on the inside of door when I mentioned to him that the door contact was not installed and he was about to put the alarm contact in the door frame, not installed. Installer took off the trim and then wanted me to sign a waiver of liability in case the alarm did not work. I said no and advised he was responsible for putting the alarm back. One of the installer's co-workers said that usually he drills a hold in the new door frame before nailing it in place to push the door contact through which the installer did not do. The door contact could not be put in because there was not enough room to push the door contact from inside the space where the sheet rock was and the door frame. I had to schedule for an alarm company to come out on Tuesday, October 25, 2011, to run a new wire and put the alarm contact back in. The installer said he was going to have to order a threshold extender again attempting to blame me for the wrong measurements on the door frame. Installer asked to use my power drill again since his was not working which was okay but a little odd. 6. Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - alarm company completed the repairs to the door for a total of $101. I called the installer and told him Friday, October 27, 2011, would be a good day to finish the door. The installer said he would call me and let me know when a good time would be. 7. Friday, October 27, 2011 - installer finally showed up around 1000 AM but I had to call the company to find out where he was. Installer told me that he was trying to round up another threshold extender because the one he had ordered did not fix the door. 8. Fridy, October 27, 2011 - I advised the installer I was deducting the $101 alarm company bill from his amount of $364. The installer did not understand even after I explained to him the circumstances regarding his mistakes. The installer also complained again about the measurements being off and the storm door having too many parts. The installer did not put in the peep hole stating he had forgot and did not caulk the door frame stating it was a painter's job and that he did not have a caulk gun. Installer said he did not charge me for drive time even though this was not mentioned in the original estimate. 9. Complaints on the work done by the installer. One, installer never initiated any phone calls with me. The phone calls he made to me were always in response to me having called him or his office. Two, the installer left the job and went to fix a busted water line for his boss. Three, the installer did not take the necessary precautions in attaching the door contact to the new frame resulting in me having to call an alarm company run a new wire and contact to the door. Four, the installer did not put in a peep hole which I requested. Finally, the installer did not caulk the door frame. 10. The overall quality of the work was good but the professionalism was way below standards and not acceptable.