HORRIBLE SERVICE PROVIDER. 1. I was told all along that there would be only one person coming out and that they could do these 3 jobs in four hours. 2. When the the person called for directions, gave his name and said would be out shortly. 3. Only one person came to the door. 4. Squeaky Clean was only at my house for 3.5 hours. 5. After 3.5 hours, the person asked me if Jackie had told me about the additional moneys I owed. I said no, what for? I was a 2nd person assisting and he was loading up the truck-with what I am not sure since the work involved a saw which the one person still had, a screw driver and a wrench for the bolts.. W. said how does $100 sound. I said ok, and went to get the money. 6. My housekeeper came in and said she was told to tell me that squeaky clean said I needed to pay $200 not $100. 7. I walked out and said there was no way I was paying $200 and was told the price would be $165 for the 2nd person (who I never saw) so I gave him the money and was given no receipt. The 'work' that was done was very bad, and not only do I have to take it out and replace it with good materials, my 76 year old neighbor will be coming over tomorrow to fix it correctly because; 1. The gutter down spout had been pulled away from the wall at a 35 degree angle and crimped into the rain barrel-I do not know what happened to the elbow downspouts that were on the gutter. All that needed done was for the drain from the guttering cut and the elbow on the down spout put on the ends so it would drain into the rain barrels. Further, they were put on the same wall of the house rather than on the two walls that needed the rain barrels. further they said parts of one rain barrel was missing so they left the holes (i sealed them with duct tape after they left. I have now spent $42 to order the elbow and guttering needed to fix the problem. Once they arrive, my housekeeper will be cutting the guttering and putting the new elbows on so they drain properly into the rain barrel. 2. As for the sunset awning, to start with it was put on the wrong wall. Consequently, the awning could not be fully extended so the bar that would hold the awning in place when it was fully extended was left off so and the side panels were not put on making it very unstable. Further, rather than bolting the post receptor into the deck, it was put into the wall so that you have to step over it about 2 feet +. There is a ramp on that porch so that when I am in my wheel chair I can get in and out of the house. When my house keeper questioned about this, she was told all you have to do is roll the awning up so it is flush against the house and then you could get out the door and off the porch. Incredibly bad job. After, they left my housekeeper and I pulled the posts out of the receptors and sized them correctly so they could sit flush against the wall and outside of the deck so we could get in and out of the house. My 76 year old neighbor will be over tomorrow so we can take the bolts off of the receptors and rebolt them into the deck. Further, my neighbor and housekeeper will probably take the awning down and put it on the proper wall, bolt the post receptors into the deck and put up the metal ceiling for the awning to rest against so that it will be stable and put up the side screen panels. My house keeper told me that the only time the 2nd person was out of the truck was to help put up the awning and that the main person was on the phone quite a bit discussing the other 6 jobs he was going to do that day. So, essentially, this provider did not follow the requirements of the Angie's list contract of negotiating any extra money and telling the person up front rather than demand more money after doing the 'work' that I must pay more for. Demanded more money without providing a receipt (good thing I have an eye witness) is also in violation with Angie list rules. Now I have to pay additional money to purchase replacement materials that were ruined by this provider as well as about $700 worth of my own materials that they took away when they left (including two gutter elbows with brackets, two screen bars, and two screens), and pay someone else to redo the work. I am a home bound disabled widow and this mistreatment is not appreciated and causes great stress. But whether the customer is disabled or not, apparently this provider is into fleecing the customer with their bait and switch tactics, How could anyone do 6 4 hour jobs in one day-well, just waiting for Jackie 'the owner" to tell the customers that they must pay twice as much for poor quality work in the name of money. The next day my neighbor went out with me and we then found out that the that not only did they mess up my home but they stole the items that I needed to fix what they messed up!! They were only here for 3 hours instead of 6. When my house keeper asked to talk to the manager. He would not let me and the manager talk to her. The manager said she saw nothing wrong. DO NOT USE THESE PEOPLE.