Recent Review: Overall, it went well. A representative met with us to give us an estimate and help us choose fixtures and colors, and she was very nice and helpful. My only complaint there was that I asked her specifically if I would be able to dye my hair in the new shower without staining it, and she said I would, even though I found out later that hair dyeing is not recommended in the ReBath showers. The person who did the work was pleasant and seemed competent, although he seemed to get tired and a little sloppy by the end of the day on both of the two days, On the first day, he worked on the bathroom that was completely remodeled and everything looked great, but he left a small scratch on the bottom of the shower, some small spots of glue on the floor, and a little too much slack in the flooring. On the second day, the partially remodeled bathroom also looked great overall, but he left quite a bit of glue stuck to the new floor. When we called ReBath to address the scratch, the glue on the floors and the loose flooring, they sent the man who had done the work, and he was able to fix the scratch in the shower to our satisfaction, but he was not able to remove all the glue from the floor, and he wanted us to wait on the loose flooring to contract by itself. We called ReBath again, and they someone out promptly, but that guy was a bit surly, and he acted annoyed that we expected to have all the glue removed from the floors. He did do a good job, though, and he tightened the flooring that was too loose (which he said would not tighten up by itself). We haven't had any problems with our bathrooms since, and they do look good. We probably would not buy ReBath products again, though, because they need extra care to avoid scratching and staining. There is not a big choice of cleaning products that are safe to use on them, and we were even warned about using any products that have a color (i.e. blue windex), and of course, hair dye is a no-no in the sink and shower.