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You should be able to trust the company and individuals who are putting the lid on your most valuable asset. If it’s done wrong, you could face thousands in damages from water leaks or unstable, insecure materials. Don’t risk this important investment to just anyone. You want to make sure you hire an experienced, professional exterior design company that has experience in Billings weather patterns from hail to high winds, to snow loads.

We understand your concerns and take every roofing project seriously, treating it with care and expert attention to detail. Our professional roofing contractors are experienced in the proper techniques for valleys, drip edge, ridge cap, boots for pipes and every component needed for the successful completion of your project.

You Need A New Roof If You Have:

  • Water Leaks or Damage
  • Rotting on or Around Your Roof
  • Mold & Moisture in Your Home
  • Broken Roof Tiles
  • Torn or Warped Shingles
  • Holes in the Roof
  • Dark Spots on the Roof
  • Sagging Roof
  • Rust on Metal Roofs
As your local roofing contractor, our top priority is protecting your home with a strong, durable new roof by providing professional installation and a great experience!

Two Types of Roofing Products We Offer

Metal roofing materials are extremely durable and come in dozens of colors and profiles for the perfect look.

Malarkey asphalt shingles are an affordable material to provide your roof with strong, long-lasting protection.

When you hire us as your local roofing contractor:

Step 1 - Planning a Roof Replacement

The first step is planning and estimating. We measure the roof surface area to determine the amount of material needed and the time involved for installation. The time estimate is affected by the steepness, number of peaks, valleys, vent pipes, chimneys, or other holes to work around.

Step 2 - Roof Removal

All of your current roof material will be removed and disposed of to provide a clean surface for the installation of new shingles.

Step 2 - Assessing the Roof

Once all the original material is removed, we’ll be able to assess the condition of your roof structure. We look for water damage, holes, surface damage and adequate ventilation.

Step 2 - Installing Underlayment

Next comes the installation of drip edges and underlayment. This step provides an extra layer of protection between your home and the elements.

Step 2 - Installing the Roof Material

Installation of roofing material begins at the bottom edge of one side of your roof. We work our way up that side laying each piece slightly over top of the prior piece to ensure water doesn’t crawl up underneath any shingles. Valleys take planning and expertise to ensure they are laid on properly and finally, the peaks are completed last. Asphalt shingles are installed in rows from the bottom up and metal roofing is installed in long sheets from one side to the other.

Step 6 - Cleanup and Review

As your roofing contractor, the final step we will take is a final visual review of the project, looking for details like consistency and finishing touches. We’ll thoroughly clean up our work areas to leave your property pristine and in great condition.

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Our advanced technology 3-D interactive software allows you to try on different materials and colors to see how it will look before you buy. Try it out and see what shingles versus metal roofing will look like with your current siding and landscaping. This allows you to play around with the look to get exactly what you want without any surprises.

How Your Roof Style Affects Replacement Cost

Hip Roof

A hip roof has a central point with all sides sloping down from it. It tends to be more expensive to build due to the complexity of trusses and installation. Since there are more ridges and more surface to cover, the roofing materials are typically more expensive.

If you have this style of roof, your replacement estimate will likely be higher compared to a gable roof or flat roof. Talk to our roofing contractors to get a detailed estimate on replacement costs.

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Gable Roof

A gable roof has one main ridge and two sides sloping down to the walls. This style of roof tends to be less expensive to build and re-roof if replacement is necessary. The gable roof is easier to build with straightforward trusses and structure. The roof material installation is also easier and takes less time than a hip roof. 

However, like this image shows, having multiple ridge lines and secondary roof sections adds to the complexity of your roof replacement and costs.


The higher the pitch of your roof, the higher the cost of roofing it. If the pitch is 8/12 or 10/12 or steeper, it becomes more dangerous and challenging to install roofing materials. Your roofing contractors will need to have safety harnesses and rope off while on the roof. Extra equipment might need to be brought in to reach higher and steeper sections safely.

Whether you are considering asphalt shingles or a metal roof, our roofing experts will want to see the project and the scope of the pitch in order to provide an accurate estimate.

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