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Roofing with Steve Kemper Builder

Severe weather happens, trust Steve Kemper Builder.

Our experienced project managers will walk with you through the restoration process to ensure you get your property restored effectively and efficiently. We can handle everything from the shed in the backyard to the top of your home.

What sets Steve Kemper Builder apart?

Quality

We only use the best products when re-roofing your home. Our partnerships with the top national suppliers provide us with the most up to date products. Our Project Managers work closely with our crews to make sure the job is done right and to the manufacturers specifications. Because Steve Kemper Builder typically does not take deposits, your satisfaction is guaranteed before you pay for the completed restoration. On top of everything we give you our 2-year Workmanship Warranty and up to 50-year materials warranty depending on the products used on your project.

Experience

At Steve Kemper Builder, our leadership has more than $1.1 billion of contracting experience in roofing restoration. Our teams are fully licensed and trained, dedicated to handle your project with confidence and precision.

Available to answer any questions you have on your project, we’re dedicated to changing the way you look at contractors. We even conform to your Homeowner’s Association’s rules and regulations.

Efficiency

Our partnerships with national suppliers ensure materials needed for repairs are available even when supplies are limited. That means our project managers have up-to-date information on the status of your project at any time. We also use the latest in technology to calculate materials accurately to make sure you’re not paying for anything you don’t have to and also making sure that the insurance company understands the full scope of our estimate to restore your property to its pre-loss condition.

“The Steve Kemper Builder Project Managers were very helpful and easy to work with, they clearly explained the entire process and emphasized getting the job completed in a timely manner. The crew was courteous and their attention to detail was much appreciated. Thank you for a job well done Steve Kemper Builder!”

Asher P.

Our Process

It all starts with our free roofing inspection. Once our expert Project Managers have assessed your home’s roof:

  • Your Project Manager will explain the construction process, and verify all your paperwork.
  • You will need to call your insurance company to make a claim.
  • Your Project Manager will meet the insurance adjuster to do a property walk-through.
  • After your insurance company sends their report, your Project Manager will review the paperwork and make sure that the scope of loss includes all items in our estimate.
  • Once approved, we will get materials delivered directly to your location.
  • Our production staff will acquire the required permits, schedule material delivery and crews, and is available to ensure issues are handled promptly.
  • Your project manager will be available during your build and will stop by occasionally to make sure the project is running efficiently and to answer any questions you may have.
  • After the project is complete we will inspect the work to ensure quality and satisfaction.
  • Upon completion of all the aspects of your project, we will notify your insurance company to release any remaining funds. There are no out-of-pocket costs except your deductible and possibly any requested upgrades. The insurance claim process will ensure the project is funded correctly to get your property back to its pre-storm condition with as little cost to you as possible.
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“Steve Kemper Builder was a huge help in the process. From the initial review of the roof, the guidance of how the insurance company issues payment and being there to answer questions he was extremely professional and friendly. This can be a stressful process and they made it very fluid and easy.”

Courtney B.

Getting your roof inspected by one of our trained professionals will keep you and your family protected from future disasters.

Let Steve Kemper Builder Get to Work For You

“After noticing water spots on my ceiling, I called Steve Kemper Builder. One of their project managers came right out to my house, inspected the roof, and sat down with me and gave me very clear details on what was going to happen."

Debora A.

Performance

There are a variety of factors that impact a roof’s performance. The useful life of a roofing system can be influenced by its location, material used, weather patterns, installation process, design, and exposure. Roofing Systems are comprised of many materials and add value and protection for your home.

The common materials are:

  • sheathing/decking
  • flashing
  • underlayment
  • ice and water protective barriers
  • ridge vents
  • ridge shingles
  • other venting

After finding hail damage on a roof, some homeowners ask us whether it would make sense to hold off on repairs or replacement until they detect a leak. While we can understand the desire to put off what may seem like an unnecessary repair, our experts agree hail damage is a necessary and critical repair. Damage may seem inconspicuous at first glance, but it only takes a short time until something more noticeable happens.

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“Steve Kemper Builder contractors recently replaced our roof after some hail damage. The craftsmanship was great, and the customer service from the project manager was elite from start to finish. They are an honest, upfront company that truly values the people's interest for whom they are working.”

Josh E.

What Exactly Happens to My Roof During a Severe Weather Event, Like Hail or Extreme Wind?

When a shingle gets hit by hail it forces the granules into the mating and breaks down the bond to the asphalt. Most granules start to fall off of the damaged area, at this point the asphalt layer will be exposed to weather. The sun’s ultraviolet rays will weaken the exposed spots and make them brittle. Some will start to show themselves as bruises and possibly holes in the shingles. As the seasons pass and temperatures and weather patterns change the shingles expand and contract. This can cause curling and cracking after being weakened by hail. The exposed areas are then very susceptible to leaks.

Over time different characteristics will be visible to a trained inspector. Depending on the age, product exposed, angle of the roof (pitch), and the direction of the storm, your roof can be more susceptible to damage. Thus, an inspector can tell whether the damage is new or older.

Make sure you get a roof inspection as soon as possible after a storm event. Most damage is not visible from the ground. Our trained inspectors will have the knowledge to pinpoint the issues and make calculated assessment of reparability or the need for replacement.

The common materials are:

  • sheathing/decking
  • flashing
  • underlayment
  • ice and water protective barriers
  • ridge vents
  • ridge shingles
  • other venting

After finding hail damage on a roof, some homeowners ask us whether it would make sense to hold off on repairs or replacement until they detect a leak. While we can understand the desire to put off what may seem like an unnecessary repair, our experts agree hail damage is a necessary and critical repair. Damage may seem inconspicuous at first glance, but it only takes a short time until something more noticeable happens.

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After a severe weather event, you have a limited time to make an insurance claim.

At Steve Kemper Builder, our team is standing by after severe weather to make sure that we get the restoration process started right away.

Did you know that insurance claim periods vary? Well they do. Typically, there is a set amount of time a homeowner can make a claim after the damage occurs. And unfortunately this time period can expire whether you were aware of the damage or not. Steve Kemper Builder has technology that helps pinpoint the location, size, and severity of a storm. We then communicate this information to the insurance company and get a storm date or “date of loss”. Some “major” national insurance companies only allow six months to file and claim and get projects completed.

Once leaks occur, the damage can be extensive. Potential damage from mold, electrical issues, ceiling and wall damage from water, and even personal property losses can create a headache for any homeowner. The damage can also come very quickly and often is not initially detected until it is too late.

Don’t wait until the damage gets out of hand, schedule your free roof inspection with Steve Kemper Builder and let one of our caring and professional Project Managers help!

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