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We are a nationally-recognized roofing contractor.

We are trusted to quickly and correctly restore roofs, siding and gutters damaged by heavy winds, rains or hail.


RoofsOver the course of a season, roofing materials are exposed to extreme weather and temperature changes that cause shingles and flashing to expand and contract. Eventually, this process causes roofing materials to wear out. Therefore, a roof should be thoroughly inspected at least once a year. 

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AgentsHeartland’s project consultants specialize in arguing & arbitrating your hail damage claim DIRECTLY with your insurance company, to guarantee that you are paid for ALL of the damages to your home. We then perform the authorized repairs with our experienced crews and save you the time and frustration of the insurance claim process.

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GuttersTired of the Gutter Cleaning Chore? Cleaning out clogged gutters is tedious and dangerous. Let us handle it for you. If you have lots of trees, you may be interested in our lineup of economical, high-performance Gutter Guard products. Note: it’s very sensible to install Gutter Guards as part of a re-roof project.

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WindowsThere’s no window or siding replacement and installation company in Wichita that will give you a better window or better installation. Our emphasis is, and always will be, on quality. Lifetime Warranty on Parts and Labor It may be hard to believe, but believe it. We offer a lifetime warranty on parts and labor. 

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Q: In the October 1999 issue of This Old House, there was an article about the new products used on Dick Silvas TV project house in Billerica, Massachusetts. At the time, Dick said he really liked the recycled-rubber shingles on his roof—the ones that look like slate. I'm thinking about installing them on my house and wonder how his are holding up.

—George, Rainier, Wash.

A: Tom Silva replies: Dickie still likes his "rubber" shingles and says he'd use them again. (They were actually made of a recycled synthetic rubber called EPDM, and plastics.) "Next time, though," he says, "I'll install snow guards." Like slate, the surface of his shingles is relatively smooth, so snow slides off suddenly in great clumps, clobbering gutters, porch roofs, and unsuspecting passersby. Pad-type or rail-type guards will hold the snow in place, away from the eaves, so it can slowly melt. You can add them to almost any kind of roof, including asphalt shingles, but they're much easier to install during the roofing process. Just so you know, the manufacturer now makes these shingles out of recycled TPO (thermoplastic olefin), a material that is more durable and stable and has more UV inhibitors than the old formulation. These new shingles are also available in five colors.
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