Hawthorn Home Improvement installed vinyl and aluminum siding on the eves of my house at Langley, AR. It was a disaster. I do not want to see the following happen to anyone else. Call me at 870 845-8734 or cell 870 845-8632 if you would like to see the kind of work Hawthorne Home Improvement does. I paid Howard Hawthorne $16,000 to install vinyl siding on the eves of my house at Langley, AR. The siding is crooked and is falling off. .pdf show the crooked installation of the siding and the siding falling off. Howard has been back several times to look at the mess he made. This a list of the excuses he has made: The siding will be ok after the rock (actually brick) is installed. The brick has been installed and the siding is worse than ever. Is the problem that the brick has not been installed or that the brick has been installed? Some of the siding does not even touch the brick. The attic got too hot. The decking on the roof has a thin sheet of aluminum called tech shield. This shields the attic from the heat of the sun, and by itself reduces the temperature of the attic by 20 degrees. In addition, there is ridge vent. Combined with the holes in the siding under the eves this allows outside air to enter through the holes. A special wall was built in the attic to prevent insulation from covering these holes. Does this mean that the vinyl Hawthorne Home Improvement uses warps because of attic heat? The hot exhaust from a tractor parked under the carport warped the vinyl: There are no scorch marks on the vinyl. The tractor is parked under an open carport not an enclosed garage, and the exhaust comes out two feet below the vinyl. Furthermore, one of the few places where the vinyl is straight is above the tractor exhaust. Not only that, much of the crooked siding is above a porch where you cannot drive a tractor. The most recent excuse is that the wind blew the siding off. It is ridiculous to the think that the wind damaged my house, but did not damage any other structure in the area. The last time Howard Hawthorne came when I was there, he took measurements of the vinyl he would need to fix the problem. That was months ago, and I have not have heard from him since I do not believe anything Howard says.