Georgia Home Construction, Inc.

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David O.

Review of Taylor Construction by

· Cartersville

We replaced all of our windows, doors, and siding for insurance purposes on our home. Now, there is no air escaping and the house stays comfortable. Everything Taylor Construction did on our home was great! They fixed things around the house that was not a part of the project, but could have been da... more

Jennifer J.

Review of EXOVATIONS by

· Roswell

We received quotes from several vendors when considering our exterior home renovation project. Exovations was the only provider that could deliver all the pieces of the project that we wanted. They were reasonably priced and very professional throughout the entire process. In all we replaced all... more

Charles B.

Review of Siding Unlimited Inc. by

· Woodstock

We are totally happy with everything.

Paul Y.

Review of North Georgia Replacement Windows by

· Cumming

The company was on time, professional and handled any issues in a timely manner. They made sure everything was done right before they asked for any money.

When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 29, 2016
The short answer is the percentage of ROI varies by region but, kitchen and bathroom upgrades including new cabinets and countertops always top the list. From there it depends a lot on the house, it's ... read more
The roof and foundation of my house needs to be fixed. If I get the roof done first because it is leaking, will it be affected when the foundation is fixed?

Michael Friedlander of Dr. Roof PRO answered:

Nov 18, 2015
We suggest addressing your foundation issues first. Everything rests on your foundation. Even the slightest movement may affect everything above. Before you invest in a new roof, be sure your foundati ... read more

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