I want to give a pros and cons view of Honey Do, because there is a lot they do right. First, the contractor performed several free inspections. Most commercial companies do not provide free inspections. Honey Do also tended to be less expensive than most services that also inspected our home. They did install pex plumbing correctly, meaning that it has not leaked. My criticisms have more to do with specifics and the long-range well being of our home. Just months afterwards their work was performed, I had a new pressure-reducer valve installed to fix water pressure since Honey Do indicated that was the final step to doing so. However, I learned that the problem was the size of the pex Honey Do installed--the water line from the street to the house is new, so that was not the issue. Now, if I want to improve the water pressure in our home, I will need to pay a plumber to fix what I paid to have repaired last year. Additionally, HD also left some of the old copper plumbing in place instead of taking it out. Since, we also had problems with moisture in our crawl space, Honey Do recommended crawl space fans. However, after observing the fans for more than a year, they did not help with the moisture at all. In fact, they caused mold to form on the joists they were located closest to; nor did the french drain pull water away from a particular side of our house, either. Initially, I was pleased with Honey Do's efforts, but after observing and learning more about plumbing and crawl space ventilation, I'm ambivalent about the work, to say the least.