Lousy work: Uneven tiles. Irregular and huge tile spacing. The floor remained not leveled even after Stan N. performed a leveling operation. Dirty work: Stan left the linoleum floor of the furnace room permanently damaged by his tools and dirty with glue. Hi promised to clean the glue and never did. Stan’s attitude was cleaning after his work is not his responsibility. Mistakes: Installed the drywall for a specially designed noise-canceling wall between the bedroom and the bathroom, without installing the explicitly provided insulation material. Installed 1/2 inch pipes for provided 3/4 inch faucet. Left in the middle on the project without a notice for a “more profitable contract” (in his own words). After he was half way throw the work, Stan asked for additional payment, giving absolutely unreasonable arguments like performing additional (unauthorized) work and having to level the floor (which was completely predictable at the time of the quote). At the time of hiring him for the bath renovation project I asked him if he is familiar with the Schluter Systems. He was very exited about it because as he said he always recommends “Schluter” to his clients. When it came to install the “Schluter Syatem” on the floor he started to argue that this is not necessary (contrary to the Schluter official documentation). Be aware: Stan Nowak knows how to make a good initial impression and trick you to believe he is a man of his word.