Our founder Carroll L. Welch, started an apprenticeship in roofing and sheet metal in the summers of the 1940′s in the New England area. After being transferred to Ft. McPherson during the Korean War conflict he met his beautiful bride, Ezma, who was from Georgia.
After the war, he continued roofing while working as a City of Atlanta Fireman. In 1964 he resigned from the City of Atlanta and started Ben Hill Roofing and Siding Co., Inc. in the Ben Hill business district which is located in southwest Atlanta. He continued to be the driving force in the reputation of Ben Hill until his death in 1984. Upon his death, son, David L. Welch became President and continued to grow the company using his father’s guiding principles and integrity. Today, Ben Hill Roofing is known as one of Georgia’s most successful roofing businesses.
As your number one Douglas County Renovation Company, we are proud members of Roofing & Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Georgia, Master Roofing & Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Atlanta, National roofing Contractors Association, Better Business Bureau of Atlanta, Associated General Contractor and the Douglas, Carroll and Paulding County Chamber of Commerce.
Our highly trained technical and estimating staff share over 115 years of combined experience and are available to assist you in the design and selection of your Douglas County Renovation Services. You’ll discover that our expert team of roofing and renovation technicians are highly trained, committed, extremely organized and take great pride in the undertaking of unusual, tedious and detailed projects that other renovation firms prefer to bypass. The majority of our staff has been with us for many years, which contributes highly to the success of our projects. You will also find our staff to be conscientious, dedicated people who answer the call of duty no matter what time of day. We greatly appreciate this dedication as all of our projects are tailored around the needs of our clients, be it schools that are in session or a business that must continue operations while a project is underway.