Milwaukee Rooftops found on
Residential and Commercial Properties
in Milwaukee and surrounding areas

We specialize in repairing and replacing the following roof styles on homes and businesses throughout Milwaukee, including the southwest neighborhoods (New Berlin, Greendale, Greenfield and Franklin), the western neighborhoods (Brookfield, Elm Grove and Waukesha) and northwest areas (Butler, Menomonee Falls and Germantown).

Even if your roof type doesn’t appear below or you’re unsure of the roofing style on your building, We Offer FREE ESTIMATES for roof repairs or renovation needs.

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Hip Style Roofs

hip style roof

The Hip Style roof has all sides sloping downward with no flat areas. Typically, the slope is fairly gentle, with each roof facet designed in rectangles or squares.

Hip style roofs have the best water drainage of any roof design, which eliminates the chance of standing water to accumulate on the rooftop. This roof design encompasses eaves around the entire house — providing added protection to the walls from weather and sun.

Gable Style Roofs

Gable Roof

The simplest and most popular style of roofing, the Gable Roof style has two upward sloping sides that meet in the middle — each side having the same degree of slope.

Gable rooftops are the most cost-effective style of roofing for ranch-style homes.

Mansard Style Roofs

mansard roof

The Mansard Roof has four sides and each side is double-pitched with two distinctly different slopes. Since the different pitch expands the roofline, Mansard style roofs offer the most attic space of any type of roof. Because the Mansard-style roofing is hipped at all four corners, it is not ideal in regions that receive large amounts of snow.

Gambrel Style Roofs

Gambrel Roof 2-sided double-pitched roof style

Very similar to a mansard-style roof, Gambrel-styled roofs are double-pitched, but only have two sides, instead of four. This roof style is most common on barns throughout the United States.

Due to the gambrel roof’s vertical grade overhang, it quickly helps snow and rain trickle down and off the sides of the roof.