I was looking to do a minor kitchen remodel in a cost-effective way in my 25-year-old townhouse, which still had its original basic kitchen. I already had a new granite countertop installed by a granite supplier, and I was looking for a contractor to paint my brown wood cabinets white, install a tile backsplash, install new luxury vinyl plank flooring, and paint the walls, ceiling, and trim. I interviewed six contractors for the job and in the end decided to go with Home Built Construction since they had the fairest price and Kemar seemed very understanding of what I wanted in the job. Specifically, I wanted to minimize both the costs associated with the remodel as well as the disruption to my house and kitchen during the process. From beginning to end, Kemar and manager Marjorie were extremely professional, attentive to my needs, and responsive to my questions. My needs actually changed slightly after I signed the contract, and without any hesitation, Marjorie adjusted the scope of the work to meet my needs, resulting in a slight decrease in total cost. Kemar and his crew showed up on time every day, and they completed the job within 5 days, just as he had originally predicted. Most impressively, my kitchen was usable during the entire process, just as Kemar promised, since his crew cleaned up their equipment and mess each afternoon before they left for the day. This made the entire process much less disruptive than it could have been. The crew worked quickly and their workmanship and attention to detail was excellent. It was obvious that they had pride in the quality of their work. The tile backsplash was a difficult installation due to multiple small circular tiles and it came out looking fantastic. The new floor also looks great. There were several behind-the-scenes details that Kemar had to do to get the finished floor looking good, including shaving one of the wall cabinets to accommodate the new floor height as well as adjusting the floor near the transition strips to achieve a seamless effect. The most difficult part of the project was painting the original brown wooden cabinets white, because the cabinet doors were old, dirty, and greasy, making it very difficult for the new paint to conceal all the imperfections. Kemar and his crew spent all week - significantly more time than they had expected - trying to achieve as good a final look as possible. And in the end, Kemar went out to purchase an additional stain blocker to try to improve the appearance of the doors. Ultimately, the cabinet doors came out looking good but still show some minor imperfections upon close inspection, but I believe that is more due to the condition of the original doors themselves rather than any lack of effort on the part of Kemar and his crew. Throughout the process, Kemar kept me fully informed of his progress every day. Overall, I was thrilled with the final look of the kitchen. I was extremely happy with Home Built Construction, and I would definitely hire them again.