While Jeff is a nice man he used Ron Pearce's company to do the tile and is ultimately responsible for the entire job. I was unhappy with the quality of the work and my vanity was damaged. After giving three chances to meet my expectations, and my vanity suffering further damage, I decided to not have them come back. Upon close inspect of the tile tub surround the tiles do not all line up properly. This means that visually the lines of the tiles vary and the grouting lines have varying thicknesses. The grouting is incomplete, leaving holes in some areas. The tiles around the water temp valve were not cut large enough to allow the outside hardware to be installed. The plumbing leaving the underside of the tub leaked. The stopper in the tub was not installed correctly. The floor was not leveled prior to the tile floor being installed. The tile floor has many high/low spots and does not have consistent spacing between the floor and the tub. My toilet is unlevel and leans forward due to a high tile. My vanity was installed on shims. After having another contractor to my house I learned that some of the materials used on the tile tub surround were likely not grout. The possibility of improper materials and the inconsistent lining of the tiles and grout lead me to have no choice but to replace the tub surround. I have to now have the entire tub surround redone, tile floor replaced, and have to purchase another vanity. I am very unhappy and unwilling to have this contractor or Ron Pearce's company in my house again.