The general carpentry was completed fairly well. The issue came with the floor leveling and tile installation. When Andy poured a layer of leveling liquid he must have had it a little too thick because he had to trowel it around and when it dried it was not level. So he poured a second layer of leveling liquid on top. this layer came out flat a least. He then laid the tile. There is a ridge running right down the middle of the bathroom ... I.E. if I hold a 2 ft straight edge across the tile one end is 1/2 inch higher than the other. Having a 1/2 inch variance in a distance of 1 1/2 ft is not acceptable. The other resulting issue from laying 2 layers of leveling liquid was that the bathroom floor ended up 1 1/2 inches higher than the bedroom floor. I ended up hiring other contractors to redo the edge on the tile and ramp the bedroom carpet up to hide the 1 1/2 inch step up into the bathroom. Andy is a nice guy but due to numerous issues I could not wait for him to get done. If you hire Andy to do work for you, I would recommend that you avoid having him do any tile work.