Built to Last
Let’s face it. Roofers are a dime a dozen. GSR raises the bar and is the first roofer in the Southeast to have a fully furnished design center just for our customers.
No Hassle Sales Process
The only thing worse than a trip to the car dealership is the dreaded roofing sales pitch. We don’t use high pressure sales tactics. We believe in what we do and the value we provide. If you want to do business with us we’d be honored.
Big Business Process & Technology
Our team is comprised of professionals from all walks of life. We know you can’t build a great business on inferior process and poor products and technology. We use only the best products and spend countless man hours to bring you the very best in process and it shows in our customer service, delivery and the final product.
Good Shepherd Roofing started the transformation of the old Dacula downtown general store more than 3 years ago and about at the same time when our state and country were in full fledged Covid lock down. Lots has changed since we began the project but we are proud to...
If you've been unlucky enough to have your home struck by hail, you may be wondering what to do next. Hail can cause a great deal of damage to roofs, and it's important to know how to identify hail damage and how to go about repairing it or getting your roofing system...
GSR has begun advertising with local radio station WJBB
There are lots of things to consider when high speed wind, hail and severe weather enters your area. Here are some helpful tips.
Follow this step by step guide to filing an insurance claim for your roof.
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