July 2013 Update The company was completely unresponsive until we sent a 30-day demand letter requesting money to pay to have this job finished. After receiving the letter (and calls from the Attorney General's Consumer Affairs Division and Better Business Bureau) they contacted us and said that they would come in late July and re-coat the house. However, we've had 4-5 estimates from other painters and every single one said that the house needs to be fully sanded before the finish is applied for a proper coating. Reliable Remodeling claims that they can just put a coat over the mess that is on the wood now (after two power-washings and two years of exposure without protection) without sanding the wood. This is unacceptable and we will likely end up taking Reliable Remodeling to small claims court for the money it will cost us to have someone else prepare and coat the siding. They have less than two weeks remaining to respond to the demand letter. April 2013 Update NOTHING! We now will need to scrub the unprotected siding clean and re-apply a coat of protective stain ourselves, despite paying $42K for the job. February 2013 Update The house was power-washed late last summer (2012) but no coat of protection was applied, so the siding went through another winter unprotected. We hope Reliable Remodeling will finish this as soon as the weather is warmer this spring. August 2012 Update After about 6 months we noticed a white, cloudy coat on the siding. We had been told that this might happen, since ceramic was mixed with the finish. But it should have gone away and did not. To the company's great credit, willingness was shown by them to help fix the issue. I contacted Enoch in spring of 2011, slightly less than a year after work had been completed. He said that he would come by and take a look, which he did, determining that there was too much ceramic in the mix and that he would powerwash and re-coat. In November 2011 he came to our house and powerwashed. Since it was getting cold, he said he would powerwash again in the spring (this year) and then re-coat. But they have not followed through. Now our siding is unprotected due to powerwashing last November, and has been unprotected for 8 months. Attempts to contact the company have been successful, with promises that they will come fix the problem by powerwashing and re-applying the coating with the correct amount of ceramic so that it looks clearer. But, as stated above, they have yet to come, despite stating on two occasions this summer that they would.be here at specific times. I want to give Reliable Remodeling a positive review, and had done so, as the initial work went relatively smoothly. However, failure thus far to take care of this issue - about three days of work to powerwash and re-finish the siding - leaves me with a house with beautiful but unprotected siding and unable to give them a positive review. This has been frustrating, but I hope that the issue can be resolved. If that happens, I will update here so everyone knows that this company does indeed stand by their work. Original Review - Fall 2010 Things went well for the first 2-3 weeks then kind of stalled. We were in limbo for a few months after that. Now it's done, and we're happy it's done, appears to be quality work, and we hope it protects our home and looks as good in 5, 10, 20 years as it does now. Our home has truly been transformed. In response to the contractor's response below, it is true that the doors initially came in August, but they were not what we asked for, which was a mistake by the company that sent the doors. And it should also be added that we got a great deal on these doors, which are high-quality mahogany. Had those doors delivered in August been the doors we ordered, all would have worked out much more quickly. I think the fault here lies with the door company for sending the wrong doors and the shipping company for taking so long to send the right ones.