Jarrod Holmes is the Owner here at RainMan Roofing and Restoration and RainMan Gutters. He has been in the construction industry since 2004 and has built this company from the ground up. Jarrod also worked in the fire service for 7 years serving at the Gilmer County Fire Department and the City of Canton Fire Department. His heart is still in helping people, but he enjoys the nights at home with his family that this company provides. For him, he translates his need to serve into providing honest roofing services to his community. Jarrod has deep roots here in Ellijay- he was born and raised here, where he currently lives with his wife and daughter. He is currently working on turning his childhood home into his family’s forever home after his father suddenly passed away in 2017. In his free time Jarrod enjoys hiking, Jeeping, traveling, spending time with his family, and a bold cigar.
Misa Holmes is the Office Manager for RainMan, but honestly, she wears a lot of hats. If you call our office or send an email, you’ll get the opportunity to talk with her. She handles all of the backstage work and makes sure everybody stays organized, as well as serving as Jarrod’s right hand (wo)man. She likes to personally attend all roof inspections and client meetings with Jarrod because she feels like she can bring a softer approach to the roofing industry. Misa grew up in Huntington Beach, California, but has been living in Georgia since 2014 and has worked in administrative and supportive roles for over fourteen years. She previously worked with the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office, so she’s been through a polygraph test and an extensive background check- which means she’s a pretty straight arrow. Misa has a deep passion for giving back, so she makes sure that RainMan not only stays focused on the business, but taking care of the customers, making sure the employees feel valued and personally invested, and donating to organizations and causes that Jarrod and her feel strongly about. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, remodeling houses, hiking, Jeeping, traveling, and eating good food. This new level in life has her balancing work and being a mom and wife, which she describes as “being incredibly challenging and the most rewarding” thing in life for her.