Recent Review: My wife and I bought our house knowing the master bathroom needed some repairs. Our house was built in 1947, but the bathroom was added on by extending one of the master bedroom closets sometime in the late 60s to early 70s. The bathroom was functional, but lacking in design and riddled with construction flaws. I attempted to do some demolition to repair what I thought were a few areas of damaged sheetrock. After the demo began, I discovered significant water damage to the sub-floor, the area around both the toilet and tub and to a large majority of the sheetrock in the room. Considering that the layout of the room was less than ideal anyway, we decided to seek professional intervention for the repair of the bathroom. We contacted KC Home Improvement based on their great reviews on this site. We had never embarked on a significant home repair, so we wanted to be sure the contractor was a good fit. Thankfully, It was a great fit! Ken met with us to develop an estimate for the interior work. He made many helpful suggestions for how we could best utilize the available space. Once we developed a plan, Ken provided us with two estimates, based on two possible overall designs. We opted to go with a walk-in shower as opposed to refurbishing our old cast iron tub. When Ken got to work he moved quickly and efficiently through the process of remodeling our damaged bathroom. Ken worked several hours a day, sometimes 5-6 days a week making noticeable progress each day. He was very helpful in explaining neccessary alterations to our plans and provided frequent progress reports. Ken also does not profit from materials, so he provides receipts for every single material he used. This made staying within our budget much more manageable as we were kept up to date on material costs throughout the process. During the installation of the exhaust fan, Ken brought to our attention a problem with our bathroom roof. It had been re-shingled so many times over the years that the pitch was no longer sufficient to support proper drainage. He also exposed active water damage underneath the first few rows of shingles and significant damage to the rafters (one was completely rotted). Concerned that this would jeopardize the work he was doing inside, we asked him to estimate a cost for replacing the existing roof with a properly pitched metal roof. We also asked him to estimate a cost to repair the outside paneling of the bathroom, as they had become worn and damaged over time. Pleased with the estimate, we added the exterior repairs to the scope of work. Following the completion of the interior of the bathroom, Ken went to work replacing the roof and replacing the exterior paneling with hardi-board siding. The work went smoothly and we were very glad that he brought the potential issues with exterior of the bathroom to our attention. When the bathroom was completed it was really a thrill -- It looks absolutely fantastic! The design utilizes the small space so efficiently and the shower and custom cubby, is both attractive and extremely functional. when it was all said and done, Ken had replaced nearly every surface in the bathroom, both interior and exterior except for the framing. New walls, new insulation, sub-floor, ceilings, molding, baseboards, electrical, plumbing, floor tile, shower tile, fans, lights, outlets -- even the door. It was as complete an overhaul as you can get. Overall, we couldn't be happier with Ken Scott and KC Home Improvement. He was honest, thorough, very skilled and he really seems to enjoy what he does and takes pride in his performance. We look forward to using Ken and KC Home Improvement again in the near future -- we have already spoken to him about doing some work in our other bathroom and our kitchen as well!