Tradewind Communities, Inc.

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Frank W.

Review of Dr. Roof by

· Suwanee

The salesman would not quote what I wanted, I wanted him to include the replacing clearly damaged wood/window (the bottom of the window is rotted and falls apart - due to previous 'patching work) and he continued to quote these would be addressed/patched as needed. Been down that road beforeI had t... more

Elizabeth K.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Canton

Chris was very knowledgable and made the process easy. He arrived on time and kept his word. Two things that are hard to find these days. The crew arrived before dawn and didn't stop until the roof was complete. It was done in one day.They all went above and beyond. We will be a faithful customer to... more

Matt B.

Review of Engineered Solutions of Georgia by

· Smyrna

Excellent service from beginning to end. Hands down the best experience I've ever had with a contractor.

Basil R.

Review of 404-CUT-TREE by

· Atlanta

Cut Tree did a great job! They protected the other trees and shrubs in close vicinity while bringing down a fairly large tree. I would use them again without a doubt!

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Jan 14, 2015
Hello Zack, As a painting company with a few thousand interior painting projects under our belt we've had a couple drops of paint on carpeting over the years. We take two courses of action: 1. We star ... read more
I am considering placing a pool in my back yard. What should I know before i begin this process?
Aug 14, 2014
You should decide if you want above ground or in-ground.  If you decide to go with in-ground, you should do some research on vinyl liner compared with concrete.  :-)  Good Luck!

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