The only Adairsville, GA Roofing Company
with a “No Surprise Fee Guarantee”!
Services offered by the Top Roofers in Bartow County
- New Gutter Installation
- Metal Roofs
- Complete Roof Replacement
- Shingle Roofs
- Emergency Roof Repair
- Gutter Replacement and Repair
Free Roof Inspection
1 OAK Roofing is fully certified and we work closely with our clients when it comes to their roofing needs. We understand the annoying aspects a leaking roof can put on someone financially but also the mental stress. Nobody wants to see their home destroyed and if you are located in Bartow county or the neighboring areas we can act fast to restore your home’s roof before any major damage is done. For emergency roof repair in the Adairsville area call.
Whether your roofing needs are small or large, from a basic home roof repair or an entire re-roofing, we are here to help you. No matter what roof system you have chosen, the best performance is obtained only through a quality installation, done by the best people. We are experienced in shingle roofs, metal roofs, and tile roofs. Our quality assurance program assures you that your brand new roof has been properly installed. We are headquartered in Cartersville and we are proud of the quality of work we offer to our neighbors in Adairsville, and any surrounding areas. Pick up a phone and schedule a free roof inspection!
GAF Master Commercial Roofing Company in Adairsville, GA
Services offered by the Top Commercial Roofers in Bartow County
- Roof Replacement for Commercial Buildings
- Single-Ply Roofing for waterproofing Low Slope Roofs
- Flat Roof Repair and Replacement
- EPDM & TPO Roofing for large-scale commercial projects such as warehouses or department stores.
Adairsville has had other names such as, Oothcalooga Village and Adair Station, and is covered in history and charm. Nestled in a cozy setting, Adairsville used to be a small Cherokee village named after Chief Walter (John) S. Adair, a Scottish settler who married a Cherokee woman before their removal in 1838. It was part of the Cherokee territory along with Calhoun and including New Echota.
On April 12, 1862, the steam locomotive General was pursued from Atlanta and passed through Adairsville, allowing its people to witness the Great Locomotive Chase. After the Civil War ended in 1865, Adairsville rebuilt and became a hub for the carpet and textile professions, and for farm and transportation services to expand, including its famous railroad. A few historical buildings are still intact in the town and include the original train depot that was involved in “The Great Locomotive Chase”.