Dukes Roofing

Dukes Roofing

Dukes Roofing
14185 W Meadowshire Dr, New Berlin WI, 53151 USA


About Us

This residential contractor is a GAF Factory-Certified Contractor. GAF trains and tests thousands of the best roofers in the country and makes sure they're appropriately licensed and insured so they can offer the best warranties.

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Customer Reviews

3.7 (3)

Google Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers on Google

  • "Would definitely recommend Dukes Roofing to my family and friends or anyone in the Wisconsin area for that matter! When I bought my Grandmas house about 5 yrs ago, it was in need of a new roof then. So after saving up some money and having a few different companies give me an estimate. Dukes Roofing had the best deal, and made me feel good and informed me about it, like they were offering me a service instead of the other companies who just told me what I needed and how much it was going to cost. The roof looks perfect and it amazed me how quick they could take down an old roof and put a brand new one up! 5 stars all the way around"

    - J.T, Apr 27, 2023

  • "Dukes Roofing explained everything very well, were very polite, honest and professional. They made the claim process smooth and were very knowledgable of the construction industry."

    - D.L, Mar 23, 2023

  • "We have leaking in the garage chimney. Wood rotting. May have mold in the attic. I have been trying for years to get them to come out with no luck. No - I asked you to look at the roof because of mold growing in our attic. I will take pictures of the attic and post them."

    - D.W, Feb 17, 2017

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