This work was done on our rental house. My bride and I lived in the house from 1989 to 2008, and we now rent it to a very dear friend. We found David Meyer through Angie's List [based mostly on the reviews] and sent him an email (BTW: I only attempt to contact a contractor one time. That's it. If they don't respond to my message or email then they forfeit the opportunity to get my money.) David responded. We told David what we wanted to accomplish and told him we were open to suggestions on how best to reach that goal. He looked at the house, and then came back to us with a couple of options (with computer drawings which were done VERY nicely). It was clear he had researched the public property records on the house in an effort to minimize the chance for surprises which might affect the accuracy of his quotes. We were impressed with his professionalism. David presented us a simple, yet formal contract using hand-scribed signatures of all parties. No legalese, and no confusion about who-will-do-what (& when). We felt confident when we signed it. Other reviews on Angie's List speak highly of the courtesy and consideration displayed by those on David's crew. I can not: but my renter can because she experienced it every morning for the better part of two months. She absolutely loves these guys! Every time this subject comes up she looks me in the eye, smiles, and says "They're 7 o'clock people. They're there, they're working, and they keep the noise to a minimum." [Keep in mind, this addition on the house converted the 10' x 12' master bedroom into a 10' x 17' room, and it also added a 5' x 10' master bath. My dear tenant never stopped sleeping in the master bedroom! David's crew put up a plastic barricade to seperate living quarters from the construction zone.] She also tells me that all of her discussions with these fellas involved her hearing "Yes, Ma'am," "No, Ma'am," "We'll do our best, Ma'am." etc. Very respectful. She's in her 40's, but she never took offense to how she was addressed by these fellas (some of whom are very close to her in age.). The end result is that my bride & I walked into our former bedroom and agreed that we should have done this 20 years ago! We've now hired David for other projects. David Meyer is not the least expensive contractor in the area, but I believe you get what you pay for. Good work is rarely cheap, and cheap work is rarely good.