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People make jokes all the time about "keeping a roof over your head" -but for our licensed, professional team of roofing experts, it's our promise to our valued residential and commercial clients.

We keep up to date on zoning laws, building permit requirements and homeowner's association guidelines, so you can be sure to get the job done right the first time - on time and within your budget. Our full menu of roofing services includes:

  • Gutter installation and cleaning
  • Residential and commercial roofing
  • Re-roofing
  • Certified roof inspections
  • Roof repair

Give us a call, and leave it to the area's leading roof experts - we're here to help.

Your roof is the most important safety feature of your home, it protects your from the elements, debris, and water. Aside from the importance of your roof for protection 40% of your homes curb appeal comes from your roof. We at Robson Construction Services provide our customers the peace of mind knowing they have a solid, watertight, beautiful roof that will last. We do this by working with our suppliers to provide the best possible materials and practices to ensure that your roof is not only beautiful but functional. All of our installers are extremely experienced and provide unsurpassed quality on all of our projects.

Common problems with Roofs

Roof leaks are a serious problem that plagues many roofs. This is caused by many things from improper installation, weathering, hail, faulty product, and other damage. How do I know if my roof is leaking? The most common sign of a leaky roof is stains that appear on your ceiling and roof sheeting in the attic. If you see any sign of a leak it is very important to address the problem immediately to prevent from father damage. The water that penetrates your building envelope can cause serious health problems dues caused by mold and in severe cases mold spores can be deadly. Not only is it important to fix immediately for health reasons but the sooner you identify the problem and address it the lest costly it can be.

Ice Dams
This is very common problem in Minnesota homes because of the severe winters that we endure. An Ice dam is created when an attic or roof is either improperly vented or when there is a warm area under your roof that melts the snow resulting in an ice dam. These ice dams can be very detrimental to your roof not only for the weight of the ice in a specific location it also cause the shingles and water barriers to become extremely weathered and in time fail.

Roofing Materials

Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt shingles are the most popular choice as a roof cover because it is cost effective and is visually appealing. The two major types of asphalt shingles are three tab (your basic shingle) and architectural (a more decorative type). These shingles offer anywhere from a 20 year manufacturer warranty to a 50 year manufacturer warranty. This type of though very durable and long lasting can be damaged very easily from hail, debris, and high winds.

Metal Roofing
Metal roofing has a great reputation for durability and its style. There are many benefits to this type of roofing in our climate zone, the most notable is that it sheds snow very well also it is not damaged by hail. Some find this roof not so desirable because in rain or hail storms it can be very loud (that classic "tink" sound).

Cedar Shakes
This type of roofing material is a timeless style that appeals to many people because of its long life and durability. Installation of this product can be slower than asphalt and is usually twice the cost in material. The down side of cedar shakes is that they can become covered in moss which created water issues and rot.

We Can Help Make Your Project a Success from Design to Completion.

Need help envisioning you project? Give us a call and we will schedule a free consultation to review the roofing, and outline different options that are available to you.





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