Everything went very well. The house was not compromised from the storm so schedule to have the work done was not a problem. All concerns that we had were addressed. The roof was done first while it still had a chance to seal from the heat of the sun. Several weeks later the siding was done. Each time we had a question, we emailed Andy and got a very quick response. The workmen were very good about cleaning up after themselves and with the exception of picking up about a 1/2 cup of nails/screws, there was nothing we had to do after they were finished. The job consisted of taking off the existing roof while taking care of the lightning rods and wiring that ran around the house, replacing it with new shingles and vents and installing 2 new vents so that the bathrooms could be vented out the roof instead of just running the vent pipe across the attic and having the end point toward a soffit vent. This had been a problem previously so we wanted to get it fixed while they were tearing the roof apart. One place on the east side of the roof looked like the shingles were bent up a little and not laying flat but when we contacted Andy, he assured us that would flatten and they'd check it when they came back for the siding and rectify any problem. It does appear less obvious now so we think that is happening. The siding was all taken off and a 1/4 inch of insulation was placed under the new siding. Since that raised the thickness of the wall past the trim boards, they put additional plywood on all of the trim areas in order to maintain the appropriate reveal. Then new vinyl siding was installed. In order to get to all of the siding, a large shed had to be moved. It was sandwiched in on the back and right side with less than a foot clearance between the sides of the shed and the house. On the left side was the air conditioning compressor with less than 3 inches distance between the compressor hoses and the shed. We discussed during the estimate about how that would be done and Andy and Arthur were certain they could move the shed and replace it. We (homeowner) ultimately decided to spend the money to move the compressor over about 4 feet rather than risk a problem. Nyberg did move the shed and put it back where it belonged with no problem. Aluminum was applied to all of the trim, new fascia and soffits were put on so that no painting would be needed going forward. There was one hiccup. When they completed the fascia and soffit on the three peaks at the front of the house, they left the 3 corbels (decorative scrolls made of wood). We had discussed these things specifically and they were supposed to be removed and aluminum would cover the place where they had been. We definitely didn't want these 3 painted (wrong color for current siding as well) items left to be maintained. When we contacted Arthur he came out to the house to discuss and agreed to bring the team back for a half day to correct. That was done and it looks great! Part of the cost was borne by the insurance company but about 20% was the homeowner's upgrades and responsibility. Nyberg knew exactly what the insurance company needed and provided a good estimate that was approved immediately. Mistakes can happen but the mark of a superior company is the effort and ability to fix any problems. Nyberg did a great job on the house. It looks fantastic. The one problem that we had was promptly fixed and that is the most anyone could ask. We'll definitely be calling on them again when another home in our family needs their skills.