Mk Roofing & Construction provides a comprehensive range of residential roofing services: Shingle Roofing, Metal Roofing, Standing Seam Metal roofing, also including Vinyl Siding, Pole Barn, Garage Construction services.
A well-crafted roof not only feels great and exudes a sense of comfort and security for your family and belongings from the elements but should also withstand the test of time. However, what happens when it runs its course and starts to fall apart? What happens when natural calamities such as storms and hail damage your roof? Even worse, water leaks and stains?
When the roof is damaged, you need someone who understands the roofing system and promptly takes care of the problem. At MK Roofing & Construction, we help residential clients throughout the Middlefield, OH area with all kinds of roofing repairs. We have a reputation for quality and integrity.
Shingles and metal roofing are two of the most popular roofing choices in the United States. They are both durable and affordable, making them a smart choice for homeowners. However, there are a lot of misunderstandings about the differences between the two. It’s best to learn the truth about the differences between shingles and metal roofing. We also install standing seam metal as our most durable and high-quality roof.
Pole barns and garages are effective ways to shelter your vehicles, equipment, and other valuable assets from the elements and prevent destruction or theft. If you’d like to add one to your property, you’ll need a company specializing in the pole barn and garage services. At MK Roofing & Construction, our team can build your new garage or pole barn to your specifications and with the high-quality materials you desire.
LeafGuard and gutter services are two home improvement projects that you should not attempt to undertake yourself. Gutter installation is a big project that requires equipment, and even if you have the equipment, you need to know how to use it properly to avoid damaging the gutters. As for LeafGuard, gutter guards should only be installed by an experienced professional. If you do it yourself, you could quickly end up damaging your gutters or, even worse, your roof.