Recent Review: We purchased a Big Deal for a complete 40 sq. ft. bathroom remodel. Stanley came promptly to look at the existing bathroom space and said that the Big Deal would cover the work. At that time, he also suggested a half wall at the end of the shower, which turned out to be a very good design suggestion and makes the bathroom look more open. A couple weeks later, Stanley called on a Friday and asked if he could begin work on Monday. We had not yet completed our design choices so scrambled a bit that weekend to do so. Stanley and Roman showed up Monday morning to start demolition. Stanley said that he needed the shower pan by the next day because he installs that after finishing the demolition. The pan we wanted was a special order that could not be obtained so quickly, and we agreed to pay Stanley more to build a tile floor for the shower. The shower turned out beautifully, certainly much better looking with all tile than if we had used a shower pan. The shower floor is also done really well, so that the water drains without leaving puddles. We also paid extra for him to replace corroded plumbing, update the electrical, insulate the outside wall, and install ductwork for a bathroom exhaust fan. There were a few issues arising from the fact that they placed the plumbing without measuring the specific fixtures that we had purchased. In the case of the vanity, this was understandable because it did not come until after the wall was finished and was non-standard size. For the toilet, there was only a 10-inch rough-in (the distance between the wall and drain) and they did not bring it up to the current standard of 12-inches. The first toilet that we got didn't fit and we had to purchase a different one from a very limited selection. Stanley said that he had never encountered this issue before, so hadn't thought to measure, but surely he's checking rough-in distances now since it extended the project 1-2 days. Overall, the new bathroom looks fantastic and functions very well. Stanley was generally easy to work with and open to discussing details of the project. Roman was a hard worker and usually showed up around 8:30, even on a Saturday, and often stayed late; he did a great job with the tile and was very conscientious about putting down tarps to protect the floor and stairs. We spent more than the cost of the Big Deal, but that was due to the extra work and the materials and fixtures that we chose. There are products that fall in range of the allowances, but we wouldn't have gotten the look that we wanted. For us, the extra cost was worth getting a bathroom we are happy with and we think we still got a good deal.