Stone Mountain Roofing

Stone Mountain Roofing

12 Ratings

Stone Mountain Roofing

Stone Mountain Roofing is well established restoration contractor serving Metro Atlanta area. We combine construction and insurance claim experience that make your storm damage recovery process fast and smooth. We have multiple accreditations and reviews. Show more

Stone Mountain Roofing is well established restoration contractor serving Metro Atlanta area. We combine construction and insurance claim experience that make your storm damage recovery process fast and smooth. We have multiple accreditations and reviews.

What We Do:

We assist homeowners with storm damage restoration and insurance claims. We can provide exterior and interior repairs as one stop shop.

We Will Help You Too!

Do you think your roof may have a storm damage or you have issues with your insurance company's estimate? We can inspect your roof and help you to go through the insurance claim process.
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Truc T.

Review of LeafGuard of North Georgia by

· Lawrenceville

For the money you are paying for the product and the way you are treated, it is not worth it.

Mitchell B.

Review of Premier Pools & Spas of Atlanta by

· Chatsworth

The pool looks awesome! We are very happy with it and the experience we had.

Ssg W.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Atlanta by

· Smyrna

A quality company that ensures attention to detail is paid. The professionalism and workmanship was unmatched. I only have one complaint and it was I could not use them for an additional project. I couldn't use them because of the conflict of interest clause. I recommend them to anyone that wants qu... more

Jorge B.

Review of Fresh Coat Painters of Marietta by

· Kennesaw

They were very professional and very efficient.

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. 
I am considering placing a pool in my back yard. What should I know before i begin this process?

John Ford answered:

Feb 17, 2014
Start by deciding if you'd like to have an above ground pool or below ground pool. There's gotta be a significant cost factor there I'd think.

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