Wichita Home Specialists


RECEIVE Quality That Lasts

If you are unsure about the state of your roof, or if you’ve experienced some roof storm damage, we welcome you to get in touch with our roofing contractors. We would be proud to provide your home with a complete 22-point roof inspection to ensure the damage is documented and the necessary roof repair services can take place. 


Contact us to schedule your free roof inspection today! Discover our other professional services such as roof replacement, new roof installation, emergency roofing services, and more!

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You shouldn't have to go through your day stressing out about your roof leak or upcoming roof replacement. You need a roofing company who has your back and can guide through the process.

We take pride in being a guide and source of relief for homeowners going through a stressful time. You can count on us to be there for you, from your roof inspection to the completion of your solar installation, roof repair or roof replacement.

No matter what service you need, it’ll be a culmination of proven products and expert craftsmanship that ensures great performance, protection against all the elements for decades to come, and a lifetime workmanship warranty to back it up.

Have you suffered storm damage?

Don't wait too long, call us today!

File A Claim Now

Most insurance companies limit their claims for hail damage to one year.

It’s best to call a Wichita advisor as soon as you can following a hail storm. Hail damage can either be ‘functional’ or ‘cosmetic’ in nature. Cosmetic hail damage refers to damage that does not affect the viability of the roof to perform its function.

In 2013, the American Association of Insurance Services, introduced a “Cosmetic Damage Exclusion” to allow insurers to avoid coverage for cosmetic damage. However, sometimes a roof that has been functionally damaged will be passed off as only cosmetically damaged by the insurance company.

At Wichita Home Specialists, our qualified, trained roof inspectors will know the difference and can assist the homeowner to make sure the insurance designation is properly assigned.