Recent Review: Quote process was great, came with an option to install insulation in crawl space, and choice of either cellulose or blown fiberglass into the attic. I opted to just get the blown cellulose in the attic figuring I could do the crawl space when I had more cash and the cellulose is a bit cheaper. I see another reviewer recently (Aug 2013) gave Nelligan a less than amazing review when Lowes was the contractor and Nelligan was the subcontractor, the reviewer does not appear to consider that perhaps it was Lowes who made the mistake. Ironically, when I had my insulation in my attic performed I also had a quote from Lowes for this same work (not sure who their subcontractor was going to be) but Lowes quote was in the at least $4,000 range! I even priced doing the work myself by borrowing the Lowes equipment and I came up with a price 1,000-1,500 for me to do it myself. Needless to say, when Nelligan quoted $770 I had no deliberations, I had them do the work and saved me money and from getting all itchy and hot up in the attic! DO NOT have LOWES or HOME DEPOT do your work, they are just going to call Nelligan or another and you will pay double. The men who came to do the work did seem a bit stressed but I am too every time I have to crawl in an attic, yuck. They went about their work well enough. They actually had some extra blown fiberglass from the prior job in the truck hopper which they used up before they began using the cellulose (fiberglass is supposed to be better since it settles less over time) so that was very generous of them. Initially they had forgotten to install the foam eave vents but I mentioned it and they put them in, I see another reviewer had the same issue so as long as you plan to be around or look up there once the work is done no harm, they take care of it even if they forget (only reason they got B for Professionalism otherwise an A). Previously the AC never shut off, now it is insulated enough that the AC works properly and we love it. They showed up on time. They did not leave a mess, especially considering the access was in a closet, however note that we tried our best to help them out and the closet was mostly empty. If you leave all your skeletons in your closet they may get a bit dusty, they are blowing insulation with a giant reverse vacuum after all.