Steve came over to install curtain rods on three windows, two of which were corner windows. I had also asked him to remove a partially-detached towel bar in a bathroom. He arrived right on time and got right to work. He tackled the towel bar issue first so that he was able to put two coats of plaster on before leaving, which means that I just need to do a very light sanding and then repainting on my own. The curtain rods turned out great, too! My walls are plaster, and had either brick or steel behind them in certain places, so the job had a few challenges. Also, it's an old building, and the resultant settling meant that he had to make some slight allowances for the positioning of the brackets so that the curtains hung evenly. Steve was great at helping me think through how close I wanted the rods to extend across the window frame, given that the windows were on located near/at the room corners. For the corner windows, he suggested placing the inside brackets halfway across the rod, so that the curtain panels would be spaced more evenly and would fall better. The finials on my rods were small, but Steve allowed enough space on the end window to allow for larger finials, without hitting up against the right angle wall. Given the technical expertise required on this job, as well as his design and planning thoughts, I am very grateful to have had Steve come over and get the job done!