If you feel you may have damage from this years Spring and Summer storms, give us a call for a free inspection.  Beware of storm chasers, they WILL be flooding the area soon!!  Even if you choose to call another contractor, please be diligent when choosing your repair contractor. Storm situations bring all of the so called roofers out of the woodwork. Check with the Secretary of State, ask to see local driver's licenses,  ask for references from this year, last year and 5 years ago, and DO NOT GIVE A CONTRACTOR MONEY UP FRONT!!!!

If you are in need of an estimate for damages, please give us a call.  We offer free estimates, and will work with your insurance carrier to get you the monies that you are entitled to, to repair your home to pre-storm condition.

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Phone:    859-485-1003



What's Happening...

The purpose of this page is to keep our customers, and potential customers informed on several things.  We will be posting helpful information regarding any weather situations that may occur, as well as photos of our latest projects and projects that are in progress.  Please feel free to check back often.

Recent Installs

Installing roofs, siding, gutters, decks and building a roof over an existing deck. Pictures taken in Georgetown, KY, Ft. Wright, KY, Florence, KY, Dry Ridge, KY and Verona, KY.

Also, before and after pics of a shingled roof going to red metal in Demossville, KY. Metal roofing is becoming very popular in the area, and we can install it for the same cost as shingles in most cases, so if you've been thinking about it, give us a call!!

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                                    HAIL DAMAGE

You may think that just because you can't see any signs of damage, or because your roof isn't leaking, you don't have damage. Remember, hail damage can be particularly difficult to identify and many homeowners discover major roofing damage years down the road, after it's too late to file a storm damage claim with their insurance company. If you have any reason to suspect hail damage after a storm, you should have a full property damage inspection performed by a reputable contractor, right away.

Roof Hail Damage - Roofs are the most commonly damaged part of a home or business in hailstorms. A damaged shingle may allow water to seep through the roof causing additional damage to the roof deck, support structure, interior walls, or windows, and can cause leaking, staining on walls and flooding inside your home. Leaking roofs lead to costly damages and
many insurance policies have strict time limits on submitting claims after hailstorms, so it's in your best interest to act fast after hailstorms and start the repairs process, if necessary.

Siding Damage often results from wind-driven hail. The three most common signs of damage to siding are cracking, chipping and holes.

Window Damage is similar to siding damage, but usually more obvious to identify. Wind-driven hail can strike windows and break the glass itself, put holes in window screens or cause damage to the seals on windows.

Hail damagecan be very difficult to detect and often occurs to roofs, siding, gutters and windows, all of which are difficult DIY repair projects that could void your homeowners insurance or manufacturer warranty, if not performed by a licensed contractor. Due to the risks associated with hail damage, it is recommended to cut to the chase and have a storm damage repair contractor inspect your damages right away.

The above information is from the National Storm Damage Center website, it is loaded with excellent information.  

​If nothing else, please check out their page,