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Why Use Us


You Can Trust GPR

Our business was built on customer referrals. We would not be here if our customers did not believe in Georgia Premier Roofing. We guarantee our roofs with a 5 year warranty against leaks and defects in workmanship. All installed products are covered by a manufactures warranty.


Credential and OSHA certified

Georgia Premier Roofing is Certified with Certainteed and sits on the Certainteed Advisory Committee. We are a licensed general contractor with the State of Georgia (Heavy Weight Commercial and Residential).


Licensed General Contractor

In Georgia, roofing is considered a specialty trade and amazingly, does not require any type of license! Georgia Premier Roofing is a fully licensed general contractor and can ensure your roofing project is completed professionally, on time and on budget. Trust your roof to a professional, insured contractor...Georgia Premier Roofing.


Fully Insured

GPR carries both Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance for your peace of mind.


We leave the job site clean.

We clean the property every day and at the completion of the job. We also use large roller and slide magnets around the site when the job is completed. When tearing off a roof, debris is unavoidable. We ensure all property is protected.


Flashing, Underlayment and Fans

We replace valley metal and collars around pipes and vents. GPR recommends and will install ridge vents on all installations. Keeping your attic temperature down is one way to dramatically increase the lifespan of your new roof. We use and recommend Stormguard or similar underlayment in leak prone areas.


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Hail Damage - Roof Repair and Replacement

One of Atlanta's Premier roofing company, Georgia Premier Roofing. Call today for a FREE inspection. 

How I do I know if I have hail damage to my roof? Can I tell from the ground? 
If you've had hail in your area, to determine if the shingles have been damaged a close inspection of the shingles has to be made from the roof. Usually you cannot tell from the ground.

If I think I have hail damage what should I do?
Call your insurance company and ask for an adjuster to come inspect your roof for hail damage. Call a reputable roofing company and ask for the same inspection. If there are any discrepancies between the adjuster's findings and the roofer's findings you may call for a "RE-INSPECTION" where your adjuster meets with the roofer to go over the roof together. Re-inspections are very common.

The insurance company must determine two things when assessing the amount of your loss:

  1. Was there sufficient damage to the roof to declare it a total loss? (Usually determined by 10 verified hail hits per 100 square feet.)
  2. What is the size of the roof and how many shingles will be needed to replace the roof

What does hail do to a roof?  Shingles are designed so that the granules block the UV of the sun and protect the asphalt underlayment. As the shingles age the granules fall off over time. As the asphalt is exposed the UV, it dries out and the shingle gets a "potato chip" appearance as the corners start to curl up. A shingle at the extreme end of its life is bubbled in appearance and is brittle to the touch. A 20-year shingle is warranteed by the manufacturer to have a useful life, under optimal ventilation conditions, of 20 years. Hail does several things:

  • Accelerates granule loss.
  • Accelerates shingle aging.
  • Voids manufacturer's warrantees.
  • Leads to other associated problems.

Do I need to get my roof replaced right away? 
The insidious nature of hail damage is that it may pose no immediate threat to the structural integrity of the roof. However, many insurance companies have a "statute of limitations" of how long a hail claim is viable. If you have experienced a loss such as hail damage it is prudent to take care of the problem in a timely manner before it leads to other associated problems.

 What does hail hit look like? 
A hail hit on a shingle looks like a "bruise" or a dark spot where the granules on the shingle have been knocked off and the asphalt underlayment and sometimes the fiberglass mat is exposed. New hail hits will have a shiny appearance because the asphalt has been freshly exposed and has not had time to weather to a dull color.

Why would my insurance company replace my roof? 
The purpose of home owner's insurance is to protect homeowners against losses in their property's value due to damage that is beyond their control. If you have hail damage, you have experienced a financial loss in that your original investment of a 20-year roof (for example) has now been reduced to a 5-10 year useful life span. Your insurance company will compensate you for your loss and replace your roof. 

Why does the estimate read that there are more shingles to replace then there are to remove? 
The amount of shingles to remove from your roof is the actual amount of square feet that it takes to shingle your roof. However, when putting on shingles, some shingles have to be cut to fit dimensions, ridges, hips and valleys. The insurance company adds 10% to regular ridge roofs and 15% to hip and ridge roofs to account for the loss of shingles. 

My gutters and siding were damaged and the insurance company paid me for how many linear feet had to be replaced.
When I called a contractor they had a minimum fee which was far in excess of the small amount the insurance company paid me. What can I do?  Your insurance company understands minimum charges such as these and has set prices they are prepared to pay as minimum charges for all trades. They do not give you the minimum charge up front because such a large percentage of their customers never call a contractor and just pocket the money. If you call your adjuster and ask for the minimum charge for the work, they will pay it without any hesitation. 

In my adjustment, my insurance company deducted some money for depreciation, what is that all about? 
Different insurance companies call the amount that they hold back different things. Some call it depreciation; other companies figure it in as a dump and removal fee. What it represents is the amount of money the company will hold back until they receive a signed contract from you and a contractor for the work. When they receive a signed contract, you will
receive another check for the amount they have held back. 

My insurance adjuster said there was no hail damage on his first inspection, I asked Georgia Premier Roofing's estimator to call him and request to walk through a re-inspection with him. On the re-inspection the adjuster concluded that there was hail damage and "totaled" the roof. Why such a dramatic turn around? 
There are many different reasons that this happens so often. Sometimes adjusters get to a roof too soon after the actual damage and the hits haven't had a chance to weather yet. Sometimes the adjusters are inexperienced. Sometimes they were tired after looking at so many roofs that day. Sometimes they just make mistakes. The best results for the benefit of homeowner seem to be obtained when an experienced roofer walks through the inspection with the insurance adjuster and calls to the adjuster's attention any damage that he sees.





The CertainTeed shingle warranty fully explains how CertainTeed supports its products with the strongest warranty protection available.  Please read the warranty carefully - it lists the specific CertainTeed products that are covered and the period of time for which they are covered.

Take the time to understand how CertainTeed protects your purchase by standing behind our products.

Protect Your Investment

 All of CertainTeed’s shingle products are covered by standard SureStart™ protection for a specified period. Under this warranty feature, CertainTeed, at no charge, will repair or replace, at its option, any shingles proven to be defective during the applicable SureStart period (see actual warranty for details).

CertainTeed also offers SureStart PLUS, the strongest extended warranty coverage in the industry, which extends the coverage AND duration of the standard SureStart protection when a credentialed contractor installs an Integrity Roof SystemTM.  Protect your investment and your home - demand The Integrity Roof System, demand a credentialed contractor, and demand SureStart PLUS.

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