New Home Construction

Doing a big project like roofing or siding your home can be intimidating and expensive.

We help you win the day by explaining the options, working on a plan that works for you, and getting the job done quickly, so you can get back to enjoying your life.

The past 10+ years have brought a lot of storm and hail damage to the homes in our service area. When it comes to home exteriors whether the roof or siding, we have seen it all. We have worked with many insurance adjusters in inspecting roofs and determining the steps to move forward in replacing a damaged roof.

Safeguard your family. We make it easy to have a quality roof and siding.

New Home Construction.

Repair or Replace?

If your roof isn’t very old and you spot a few loose or damaged shingles, you may be able to just replace them. But for broader or more extensive damage, it may be time for a new roof. The key is a regular roof inspection, so you know what’s goin on up there.

Impacted by a Storm?

We’re here to help you through the storm with information on how to select the right options for moving forward, tips on navigating insurance claims and a guide for your restoration process.

Building trust in the St. Croix Valley for over 30 Years

Serving Western Wisconsin & Surrounding Areas for over 30 years; including Osceola, St. Croix Falls, Somerset, Chisago, Lindstrom, Forest Lake and beyond.

Our company is built upon referrals, relationships, and a long list of satisfied customers.

Three Reasons a Pro Should Evaluate Your Roof for Storm Damage

Chad Conley, CEO & Co-Founder of Complete Roofing, is a GAF Master Elite® Contractor located in Atlanta. He’s replaced more than 9,000 roofs and, based on that experience, shared three compelling reasons why you should leave roof evaluations to the pros.

  1. Your safety matters.
    Seeing some damage requires getting on the roof, and most homeowners should leave climbing ladders and steep-slope roofs to an experienced pro.
  2. It takes a trained eye. 
    Significant storm damage might not look like much at all to the untrained eye, but an experienced GAF Master Elite® Contractor knows how to read the tell-tale signs of damage.
  3. They can explain the damage to the insurance adjuster. 
    Someone is going to have to show this damage to your insurance adjuster. Your Master Elite® Contractor is trained to recognize damage, and “speak the same language” as the adjuster, so they can communicate clearly and help ensure that your loss is covered correctly. To find a trustworthy, GAF factory-certified contractor in your area, visit gaf.com.

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