1st National Roofing

1st National Roofing, LLC is proud to provide quality roof installations in the Atlanta, Georgia area, but we also serve the surrounding cities. You can trust that your roof is in good hands when our highly-trained staff takes on your project. Show more

1st National Roofing, LLC is proud to provide quality roof installations in the Atlanta, Georgia area, but we also serve the surrounding cities. You can trust that your roof is in good hands when our highly-trained staff takes on your project.

From the moment you call 1st National Roofing, you will find our staff to be courteous and respectful, and we will go the extra mile to make you a very satisfied customer. We will make every effort to keep your property clean and free of debris, and will do a thorough cleaning of any project related materials prior to our departure.
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Bryan T.

Review of Atlanta's Best Roofing & Restoration by

· Cumming

They did a great job.

Faye H.

Review of The Orchards Group by

· Buford

I would never purchase, again, property from the Orchards Group. They are not doing the things they promised and are constantly delaying things that need attention. The walk thru prior to closing is a joke. They did not doanything.

Dan P.

Review of HMC Builders by

· Clemson

I will always use HMC because of there craftsmanship

Sue L.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Jasper

Shane was the primary person that I dealt with; he had excellent customer service skills, and helped walk me through the insurance claims process, as well as arranged all the work that needed to be done in a very professional way.

How can I build a deck?
Mar 15, 2016
ConsultĀ a professional. Whether it's 12" or 12' off the ground there are too many safety and code issues for the average homeowner to tackle. Better to do it right than to regret it later.
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Feb 16, 2016
We like to use a sanded caulk that matches the grout for that seam between the countertop and backsplash. The flexibility of the caulk allows it to expand and contract without cracking out like normal ... read more

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