Located in Olathe, Kansas, Vision Construction serves the greater Kansas City, Missouri area and beyond, including Kansas, Colorado, and Louisiana. For roofing projects big and small, we’re the first roofing contractor you should call.
Whether you need a full roof replacement, emergency repairs, or patches, Vision Construction can help you with all your Kansas roofing needs.
After high winds, heavy rains, tornadoes, hail, hurricanes, and other severe weather events, there’s a good chance your roof will sustain damage and require professional repair.
Navigating homeowner’s insurance and finding a repair company to work with your insurance carrier can be difficult. Vision Construction is an expert in this area.
Vision Construction is dedicated to helping families repair their homes after major storms. We specialize in it! Our traveling roofing crews visit cities throughout the region, including in states like:
We strive to be the best roofing contractor for every homeowner we work with.
The cost of a new roof installation depends on a number of factors, including the condition of your existing roof, size, slope, and type of shingles and roofing materials. To learn more about pricing, request a free 21-point inspection by calling us at 1-888-360-8474.
Previous homeowners who have attempted roof repair on their own or hired subpar roofing contractors might be why your roof has multiple layers of shingles. Although it seems like multiple layers of shingles would do a better job of protecting your house, that is not the case.
Instead, the weight from the extra layer of shingles can cause an excess weight load on your roof and decrease the lifespan of the structure. The layers also can trap heat and moisture, which rots your roof decking and can create a fire hazard, especially if you have a wood shake roof.
Not removing all the old shingles before installing a new roof means you’ll never know if wood decking needs replacing. You’ll have spent a lot of money on installing new shingles, only to have to remove them a couple of years later to repair the decking.
An ice dam is created when a ridge of ice accumulates on the edge of a roof and prevents water and melting snow from draining off. Leaks and internal damage can result from ice dams.
Prevent ice damming by ventilating and insulating your attic and by installing ice and water barriers. This will keep your roof the same temperature as your attic and prevent patchy snow melt from forming ice dams.