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Have a Roofing or Storm Damage Problem? We Have a Solution!

Roofing Force® is committed to delivering the best service, materials and value on every roofing, siding, window, gutter, painting and interior restoration job. We are a Residental Building Contractor, Residential and Commercial Roofing Contractor, and experts in new and replacement roofs, roof repairs, and complete storm damage recovery.

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When is It Too Cold to Install a Roof?

By Chad Burnett | January 4, 2023

The short answer is it depends on what type of roofing material you want to install. Unlike asphalt roofing, metal and polymer roofs can be installed in temperatures below 40° without compromising quality or voiding manufacturer warranties. Asphalt roofs on the other hand, should be installed in warmer temperatures above 40° whenever possible. In any…

My Roof Has Storm Damage. Do I Need 3 Bids for My Insurance Claim or Must I Use My Carrier’s Preferred Contractor?

By Chad Burnett | December 2, 2022

The short answer is NO! This article will explain how obtaining multiple bids or using a “preferred contractor” only helps insurance companies underpay claims. Follow the Money With most homeowner insurance policies (ACV policies being the exception), your insurance company is responsible for paying the entire cost of repairing or replacing your roof after you…

What are Composite Polymer Roofing Products?

By Chad Burnett | November 4, 2022

Polymer or composite roofing materials are synthetic products that are manufactured from various plastics and resins to look nearly identical to stone slate, wood shake, wood shingle, or clay tile products. Synthetic products are generally cast from molds or 3D images of real natural materials. These imitation products are available in a large variety of…

What to Expect During Your Roof Inspection & Estimate Appointment

By Chad Burnett | September 29, 2022

The expert Roofing Specialists at Roofing Force have been trained to provide customers with an outstanding experience. One of our highly trained Roofing Specialists will arrive at your inspection and estimate meeting ready to answer your questions and explain how we can take care of your roofing or storm damage problems. He will, if possible, obtain…

Impact Resistant Class 4 Roofing Materials – Why Some Are Better than Others

By Chad Burnett | August 11, 2022

What is the Most Durable Roofing Material? A “Class 4 Impact Resistance”, is the highest level of durability that is offered by the Underwriters Laboratories in their industry standardized impact resistance test (UL 2218). However, just because a roofing shingle has a Class 4 rating, it does not mean that it is the best or…

What are the 5 Main Styles of Residential Roofing Systems?

By Chad Burnett | July 8, 2022

When deciding to re-roof or build a new home, you may be inclined to begin your roofing research by exploring different roofing materials. However, because modern roofing materials come in a variety of styles, it may be better to explore the kind of look you like best and then decide on what kind of material…

What is Stone Coated Steel Roofing?

By Chad Burnett | April 20, 2022

Stone coated metal roofing is a steel core product that is manufactured to look like regular asphalt shingles, wood shakes or clay/tile products. Manufacturers start with 26-gauge galvanized steel panels that are pre-primed with an acrylic film or epoxy. Then a poured on acrylic basecoat is applied. Next, the panels are embedded with stone chips.…

Essential Businesses Stay Open During COVID-19 Restrictions

By Adam | March 22, 2020

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) NOTICE We are here for you during COVID-19. Roofing Force is considered an “Essential Business” that provides “Essential Infrastructure” services and remains open during the current COVID-19 state of emergency. Rest assured that your safety and the safety of our employees is our top priority. Roofing Force employees are following CDC and OSHA…

Ignoring Hail Or Wind Damage Could Cost You

By Adam | February 6, 2020

As a homeowner, you may not be aware of hail damage to your roof following a severe storm. In many cases, hail damage to roof tops cannot be seen from the ground, so the idea of hail damage may not have crossed your mind. Likewise, wind damage to your shingles may not be visible from the ground. Thus, you should always request a…

Understanding The Importance Of Addressing Roof Leaks

By Adam | November 5, 2019

You’re a responsible homeowner, which means your “honey do’s” seems like they will never end. There’s always something to update, renovate, repair, or maintain. Your roof is no exception to this. Even though high-quality roofs can last multiple decades, there will still be maintenance and normal wear on the roof. A leaky roof can show up…

Roofing Force Recognized as National Best of the Best Winner

Rich Noonan, an eight-time Emmy award winner and former investigative reporter for CBS and Fox News, has named Roofing Force a National Best of the Best Winner in our Kansas City, Joplin, Fort Smith, and St. Louis area markets. The following is a description of the award process as described by Best of the Best Television 

Our Process 

We are reporters, we know how to find information where others do not. In this world of instant reviews there is a lot of information available about most businesses, you just have to know where to look...we do. A simple Google search about a business is not nearly enough. 

What We Look For 

  •  Businesses that have a history of success.
  • Consistent ownership.
  • Progressive ownership.
  • Companies that value their people.
  • Companies that seek customer review. 
  • Companies that give back. 

Credibility Matters 

Our credibility matters much more to us than including a company that is not worthy of being called the best. That is one of the key reasons that we do not tell the owners of companies that we are investigating their businesses. Most ratings services are paid up front by the very business they are rating, not us.