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Better Than Guaranteed Roofing in Louisville & Lexington

If you’re not completely satisfied, we’ll pay a competitor to install a new roof. The FIRST and ONLY roofing company we know of with a guarantee of this kind! Based on feedback from local clients we heard that many roofing contractors make promises, but few truly stand behind their work. We decided to demonstrate our commitment by guaranteeing your satisfaction like no other company has before. If you’re not completely satisfied with the quality of the roof we installed, we will even pay a competitor to install a new one for you! Call us today for a FREE Digital Roof Analysis.

Welcome to HKC Roofing and Construction, Louisville and Lexington’s trusted roofer. We are the source for roofing products and services. We serve the Greater Louisville, Lexington, and Northern Kentucky areas with roofing repairs as well as new installations for residential and commercial projects. We are your source for a wide selection of roofing products, including metal roofing.

In addition to being Louisville and Lexington’s roofer, HKC Roofing and Construction is also the expert source for home improvement products and services including sidingwindows & doorsgutters, and insulation.

Do you need help with a roofing issue or a roofing replacement project? Looking for a reputable, professional source for home improvement work? Call the Louisville and Lexington roofers – HKC Roofing and Construction. We’ll provide you with excellent products and unsurpassed service at a price you can afford.

Roofing News

  • Hiring a Roofer? Do the Research!

    Installing a new roof is a major investment, and to make sure the job gets done right you need to find a quality contractor. Just because a contractor claims they can do the work quickly and cheaply doesn’t mean they’re the best choice. When looking for the right roofing contractor, a few questions and a little investigation will go a long way. Here are a few important questions you should ask before signing on the dotted line. Is this contractor established? While you shouldn’t write off a roofing contractor just because they’re new to the business, knowing that a roofer…
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  • Cool Roofs: Good for the Environment, and Your Wallet

    During the peak summer months, traditional American roofs can reach temperatures of between 150F and 185F. Having a hot roof means you are throwing money away trying to keep your home cool. Below, we’ll take a look at why having a traditional roof is inefficient during hot weather, as well as simple solutions that will keep your home cool all summer long. Solar reflectance, also known as albedo, is the percentage of the sun’s energy that is reflected by a surface. The materials commonly used in roofing today are not very reflective, absorbing 85 to 95 percent of the sun’s…
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  • Summer: Keep Cool Air In, Hot Air Out!

    Your home’s windows are an important element in keeping the heat out and the cool air in. HKC offers energy efficient options. If you haven’t already considered replacing your windows, it may be time. Windows are one of the thinnest parts of your home and you want to make sure they’re well equipped for high temperatures. The warm weather is already here. As summer officially approaches it is important to have your roof flashing, caulked, and shingles inspected in order to prepare for summer storms. Check for continuity of shingles on the panes of the roof and on the ridges….
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  • Roof Construction Safety: What You Need to Know

    When tackling any sort of construction work, safety should be priority number one. People will unknowingly put themselves in dangerous situations by skipping vital safety precautions. Working on a roof can be especially hazardous, so let’s look at some of the steps you can take to do the job safely. Organize Your Work Area Make sure that your work area is clean and organized before starting any construction work, and make sure any pets or children are blocked off from your work area. Also, identify any hazards such as power lines or ice patches. Manage the Risk of Falling Most…
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  • Repair Options for a Shingled Roof

    The storm winds were blowing and the shingles were flying. Or maybe that giant oak-tree in your neighbor’s yard decided to shed a heavy branch directly over your living room. There’s no avoiding it, you are faced with the decision of whether to patch or replace your damaged shingled roof. Making such a big financial decision can be intimidating, but understanding the pros and cons of each repair option will ensure that you make the right call in protecting your greatest investment. Patching The first and cheapest option is simply replacing a small section of your roof. This may be…
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