This will be a fairly extensive review of our experience with CMH, and I am trying to include information that I would have found useful (were I looking again at Angie's). About 6-7 months prior to the start of our project, my wife and I were debating the prospect of finishing our basement. While the added space would be much appreciated, the though of significant expenses (in addition to our new baby) was quite worrisome. One of my colleagues had worked with CMH, and spoke highly of them, and felt they gave him a fair price. I contacted CMH and probably within 1 weeks time we had Brandon come to our home for a free evaluation. We walked around the basement, he took photos, and even took photos of a sketch up that I had done describing what I wanted to have done and where. There were certain parts of the basement (my now new office), that we didn't really know what we wanted to have done with. He took all this into account, and when we met at the office, he had created 3d renderings of how the possible spaces would look, and he had a few separate mock ups including fininishing or not finishing the now office space, under the stairs, and including a bathroom. He gave us price estimates on each of these, and we were able to think about what we would want to do. We loved the renderings and decided to proceed forward with CMH in building our basement. However (for several different reasons), we decided to delay a few months before starting the project. I don't know how easy it is to get on to their schedule if you want to build right a way, but for us, we were on the schedule exactly when we wanted later in the year. Later on, after signing the contracts. We met with Meghan (the designer) to help work on colors, flooring, tiles, backsplashes, sconces, lighting, toilet accessories, etc. This was a nice process as she was able to upload our requests immediately into the program so we could see how the colors would actually play out. Our project started out on the work week that we selected. Our project manager Teddy, was very new to the position (we were either his first or second project), but he had lots of experience with team and the process from before. Our basement project included: a work out area, a "dry bar"/snack area, a virtual reality area, TV/couch area, a full bathroom, and an office (along with the unfinished utility room), and two finished closets (one under the stairs). The team, led by Teddy, was terrific. As the project moved forward, Teddy helped keep me in the loop and help ensure that my opinions and needs were met as the project progressed. As an example, our framed ceiling in the bathroom was too short for me ( I am 6'5"), and really wouldn't be able to shower. Teddy was able to help redo the framing of the bathroom (including moving the main sewer line) to ensure the bath room height would be enough. Other little meticulous details like locations for outlets or placing a PVC tube pipe to hide our electronics wiring on the wall, were all done to our exact requests, which was terrific. As far as timing of the project, we were estimated 7-8 weeks of work, and it fell exactly within the time frame. There was 1-2 minor delays (waiting for our cabinets to be built/arrive), but the overall project remained exactly on task. Cost as well was reasonable, and probably within less than $1000 dollars of the initial estimates (which seems extremely reasonable to me, considering changes in plans as we went on). There were several different teams within the CMH group: the framers, electricians, plumbers, flooring guys, etc. And all of these guys were great to work with. I felt they were very courteous, punctual, and quite professional. And more importantly, I think they did a very nice job making our basement look great. My one complaint/concern is regarding the drywall subcontractors who worked in our basement for about 1 weeks worth of time. Ultimately, I felt that they were incredibly unprofessional. Several examples of this include: not introducing themselves when the came into our house, using our bathroom an excessive amount (about 4 times in 1 day, and they even mentioned this being against CMH policy), leaving our basement windows open overnight(when they were supposed to be closed, and it was raining), not having all necessary supplies (asking to use our home trash bags for clean up). While all this annoyed us, they did however do a great job as the drywall looked fantastic. Overall, I can't speak highly enough of CMH team. I would glad recommend them to all, and we are looking forward to many many years of relaxation in our new wonderful basement.