Roofing & Siding :: Residential

Residential Flat Roof Installation & Repair on houses, apartments, townhomes, and condos, in addition to commercial properties. This may be an entire flat roof of a house, a flat deck area, or other partial roof area. Overhead Construction has the expertise required to tie in to existing shingled slopes at the transition area which is a common application on residential roofs.

Asphalt Shingles are one of the most traditional solutions for residential roofing. The standard three-tab asphalt shingle is also one of the most economical choices in the Midwest today. The shingle products being made today are usually guaranteed for 20, or in some cases 30 years, making them an excellent value. They are are available in a dozen or so different colors for either a solid or blended roof.

Wood Shingles or Cedar Shakes are hard to beat when it comes to gorgeous looks and curb appeal. Wood shingles are relatively smooth and cut to a uniform thickness, although they vary in width, while wood shakes are thicker and rougher, being split rather than sawn from the logs. All wood roofs are meant to breathe and should be laid over a substrate that allows air to circulate

A Slate Roofing System has the classiest, most celebrated appearance  of any roofing material on the market. Slate is a tried-and-true, high-quality roofing solution. Roofing slate is a dense, durable, naturally occurring material that is essentially nonabsorbent. The surface texture of slate, after being split for commercial use, is derived from the characteristics of the rock from which it was quarried. Some slate splits to a smooth, practically even surface, while other yields a surface that is rough and uneven. The color of slate is determined by its chemical and mineral composition. Because these factors differ in various regions, roofing slate can be obtained in a variety of colors. In addition, exposure to weather causes slate to change color. The degree of change varies depending on the slate. Slate exhibiting minimal color change is known as “permanent” or “unfading” slate. Slate that shows a more marked color change is known as “weathering” slate. Between unfading slate and weathering is “semi weathering” slate.


When selecting the proper exterior siding for your home, you have a number of options. We specialize in Vinyl, Steel and John Hardie Board Siding.

Vinyl Siding is by far the most popular siding product in our area for many reasons. From beauty and great curb appeal to durability and low installation cost. Vinyl siding also mimics the look of freshly painted wood, while remaining virtually maintenance free. It won’t peel, rot, or flake, giving you years of outstanding protection with no upkeep.

Steel Siding is perhaps the toughest, most durable, longest lasting siding presently available to homeowners. Add to that the fact that for a few extra dollars per foot you can get seamless steel, and this material is tough to beat. When compared to other siding materials on the market, steel rises to the top of the pile for many reasons. The first is simply its strength and durability. It’s resistant to the bumps, dents, and other dings that any siding product is sure to endure. The other clear benefit of steel siding is its longevity. When properly maintained, it will last forty years, and will only need repainting every 20 years or so.

John Hardie Board fiber cement siding is noncombustible. Approved for fire-rated construction. It resists rotting, warping, cracking, hail, and high winds up to 150 mph. John Hardie Board siding is 5x thicker than vinyl siding, providing more durability and protection for your home, plus the ColorPlus Technology is a factory applied, baked-on finish color that provides up to 30% better color fade resistance than competitive products.


Hail and Storm Damage Repair is necessary for ALL types of buildings and structures. Please visit our detailed section on Hail and Storm Damage Repair for complete details on the services we offer.

*Our residential service area includes the following Minnesota cities:Andover, Anoka, Apple Valley, Arden Hills, Belle Plaine, Big Lake, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Carver, Centerville, Champlin, Chaska, Coates, Cokato, Coon Rapids, Dassel, Deephaven, Delano, Dellwood, Eagan, Eden Prarie, Edina, Elk River, Elko New Market, Excelsior, Farmington, Forest Lake, Glencoe, Golden Valley, Hutchinson, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville, Litchfield, Little Canada, Maple Grove, Medina, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Monticello, Mound, Mounds View, New Hope, New Prague, Northfield, Orono, Plymouth, Prior Lake, Ramsey, Richfield, Rogers, Rosemount, Roseville, Savage, Shakopee, St. Cloud, St. Louis Park, Vadnais Heights, Waconia, Watertown, Wayzata, Winona, St. Paul, Hastings, Mankato, Alexandria, and Rochester.