Recent Review: Overall, the project went very well, throughout removal and installation of the roof. It was a nasty job, and I am sure that it surprised even the construction crew just how difficult the job was. Manpower was managed in such a way that all hands present were fully utilized, and no one was there until their skills were needed. The vinyl siding was installed very professionally by the proprietor himself and a helper or two. Up to this point, I would have considered the job exceptional, but the following issues were enough to render an outstanding job - unremarkable. I had asked for a handle to be installed on the overhead garage door, for opening the door from the outside, since the small service entrance was not accessible from the outside. This was not done before the crew left for another job. When we paid the bill, I thought we got a break, since the proprietor had told us that we were well under budget, because the job had gone so well, when we paid a little over $50,000.00. While I was at work, the proprietor came with another bill, and got an additional $10,000 from my wife, to pay for the materials and installation of the door. I thought that was kind of crappy, but OK, the original quote was for $60,000.00. I would have preferred that he had mentioned this when we paid the 1st bill. I wasn't impressed with the way they pieced together the aluminum trim that framed the door. It was kind of hokey, but that is something that I can fix myself eventually. Then I notified them that the garage door did not have a handle. I wasn't particularly impressed with the installation of the door, in that the bracing inside was not parallel, and is somewhat of a jury-rigged installation that I will correct myself later. When someone finally did come and install the door handle, they installed it in the wrong place, where it would not clear the header when it was raised. Then they attempted to plug the holes with bolts and nuts - somewhat unsuccessfully. They finally did put a handle on the door which is adequate, but I will still have to patch holes in the door or put a plaque or something over it to disguise where it was. So, overall, they did in fact successfully accomplish the very big and nasty job of replacing the roof on the gym, a task that saved me from having to demolish the building. However, the follow-up was unacceptable once they had moved on to another job. I would have rated the job outstanding overall, if they had just paid a little more attention to detail when they were finishing up, and followed up with me to see if I was satisfied with the job they did.