DO NOT USE C&S REMODELING, 265 Prospect Street Apartment 4, Willimantic, CT 06226, (860) 906-7051, Chad Saba, Owner!!! You will be sorry!! This room has been nothing but a nightmare since it was built in 2008!! Approximately 1 year after completion, we developed a leak in the roof which in turn damaged the ceiling. When we called Mr. Saba, we were told by him that there was nothing he could do since the job was completed 12 months prior. We ended up hiring a local roofer who stripped the roof and re-shingled, but the roof continued to leak. We hired a different roofer who stripped the roof again, as well as removed several inches of siding from where the addition meets the side of the house. This roofer discovered that the addition was not properly attached to the house!! There was a gap between the house and addition of about 1/2" that was not flashed and only covered by the roof shingles! We also learned from this new roofer that the room was not properly vented at the peak, and from the peak down to the soffit. After finally getting that leak fixed, we developed a new leak in 2011 over the front door. We dealt with that leak for 3 years, going through about 3 different roofers again before it was finally fixed. Fast forward to the winter of 2014-2015...we noticed black mold coming up through the laminate flooring in the same room!! We had a local general contractor come to check it out and he determined that the front door to the room is not flashed and because Mr. Saba built the threshold of the door flush to the deck of the porch, rain and snow melt have leaked under the threshold and into the insulation under the flooring. The new contractor also determined that Mr. Saba did not pour enough support tubes under the addition and the entire room has begun to tilt because the existing tubes are sinking. That explains why the front door to the room no longer stays open where you want it...it slowly continues opening all the way to the wall. Also, because the room is starting to lean, the baseboard trim has begun to move away from being flush to the floor, and the windows in the bay window are becoming uneven. We now have to pay this new contractor to pour more support tubes and install a concrete faux foundation around outside of the room, build us new front and back steps/entry ways, and remove and replace mold damaged flooring. With the money we have spent on all the repairs to this room we could have put another addition on the house! I can only hope that Mr. Saba sees this review and realizes what a nightmare his shoddy work has caused us. This room has been nothing but a money pit!