Residential & Commercial Roofing Contractor

Lebanon, OH

Lebanon Roofing Contractors

The moment you see a leak in your roof there’s one thing that comes to mind: “How much is this going to cost me?” We get that. Roofing repairs and replacements can be costly and it’s not something most people budget for. But a leaking roof doesn’t have to be as stressful as you may think.

Upfront Pricing from Roofing Contractors You Can Trust

Estimates for a roofing project, just like any other home repair project, can vary wildly. And it can be hard to know which estimates are reasonable. Here at RA Cooks Renovations, we promise to do two things—provide you a completely honest assessment of your roof’s condition and give you a transparent pricing estimate. No fine print, no surprise fees, just straightforward information that you can feel comfortable with.

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Beautifully Historic Lebanon

There’s nothing better than a day trip to Lebanon, OH. This classic town is full of so much historical charm. Whether you’re a history buff or you simply enjoy experiencing new things, don’t miss these local attractions.

  • Situated in the village’s historic downtown, Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad is a must-see attraction. The railway, initially constructed in the 1800’s, carried both freight and passengers. The railway and station underwent many changes through the years and passed through several owners. These days, the site is a historic attraction where visitors can take a scenic train ride through the local countryside, learning about the area and enjoying the wooded landscape.
  • Established in 1803, The Golden Lamb Restaurant & Hotel is the state’s oldest continually operated business. For over 200 years, the Golden Lamb has been serving delicious food and providing comfortable boutique-style lodging for locals and tourists alike. The building is beautifully maintained and is, in itself, an historic beauty.   
  • The Glendower Historic Mansion is a wonder of historic architecture. Built in the mid-1800’s, the home is regarded as a classic example of residential Greek Revival architecture. Visitors are invited to tour the grounds and the home to view the impeccably maintained property, original artifacts, and exhibits on local history.

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