Contractor did poor work, had poor business practices, and overcharged for work performed. GLC&K was hired to start work Monday, April 21st on bathroom remodel with work to be completed within 5-6 week time frame, work was not completed until August 1st. Workers did not appear on a consistent basis nor did they work a full workday, in a full work week. I had to constantly contact GLC&K in regards to the work. Progress was stalled over stupid things that should never have had happened, like forgetting to order a toilet even after several reminders, or my contacting the plumber & electrician for a firm schedule only to find that GLC&K never notified them of the next step. Complaints were made by me in regards to the shower door leaking from initial install to the workers with no result. Numerous complaints were made regarding the leak in the door and damage to the grout on the floor tile due to water. GLC&K sent someone to fix it. First attempt had worker using silicon to seal the door shut. Door did not leak, but did not open either. Complaint was made. Second attempt had worker using silicon to affix a plastic strip in front of the door causing the shower door to only open inward. Door opened inward to hit seat in shower and cause user to fight to get into shower with little clearance. Third attempt had completely different shower door ordered. Incorrect panels were gotten for the opening, this was solved by a tension rod and plastic shower curtain. The correct sized glass was finally received and installed on August 1st. Materials were wasted due to worker damage and weather, and tiles were broken all of which I had to pay for. The tile layer did damage to the finished drywall, which had to be repaired at my cost. The bill was received in July, before work was completed, including a late fee and sales tax. The quote I received was to be for $12,000 to complete the bathroom including plumbing and electric. The bill I received was for over $17,000 and did not include the plumber, electrician, or drywall company. Additionally, I did all tear out and painting due to being told they simply did not have time - all of this was supposed to be included in the $12,000 quote. The water damage to the tile grout has never been addressed. Chris Danielson from GLC&K stated on numerous times that he just wanted to get out from under this project before it was even half way finished. Numerous attempts were made to speak with Chris and go over the bill. I received several billing statements from GLC&K, notes, and phone calls demanding payment for the balance on the bill but my complaints regarding to the overcharge were never addressed other than that was what I owed.