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1.Reliable Roofing Construction & Repair Service Inc
399 Haywood Ln
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Horrible business practice... we were given date after date after date about when the job would be done but they never showed, never called. Gutters leaked from the day they were installed! Called f
2.Middle Tennessee Roofing Company Inc
4024 Stewarts Ln
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They fixed my dads roof. They accepted his insurance and did a timely job. They seemed to be very knowledgable.
3.Perry Roofing Company
3428 Harding Road Ct
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4.ABCO Roofing Company
3730 Dickerson Pike
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5.Mike Ragan Roofing and Sheet Metal
700 42nd Ave N
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6.Maynard Construction and Roofing
210 Peachtree St
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Very positive experience with them. They replaced, cleaned, and added screens to our gutters. The price was reasonable and they were easy to work with. Reliable.
3730 Dickerson Pike
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Since our establishment began in 1985, ABCO Roofing has been owned and operated by Wayne Rankhorn. He has strived over the years to provide a treat-you-like-family atmosphere for both his employees an
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