Roofing Service Specialists Lawrenceville, GA

Our company has been in business since 1963. Bill Scott bought the business from the original owner in 2005. Choosing a company with half a century of experience gives homeowners a sense a security and confidence in the employees. Bill's forty years of experience in the roofing industry rounds this out to provide you the perfect answer for your home's needs.

Along with normal maintenance or new roof requests, we have worked with storm areas as well. Should the worst happen, we are instantly prepared to handle your storm insurance claims from start to finish, including working one-on-one with the insurance adjusters and your insurance company. This is a relief to many homeowners who are already stressed from the trauma of the damage done to their property and are not familiar with the insurance claim process. We look forward to supporting you throughout the repair process, just as we have been doing for decades!

We are a hometown company serving hometown folk. Our mission is to deliver service that is exceptional in quality and performance, and to give our customers a positive experience of friendliness and honesty. If you don't need something, we will not try to convince you that you do. We treat our homeowners the way we as homeowners would want to be treated.
Services Offered
  • Asphalt Roofing
  • Commercial
  • Flat Roofing
  • Guttering
  • Inspection
  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Metal Roofing
  • Products
  • Repairs
  • Replacement
  • Residential
  • Shingle Roofing
Contact Information
Website
Phone Number (770) 225-4442
City Lawrenceville, GA
Zip Code 30044
Address 3333 U.S. 29
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Products and Services
In an emergency, we often don't think clearly and look for the solution that can be implemented quickly/that first comes to mind. Roofing emergencies are a case in point. The idea that your shingles have been breached, whether by high winds, fallen tree limbs, or overdo replacement, is enough to make any homeowner frantic. After all, water can ruin many types of building materials, including insulation, drywall, and flooring.
Roof leak repair begins with roof leak detection. If the rafters and underside of your roof deck is exposed, you will have an easier time of it. That said, however, water leaks have a way of being incredibly deceptive. The spot where you see water and stains may be some distance from the actual roof damage. A professional roofer knows the tricks that water can play, so don't risk climbing onto your roof and searching for the source yourself.
It's a major expense to replace an old roof with a new one. In addition to finding a good contractor who will complete your re-roof job for a reasonable price, you may need to decide whether or not you want the new roof to be the same type as the old. If you notice a leak, but most of the roof is still in good condition, it might make more sense just to repair the damaged spots.
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