Led by experienced builders Craig Render and Tony Robinson, the experts at ATL Contracting breathe new life into existing living spaces. Contractors perform services like domestic magicians, making an unwanted kitchen wall disappear to give a room better flow or conjuring a backyard fence for increased privacy. Teams can re-imagine drab existing exteriors in smooth lines and fresh colors, or piece together an ideal kitchen or bathroom with each piece of textured tile. ATL Contracting can also restyle basements with the intimate lighting and fuzzy carpet ideal for a movie night or grazing rocking horses.
It's Leaking Again's technicians are certified by ShingleMaster and skilled in all things roofing, from basic repairs to new construction. They work with Owens Corning roofing products, whether they're replacing worn-out shingles, fixing some old flashing, or laying out the Santa traps. They even offer 24-hour emergency repair services for when your roof springs a leak in the night.
John Ingram stands outside a newly renovated house, inspecting all aspects of its new additions. The skilled craftsman's 30 years of experience inform each job his crew works on, and his astute attention to detail calls upon him to ensure every repair made by his company's expert techs is top-notch. He and his crew scale houses to freshen up gutters or roofing or free house exteriors of rotting wood with wood replacements. They also pressure wash siding, giving houses a good scrub down to expel built-up dirt and their self-painted "help me" graffiti.
The nearby town of Helen imagines the Appalachians as Alps. The quaint, Bavarian-style town is lined with cobblestone alleys and timber frame cottages. Helen’s schedule of festivals and events celebrates the mountain landscape with vineyard tours, trout-fishing competitions, and birding trips. One of the most popular traditions is the annual Helen to the Atlantic Balloon Race, which fills the skies with myriad multicolored floats. There's also plenty of outdoor scenery to enjoy in the surrounding Chattahoochee National Forest. The Appalachian Trail passes near Helen, and it comes alive every spring with thru-hikers attempting the entire 2,180-mile journey without the assistance of GPS or a st. bernard. By Memorial Day, the Chattahoochee River warms up and becomes a bona fide lazy river traversed by weekenders on inner tubes.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
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.