I moved my office into what used to be a small living room. So, I had to wire the room for internet and a phone cable. While I was doing that I decide to wire the 4 bedrooms and office upstairs as well as a television. I also moved my modem to the basement and added a modem just for the wireless on the main floor.
Bell would not come out as they will not go through walls. I called other ethernet companies but most would not go through walls. The only other one I tried who would do so gave me a quote but did not return my call afterwards, which was fine because I knew, after meeting Adrian, that he was the one I wanted to use. Where the other company stated everything would be easy, Adrian was honest about what would be easy and what would not be easy. I liked his honesty and the fact that it was clear that he was experienced and knew what he was talking about. He was quick to point out that the advice I was given, to put the switch in the attic, was not safe. (During the installation he located it neatly just outside of the attic on the wall above a door.)(5th picture below)
Adrian came out first to see what needed to be done and gave an idea of what he thought it would cost. The actual cost was within the range he originally quoted me. He took the time, in-between the first visit and the day he came out to do the work, to discuss the many, many questions I had about the process and products to be used. He was always patient. He listened to my requests and provided what I asked for, even though it was not common (such as shielded cables).
His work is meticulous. He is neat and tidy, always cleaning up after himself. He did not cut into the walls if he did not have to and he patched them up and only cut the smallest holes when required, patching the hole with the drywall that was cut out! (I have provided photos below.) Any of the cords that were run were neatly bundled together. The modem in the basement was placed in a metal box, neatly and with extra cable in case it was needed in the future. Walls that were hard to reach through the attic, because of the slant of the roof, he still managed to drop the wires down to the locations we discussed.
Because of some difficulties he encountered as a result of wiring an old home - such as having to cut through a metal sheet blocking the way for the wiring to be dropped, he stayed late until he got the job done. He also provided ethernet cables for the jacks he put in.
So, as you can see from the above and from what others have posted, Adrian is professional, honest, reliable, patient, meticulous, tidy, organized, and very competent! I would have zero hesitation using him again or referring him to others (as I am doing here).