Spray Foam Insulation Elbert County, Georgia

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Elberton is known as the “Granite Capital of the World,” with more than 45 quarries producing more granite monuments than any other area in the world. The Georgia Guidestones are a local mystery and display a 10-part message in 12 languages to mankind. Learn more about the granite industry and the statue of Dutchy at the Granite Museum, which contains historical exhibits, artifacts, educational displays and materials depicting current and past events in the rich heritage of the Elberton Granite Industry. Downtown Elberton is pretty and includes the historic Elbert County Courthouse and the Elbert Theatre.

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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 Elbert County, Georgia

The Samuel Elbert Hotel and Conference Center is located in downtown Elberton, a rural community in northeast Georgia.  The City of Elberton was founded in 1803 and is in the center of Elbert County, which was created by the State of Georgia in 1790.  The county was named for General Samuel Elbert who fought bravely in the American War for Independence. Elberton is centrally located between Athens, GA and Anderson, SC, and is 110 miles east of Atlanta, 65 miles southwest of Greenville, and 80 northeast of Augusta.  Known as “The Granite Capital of the World,” Elberton produces more granite monuments than any other city in the world.  Elberton is also known for attractions including granite monuments, historic homes and architecture, beautiful lakes, a historic theatre and downtown square, and the 20,000 seat Granite Bowl. 

In the northeast Georgia Piedmont, between the Savannah and Broad rivers, lies Elbert County. The area was originally settled before the American Revolution (1775-83) by pioneers filtering into the region from Virginia and the Carolinas. The legal occupation of the lands that would later become Elbert County took place on June 1, 1773, when Georgia’s colonial governorJames Wright, negotiated a land cession with local Creek and Cherokee leaders. The cession, known as the New Purchase, contained about 2 million acres north of Augusta and was originally designated as Wilkes County.

During the American Revolution Wilkes County became the scene of severe partisan fighting among Tories, patriots, and Indians. One of the Revolution’s most famous heroines, Nancy HartElbert County lived in a log cabin along the Broad River and earned a place in history by single-handedly defeating a party of Tories who had invaded her home.

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