Recent Review: Don't-ask him or anyone else to do an estimate after work hours. This is where mistakes in estimating the amount of tile/bull nose tile needed were made. I think he was in a hurry to get it done and leave that evening. As a nurse it is difficult for me to get off work for anything other than illness and vacation planned. My supervisor is very strict because as many places we are always short staffed. But next time I need an estimate in my house I will just insist to be off during working hours. The estimate of tile needed was off because I needed 100 sq ft of tile, and only had purchased 96sqft. Still it would have made me purchase 108sqft, that's my fault. However, the bull nose estimate was wrong, and I had to re order twice, along with one time I had to reorder the rustic white tile. I did ask before the work started twice through email to his wife, Deb, could he come back to discuss tile some more. I was put off from his wife, who said he didn't need to do that. For him or any other contractor, pick out your tile before he even comes over, purchase a piece of bull nose tile if you can. The bull nose is very expensive compared to the tile cost. There was another thing which had to do with the pedestal sink of which I was told by her he would discuss w/me. I am like all of us, busy going all the time between work and home and forgot to ask him until the last day. Had I not remembered to ask him, he would have had to do it all over. My point is I understand his wife is necessary to shield/filter daily questions to him, but there comes a point that he and the customer need to talk for all those little details you have as the work goes along. The work he and his workers did was top notch. The painting was excellent. But you have to insist on them using a separate primer. this is what you want, not one in the paint only. There is only one area I am disappointed in. The BR closet door. Initially I thought it looked great. However, during the work, I noticed this unpainted door he had already put in place as we discussed. We were leaving the door solid, cut down the middle w/drawers pull on both sides. You then open the door as half a door-two each. This provides more room in the BR rather than using a full door to pull out from BR closet. The workers and he kept telling me this was just for an estimate of what he would need to cut a door to size. You see there was a big hole in the wood where traditionally a regular door knob would go to open a full door. I did not realize it until weeks after they left, they had kept that same door I was told which was there just for sizing. The problem is they apparently took the round hole of wood, stuck it back in, sealed it or something so it would stay and painted over it. This irks me. It's a typical contractor trick. He already has the door prior to your job, your estimate supposedly includes a new door, and he uses this one. Had he discussed it w/me I would have either said-well okay, but flip it to where that hole piece is in the corner part of the wall-where no one will notice it much or get me a new door like we discussed. As it is you can see the outline of the hole which is painted over. They clean well. The workers are very courteous. I would use him again. He is licensed and bonded, you can look him up on the SC Laobr/Licensing. This to me is important. I don't want who is the cheapest, I want who is good,fair and not to pay if his workers gets hurt.