If “Experience and Education is our difference,” then Edge2Edge failed miserably in Siding Studies. We hired the company to install premium vinyl siding in March of 2016. As of today, they still have yet to finish - inexcusable for a job that should have lasted no more than a week, let alone required two separate subcontractors and a world of headache. The first crew did such a terrible job, that the second crew had to remove and re-install the siding. The result of their work was equally as bad as the first; so much so, in fact, that yet a third re-installation is needed. The second crew was led by a handyman that the owner uses personally. The owner has yet to provide us with the handyman’s credentials, despite our repeated requests. To top it off, there is a defect in the premium vinyl siding product. Edge2Edge sought siding materials from the manufacturer, Alside. Alside has verbally approved the claim; however, like Edge2Edge, has disappeared. We currently have siding which includes sloppily-cut and unmatched J Channels, along with crooked mounting blocks. The siding is uneven, warping, bubbling, and missing panels. During installation, damages were caused to the windows; window sills; front porch; and now foundation, due to lack of gutters. Gutter installation was included in the contract, yet the company is refusing to install: a breach of our contract. Gross negligence resulted in such safety hazards as siding installed over the dryer vent and extension cords left plugged into exterior outlets during rainstorms, which occurred on more than one occasion. Edge2Edge did not pay the first crew, Sol Roofing and Construction, which somehow allowed them to place a lien on the house, despite us not having a direct contract with them. Edge2Edge has refused to finish this job and make the necessary corrections. They stopped work in September of 2016, yet another breach of contract. We filed a 9-page complaint with the Better Business Bureau. The owner of the company has blamed everyone from his subcontractors, to the BBB, to Alside, and even to us in his highly unprofessional responses. Excuses have ranged from wrong materials being ordered (incompetence); a delivery truck catching fire; subcontractors having other jobs to first complete over ours; and the owner being on vacation or out of town for business, avoiding a meeting with us to right the numerous wrongs. The owner, who we have not heard from since our first and only meeting in January, has been provided with the hundreds of pictures we have of their work. We are currently in legal action. The process has been nothing short of an absolute nightmare. We would very strongly discourage anyone in the market for siding in considering this company.