This "contractor" is everything you'd fear as a client about contractors, unprofessional, lazy, incompetent, a thief, and con-artist. First, do your homework, Mr. Bailey will come to your home insistent upon having you sign a contract and will be ever-so-anxious to take your money/deposit, only the business names under which he contracts, Business and/& Remodeling Innovations, LLC are not licensed as he claims, call the Corporation information line. I hired me Bailey & gave him a deposit of 70% for a project he claimed would take one week. Once he received the deposit however, there was always an excuse as to why he could no show up to perform work. When he did show up, he showed up late and left early. You'd be hard pressed to get four hours of work out of this person in one day. Secondly, he may claim he is a contractor but isn't one of any skill. Surfaces that were intended to be painted were not cleaned or prepped, so Mr. Bailey sprayed paint over dirty surfaces which caused the paint to peel in a week. If you have small items, such as shutters or doors, he will claim he needs to take them home to get a jump on painting them and even lie to you and tell them the painting is complete and the paint looks great. That's what he did with mine, and two months later after being removed from the job site, the items were dirty and not complete. As for the siding, Mr. Bailey clearly had/has never truly completed a siding job, as he did not know simple rules such as ensuring soffit does not sag below siding on any building, let alone a split level home. What an eye sore. He also doesn't understand the importance of leveling siding, so your home will appear crooked. He will install corners, but they will not be square. He installed siding on one side of my home, and it began to sag the next day. J channel and borders that are clearly straight when you purchase them will be installed crooked. And you'll have seams facing every which way. He hired another jack leg contractor to install trim on my home who stole materials from the job site and wasted material on the portions he claimed to complete. Yes, that had to be torn down too. That was the last straw before finally kicking him off site. And I'm still finding six months later, that he didn't nail the entire right side of my house, so that side is currently blowing away with the wind, literally. He also stole money for completion of a project at a friend's house that still is not complete 9 months later. If you aren't intending to have to tear down a brand new siding or other project, having to chase down a lazy person who simply is incapable of working, having money and materials stolen from you, attempting to sue someone who will evade the system like Houdini, hire a real contractor instead of this fraud. Contact me for more pictures. Only ten can be added on this site.