Hired Connor and his understudy to finish the framing of our basement. We are acting as our own GC's and subcontracting out the work for the other trades. Unfortunately although the original price seemed like a fair deal, almost all the other contractors we had out since commented on the deficiencies in the space. Job itself was quoted and we were asked if we would be ready to go in a very short time frame; we agreed thinking we were getting a great deal. Reality is the job itself was done in a record speed, however I would caution anyone that thinks record speed (less than a working day) means quality work. Price was high for the cost of material, compared to the time spent; ie $100/hour for framing is a bit much (to say the least). Besides from that other contractors pointed out several areas were corners were cut, from 2 x 4's which were cut in 3 to save on wood (believe they ran out, but should have informed me as the home owner), door frames that were not properly enforced, gaps in wall that were off the 16' centres (2 areas in closet were the gap was nearly 22 inches, which would cause issue with drywall). Furthermore the job site itself was left in a complete mess, had to spend nearly 1.5 hours cleaning up after. I am of the belief that a contractor should leave a job as close to the original condition as possible. FYI, I do think Connor himself is a pleasant individual, but sorry the work lacks the quality and I would not recommend, nor use again. I will be in search of another framer to come out and fix the job, an unpleasant expense indeed.