1. They retaped the main line ductwork, but very little of the feeder ductwork. 2. The hall bath and half bath were painted well. It took several "mud" applications and coats to cover up the wallpaper seams. 3. Master bedroom and master bath: The remaining glued part of the wallpaper tended to bubble up when paint was applied. It required several "mud" applications and coats to cover up the wallpaper seams and to eliminate the bubbles. The last day the workers were here, they did not fix the obvious uneven mud and bubbles above the door leading into the master bath. Also, they did not smooth out the mud strip over a long seam on the wall seen as you enter the master bath. Although they did paint over these two defective areas once, they did not finish the job because they ran out of paint. Except for these two defective areas, these two rooms were painted well. They also lost a decorative fastener for one of the mirrors and broke one bathroom light. 4. They thought that the roof leaks came from rotted tops of the vent pipe boots so I bought rain collars for all 7 boots which they installed. I, personally, covered up the ceiling stains in the hall bath and in the master bedroom with matching paint I had gotten from Home Depot. Unfortunately, after they removed and replaced the badly stained portion of the garage ceiling, it rained and the repair was stained again. They tried to repair the ceiling by removing the water softened part and pushing "mud" up into the 1-inch hole. Again it rained and the stain returned, only larger. They did not find the leak or fix the garage stain. 5. The rotten soffit was repaired, caulked, and painted well. They were to return about 7 days later, but delayed until the next Saturday afternoon. Although they were to call if they could not come on Saturday afternoon. they neither called nor came! [Several times during this project, they called to say they were on the way, but showed up 2 to 4 hours later. Hence, I have wasted a lot of my time waiting for them from July 19 to August 13.] On August 15, I called the company owner. I had to leave a voice mail telling him about my dissatisfaction with the project and invited him to see the situation for himself to determine if he felt something had to be fixed or not. He never returned my call.