Roofer serving the Milwaukee, WI area
Professional Installation in just One Day for most roofs
- Beautiful - Many colors are available including affordable designer options.
- Durable - With our skills, your roof will last longer than the average roof.
- Affordable - We respect your budget and give you options that work for your budget. About 50% of our customers use our financing.
Your most important choices are made before our installers even arrive. Our system results in No Shortcuts. No Regrets.
- Metal valley flashings
- Flashings for soil pipes made for the type of soil pipes you have
- Wisconsin-style chimney flashings
- 6 feet of High Temperature ice and water membrane along eaves
You want your flashings to last at least as long as your roof.
Ventilation Done Right
As a ventilation certified contractor, we give you the information every customer deserves that will maximize the life of your new roof.
Our solutions-based approach extends the life of your roof while minimizing utility bill costs.
We analyze each roof and recommend the best type of ventilation for your home. We'll explain the benefits of active vs passive ventilation and assess if you have both intake vents as well as exhaust vents.
Different types of roofs benefit from different types of ventilation.
Longer Lasting, Less Reliance on Air Conditioning
Too much exhaust ventilation and you will trap warm, moist air in your attic. Too little and you won't establish a good draw from the natural process of convection. We break it down to a science. Get it just right and your house will be more comfortable, reduce your reliance on your air conditioner, ventilate out moisture in the winter and extend the life of your roof. Less energy usage means more savings for you.
One of the most unusual and challenging jobs we've ever done. With over 30 facets coupled with vaulting curves, this house now has the nicest roof on the block!
We Explain the Why and the How
We focus on real solutions and smart designs that don't have to cost you more than other roofers. Details like flashings, penetrations, ice and water protection, underlayments and even ridge cap shingles make a big difference.
What to expect for your Appointment
We respect your time just as we hope you respect our time and expertise. We are a no pressure company and our appointments average 60-90 minutes depending on how many questions you have and how complex your home is. We make it easier on you with the educational, or blog, portion of this website with the articles on the bottom of this page.
Protection from Ice Damming
Extensive freeze and thaw cycles are common in Wisconsin. This causes ice to build up on the gutter and back up into houses. We can't stop Wisconsin from happening, but we can reduce your chances of you having problems.
Through a combined process of ventilation and 6 feet of high temperature, rubberized ice and water membranes, we are able to reduce problems from ice dams to protect your home.
Protecting Your Home
We work to protect your windows and siding from damage that could be caused by debris falling from your old shingles falling off of your roof. When possible, we use our Equiptor to minimize debris falling onto the ground. After we are done, we will use a magnetic nail finder to locate as many nails from your old roof as possible. We've torn off roofs that have as many as 20,000 nails in them! We include cleanup and haul away of all of job-related debris with every project.
How we are able to do a One Day Install on Most Roofs
Good planning is the short answer. We order aerial surveys after you green light your project. We create a materials list and then stage it. If it is possible to have the shingle bundles unloaded directly onto your roof with a boom (think crane on the back of a truck) we do. We use our Equiptor whenever possible so the old shingles can be stripped and pushed directly into the Equiptor which allows us to then drive it over and dump it into our dump trailer. The saves time and allows us to be very efficient. We order more than we believe we will need because there's nothing worse than having a crew waiting for us to fetch materials. We have enough crew members there to do a tear off, install and clean up in what is just one day for most jobs. Bigger or more complex jobs can take longer.
We take pride in minimizing any impact or inconvenience.
The Energy Masters System
Roofing is one of the most important investments you can make. It pays to do it right the first time.
Emily and Michael – New Berlin, WI
We’re very happy with our gutters. We’re very happy with our roof and — we’re very happy with Jim’s whirligig dance. Ask him about it.Read Full Testimonial >
Terry & Amy – Milwaukee, WI
Energy Masters replaced our roof, all windows and our front entry door. We are very pleased with their professionalism and products. We are definitely going to contact them for any other projects we have come up.Read Full Testimonial >
Brett – Greendale, WI
Awesome work on everything. Very polite employees. Excellent work! Recommendation for roofing color spot-on. Windows in basement give excellent light and security to the house. Attention to detail was fantastic! Communication, service, workmanship was superb!Read Full Testimonial >
John and Rebecca – Bay View, WI
Very professional. Extremely clean about how they worked, which I greatly appreciated. We would definitely hire them again for all our future roofing/siding needs.Read Full Testimonial >
Learn More about Roofing
How to know when your Shingles go bad
If you’re not sure if you need a new roof, this may be the most important article you will read. To understand the wear patterns of a shingle you need to understand the 3 primary components of a shingle. If you look at your shingles closely and see something that looks like tiny white threads,…
Roofing Tips for Homeowners to Prepare for your Install
If you’re soon getting a new roof, you need to prepare for your install. These top 10 roofing tips for homeowners can make your experience as smooth as possible and set reasonable expectations for what can and cannot be done. The more you plan and prepare, the more likely you will be to have a great…
Roof Ventilation Needs are Changing
Ventilation needs are changing and you don’t need to be a building scientist to understand that building materials should change also. For nearly 30 years the ridge vent has been the gold standard, but it has since fallen. Homeowners with ridge vents are beginning to have problems. Case in point — in the winter of…
Where Should a Shingle be Nailed?
The nailing zone is a manufacturer-required nailing area just below the center of the shingles. Manufacturers have specific instructions for installation companies. They tend to give about 3/4″ to work with in order to optimize the grip strength each nail has to hold down the shingle. But it is not the nailing zone alone that…