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Mr. Roof Nashville

Making Customers Smile Since 1962! Mr. Roof started as a small, family-owned business serving homes in Ann Arbor. Since then we have grown our company to Cincinnati, Grand Rapids, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, and Raleigh. We have become one of the largest residential roofers in the country, and have the 2016 Residential Roofer of the Year award to back our service promise.

Mr. Roof pioneered the done in one day roof replacement and is a proud installer of the Thunder Guard Roofing System, which is backed with a lifetime guarantee on all labor and materials. If you decide to sell your home in the future, you can transfer the warranty to the new homeowner. With over 250,000 satisfied customers, you know Mr. Roof will always be there to help.

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We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.

Donald Burks answered:

Sep 12, 2016
We located in Hermitage, TN.  Same county (Davidson) as Nashville. There are  two sections we need to fill:  one is 17' x 6'.  The other is 9' x 8' See attached photos.  Obviously a small job, which m ... read more
We have 3 7-year old weeping willows that have suffered major tree damage. Should we try to restore them or start over?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
I highly recommend getting the opinion of a local arborist.  If you have trouble finding one check with your local tree nursery or Botanical Garden for a referral.  We have used one before and it was ... read more

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