Gentry Construction

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Jonathan S.

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· Atlanta

Artisans of Atlanta did everything they said they'd do, at the price they quoted, and when they said they'd do it. They communicate very well, take and return calls in a timely manner and are very considerate and friendly on site. The end results look great and they were very open to home-owner desi... more

Shawnna P.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Johns Creek

Our roofing experience with Findlay Roofing from start to finish was courteous and professional. They kept in constant contact with us during the entire process and answered any questions we had. They arrived when promised and did the job in the promised time with the exception of a problem they c... more


Review of Romanoff Renovations by

· Douglasville

The company was very professional. The guys were very communicative, they talked to me about the project, and they covered my floors when they entered. They always cleaned up afterwards. I appreciated that I could leave to go to doctor's appointments and leave them at my house, without any worries t... more

Joan B.

Review of Champion Windows of Atlanta by

· Cartersville

I was happy to get it done!

how can I leave a review on this sight about a bogus contractor?

Geoff Graham of GuildQuality PRO answered:

Jun 4, 2015
If the company is a Guildmember, you should be able to submit a review in the bottom right-hand corner of their profile page. For companies that are not Guildmembers, we don't presently accept reviews ... read more
Is there any tree like Leyland cypress but the height should not be more than 15 feet?
Apr 9, 2015
Try a dwarf arborvitae. They look similar but don't attain the height of a leyland cypress. 

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