We work closely with the home owner when it comes to their needed roofing services. We understand the annoying factors a leaking roof cannot only bring to you financially but also the emotional stress involved. Nobody wants to see their home become water logged and if you are located in Paulding county or the surrounding areas we can act quickly to repair your Homes’s roof. For emergency roof repair in the Brownsville area call 470-648-0570
No matter if your roofing needs are large or small, a simple home roof repair or complex re-roof, we are here to help. 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 near Brownsville and are proud of the quality work we offer to our neighbors. Give us a call today to schedule a free roof inspection!
As a GAF Master Roofer, we are able to offer the Golden Pledge Warranty. The Golden Pledge is the Lifetime Warranty that covers the materials 100% for 50 years and our workmanship for 25 years. GAF has the only roofing warranty covered by the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
Our Commercial roof repair expertise includes flat roofs, roof inspections, preventative roofing maintenance, and leak detection and repair; and we are glad to offer these services not only in Paulding county but also the surrounding areas Including all of the Greater Atlanta area and North Georgia. As a GAF Master Commercial Roofing Contractor, we must be knowledgeable about and capable of installing various roof systems, such as EverGuard Extreme Advanced Heat & UV Protection TPO and many others without jeopardizing any existing roof warranties.
Brownsville, Georgia is located in the farthest southeastern corner of Paulding County, along State Route 92 (Hiram Douglasville Highway). Buildings are concentrated on the east-west running road named Sweetwater Church Road to the west and Brownsville Road to the east. The unincorporated hamlet is about a 7 minute drive north of Douglasville and a 15 mile drive south of Hiram. The area is heavily forested, with many side streets leading suburban housing set along cul-de-sacs and dead ends.
While it is not certain, the town may have been named for Reverend John Brown, a pioneering Methodist minister.
Brownsville’s food options include MBY Jamaican Cuisine, Subway, and Domino’s Pizza. There’s a community animal clinic, Advance Auto Parts, Chevron gas station, and a Dollar General. Locals can purchase groceries from Food Depot. There are several other small business at the Brownsville Crossing and Brownsville Square strip malls. There is no post office, as it closed down in 1905.
The local faithful gather at The Mount Zion Church, New Genesis Baptist Church, and the Gathering House, each located west, south, and east of the community respectively.
The nearest outdoor parks are outside of town. Jessie G. Davis Memorial Park provides 17 acres for basketball, football, an outdoor pool, picnic pavilions and grills, and an annual horseshoe tournament. The Alice J. Hawthorne Center provides a computer lab, community room and kitchen, and gym with a basketball court and volleyball court. The gym is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only.
Most younger students attend Hal Hutchens Elementary located just a few miles down Sweetwater Church Road, while a few children on the northern edge of town may go to Baggett Elementary. The very youngest children may attend Sweetwater Academy, technically in Douglasville though just a few miles south of Brownsville. The school educates infants, toddlers, preschool and Georgia Pre-K, as well as offering after school and summer camp services for students aged K-12.
We also serve Draketown