Putting this review into perspective, my last assignment before retiring was as Resident Engineer for a major signaling system upgrade for a large western commuter railroad. I am well aware of the many "shortcuts" that construction/installation crews may take to expedite their "on time" and their "within budget" framework. I have also personally done major renovations to my own home, including installing a roof, before I retired. But now that I'm into my eighties I needed someone else to do the work.
I evaluated a few potential contractors. Scott was soon on the "short list". He was available, friendly, accommodating, and prompt in addressing my concerns - but that is not what this review is about. It's about the quality of material, the workmanship, the follow-through when unforeseen problems cropped up - and, of course, the cost of the job.
He delivered as promised, except in two instances where he upgraded materials at no extra cost. Small amount in dollars - large amount in integrity. First class workmanship (I couldn't have done better). Work was completed by actual promise date and none of the "Oh, Oh - look what we found" half way through the job.
With that performance I can tell you that I rate him and his crew as five-star performers.
Would I recommend him ? We're already talking about working on the next project !!