The contractor's name is Justin Spivey. The company is Heritage Roofing and Construction. Based on reviews on Angie's list, I called Justin to repair a hole in the corner of my roof where, apparently, a squirrel chewed through. He quoted me a price of $300 including paint, which I thought was fair. The repair required installation of new wood and removal and replacement of cable TV and Internet cables. While he was doing that repair, I opened the door of a very old metal shed in my back yard, and the door fell in. I asked Justin if he built sheds, and he stated that he did. I asked him to give me a price on a new shed and floor big enough to hold a riding mower. He said he could build and paint it for $4,500. I decided that was fair and told him to build it. While he was building it, I asked him to install two sliding windows, which cost an additional $300. The shed is 12' x 12' (exterior), has a peaked shingle roof and is unfinished inside. It has a smooth concrete floor and a vinyl window on each side of the shed. Standard 8 foot 2 X 4's were used in the walls and were spaced like the walls in a house. There is no ceiling, and given the peaked roof, the overhead is quite tall, which makes it easy to bring tall items (like ladders) in and out. There are double doors (latch included) which open to a five foot wide entrance. A short concrete ramp leads to the doors. The shed is painted the same color as my house, with white trim, and shingles that match the ones on my house. The contractor was not there every day, but we had quite a bit of rain. There was never a big mess, and everything was cleaned up when the project was completed. I also asked Justin to tear down and haul off an old kids swing set when he left. He did so, and didn't charge me for it. I am quite satisfied with the shed and the conduct of the contractor. I would use this contractor again.