Spray Foam Insulation Clarke County, Georgia

DISCOVER Clarke County, Georgia

Athens-Clarke County has a rich history that dates back to the very beginnings of the United States. The University of Georgia was founded in 1785 as the nation’s first land-grant institution. Clarke County was established in 1801 and named after Elijah Clarke, a Revolutionary War hero, and Athens was established as a town in 1805. Athens was named by John Milledge, later governor of Georgia, after Athens, Greece, the center of learning in the classical world and home to the academies of Plato and Aristotle.

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Extreme Spray Foam is a premier spray foam company specializing in applying environment-friendly, energy-efficient, and cost-effective spray foam insulation. We proudly offer the following services:

Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam is considered as the best home insulation. It strengthens your property’s structure, improves air quality while reducing energy bills.

Slab Jacking

Slab jacking is the process of raising concrete slabs that are sinking due to poor soil conditions. It involves cutting strategic hole points in the slab, then installing special slab bracket piers.

Concrete Lifting

Concrete leveling is a geotechnical service used to correct uneven concrete surfaces. This service requires experience and knowledge. Extreme Spray Foam provides long-lasting concrete leveling solutions.

Spray Foam Roofing

Don't replace your flat roof, restore it! Save thousands with our roofing systems, backed by an industry leading warrenty.

Commercial Roofing

Choose us for your commercial roofing needs. After reviewing your roof needs, our team can recommend a system that best suits your commercial property.

Attic Insulation

If you are looking to insulate your home better, one of the best solutions is attic insulation. When you have your attics insulated by us, we guarantee huge savings on your utility bills!
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SPEND TIME LIVING IN Clarke County, Georgia

Athens was founded and continues to serve the state of Georgia as a place of higher learning. Its roots and growth have withheld through multiple wars, times of reconstruction, and times of peace. Many landmarks stand throughout the Athens area, each one telling a story of Athens’ unique history. Athens-Clarke County is dedicated to protecting its history by preserving and celebrating its character. There are 40 nationally registered sites and 16 nationally registered districts on the National Register of Historic Places, 12 local historic districts, and 41 individual local historic landmarks in Athens-Clarke County.

Clarke County was created by an Act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 5, 1801. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Elijah Clarke and included 250 square miles of land that was originally part of Jackson County. Clarke came to Wilkes County, Georgia from North Carolina in 1774 and was most recognized for being credited with the 1779 victory at the Battle of Kettle Creek in Wilkes County. The Elijah Clarke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution erected a monument in his name in the middle of Broad Street in Athens that still stands today.

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