While the work was ultimately completed and the end product was acceptable, I cannot recommend Faith Construction and would not use them again. This was a small project - installing a wall to create a bedroom, installing a door from the bedroom to the bathroom, rearranging the existing electric to work and then painting everything. I got four estimates from Angie's List contractors and the Faith Construction initial proposal came in as the low bid. However, the bid was not very detailed. They used words or short phrases to describe the tasks (such as "one standard door", "crown moldings", "install electric in wall", "add electrical switches".) rather than using complete sentences. I reviewed the bid and questioned several of the items on it. They were going to put in a standard door when all other doors in the are were 8 ft doors. They were going to remove a ceiling fan when I had instructed them to move a fan that was placed where the new wall was going and to install a new fan that I would provide. When I pointed this out, they revised their bid by about $600. This was a lot for those corrections but their bid was still a little lower than the second lowest. They also promised to start right away and finish by the end of the week. I was going out of town for an extended period the following week so I agreed to have them do the work. The workman were competent. They showed up on time, worked all day, were polite and made a good effort to keep the place clean. However, they required supervision and did several things that were perplexing to me. At the end of the first day, they had installed the new wall with an open door frame and did the demolition on the new door to the bathroom. However, they did not put in a light switch by the door on the new wall. And for the new door to the bathroom, they moved the existing light switch to the corner of the room which would be behind the new door. These things are basic and should not require instruction or supervision. To their credit, they did recognize these mistakes and went about fixing the problem. However, then they realized that one of the light switches controlled lights to the both the bedroom and the living room (previously one room). I had pointed out this issue to Faith and all the other contractors but Faith claimed to be unaware of it. They insisted that this was not in their proposal and that I would have to pay for an electrician to come and do the work. At this point, I was ready to toss them out. However, they are almost done and I am going out of town so what am I going to do? If I had the time to hire individual contractors to do this, I would have done that in the first place. You hire a general contractor to take care of everything so you don't have to. Finally, the rooms had crown molding. Their estimate listed "crown molding" as something included in the price. What they did was use some of the crown molding from the bedroom to the living room and remove the remaining crown molding from the bedroom. While this was OK, it was not clearly specified in the proposal and other contractors had priced in complete crown molding for both rooms. I was out of town by this point and tired of arguing with them In the end, other contractors would have been less expensive and required less supervision. If you have a small project, you are better off hiring individual workman. If you have a bigger project, you are better off using someone else from Angie's List or elsewhere.