Serving Memphis Tennessee & the Mid South's Home Improvement needs for over 45 years.

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ABC Contracting Services
is a full service home improvement company specializing in the RESIDENTIAL and COMMERICAL market in the Greater Memphis area.  By combining the latest technology with our decades of proven experience our customers receive the most professional service at a competitive price.

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Traditional 3 Tab Shingle Roof

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Tile Roof

New Roofs
· Re-Roofs · Repairs
Roofs removed and Replaced
Roof  Coatings

  • All Types of Shingles
  • Tile
  • Slate
  • Cedar Wood Shake
  • Rubber Shingles
  • Metal Shingles
  • Flat roof specialists
  • Metal roofs
  • Hot Tar
  • TPO
  • Polymer-modified bitumen sheet membranes
Memphis Tennessee Skyline
Composite Shingle Roof

Modified Bit Roof

GUTTERS New & Repairs
Bad Gutters
Do your gutters look like this?

new gutters and downspouts
New Gutters and Down Spouts
·Commercial Gutters
· Residential Gutters
· Industrial Gutters
· Half round and K Style Gutters
· Copper
· Galvanized
· Aluminum
· Gutter Guards
· Gutter Cleaning
· Gutter Repairs
· (Aluminum, Copper, and Galvanized)
· Custom Metal Bending 
· Windows & Doors
· Damaged Wood Removal & Replacement
K Style with gutter guards
copper gutter
Copper K Style Gutter

Why add shutters?
Shutters are the final touch to your home masterpiece. They provide a great accent and help finish off the look of your home.

Vinyl is one of the most popular maintenance-free siding materials.
The thickness, or gauge, of the vinyl is the key to its durability and cost.  The thicker the vinyl is, the longer it lasts, the better it withstands time and damage, and the more stable it is.  The thicker the vinyl is the more it costs. The majority of homes utilizes the .040" - .045" thick product.  Premium brands are available up to .055" thick thick. Premium brands are available up to .055" thick. Since vinyl siding is intended to imitate wood lap siding, it is available in several profiles. Most common is a piece that imitates two courses of wood siding, with an exposure of four or five inches each. These are called D4 or D5 (the "D" stands for "double"). A variation is a "Dutch Lap" style (D5DL) which has the shape of a traditional Dutch lap wood siding. A profile with three courses of 3-inch siding (T3) is also common. Vinyl generally comes in a range of light to medium colors. Darker colors tend to fade and are generally not available



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