U.S. Home Pro

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Ronnie K.

Review of Atlanta Design and Build by

· Marietta

This is the third time they have worked for us. We have been satisfied with them. They have been responsive. They resolve the few problems we have had. They are remarkable. They pay attention to you, they listen, and they are always willing to fix any problems.

Craig R.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Marietta

The weather was horrible but the crew worked under adverse conditions and they got the job done on time. Completely satisfied.

Reed M.

Review of Atlanta Roofing Specialists by

· Stone Mountain

The roof itself and the materials and quality is great. I love my new roof. However, they left nails on the ground so I had flat tires. I called the Company and never got a response regarding the nails. Everything was fast and they did a great job. On the clean up, they didn't do as they should... more

Rod S.

Review of EXOVATIONS by

· Dallas

Overall I am very pleased with the final product. There are several houses in Atlanta that have my design. But this is the first one I have ever seen with a porch,and new roof that looks like mine. Myself and my neighbors revery impressed with it's curb appeal. Yes there were some issues, but Exovat... more

What should homeowners be asking a contractor before making a hiring decision?
Jul 11, 2017
Nobody mentioned the most important one: Will you provide a written Contract? What is your contracting (not business) icense number? Having and active State license answers many other questions, like ... 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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