measured the space for the door measured the space outside the shower (sheetrock wall) rather than the inside width of the shower stall opening as he should have done. Result: Door wouldn't fit inside the walls of the shower. To compound the error, the original installers installed it anyway, attaching the door to the sheetrock wall outside the shower stall. As installed, it failed entirely to keep water from pooling on the bathroom floor outside the shower. I lost half a day of work to have the space re-measured. The fall-back installer, who, unlike the original measurer and installation team, knew how to do the job correctly, had to commute halfway across the state during morning rush hour to get to my home. This resulted in my losing the better part of another day of work. His work, however, was very good -- he knew what he was doing. Although I did not get any competitive bids for either job, I believe the job(s) was(were) much overpriced. I won't use Sears for home improvements ever again.