Stacey
April 2, 2024

Roswell, GA April 2, 2024 – Peachtree Restorations announced today that it has been recognized as a 2023 3-Star President’s Club Awards winner. Each year, GAF, a Standard Industries company and North America’s largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer, selects the most elite roofing contractors certified by GAF to receive its prestigious GAF Master Elite® President’s Club Award. This annual recognition celebrates contractors who showcase exemplary efforts in high-quality service and leadership in the roofing industry across the country.

“Peachtree Restorations being recognized by the largest and most trusted brand in the roofing industry means the world to us. We strive every day to separate ourselves from the rest by providing unmatched service and combining that with GAF materials has been a perfect match. We are so grateful to be honored in this way and this prestigious award only motivates us more to maintain and exceed our own standards. I take great pride in saying that this award is shared and was earned by our entire team from the inspectors to the AR team and from the installers to the sales team. We would also like to take a moment to thank GAF for the consistent care shown to their/our clients by making quality materials that stand the test of time!” – Rafael Berrios, Director of Sales

“The GAF Master Elite® President’s Club Award is given to contractors each year who have distinguished themselves through their commitment to providing high quality of work and exemplary level of service to customers,” says Bobby Fischer, Vice President of Partner Programs at GAF. “Less than two percent of roofing contractors nationwide qualify for this award and it is a testament to the high standards they keep and dedication to their employees, customers, and community.”

GAF Master Elite® President’s Club Award winners are selected from an elite group of roofing contractors that must first demonstrate proper licensing (in states that require it), maintain insurance, a proven reputation, and a commitment to ongoing professional training. In addition, qualifying contractors must also have met the criteria to earn the designation of a GAF Master Elite® residential contractor.

About the Company:

Located in Roswell, Georgia, Peachtree Restorations is your local expert roofing contractor, providing high-quality roof replacements to the Greater Atlanta area. With over a decade of industry experience, we know what it takes to provide you with the right service you need to ensure your home looks exactly the way you want. 

About GAF

GAF, a Standard Industries company, is the leading roofing and waterproofing manufacturer in North America. For more than 135 years, GAF has been trusted to protect what matters most for families, communities and business owners with its innovative solutions and focus on customer service. GAF’s leadership extends to its commitment to making a positive impact on its communities, industry, and planet. Learn more at www.GAF.com. 

Erika
March 16, 2020

We’ve all heard the horror stories from family, friends, even coworkers about how they needed work done on their home, decided to go with the least expensive option and then paid greatly on the back side of the project. Roofing is no exception. There are always going to be misleading, corner cutting, untrustworthy, and ill equipped people in every industry who maybe are a smooth talker and present their discounted pricing as if everyone else is “just trying to steal from you”. The saying is: “You pay for what you get”. In roofing it’s no different. So here are sine tips to help you pick the best roofing company for your next project.

  1. Make sure the company is licensed, insured, registered with the BBB, having a well recognized certification within the industry (for example being GAF Master Elite) is a major bonus, and has a strong/good online presence (website, can be easily found online, home office is real and current working phone number, etc.).

  2. Reviews & references-look up reviews and ask for personal references of clients they-the person knocking on your door-has built (meaning they have worked from beginning to end with from this year). If they bulk at this or tell you they don’t have any readily available-red flag!

  3. Never let someone who knocks on your door just hop onto your roof. If they are not properly insured and fall/get hurt they can come after you to cover their medical expenses.

  4. If it sounds too good to be true-it probably is. As in if they are saying they can get you a “free new roof!” or “I can totally cover your deductible!”, “You can get your roof replaced through a class Action lawsuit!”-run away!

  5. If they are heavily pushing you to file a claim on the spot be weary. Ask them if they are providing you with a Public Adjuster to handle the claim process on their behalf. We’ve worked a lot with clients who were pressured into filing a claim and then were denied because it was not filed properly. You do not want that.

  6. If you’re not going through your insurance and just paying for a new roof out of pocket get a few quotes from equal level companies. Also, use your head. If most quotes are 10-12k and someone comes in with a quote for 5k this is not the time to be frugal-and be concerned how they are planning to cover your entire new roofing system at such a heavily discounted price. That money is coming off somewhere-Skill? Workmanship? Materials? Labor? Warranties? Quality?

There are a lot of great contractors and roofers out there, but just like any industry there are some who are doing it the wrong way, are very uneducated, and are trying to massively cut corners. We are happy to come by any of your homes and complete a complimentary, no obligation inspection. We have had a major storms rock all of Georgia this year, and waiting until you have a leak is a catastrophic mistake. Understand that having a new roofing system installed (the right way) will only increase your property value & the overall neighborhoods property value.

So what are you waiting for? Contact us today to schedule your roof inspection because you don’t know what you don’t know!

Katherine
May 27, 2017

When using the insurance services you hoped you would never need, the last thing you want to discover is an unpleasant surprise in your policy coverage.  How often do you read your insurance policy renewal?  I’ll wait…

For the average person who does not read their annual policy renewal in detail, you may want to at least start looking at your declarations page.  The declarations page, a summary of your coverage, will answer at least three important policy question we ask all of our clients:

1. Is my dwelling coverage RCV?

RCV stands for Replacement Cost Value and having this type of policy will ensure you receive the full replacement cost to repair any damages to your home.  Otherwise, be prepared to receive only a partial settlement as the insurance companies have adopted the practice of depreciating claims.  An ACV policy, or Actual Cash Value policy, will leave you with significantly less money to get the job done right.

2. Do I have ordinance or law coverage?

Ordinance or law provides for compliance with local building code.  It allows for important roofing system elements such as drip edge, starter shingles, and ridge cap shingles.  Typically, it is underwritten as 10% of the dwelling coverage.

3. What is my wind & hail deductible?

Often overlooked, the wind & hail deductible can vary significantly from the general dwelling deductible.  It’s always prudent to know this figure.  A deductible written as a percentage of your dwelling coverage could leave you wanting.  Imagine a 2% wind & hail deductible on a $500,000 dwelling coverage policy–you’re talking $10,000 your insurer won’t pony up.  Don’t let this be news to you.

There are myriad other policy provisions, endorsements, exclusions, and other boring insurance jargon that could severely hurt your claim.  It is strongly recommended to have someone with insurance expertise review your policy before you move forward with a claim.  A Peachtree Restorations project manager will be happy to study your policy and guide you in the right direction at a complimentary property evaluation.

Katherine
May 27, 2017
  • $1,400,000,000 – Estimated cost of damage
  • 315,400 – Residential homes affected
  • 28 minutes – Duration of hail fall
  • 2.75” – largest hail stone reported to the National Weather Service
  • 3 – Average number of times Denver residents repair or replace their roofs in one home
  • 179% – Increase in Colorado homeowners premiums from 1997 – 2013 [RMIAA]
  • 54% – Catastrophe-related homeowner’s insurance claims in Colorado
  • IV – The Underwriters Laboratory highest classification for impact resistance
  • 35% – Average savings on homeowners insurance premiums with Class IV shingle
  • $0 – Cost of upgrading to a Class IV shingle with Peachtree Restorations
  • 1 – Call away to schedule your complimentary inspection
  • (855) 448-7663 – Phone number you can call today to claim your FREE $1,500 class IV shingle upgrade before June 31st

The May 8th hail storm is estimated as the most catastrophic in Denver history.  This expensive cycle has repeated itself, making Colorado one of only 5 states where more than half of all claims are catastrophe related.  What happens when insurance companies pay out $1.4 Billion in claims?  Your premiums rise.

But what if there was a way to see your ever increasing premiums decrease?  Insurers are willing to heavily discount your rates if you help protect your home…and that’s exactly what we are doing for our clients.  Through June 31st, we are offering a FREE upgrade to a Class IV impact resistant shingle to lock in your $600 yearly savings.  Call 855.448.7663 today to schedule claim this $1,500 value and schedule your complimentary evaluation.

Katherine
April 10, 2017

With Georgia’s storm season currently in full swing. It is important to take some preventive measures that could save you a lot of time and money! One thing we highly recommend is having your roofing system inspected by a HAAG certified inspector at least every 3 years to help catch any potential problems early. Best part about that is most professional roofing companies will provide this service FREE of charge. Another great tip is to make sure that you clean your gutters at least once a year. Your gutters are there to keep water off of your roof and your house. Not having fully functional gutters can lead to major problems. Whether you can clean your gutters yourself or hire a professional, it will definitely be worth it in the end!

Team Peachtree Restorations