When I asked David Thompson for references, I expected a list of addresses and a few pictures just like the other contractors. Instead, he provided several compelling and detailed letters written by local homeowners. Writing such a testimonial takes time. It’s more than a simple thank you and clicking stars on Google. To me, it is a sign of a healthy relationship with the customer and their honest appreciation for his good work. It was one of the reasons I selected him. While reading them, I wondered if I would feel the same way when David finished my project. Well, you’re reading this, so you know the answer.

My kitchen remodel was not simple. It was an old house. The task was to transform a 1970’s basic kitchen into something modern, beautiful, and unique. Walls, plumbing, HVAC, and gas lines all needed to be relocated. Electrical needed to be rerouted and brought to code. An experienced hand was required. This happened to be what David specialized in.

I was impressed with the organization and communication he brought to the project. From the start, his methodical and clear presentation of the project plan gave me confidence I had chosen well. Throughout the effort, David was responsive and quick to recommend solutions to the challenges that arise in any remodel of this complexity. In the end, he completed the project on time and under budget.

If you are reading this, I assume you are trying to select someone to solve your remodeling challenge. The trick is to find someone with three qualities: the experience to solve the problem, the integrity to provide an accurate bid, and the agility to adapt to unexpected challenges. I hope in reading this, you see David has all three. I recommend David for any complicated kitchen remodeling project.