The only Smyrna, GA Roofing Contractor
with a “No Surprise Fee Guarantee”!
Services offered by the Best Roofers in Cobb County
- Shingle Roofs
- Metal Roofs
- New Gutter Installation
- Gutter Replacement and Repair
- Emergency Roof Repair
- Whole Roof Replacement
Free Roof Inspection
1 OAK Roofing is fully certified and we work together with the building owner when it comes to their roofing services. We understand the annoying factors a leaking roof cannot only bring to you financially but also the emotional hardship involved. Nobody wants to see their home harmed and if you are located in Cobb county or the surrounding areas we can act quickly to repair your Property’s roof. For emergency roof repair in the Smyrna area call.
Whether your roofing needs are large or small, a simple home roof repair or complex re-roof, we are here to assist you. No matter what the roof system is that you have selected, effective performance is obtained only through a superior installation. We have knowledge working with all types of roofs; including shingle roofs, metal roofs, and tile roofs. Our quality assurance program gives you the peace of mind of knowing your new roof has been properly installed. We live and work in Kennesaw and are proud of the quality work we offer to our neighbors from Legacy Park to Mountain Park Estates and everywhere in between. Give us a call today to schedule a free roof inspection!
GAF Master Commercial Roofing Contractor in Smyrna, GA
Services offered by the Best Commercial Roofers in Cobb County
- Single-Ply Roofing for waterproofing Low Slope Roofs
- EPDM & TPO Roofing for large-scale commercial projects like warehouses or department stores.
- Flat Roof Repair and Replacement
- Roof Replacement for Commercial Buildings
Pioneers began settling the area in 1832. By the late 1830s, a religious encampment called Smyrna Camp Ground had become a popular travel destination. It was named by Greeks for the Biblical city of Smyrna, the home of the famous Christian martyr Polycarp. After the completion of the Western and Atlantic Railroad in 1842 the area began to grow. The city was incorporated with the name Smyrna in 1872.
In 1991, the city began a community redevelopment project in order to create a well-defined downtown for themselves. Included were a community center and 28,000-square-foot public library. A mixed retail and residential district was modeled, which included a square with a fountain. This, and other expansions have revitalized the downtown area.