Bone Dry Roofing Company (GA)

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Exovations was very professional while dealing with our replacement picture window. They had a very competitive quote. The installation was timely and professional. We are very pleased and would recommend them to anyone.

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· Suwanee

I was pleased with their customer service and with the quality of their products and with the time frame. I like the way it looks - I feel like it has added value to my home. I would recommend them to others.

Terry R.

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The doors are very high quality and I am happy with them.

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· Marietta

The mechanics, design, and function of roofing is the most demanding trade of home ownership. To repair or replace a roof requires experience, and careful thought. Dr. Roof is that experienced and thoughtful company you must go with if your want the roof constructed RIGHT the first time. Of all m... more

Can anyone recommend a drainage specialist for outdoors? Run off from surrounding properties is causing serious drainage problems that carries into our pool.
Mar 15, 2016
Depending on the severity of the runoff you might want to contact a Civil Engineer. As an engineer myself, with a specialty in drainage and hydrologythere are many issue to consider when dealing with ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 3, 2015
In Georgia a wall retaining over 48" grade requires an engineers stamp. You might consider terracing and have two or more lower retaining walls. Be aware of hydrostatic pressure and provide adequate w ... read more

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