We were out of town when the storm hit so the insurance company handled a lot of this for us, which we are grateful. Commonwealth did come out the night of the storm or right after the storm and removed the tree that fell from the roof and put plastic over the roof. They neglected to come back and check, so they dried out the house with their big dryers and heaters, only in the next storm to find that they had missed two major holes in the roof so it re-soaked everything and we had to spend another 10 days drying it out. Their subcontractors, we negotiated, we talked, we had the contract written up in detail, I had very specific details. The subcontractors did not show on time, did not come, we would contact them and there would always be an excuse. One of the subcontractors was to replace the whole ceiling and decided that they try to patch it and we came home and they ripped it all out. Then they proceeded to spray paint the walls and not remove any of our light switches covers, any of our pictures hooks and paint drips were running down onto the hardwood floors. A job that should have taken maybe 12 weeks, took six months to complete. Then six months later I kept noticing how my bathroom ceiling paint was cracking and it started popping off and sure enough there was a leak in the brand new roof that they installed, so more water damage came into the attic, the insulation and my bathroom ceiling and the repair job that they did there you can still see the crack. They painted over my cam white fixtures when they were painting the ceiling. It was a constant nightmare, but the worst part I think was that when they gave us three or four different "project managers" they fired some of there subcontractors. They promised to be here, they would have somebody in on Tuesday or whenever, and no one would come and we would give them till Thursday and then we call them and they would say well another emergency came up and we had to pull them and put them on job xyz, but no body would let us know. They sent me another bill and I had already paid my deductible and I am not to receive anymore bills and this was to go to the insurance company. I wrote them a letter telling them what to do with their bill. As far as I am concerned they failed all the way around, their service was terrible, and their contractors were horrible.