Work was started on time as promised (four month waiting list). This company used a sub contractor to do the work. According to the neighbors, the sub fought with the contractor on and off that day because things didn't go exactly as planned with the job. Apparently, there were heated, foul mouthed arguments over the fact that the job required more work than anticipated. The sub clearly wanted to be done with the job that day so things were thrown back together without concern for quality craftsmanship. I paid $2450 for two men that worked approximately 8 hours each. That's $153 per hour...each. I told the contractor, Tom, that I was dissatisfied due to broken siding, mis matched floor boards (when available matching floor boards were ten minutes away), and porch railings that were re installed in such a way that if they are leaned on, they will fail. He told me that the sub would come back to fix the siding and the railings. Also, little care was taken to avoid damaging the aluminum trim that is just 3 years old. Three promises later, the work is still incomplete. In fact, the office coordinator tried to put the responsibility back in my hands because someone was too lazy to source the broken siding. Anyone in this business knows that there are many vendors, very close to the job site, that carry the siding. Part of the problem with this job was that there was unknown rot beneath the porch. A qualified estimator would have seen the rot and charged accordingly. Someone wishing to deliver a quality, lasting job would have notified me of the rot and given me the decision of whether to fix it the right way, or to have done what these guys did... throw it back together the best way in order to beat it out of there that day. Finally, Tom, the contractor had to have his check that day. I have never heard from him since the day they said that the job was finished and that was six weeks ago. Lesson learned, never pay a contractor until you are fully satisfied and the job is truly complete. I came to Angie's list thinking that I would find quality. I did not.