Superb workmanship. They delivered on time, within budget and handled every aspect of the kitchen reno. Reno involved excavation, demolition of an exterior wall, custom cabinetry, flooring, new drywall, lighting, countertops, and opening up interior. Michael and his staff are very easy to deal with and communication is excellent with all parties. Michael only uses high-end suppliers, who are worth every penny. On his final inspection, the building inspector told me that he rarely tells homeowners anything about their general contractors for better or for worse. But he made an exception with me by telling me that Probuilt not only met the building code but exceeded it - a first in his experience. Probuilt is not inexpensive but the workmanship, service and materials are simply not available at a lower price and probably not even available at a higher price. We know; we checked. Michael's cabinet maker uses marine grade plywood. We checked out the best cabinet makers in the GTA and didn't find any that used that quality of material. My only advice would be to be sure you don't add to your original plan because any additions will cost you dearly. If you want all the bells and whistles, do it from the get-go.There was a foreman on site at all times and the crew rarely missed a day in the five month project.In fact, the only time they were away was during the home show because Probuilt was responsible for the dream home. (They had all their crews assembling and disassembling the home.) We're currently hiring Probuilt to renovate our main bathroom.