SJ Anderson seemed like a nice, easy going guy. I expected with this project, there would be areas to touch-up, correct or possibly redo. Ultimately he continued coming to the house, without attempting to initiate the items we reviewed that were never corrected, finished or even initiated in some cases. During the peak of the project, his subcontractors were given the code enter my house; without confirming they showed or completed the work. There had been someone laying on the couch, he acknowledged a guy wasn't feeling good and spent the day on it. Regretfully he didn't oversee the hanging of the sheet rock, resulting in it extending beyond the wall in some places and cutting it too short creating large gaps. He attempted to put molding but only completed 1/3 of the wall and hung the molding so crooked it looked like it done as a joke. He didn't supervise, confirm or finish painting 1 coat on the ceiling in the basement, yet let me know that he needed to get paid more because he had to do more coats than the insurance company allotted. If that were true, there would be no problem but everyone knows what unpainted sheet rock looks like. especially next to patches of painted sheet rock. In pointing out the unfinished interior of the cupboard, he told me it was finished, despite the brown unfinished rough appearance. Regretfully, he nearly broke the drum of the dryer stacking things on its side, he incorrectly installed the kitchen sink and dishwasher resulting in flooding on the newly sanded floors. After asking several times how I wanted my molding, he installed another style completely different saying he "liked his better". Because my insurance was reimbursing me a certain amount, somehow he mistakenly was under the impression that entire amount was his money, regardless of whether he performed the work. He told me my job was to "cut the checks". If I hadn't been coached by my Wells Fargo banker to create a checklist and review each time Scott asked to be paid, I would have been out a lot more money. He was paid over 18K; this included work that was never completed, incorrectly completed and ultimately thinking I wouldn't know the difference. It was bad enough to deal with the water damage, loss of personal belongings and living in a construction zone for 5 months. To pay to demo his work and start over is a nightmare.