The tree was gone the first day except the stump. The crew started on the roof. It all started pretty well. The first thing I noticed was that a boot was missing on the furnace pipe vent through the metal roof and additional soffit was damaged that wasn't intended to be repaired. The crew was careless about throwing shingle debris and stuff off the roof . They even drove through the neighbor?s yard to park beside the house in the grass. They ended up tearing the grill cover with shingles. The metal part was complete but it took additional weeks to actually get the finalization of the roof, the bad soffit and fascia and painting completed. I began to feel he need to stay on them, to make sure it was done. The guys were tearing up stuff that wasn't on the repair list. Finally! The roof was done. He expected the other half of payment as each portion was done. Almost everyday I had to message him to find out what was going on, were they coming today? When he was going to be here? We would go days with no one here working.. The next few days they tore out the drive way leaving us with no way to access the house except to drive through the neighbor?s yard and ours. We expected that. The drive was torn out and put in a dumpster along with the tree stump. It became apparent that the guy running the bob cat wasn?t great at it. But it was getting done.. The driveway was dirt, then; it rained a lot, mud running down the street into a creek. The code enforcement and police made an appearance the job site was so bad. But;The biggest problem came with the cement pour of the new drive.. The guys weren't here the day before and not early enough, the forms weren't laid, it wasn't prepped correctly and the parking pad addition we asked for wasn't deep enough to park a car, I had to have them correct that before the cement trucks arrived. They were going to pour on a hill with no belt or pump truck. They had the cement truck drive through the neighbor?s yard and ours to get to the top of the hill to pour down hill . The truck got stuck and couldn?t make it, they tore the yard up badly. Then they had a second truck do the same. They were hauling cement with a wheel barrow trying to get it where it needed to be. The entire yard was a mud hole and trenched. The pour went bad, uneven, unfinished, rocky and just a very very ugly. They said the one and only float they had went bad then we found it out was rented, they don?t do this regularly enough. The guys cleaning up their boots and tools splattered a newly painted front door with cement spots as well as a newly detailed car sitting in the grass, The guys that painted got paint residue on the brick from washing their brushes. Very unprofessional and careless. We were told he would rip out the drive and do it again. After a week or so, They swapped out the dumpster with the old drive concrete and replaced it. They began tearing out the drive yet again. But this time the neighbor was so mad from the cement trucks through his yard he would not allow us to use his drive way to access our house. So we had to park on the street and walk up the hill. This time the prep was done a little better, as was the pour they got a belt truck this time, but it was still far from professional. There are still chunks of cement all over, humps and left over rock, form boards not removed and places in the surface that are still swirled, rocky, not smoothed and finished as it should be. The expansion cuts are not straight. But the drive is usable and better than the busted drive we had from the tree root damage. But it is already showing cracks. The issue is finishing the job, the clean up. The 2nd dumpster that the 1st bad pour concrete was loaded into was so over loaded the dumpster company could not pick it up. So it sat over a month in the front yard ditch between ours and our other neighbors house. I was consistently was in contact with Nathan asking when he was going to get it removed and clean up the yard. A couple times a week I would message him. I was always told I?ll be there in the morning , or Monday or Friday, but he never showed up. It was always one excuse after another, after another. The dumpster guy after a month or so brought his own end-loader and another dumpster, unload the excess and finally took the container away. It has been a couple weeks now and the mess, the trenches, the excess concrete laying in the ditch and the safety cones are still in our front yards. I cannot recommend you use Nathan Barrett or any company he has. Looking at The Ga Sec. of state page he has had many. I still wait for clean up to finish the project. We are over 70 days now. We have been told he has not paid the suppliers of the dumpster company or the concrete.