What To Do If You have Atlas Chalet Shingles on Your Roof

A recent article on Fox Atlanta has raised the alarm among homeowners across Georgia.

If your home incurs storm damage and your roof is clad in Atlas Chalet shingles, you’d better hope the damage is severe enough to warrant a roof replacement. Otherwise, you could end up footing the entire bill for a new roof!

Why? Atlas Chalet shingles, installed on thousands of homes in Georgia between 1999 and 2010, have come under allegations that they prematurely crack, blister, and fail. As a result, Atlas Chalet shingles are no longer being manufactured.

No Shingle Availability Means No Roof Repair

Problem is, there is no suitably sized replacement for the Atlas Chalet shingle. That means that if a few shingles on your roof are damaged during a storm, they can’t be replaced. That leaves a full roof replacement as the only option.

David Fairbanks, President of Athens Roof Tech, explains that “If you can’t replace the shingles, the only alternative is to replace the roof, otherwise the homeowner is at risk. It’s not the homeowner’s fault that these materials aren’t available anymore.”

What Will Your Roof Insurance Company Cover?

If your roof is covered by Allstate, you may want to reconsider.

According to the news report, an Allstate spokesman claims that the company is not responsible for replacing an entire roof, even though replacement shingles are no longer available.

“We evaluate roofs with Atlas Chalet shingles in the same manner we do roofs with any other shingles. In cases where a roof replacement was warranted, we will pay for the roof to be repaired. In cases where a repair is warranted, we will pay for the roof to be repaired.”

That’s quite a catch-22, so be sure to check what your plan will cover if you have Atlas Chalet shingles. Other insurance companies have stood by their customers, covering the entire roof if necessary.

Do I have Atlas Chalet Shingles?

Whether your home was $150K or $1M, if it was constructed between 1999 and 2010, here is a good chance that the builder installed Atlas Chalet shingles on your roof. They were designed to look like expensive architectural shingles without the high cost, so they were used on tens of thousands of Georgia houses.

Taking the First Step

The first step is to determine if you have these Atlas Chalet shingles. Give us a call at (706) 424-4389 for a free review.

If we find that you do have these shingles, we advise contacting your insurance company to determine how your insurance will handle storm damage of all proportions.

Image via Lucey Law Firm.

Atlas Chalet shingles

Are You Legally Protected from Roofing Accidents at Your Home?

Roof replacements are a risky business, and if your roofers aren’t taking the right precautions — or have the right insurance — that could spell trouble for you.

Local and national news networks have recently reported a number of deadly roofing accidents, and the government is cracking down. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, better known as OSHA, has been cracking down and fining roofers large sums for safety violations.

In California, OSHA is raising awareness and increasing on-site hazard inspections of everything from safety hooks and railings to overheating and electrocution hazards.

“Roofing operations are inherently risky and worker safety is paramount. Employers must have strong safety programs in place that include appropriate equipment and training to prevent injuries on the job,” said Christine Baker, Director of the Department of Industrial Relations, which oversees OSHA in California.

Lesser known is that homeowners can be held liable for accidents if the roofer does not have proper workers’ compensation coverage.

Protect Yourself with Insured Roofers

As we noted in an earlier post, “Without workers’ compensation, the owner is liable! If someone at a roof company without worker’s comp falls off your roof, chances are you’ll see them in court, looking for money.”

Thanks to our work with large organizations like the University of Georgia, Athens Roof Tech is actually over-insured when it comes to working on your roof. We also abide by all regulations and best practices when it comes to our job. Safety first!

So before you make a decision about choosing a roofer, particularly if you’re considering a dramatically lower bid than any others you requested, make sure to get documentation of worker’s comp insurance. Follow up with a call to that company’s recorded issuing insurance agency to double check.

Before you make a hire, help yourself by asking these 7 questions to help you choose a qualified roofer.

If you have any questions for us, or are ready to receive your free estimate, please get in touch today!

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Installing TPO Roofing for Pike Electric in Monroe, GA

The team at Pike Electric called Athens Roof Tech when they began experiencing extensive leaks in their main office building in Monroe, Georgia. Roof penetrations were found around an internal gutter created when Pike Electric added on to its original office building.

Offering Honesty & Proficiency

Pike had trouble finding a roofer in which they felt confident to resolve the problem. Many roofing contractors actually declined the job, stating that they were not interested because they didn’t know how to begin the repair. Other roofers quoted high prices hoping to first get the job and then figure something out.

Building a Recovery System

Both Pike Electric office buildings are metal Butler buildings, and we installed TPO roofing with a 60 mil membrane and new gutters. This system is often referred to as a recovery system. in order to give us a substrate to attach the TPO, we installed a new deck over the existing roof.

Delivering a Customized Solution

Generally, we would install insulation over a Butler building, and then install TPO roofing. In this application, however, we installed new wood decking because of the profile of the Butler building metal roof panels.

The screws used originally would have damaged our TPO roofing, so wood decking was the better choice. We completely eliminated the internal gutter — and potential leakage — by making two roofs one.

If you have a tough roofing job that no one seems capable of fixing, don’t panic! Just give us a call. We’ve got the experience and expertise to get the job done right the first time, and we offer free estimates!

Pike Electric roofing in Monroe, GA

The Personal Touch Beats Viirt Every Time

The sky’s the limit for the roofing industry, literally. A startup called Viirt recently raised $900k to fund its effort to estimate roof replacement costs and manage projects by accessing satellite imagery. We congratulate their job-creating efforts, but wanted to compare their approach to ours.

The goal of Viirt is to save time and money, but does this big eye-in-the-sky approach to roofing truly benefit the customer?

Images Miss the Big Picture

Technology is a key component of the roofing industry, and we consider ourselves leaders in applying technology to benefit our customers. But an over-reliance on technology can have a lot of drawbacks, and end up costing customers big.

Unfortunately, how technology is used by companies like Viirt removes the true roofing experts from ever examining the actual structure, and downplays the importance of building trusting, personal relationship with owners.

On-site Roofing Inspections Are Critical

An image-only approach to roof estimates overlooks the critical information gained from a highly-trained roofing professional walking the roof, measuring it, examining the structure, and talking with the homeowner. This sort of comprehensive, on-site information is far more important to the roof replacement process than how the roof looks from space.

For example, when we walk a roof as part of a free inspection, we can identify soft spots. These soft spots could indicate improper thickness of roof sheathing or improper rafter spacing, which could be an engineering issue. We may find a new roof may not even be necessary. It’s possible that shoring up framing, adding new decking material, or just repairing a leak will do the trick.

Of course, none of those issues can be seen from space.

A Cheaper Roof — But at What Cost?

The trouble with aerial estimation is that any computer savvy person can then create an estimate, even if he or she has no roofing knowledge or experience. The company then subcontracts out the actual work at a low price, and homeowners understandably believe they’ve got a quality roof. But roofs can be deceiving.

Unfortunately, homeowners are all too often left holding the bag (or drip bucket, in this case). The roofing industry is being bombarded by untrained, inexperienced, and cheap roofing companies that put on a nice shirt and tout the latest technologies, but don’t know the fundamentals of quality materials and roofing installation techniques. This knowledge and experience gap can lead to costly problems for homeowners over time.

There’s No Place Like Home

When it comes to roofing estimations, nothing can replace a physical site visit and a conversation with the owner. Doing so enables us to get a personal feel for each project, devise a tailored plan, and answer any and all questions.

Roof replacements and repairs will never be “cookie cutter” processes. We’ve seen competitors come and go, but we’re from here and plan on being here for many years to come. We still believe in small town USA, and think our relationships with clients is far more important than trying to save a trip out to meet them at their home. Our clients aren’t just another number.

Feel free to learn more about why Athens is the heart of our business, and please call us at (706) 424-4389 if you have any questions!

Athens roofing with a personal touch

Sun Tunnels Bring More Than Light Into Your Home

Winter is finally in the rearview mirror. Doesn’t all that natural light feel great? It may be time to install a sun tunnel in your roof to reap the benefits of bringing natural light inside your home year-round. You may be surprised to learn just how affordable it is to install a sun tunnel, and how big a difference they can make.

The Proven Health Benefits of Natural Light

The benefits of a sun tunnel go well beyond making your home look its best. Recent research suggests a clear link between natural light and health, and further that natural light improves sleep, physical activity, and quality of life. Indeed, the benefits of natural light are myriad, improving everything from test scores to shopping experiences.

What Are Sun Tunnels?

Sun tunnels are sun-collecting domes installed on your roof that can be redirected in your attic, through your ceilings, and into your home. Plus, through the magic of mirrors, sun tunnels can even turn corners, ensuring the darkest corners of your home are illuminated with the brilliance of sunlight.

Take a look at the dramatic difference between a laundry room before and after the installation of a sun tunnel:

Sun tunnel before & after

Affordable Sun Tunnel Options

Sun tunnels come in both flexible and rigid varieties. There are numerous options available to fit your needs. Here are a few examples, courtesy of our friends at Veluxusa.com, a leading manufacturer of sun tunnels. You can click the image for more information about these options:

Sun tunnel options

Expert Roofers Keep Sun Tunnel Installation Costs Down

Installing a sun tunnel may seem like a big deal, and it may be for some contractors who are less familiar with leak prevention than professional roofers are.

At Athens Roof Tech, we install sun tunnels affordably and safely, since working with roofs is something we do every single day. We know how to keep water out, and bring light in!

If you’re interested in a quote to install a sun tunnel in your home, please just contact us or give us a ring at (706) 424-4389.

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Client Spotlight: Nat Carmack and BOS Staffing

We recently completed a flat roofing project for BOS Staffing, an Athens-founded and Georgia-based recruitment agency, with offices here on West Broad.

It wasn’t our first time working with BOS Staffing, and because we love the BOS Staffing family and what they do for the local labor force, we wanted to put a spotlight on their work. BOS Staffing was founded as Business Office Services in 1979, and in our interview with co-owner Nat Carmack, we got to know the evolution of the award-winning BOS Staffing firsthand.

In your own words, what is BOS Staffing and what does the company do?

BOS Staffing is a full service recruiting firm. We work for a variety of clients to recruit anyone including administrative and clerical associates, bookkeepers, legal secretaries, finance associates, IT programmers and technicians, call center representatives, distribution specialists, and manufacturing technicians.

We also have a medical staffing division that provides both front and back office support to physician offices, clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes. This includes RNs, LPNs, MAs, medical billing, and reception. Assignments may be long-term or per-diem.

We work for the companies that hire us to recruit employees to work at their businesses, so there is never a fee for an applicant.

What is your company mission?

BOS Staffing will set the standard for excellence in the staffing industry. BOS will be a dynamic, growing business organization focused on surpassing our customers’ and employees’ needs and expectations. Our service to our community has several dimensions – serving the businesses of our community, improving the employment circumstances of our applicants, and aiding in the economic development of our community.

We will continue to be successful in this mission by applying these guiding principles:

  • Hiring and developing staff members of the highest caliber who will be loyal and dedicated.
  • Using our organization’s combined talents to provide excellent service and satisfaction to both our business customers and our employee customers.
  • Strive to be innovative, creative, and outstanding in everything that we attempt.
  • Provide a role model for others to follow by conducting all business affairs on high moral and ethical standards.

How did the company’s focus evolve from clerical services to staffing solutions?

The evolution was natural: we’ve followed as the industry matured. In the 1970s the demand was still only for clerical positions. As business practices changed, businesses have accepted that our services can benefit them throughout their organization.

How would you describe your company’s culture?

Ours is a small business, without rigid structures or lines of authority. Everyone learns how the entire business operates, and is able to assist on many fronts. The owners are directly involved daily and available to respond if needed.

Our customers benefit by what we call “local decision-making.” Because the owners are so actively involved, we don’t have multiple levels of bureaucracy to work through to get decisions.

Where do you see the company in 5, 10, 20 years?

The world changes too fast to believe that we can have five year plans much less ten or twenty years. Five years ago we would not have believed how much we’ve grown, including adding our office in Gainesville or the growth we’ve experienced in our medical division.

We continue to position ourselves to provide the best recruiters to serve our clients. We are continually improving the training and education that we provide to our staff to make them better able to serve the companies in our markets.

How does the Staffing Assessment Center work?

The BOS Staffing Assessment Center is one tool that we use in validating the skills of our applicants for our clients. We have dozens of nationally validated assessments that cover nearly every software package used in businesses, programming languages, or skill sets required in businesses.

We encourage our clients to set a “benchmark” by letting us test one of their current “A-player” employees. We can then use those scores for comparison when screening applicants for the client.

Do you do anything in the community that goes above and beyond your services, like fundraising or community service?

Our team is actively involved in the community in many aspects including Cub Scout Cubmaster, Girl Scout Troop Leader, PTA leaders, and church leaders in our community.

Nathan and Nat Carmack are active Rotarians in Athens. Nathan was President of the Athens Rotary Club and later District Governor of District 6910 covering most of North Georgia Rotary. Nat served six terms on the Board of Directors and three terms as Treasurer for the club.

BOS Staffing sponsors 5k races that include Kid’s Fun Runs at Timothy Road Elementary and Barrow County Schools. We are a corporate sponsor of the Northeast Georgia Red Cross including their 5k and Annual Heroes Breakfast.

This year BOS Staffing was the Presenting Sponsor of the “Hunt for Hope” to support the battle against breast cancer.

What sort of businesses should contact you?

Any business that needs to hire an employee now or in the future should contact us. Using a recruiting service frees that business owner, manager or hiring authority to focus their efforts on their primary business, whatever that might be. Our recruiters are experts, trained in the skills of recruiting and we perform that task on a daily basis for our clients.

Just like most business owners use specialists to prepare their corporate tax returns or repair their company vehicles, they should also use a specialist to recruit their employees. Additionally, the temp-to-hire method allows them to try out those employees before they make long-term commitments.

Your website mentions that BOS Staffing is a family-owned business. Who started the company, and how did it come to be?

The owners have deep roots in Athens and UGA. Nathan Carmack came to UGA, met a local girl and settled down in Athens to build his life. Nat Carmack was born in Athens and graduated from UGA. He joined the business in 2002.

Our company was founded in 1979 by Nathan Carmack as Business Office Services. At that time, we were focused on providing temporary clerical services. Over the years, this expanded to include a much wider range of placements and the name was changed to BOS Temporaries.

As we shifted from strictly temporary to more “temp-to-hire” placements, we changed the name to BOS Staffing. Temp-to-Hire is the overwhelming majority of what we do today. Providing recruiting services for employers who try out employees on a temporary basis before taking them on permanently.

This method of hiring greatly reduces their risk in hiring by test-driving that employment relationship before making a permanent commitment. Hiring Managers can get a much clearer understanding of a person’s skills and temperament by working with them first without commitment. The traditional interview simply does not give the insight gained from working alongside someone for a period of time.

Your site is more than just information; it’s actually a sort of software application. How do employers and employees use it?

Our site is intended to a tool both for hiring managers as well as applicants. Our blog covers a wide variety of topics in the hiring and employment areas with articles both for the employer and the employee.

Additionally, it provides a list of some of our current openings that we are recruiting for. These openings can be applied for directly online.

The Webcenter portal gives employees and clients access to submit/approve timecards, view paychecks or invoices and print a variety of reports relevant to their business.

BOS Staffing Inc 5000 AwardYou were named to the Inc 5000 for three consecutive years. Congratulations! What did that mean to your team, and did anything change?

I don’t believe this has changed us. Its just an acknowledgement of the team’s hard work. We have been successful at maintaining our quality in service through this time of tremendous growth. We look forward to continuing to meet the challenge of providing the same level of recruiting as we grow in the future.

You were rated the top staffing company—congrats again! What makes BOS different from competitors?

Our Recruiters are the difference. BOS Staffing Recruiters are Certified Staffing Specialists® by the American Staffing Association.

Staffing professionals make decisions every day that could ensnare their companies, their customers, and themselves in costly legal entanglements. CSP certification programs help minimize legal risks and protect employee rights.

The Certified Staffing Professional program reviews the myriad employment laws and rules. Understanding these fundamentals reduces the risk of legal liability for employment law violations by both our company and our customers.

Topics include:

  • Equal employment opportunity laws
  • Wrongful discharge
  • Wage and hour laws
  • Employment agreements
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act
  • Substance abuse and drug testing
  • Pre-employment process
  • How to reduce employment related claims
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Co-employment
  • ASA code of ethics and good practices

How did you learn about Athens Roof Tech?

In preparing to have the roof on our home replaced in anticipation of a sale, I found Athens Roof Tech during an internet search.

Brad was very knowledgeable and informative during the sales process, the price was very fair and their references were positive, so I gave them the first job.

How would you describe your experience with Athens Roof Tech?

Their work on our home was great. The Roof Tech crew was friendly, quick, and did a great job of cleaning up afterward. Brad was quick to follow-up afterward when we had questions.

Since then, the Roof Tech crew has replaced the roofs on two more of our family’s homes and part of the roof on our business. We’ve always been pleased with the work done. Brad is quick to help and answer questions for us. The crews are always friendly and leave the worksite in good condition when they leave. We would have no hesitance in using Roof Tech again.


If you’re interested in what BOS Staffing can do for you, start searching for jobs or find a new hire! For more local work by Athens Roof Tech, check out the team’s other commercial projects or drop us a line.

BOS Staffing Athens GA

Metal Roofing on a Modern Farmhouse in Watkinsville, GA

Last fall, homeowners in Watkinsville, Georgia decided to make an addition to their modern farmhouse, and hired the Roof Tech team to install metal roofing to protect the new construction.

Our customers also requested that we install three skylights, which require extra protection from leakage, and must be carefully tied into metal roofing. We used skylight flashing kits specific to the chosen skylights, and closely followed installation instructions for the specialty flashing.

To seamlessly incorporate the home addition with the older construction, we used black metal roof panels to match the existing metal roofing system.

Working Effectively Amid Moving Parts

Because this was new construction and not a re-roofing job, our team worked alongside other subcontractors who were already underway on other projects. When multiple subcontractors work simultaneously, workers are often right on top of each other.

This can cause confusion and delays, but thanks to decades of experience, we knew what to do.

Coordinating a Successful Build

To get the job done right, we coordinated each step of installation to effectively coincide with other ongoing projects.

Before the siding crew could place siding, we had to install the wall flashing, and could continue the roof installation only after the siding was in place. We worked with General Contractor Andrew Malec and his friendly crew at Timberlane Design and Construction to follow through on the project with minimal interruptions.

Check out our blog if you’d like to find out more about residential roofing in general, or metal roofing in particular. Then feel free to call us at (706) 424-4389 or get a free estimate for your roofing project!


Flat Roofing for BOS Staffing in Downtown Athens, GA

Earlier in 2014, BOS Staffing in Downtown Athens, GA, contacted us about significant active leaks in the flat roofing over their warehouse. The owners of the facility are repeat customers of ours, so we were moving from roofing their homes to roofing their business.

When we went out to inspect the source of the leaks, we learned that previous roofers had made many repairs over the years, including several attempts to layer over existing roofs. We had our work cut out for us!

The Roofing Challenge

The various roofing layers were made of metal, modified bitumen, and shingles. Shingles are not a viable option for a flat commercial roof, but a previous contractor had used them to try to cover over a metal and bitumen roof.

On top of the multiple layers of roofing, improper installation and techniques had created a major problem. Shoddy workmanship and stopgap measures ensured structural vulnerabilities, and allowed moisture to get through the roofing materials. We found a lot of of rotten decking, many rotten rafters, and damage to the insulated ceiling.

The Roof Tech Solution

The roof on the BOS Staffing warehouse had to be completely torn off. We replaced all materials down to the decking and rafters, as you can see in the pictures below.

We installed a new 60 mil TPO flat roof, but had to tie it into the existing standing seam roof, which was a major portion of the job. Now it’s properly installed, structurally sound, efficient, and fully functional. BOS Staffing found us on our website, so get in touch with us through our contact form! To learn more about flat roofs and what we can do for your business, check out our commercial roofing resources.


Getting to Know David Bryan of Athens’ King Post Construction

Here at Athens Roof Tech, we are proud to be what you might call the “official roofer” for King Post Construction based in Athens, GA. Founded by David Bryan, King Post identifies and rehabilitates “character” properties around Athens. David’s partner company, Palace Real Estate, manages the acquisition, rentals, and sales side of his growing real estate portfolio.

David’s projects provide housing for Athenians seeking modern amenities without having to sacrifice architectural charm. Over the years, he’s found that many locals would prefer to reside in the walkable neighborhoods that King Post is helping to resurrect, rather than rent space in new towers.

We’ve worked on numerous projects together, but David recently hired us to install two new metal roofs on Athens’ First St., and ‘tis the season for giving thanks, so we’d like to honor the good work done by David and his team at King Post Construction. David is a great friend, family man, businessman, and a true leading son of Athens, so we conducted an interview to introduce him to our awesome community.

Getting to Know David Bryan

After growing up in Indiana, David moved to Georgia and graduated from UGA in 1998 with a Bachelor’s in — you guessed it — art!

When asked how his interest in art led to a successful construction company, David has a ready answer: “I have always enjoyed working with my hands. I have a passion for art and aesthetics, and take pride in our tangible results. I think our clients really appreciate having that eye in the design phase; they have confidence that we understand their vision and can bring it to life.”

Here’s more from our interview with David:

How did you get started?

David Bryan: During college, I worked construction jobs to help pay the bills. I picked up some valuable skill sets, like carpentry, framing, trim, deck construction, all building the foundation for becoming the licensed General Contractor I am now. I started doing construction work in 2003, and in 2005 I struck out and started King Post Construction.

What makes you different?

I liked construction, but working with a bigger company meant less client engagement, and more time away from the actual construction work. As I mentioned, I like working with my hands, and I like clients knowing I’m out there working on their projects. That’s a bit more rare, to have a construction company that can have one experienced point person from start to finish, guiding the client through the process from design to build.

I think that brings extra value to our customers and sets us apart. That’s why I started King Post Construction.

What’s your goal for King Post?

We’re at a size now where we can handle both large projects and small without a lot of overhead, and without losing that important connection with the client. So we’re competitively priced without compromising quality. I’d like to keep growing our portfolio, but not so fast as to risk that balance, which is why I decided to ‘do my own thing’ to begin with.

How do you select a project?

The numbers have to work, of course — we consider the investment and the potential return — but the selection process is really more focused on where I feel comfortable, what appeals to me aesthetically. Occasionally even if the numbers work I’ll still walk away if I’m not inspired. I love houses that have character and integrity that we can preserve but update to modern standards.

Our Old Mill Homes project on Arch St. is a great example; we might move some walls to update the floor plan, but we used original bead wood and other refurbishable gems to stay in keeping with the original intent.

What does what you do mean to you?

Providing for my family is of course paramount, and it’s also very encouraging to think about the number of people in the community earning money from these projects. Beyond that, though, it’s rewarding to be able to physically see the improvements we’re making to older houses in need of some love. Typically the houses have been vacant or barely hospitable.

They’re a drag on their street, and fixing them up is good for the neighborhood and good for the county’s tax base.

How do people hear about you?

I like to think we do high-quality work at a fair price, and deliver on time. Over the years that’s lead to a lot of referral work for home renovations and construction, and for that we’re incredibly grateful. Folks looking to rent one of our own refurbished houses either see our signs or find us on Craigslist.

People can also always contact me at kingpostbuilt(at)gmail.com or (706) 215-5053. Look forward to hearing from anyone interested in learning more!

King Post Construction



King Post Construction Athens GA

Metal Roofing Redevelopment on Athens’ First Street

We loved this dual residential metal roofing job in Athens, not least because it allowed us to once again work alongside David Bryan of KingPost Construction. We’re proud that David relies on our professional, speedy installs to keep his restoration projects on budget and completed properly the first time.

Restoring Athens through Real Estate Rehabilitation

David transforms dilapidated buildings around Athens from leaking eyesores to well-built, watertight projects. His redevelopment process helps restore older, character-rich homes to quality, modern standards.

These particular bungalow-style houses on First Street in Athens had character to spare, and are optimally-located between the North Oconee River and the East Athens Community Park. However, returning these properties to their former glory required a major overhaul.

Metal Roofing Shines on Athens Historic First Street

When David called on us to install new metal roofing on his two First Street properties, we were happy to comply. As noted in our recent post, which roofing system is better, we are big advocates of metal roofing if the project is right. In this case, the metal roofing added aesthetic appeal while ensuring decades of protection from the elements. That extra protection means a great deal to both the resident and the developer looking to protect his/her investment over time.

Project Details

For this project, we installed GalvalumeⓇ metal panels on 1×4’ lumber directly over the existing shingled roof system, saving time and money while reducing waste. Though the houses are close together and close to the street, we were able to properly install the metal roofs without a hitch.

The finished project looks great, and we again thank David for trusting us with his Athens redevelopment projects. We look forward to the next project with KingPost Construction!

Athens Roof Tech, LLC, Roofing Contractors, Watkinsville, GA