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A properly installed roof in good conditions is easily one of the most important aspects of any house. Its primary purpose may be to just stop water from entering the house, but it does much more than that. It protects the wooden components of the house, provides extra insulation for the house, and gives extra value to the house when properly done. Luckily for you, that's what we believe in, providing excellent, proper work, so take a look and what we have to offer down below!

What We Offer:

- New Roof Installations

For new construction currently without a roof.

- Old Roof Replacements

Recommended for houses with roofs damaged beyond repair or just far too old to sustain rain and wind properly.

- Roof Repairs

Recommended for roofs with small issues or leaks, but otherwise perfectly fine roofs.




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Materials We Work With:

3-Tab Asphalt Shingles

The most common roof type in the United States, 3-tab shingles offer great protection and durability at a rather economic price. A lightweight material, in comparison to other types, it works great with just about any roof slope.

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Architectural Asphalt Shingles

A heavier alternative to 3-tab shingles, Architectural shingles are another type of asphalt shingles that last longer than 3-tab shingles due to the extra layer and quality. They are, however, more expensive and tend to work better in roofs with higher slopes than those with lower slopes.

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Asphalt Roll Roofing

Commonly used for roofs with low slopes, roll roofs are good alternatives when looking for an inexpensive roof for sheds or shops. With this, though, roll roofs don't tend to last as long as other asphalt based shingles.

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Aluminum Standing Seam Metal Roof

One of the longest lasting roof types, aluminum metal roofs are great for areas with heavy snowfall or areas with a high likelihood of wildfires. Although Georgia doesn't generally face either of these conditions, its durability makes it still a roof type to consider.

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TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) Roof

A staple for commercial properties nationwide, TPO roof generally consists of a rubber or synthetic membrane installed over a special insulation. Due to its general white color, buildings with TPO roofs tend to reflect high amounts of UV rays, allowing them to remain relatively cool.

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