I recently purchased a 2 bedroom 2 bath townhome in Boca Raton. After meeting Chris & Mike his Foreman, within 5 mins I knew not only were they honest & upfront, they're knowledge exceeded my expectations. When I purchased the townhome, my husband and I loved everything about it besides the popcorn ceilings. After calling numerous companies who claim to be experienced and capable of removing the popcorn and skim coating, the companies I'm referring to were unable to not only answer basic questions on the process to achieve a smooth ceiling, they also continued to remind me that the price was not a set price and that there was a chance the price could go up drastically from the original quote (2 companies said the same thing). After not being able to get a set price and a contract we decided to look for one more company to come in with the expectations of having a set price and an overall step by step plan on how the project would start and finish(basically an outline). Luckily for us we came across Honka & sons painting, not only did the owner Chris answer our call the first time, he also later the same day came to our residence within 2 hours of speaking to him on the phone. He not only described the process on how he and his team were going to attack the project, he even went as far as to outline every day what his expectations were to have accomplished. We were looking for an outline of the project, we got a complete outline plus a daily report by Chris via phone call. The most impressive part of the entire process was Chris and his foreman not only promised an outcome but delivered it exceeding our expectations and completed the project one day ahead of schedule. By far, hands down, the best painting company I have worked with in 40 years of buying and flipping houses. I should also note that the owner Chris told us that he would be involved in the project from start to finish. My husband and I didn't realize he meant he would be side by side working with his team to insure a quality end result. Because in his words when we first met, he said the most important thing to him was not the check at the end of the job, but rather his name is on the job.