We were looking to install an island range hood in our kitchen. Noel Samson, the owner of Semi-tek met with us and told us that he could help. The job involved the installation of the range hood with 6" round ductwork, across 6' between ceiling joist and vent to the exterior brick wall. The work turned out to be a complete disaster - i.e. it would make for an ideal episode for Holmes on Homes. When Noel left, the dimmer switch on the wall and the electrical circuit in our bedroom was dead. The ducting was shoddy - at the bottom of the elbow duct, the elbow was clearly dented at the lip. With the range hood on, air would be exhausted between the joists. The 6' length of duct was held up by half-stripped electrical wire, screwed into the joists. The hole in the exterior wall was crudely drilled, leaving brick fragments on our garden hose below. The exterior vent was not even properly installed. 2" of spray foam was used as an adhesive and the vent was "stuck" on the foam. I took apart the range hood because I couldn't trust the installation. Found loose screws between the canopy and the flue. The angle mounting brackets were installed with half the fasteners required. Each bracket was mounted on to one instead of the two required mounting locations. Four extension brackets were missing. Only one set of brackets was mounted on the top holes of the range hood. All the non-ducted parts were also missing. It's fine that we don't need them, but the least he could have done was to ask us for permission to take them. All debris and garbage that wasn't left just laying around was stuffed into the range hood box. No debris was cleared. Absolutely outrageous - I'm not sure how he could be in business. If he didn't know what he was doing, he should have told us. Even his electrical work is suspect.