It went great UNTIL it didn't. They came and built a screen porch I was happy with. Then almost a year later, a neighbor's tree dropped a limb on the roof. A friend who is in construction visited and told me the bad news: the whole deck and porch, except for a few braces, are built with UNTREATED LUMBER. I called two contractors, who came out separately and both confirmed it was primarily untreated lumber and advised me I needed to tear the whole thing down and rebuild it. They both pointed out that dry rot was already setting in. After spending $10,000 on a screen porch, I am not at all pleased. Worse, I recommended them to a friend who had them build a deck, and he is having the same problem. Had that limb not fallen, I would have not have had any idea. I am extremely sorry I ever met them. They did handyman work inside my house first, and they did a good job. But cutting costs by using untreated lumber, without giving me that information and the choice of spending the extra $1500, and leaving me with a porch that must be replaced within a couple more years--well, I think they either didn't understand the consequences or they intentionally cut corners realizing I wouldn't by sight be able to tell treated from untreated just by looking at it. There were other issues--flooring nails completely missing the supports, wood ground-to-deck supports not footed in concrete, nails when there should have been screws, 4x4s used when 6x6s are standard, trellis patched together that warped and came apart, cheap plastic screen stretched top-to-bottom rather than being framed in, and an opening between the underfloor of the deck and a small concrete porch that allowed ingress to a possum to crawl up in there and die. Maybe I should call them or sue them, but I'm just going to mark it up to the one bad job I've ever been stuck with. A lot of money, down the drain.