We hired Anthony on the understanding that there was only one critical factor, and that was time. I had a small window of opportunity when my family would be out of the house and before our floors were laid. He said he could start on Wed and be done on Sun. Wed came around and he said he overbooked, Thur same except he said he would senf two crews out to make up for lost time. Friday two guys showed up and one left after a couple of hours. When we came home on Sunday the drywall had even been completely hung yet. I got more of the same for the rest of the week which was a lot of song and dance. He came out to work himself until midnight on two nights, but that just shows his lack of organization, not motivation. Plus, having drywallers working in the house when the kids were sleeping was ridiculous. The floors were to be installed on Friday morning and on Wednesday night when I suggested we renegotiate our contract he refused to speak to me about but except to say "If I want my money from you get my money from you." In the end they finished at 6:00 pm on Thurs night with what amounted to a thick coat and a skim coat. He's charismatic, but not professional. Definitely the most stressfull contractor I've hired to date. The work itself looks fine for now, but if you don't want chest pains and migraines, don't bother.