The work started on schedule and the crew came daily and spent all day each time. The job was tough for them in that we have three gables protruding from the roof on the third floor, and the outsides of the gables are rounded. This required a lot of precise metal work, molded to fit over the gables' round part and sealed properly along the borders of the sloping roof and around the windows. The crew worked long hours, meticulously to get it right -- for example, to allow proper water drainage along the back and sides of the gables -- and it seems that they did get it right. Also, our carport required nice handiwork with the metal. All told, with the last part of the project being asphalt re-roofing, the work crew was here for more than week. I should add that our previous asphalt roofing was damaged over at least two hailstorms, so we were helped by home insurance. In fact, after the insurance company offered its initial settlement, the Metal Pro Roofing salesman phoned the insurance adjuster to point out damage that he had missed. The insurance company increased the settlement substantially. IF there had been no hail damage and insurance payout, we would not have been at a time when the roofing needed replacement. And when that time had come, I can't say 100 percent that we would have been ready to invest the amount that this job cost. That being said, we really like the results and were fully happy with Metal Pro. Our house seems better-insulated with the new roof (the metal was installed over the existing roof). And hopefully, we won't have to worry about our roof ever again.