They did a good job painting – BUT I did NOT like:. 1. A craftsman not telling me he stopped up a drain in my sink, and overflowed the sink 2. A craftsman telling me he took care of the problem, when he had not 3. A craftsman supervisor telling me that if a plumber finds a big clog of white paint in the line, then he would take care of the cost of unclogging the drain. They arrived early, covered all kinds of furniture, taped a lot of stuff and painted a new ceiling all white. Their estimate was a couple of hundred dollars low, but they felt, as I did, that another coat of paint was needed. They finished painting in one day, as they had estimated. They said they’d come back the next day and clean up. So far, so good, from my perspective. 1. Before they arrived the next morning, I went into the bathroom, off the room of the ceiling they had painted. The sink was full of white water, which had clearly overflowed. I tried the drain and it was clogged. Had a craftsman told me before he left that that had happened, I could have called a plumber that night, or these craftsmen could have said they would fix it the next day. 2. When they arrived for work the next morning, I showed one of the craftsmen the sink and he told me he would take care of it. After two hours of cleanup the craftsman presented me with the bill for painting the ceiling, telling me he had taken care of the sink. When I turned on the water, the sink did not drain. He said he had just scooped the water out with a cup. After unsuccessfully trying for about 15 minutes, he said he would have his supervisor call me. 4. The craftsman supervisor came by the next day and tried for a couple of hours to get the line unclogged. He could not. He then said I could call my plumber or he would call his, and IF (and he emphasized IF) the plumber found a gob of white paint blocking the line, his company would take care of it. I told him I would call my plumber and the craftsman supervisor left. My plumber unclogged the drain and fixed the drain plug that one of the craftsmen had broken in less than 5 minutes. Alas, the plumber could not see into the pipe to see if the clog that he had unclogged was a gob of white paint. Therefore, I have no way to prove the clog was in any way caused by the craftsmen, so I paid the plumber. A couple of weeks later, after providing the above feedback to the craftsmen, I got a call from the craftsman supervisor, saying he had kind of forgotten to follow up - in another week, I did, indeed, get a check for the plumber’s cost. We'll use the plumber again, when needed. These craftsmen? Won’t use them again, … and we have lots of painting needs. If you use them, I sincerely hope you have a better experience.