Recent Review: We are still in the middle of this project, however I'm writing now as there appears to be requests for information on this business. My experience has been mixed, but mostly good. Initial response time was good. Bid seemed high for what I was asking to be done, but there weren't a lot of options at the time I was looking for help as we'd just had a lot of storms in our area and help was hard to find. I appreciated that Andy on Call has workers who can do many jobs. Other positives: friendly and nice people; they kept in touch with me when I needed to put the job on hold so another contractor could do work that the Andy on Call worker wasn't able to do on the ceilings. The major problem, and I take at least half of the responsibility for this issue, is that I thought it was stated that the bid for the job included fixing and texturing ceilings after they were scraped. But, had I read more carefully the written bid, it did not say that. It just said scraping and painting the ceilings. The ceilings were partially scraped due to the old popcorn taking off some of the sheetrock. Result was I had to contract with another company to come in to repair and texture the ceilings...another $2000! This has been a learning experience. Make sure you know what to ask for...attempt to anticipate anything and everything that can go wrong...if you expect it to be done, get it in writing, even if you think it was talked about. Ask the contractor to break down the work into materials and labor costs in writing, in the bid. AND ask how much time (days/hours) they think it will take to complete the job as well as what problems they might run into that may slow things down and increase costs.