As was expected, Mr. Frisbee showed up for work for four days at approximately the time he had said.. Generally he worked right along for about 3 1/2 days to "complete" the work. Granted, his business title includes the word Karpentry, but I was under the impression from discussion about the job that he had quite a bit of experience with painting. His price to do the work was about $500 less than the painters estimates I received. Since the job was not terribly difficult, I hired him. He did a good job repairing some wallpaper and removing some border. Other than that, though, really no preparation was done for the walls.. For example, a bathroom that had been painted in a semi-gloss was not sanded, etc.. My biggest problems with his work were twofold. First, after alerting him that I had already freshly painted the doors and trim, he would not use any painter's tape to protect them even though I provided tape for him to use. I spent hours having to repaint areas that use of tape would have prevented me from having to do. Also, no tape was used to paint accent walls in two of the rooms. I ended up repainting the edges of the walls after taping them myself. Secondly, although I used the formula provided by Lowes to purchase the correct amount of paint for the job, and although he said he did a second coat everywhere, I seemed to have bought about twice the amount used. I doubt the paint was really applied as it should have been. Brush marks from his "cutting in" are visible in many places. Roller marks as well. Look, he will come up with all the reasons in the world about how I am being unfair, or whatever. The truth is that his standard of quality for a well done job is simply not very high. Shortly after he finished up about noon on the fourth day and left the "finished" job, I walked into the master bedroom, looked up at a wall that suddenly had developed a crack leading from a heating vent downward about 18-20 inches. A wall he had put a second coat on that morning. I repaired the crack myself and repainted the area. Just as I ended up putting another coat of paint in the master bath, because the job was so poorly done. In summary, there are times one gets what one pays for. I can tell you that there is no way I would pay him to do any work here again. It is worth the extra money to hire someone for a little more and get a quality job done in the first place. There are also times that someone does not get what one pays for. I sure wish we had seen the earlier comment about the fraud he perpetrated on them involving window replacement. We ended up in the same boat, and after months of inaction we have now turned it over to the legal authorities. But that is another story, and I will be writing about that fraudulent swindle shortly. DO NOT HIRE THIS GUY!!!!!!!