Doesn't even deserve one star, but I had to put something to get this review up. This contractor wanted money up front, I gave him what he asked, 80% of the total price. Next day, he claimed my check wasn't written out correctly even though I made it out exactly how he asked, he showed up after business hours and wanted another, but said he couldn't return the first one until the day after he got a new one (and of course, this was after the banks had closed so I had no way to find out if he deposited the first one!). Of course, he said he needed the new check to pay for the materials to get started, but then said he already bought them. WTF??? On top of which, he didn't show up when he originally promised, even though he said he was very busy and that the whole job would be done in 3-4 days. When challenged about what he said he would do vs what is actually happening, he insisted he would be there the next morning, then when I insisted that I didn't want him to do the job, he said that I would have to tell the subcontractors in the morning that the job was cancelled because he wouldn't be able to be there! He gave references, which I followed up on, then when those references didn't work out to his benefit, he denied ever working for them, insisting it's another A Pizza contractor. I later learned that he changes his name back and forth from Angelo to Anthony. According to people who say he has worked for them (who he gave as references), he allegedly still has unfinished work and leins filed on their building by his sub contractors because they were never paid by him. After having to cancel payment on the original check, and tell him that I am cancelling any work to be done, he called and texted me constantly for the next few hours telling me that I was wrong and that he should be able to do the job anyway. This guy doesn't want to take no for an answer! Be careful. Oh yeah, and he insists this company isn't him, he uses several different cell phone numbers which show up as being in different towns. Be very, very careful. Ask for references, and don't pay a cent until you speak to all of them. Don't just let him show you some houses he says he built, which is what he tried to pull on me. If you insist on using him, you might want to put your money into some type of legal escrow account to protect yourself until the job is completed.