There was water damage in the front-porch ceiling of my mother's house. Over the years, the porch had developed a leak in a couple of places, but since the porch was an open area with a rock floor, we were not in any hurry to repair it because it wasn't really doing any damage to the house itself. But, eventually, we had to replace the roof on the house and decided to repair the ceiling on the porch shortly after that. We hired Chuck to remove the entire ceiling of the porch so the area would be ready for the carpenters who were going to replace the ceiling and install a ceiling fan. Chuck arrived at 8:30 sharp to start work. He removed all the old wood and insulation, stacked all the trash on his trailer, and hauled away all the debris. It was a very labor-intensive, dirty, and HOT job. He worked very hard and completed the entire project by noon. He left the area very clean without even a stray nail on the porch or in the front yard. It was a job well done and we appreciate his hard work.