The work began well enough. Nick had plenty of help on hand at the start of the job. Things moved along pretty well, and I paid the first and second parts of the payment. The third payment was to be made when the work was complete. With only a few things to do, and some details left, I paid the last payment, and that is when the problems started. When I inspected the work, I found several things had been omited, including adequate vents along the ridge that we had agreed upon, some seals that were to be on a particular hip joint trim piece, some screws that were not seated or were missing, incomplete snow gaurd that was agreed on, and a botched installation around a gas flue that needed to be redone. When I called Nick, he would not answer his phone,or call me back. This went on to the point of distress. I need to note here that Nick was very easy to get ahold of before the job was awarded, in fact he was calling me campaigning for the job. After he was paid it was a whole different story. When I finally got to talk to him, we made an appointment for him to come and address my concerns, and he stood me up. No call to let me know he couldn't make it, or any kind of follow up at all. Several attempts to call him ensued with the same, no answers, and no returned calls. When I finally got to talk to him again, he was on his way to a job somewhere, and he apologized and told me he had been ''chasing money" and forgot our appointment. He then made another appointment for the next day, and stood me up again. I realized at that point that he was not seriously going to follow up on the unfinished work. I exchanged numerous emails with him, trying to get him to take responsibility for the unfinished work. I finally told him that I wanted him to just supply the materials needed to complete the agreed upon, and paid for, job, and I would do it myself. After several email exchanges about that, he finally agreed to supply the materials, and I never heard from him again. No call, no message, no materials, no nothing. I tried my best to give Nick and Metal Men Roofing every chance to get the job right, but he failed to prevail with the opportunity. Nick is charmer, and talks a good job. But his ethics are lacking, and even if he intends to do well, he can't bring himself to do well. He has no problem with stiffing people, and covering with excuses. He needs to have his license revoked. I would not hire him, now, to roof a dog house.