Poor project management, communication, and quality and unskilled laborers. On the job for 10 weeks (2.5 months) and job was still incomplete with no hard plan on completion. My husband and I had to cool down a bit before writing and posting this review so I apologize to those that may have in between signed a contract; be prepared for lots of excuses and disappointment. Also, this is still unresolved due to the fact that Dave will not settle with us for undone work so we will most likely have to proceed to some form of formal litigation to close out an incomplete contractual agreement. Dave Staub sold us on great expectations. He made promises of a timely project, high quality workmanship, and high levels of communication; as you can tell from the intro this was the exact opposite from what we received. Also affordable perhaps is the wrong name as he was more expensive than other quotes we received but because of the guarantees we decided to spend the extra money. I could go on and on for about four to five pages (I know this because I have a detailed formal statement written up) but I will try to be short and hit the key points. Two weeks into the project we had a meeting with him regarding our concerns of his absence on job site, no communication, workmanship, and with progress being made. He explained that he was having growing pains and that he would work to fix the issue. I reminded him that he had told us the project should take approximately four weeks to complete as it was not a complete bathroom remodel but repairing water damaged areas. During our discussion he also indicated they were waiting until the point of need to order the supplies and materials. I articulated that I thought that was bad business practices (poor project management) and that would be the cause of delays; I asked him to get the supplies in advance due to the fact that he had already received 95% of the money for the job. In addition, I had provided all selections tile, paint color, grout, etc. so all they had to do was hit order. There were several phone calls and text messages between Dwight, Dave and us regarding the same subjects timeliness, progress, workmanship and all we received were continued excuses and promises that were not kept. With no end in sight (detailed plan to complete the project) at the 9 week mark my husband and I decided we had enough. We felt we gave ample opportunity but no true action was being done to complete the job. We gave them a hard deadline to finish in that final week (10th week) and told him that any unfinished work would have to be further discussed. Obviously it was not important for them to finish the job because he only sent one capable worker to our house and the gentleman showed up about 10 am daily and left at exactly 3:50 pm not staying a minute later. I gave them a two page list of undone work and when they departed that final day there was still a two page list of undone work. This was because they spent a great deal of time trying to fix dry wall work that was done improperly and is still not to standard. We had a final phone call with Dave because neither he nor Dwight cared enough came to our house on that final day to make any observations or to sit down and have a professional conversation. We even considered giving them a few more days to finish the job if they had a plan and in our phone conversation Dave could still not provide a hard plan specifically an installation date of our frameless shower door because this was something they had to outsource. That weekend I spent about 4 hours taking pictures and documenting the undone work so I could send it to Dave (because he debated with me over the phone that it was only a few small items in addition to the shower door) to resolve the open contract. To date he has not responded to the photos, letters, or proposed settlement. We are not trying to be unfair we are being as fair as possible with our proposal so that we can fully use our bathroom again. In conclusion, 12 weeks and still without a fully functional bathroom and having to proceed in a formal manner to receive a response. Bottomline: Save yourself the time, money, and trouble; Find another contractor to do the work!