Cherokee Roofing & Home Restoration's workers don't chase storms, but they do clean up afterward them. They spend a lot of time providing free storm-damage inspections and estimates, and communicating with insurance companies. When it comes time to perform the repairs, they hit the top of their game, with one-day roof, siding, and gutter installations. They even install new windows and paint new siding.
The technicians' skills aren't just on display in the speed and quality of their work, though. They also give expert advice on the tangential matters of roofing, advising homeowners on how a light shade of shingle can make their house seem bigger from outside, while a dark shade will make it feel shorter.
N.M.E. Builders & Designers' licensed contractors and builders tackle nearly any construction or remodeling task, from repairing a storm-damaged roof to redesigning a new home from the ground up. Specialists let light into living spaces while cutting down on energy costs with new-window installations; protect fa?ades against the elements with siding installation; and add professionally crafted decks, garage doors, gutters, and extra rooms to existing structures.
Driven by a mission to always "go where the need is the greatest," Storm Team Construction's owner Chad Simkins has worked in nearly every position of his company—from clean-up crew to roof patching to coordinating with insurance companies. He draws from this experience to lead a team of home-improvement professionals across Georgia, South Carolina, and Ohio. Bonded and insured in each state, these contractors dive into regions affected by heavy storms, lending their expertise to inspect and repair damaged roofs. They supplement this service with siding installation and gutter work, and even help clients deal with insurance companies through the entire claims process.
For 30 years, the home-improvement contractors at Columbia Exteriors have been installing quality windows, doors, roofing, and siding that beautify homes and bolster energy efficiency. The airtight, insulated chambers of new windows trap in escaping heat, and shingled roofing materials keep out the elements. Technicians can also robe exteriors in soffit siding or fascia roof coverings that help prevent damage by covering any gaps that could collect water.