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New gutters, soffit and fascia

New gutters, soffit and fascia

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This house in Milwaukee was being remodeled and we replaced the gutters, soffit and fascia along with cutting in 2 new smokestacks.

Roof Replacement in Milwaukee, WI

Roof Replacement in Milwaukee, WI

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Replacing a roof in Milwaukee, WI. This roof needed to be replaced due to age of 25 years old and had some leaking by the chimney. After completely ripping off all three layers we installed the new roof and properly sealed the chimney, stopping the leak. 

Garage Leak Repair in Milwaukee, WI

Garage Leak Repair in Milwaukee, WI

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This garage was leaking in 5 different places and as you can see on the before image, this leak was causing issues with wood underlayment. We came out right away and replaced the damaged wood and shingles with brand new wood and brand new IKO Dynasty shingles to prevent any more leaks and damage. The homeowner can now store whatever he wants in his garage, knowing it will be safe and dry when he closes the door.  

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Trusted roofing contractor in Milwaukee County, WI

When it comes to creating a strong roofing system, you'll need a contractor who provides care and quality at every stage of your roof repair or replacement project. That is why Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley is committed to The Klaus Roofing Way, which promises a great customer experience, high-performance tools, and lasting results.

We guarantee:

  • Property protection
  • High-performance products & tools
  • Licensed & highly trained roofers
  • Strong & beautiful roofing systems
  • Open communication
  • FREE roofing estimates!

Not sure whether you need a roof replacement or repair? We offer thorough roof inspections and free service estimates in Milwaukee County, WI and nearby!

Quick & efficient roof repairs

Has your home experienced harsh weather or roof leaks? Roof damage can take months or even years before becoming obvious. That is why regular inspections and maintenance will help you preserve your roofing system. We also offer roof repairs for missing shingles, ice dams, installation failures, and more.

Our roof repair services:

  • Hail damage repairs
  • Storm damage repairs
  • Ice dam removal & prevention
  • Roof ventilation
  • And more!

Create a stronger and more reliable roofing system with roof repairs from Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley. We proudly serve Milwaukee County, WI and areas nearby.

Durable new roof installations

Want to create a stronger roofing system? Sometimes roof repairs just won't cut it. If your roof experiences reoccurring problems, has sustained severe damage, is older than 20 years, or just needs a makeover, then a roof replacement would make more sense. A new roof will not only better protect your home from pests, moisture, winds, weather, and other outdoor elements, but it can also boost your home's curb appeal.

Unlike other roofers who cut corners and just install a new layer of shingles, Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley reinforces every layer of your roof, which creates a stronger system overall! Not sure whether you need to repair or replace your roof? We provide thorough roof inspections where we examine your roofing system, pinpoint issues, and recommend the services you need.

Schedule a free roof replacement estimate to learn more. We proudly serve Milwaukee County, WI and areas nearby.

Schedule a free roofing service estimate

When it comes to creating a beautiful, stronger, and more valuable home, you'll need a roofing system that looks as great as it protects. Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley provides reliable roofing services with high-performance tools and modern techniques. Plus, our customer service is unbeatable – we promise open communication, property protection, and quality at every stage of your roofing project.

Schedule a free roofing estimate in Milwaukee County, WI and nearby today!

Case Studies From Milwaukee County
Although the owner wanted to fix the leak coming from this home's chimney flashing, he needed us to come out because he couldn't make it up the roof...
Job Stories From Milwaukee County, WI
Leaky roof causing electrical issues in Milwaukee, WI

Jimmie W. of Milwaukee and his wife moved into their new home within the last year. His wife compiled a list of to do's and his job was to make sure the items could be crossed off of his honey-do list :) 

To their surprise, they were experiencing electrical shortages in their dining room ceiling. There was water leaking from the ceiling and it was affecting the electrical. He went into the attic and found the source of the roof leak. As a temporary fix, he has placed a tarp in that area of the roof to deter any additional moisture getting into his home. Jimmie was reassured Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley could absolutely help him solve this issue.

Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley immediately booked an appointment to have a Roofing Consultant conduct a free inspection. Jimmie was grateful.

Check back soon for the final resolution and hear how Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley was able to provide a solution to Jimmie and get him a dry, safe home.

Roof Replacement in South Milwaukee

Bruce B. in Milwaukee, WI contacted us because he noticed his ceiling was damp and starting to bulge. We showed up to give him a free estimate and decided that a roof replacement with new decking was needed. 

We started by tearing everything off the roof, then rebuilt the decking with CDX Plywood. The next step was to install Ice & Water and Underlayment before putting on the shingles. We also cut out a new ridge vent to ensure the home stays properly ventilated and added chimney flashing. 

These homeowners now know that their home is safe with a completely new roof put on the Klaus Roofing Way by Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley! 

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Leak Repair in Milwaukee, WI

This is a before photo of a chimney cap on a ranch style home in Milwaukee, WI. The homeowner saw a water spot on the ceiling in her entryway and didn't know where it was coming from.

She called Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley to investigate, we determined that it was an easy fix and the best solution was to re-caulk the chimney cap with clear TryPolymer Sealant. This homeowner is now happy knowing that the leak is gone and wasn't a major issue. 

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Roof Repair - Milwaukee

This owner noticed a few shingles missing after seeing some leaks after some hard rains inside after just moving into their duplex. Water can cause damage to the roof deck as well as the inside of the house, so they found us on Home Advisor to come out for an inspection. 

After investigating, we could see that the last repair on this 10-year-old roof just added a layer of IKO shingles on top of the last layer instead of getting to the root of the problem. The shingles were sliding down because whoever installed them, did so into plank sheathing with gaps in it, so the nails aren’t grasping the roof deck or plywood, which causes shingles to come loose. There was also no Ice & Water protection installed underneath the shingles. 

There was a bump on the second story south side of the house, so we removed existing shingles, used IKO Gold Shield Ice & Water around the entire area above the bump on the exposed wood, taped all seams with seam tape, and used ring shank nails so they won’t pull up in the future. After re-shingling the area with IKO Dynasty Lifetime Shingles, we installed a new aluminum drip edge to avoid future leads. 

Our communication was swift and detailed, fixing their lead roof in just a couple of hours. 

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Vent Repair/Replacement in Franklin

 This customer had no damage or issue with the roof on his home at all he just wanted to put a vent in his roof above his kitchen area along with a bigger vent put into his roof in his bathroom. The owner supplied the vents and most material used and our team installed!


The final product was we added a large kitchen vent for them as well as replaced a 4-in bath vent with a 6-in bath vent and the customer was very pleased with the finished product.

Chimney Flashing in Hales Corners

Although the owner wanted to fix the leak coming from this home's chimney flashing, he needed us to come out because he couldn't make it up the roof anymore. This leak was causing water stains in the ceiling, which could lead to further damaged insulation in the attic space, as well as mold. As you can tell from the image shown, there were already some indicators of moisture entering the home, like moss growing between damaged shingles. 

This home is a great example of repairs that could have been solved with IKO Goldshield Ice & Water around the chimney. We would have also replaced all flashing around the chimney and any surrounding shingles.

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Skylight Repair in Franklin

This home needed repairs to a leaky sunroom light that had water dripping into its sunroom. As you can see from the before image, the repairs made previously were less than effective, causing the homeowners anxiety every time it rained or snowed.

We were able to create a custom skylight flashing and also replaced all the rotted wood underneath a few rows of shingles. We used IKO Ice and Water to stop the leaking, CDX plywood to replace the rotted wood caused by the previous leaks, and a new kick-out flashing that would run the water away from sitting about the skylights.

Ryan brought Nick and Ralph on the job to assess the situation since we have never really seen anything like this- we wanted to make sure the estimate was accurate, and that all the work needed to be done could be accomplished.

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Partial Roof Replacement in Milwaukee

This homeowner knew his roof was in bad shape and wanted us to come out for an estimate. He noticed an inconsistent leak, with consistent damage. This leak caused the drywall to crack, stain, and even fall apart. After our inspection, it seemed like the roof didn't have any Ice and Water Shield to protect his roof from water. No wonder he had the ceiling repaired twice!

We did a partial replacement on the entire front of the house, making sure to install IKO Goldshield Ice and Water protector to completely waterproof his roof.

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EPDM Roof Replacement in Wauwatosa

This sunporch was causing a leak that damaged the inside of the home and rotting the floor joints! The ceiling was rotting away in their office where they worked, affecting their day-to-day life.

This could have been due to standing snow- they had a rolled roofing material on the flat roof that's not designed to see any foot traffic. It could have also been improperly installed.

To solve their problems, we replaced the rolled roofing with EPDM Rubber, replaced all the rotted wood floorboards with CDX plywood, and sistered in new floor joints.

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New Roof in Greenfield

This roof had a leak coming in from their front window. water was getting in through the rotted roof decking and lack of IKO Goldsheild Ice and Water protector. This was not only causing damage to the shingles and rotting roof deck but was also causing damage to the inside of the home. This could have been due to a lack of proper underlayment and poorly pitched gutters.

In order to make this issue no longer a problem, we replaced the entire roof, all rotted roof decking and soft spots, and replaced their gutters with brand new ones. Check out the journey of a roof replacement!

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EPDM Roof Repair in Milwaukee

This EPDM flat roof section was wearing down to the point where there was a hole, and the homeowners didn't want this to start leaking and cause even further damage. 

This could have been due to poor workmanship years ago, but we were able to patch up their questionable area on their EPDM roof using special EPDM rubber as soon as the weather was appropriate. 

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Roof Replacement in Sections - Milwaukee

On this project, we did a partial roof replacement. The roof was beyond its service life, and there were areas with shingles and flashing in bad condition. 

There were leaks coming in, causing drywall damage to the interior of the home. This caused headaches and anxiety every time it rained or snow melted. 

Since the homeowner couldn't get financed to do the whole project, we accommodated them by replacing a section at a time so the leaks could stop in the area we replaced. Even though we weren't able to replace the entire roof, we will always do everything we can to take less off of our customers' plates. Our project manager even ran to Lowes to pick up tarps for the homeowner so we could tarp some sections of the roof that they couldn't afford to replace at the time.

There were two layers of shingles and cedar shake on their decking, which was mostly rotted. Their original shingles were Cambridge shingles so we were able to find a good shingle to match that at a lower cost. We also made sure to use IKO Ice and Water protector over the entire section we worked on for some extra protection and longevity against any future leaks. 

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Kitchen & Bath Vent Upgrade

This homeowner was looking to upgrade their kitchen and bath vents. A vent fan will draw out moisture and odors from the bathroom, improving air quality, while kitchen vents are commonly flipped on when homeowners start to fry or sauté foods that may smoke or smell. In reality, you should turn on the exhaust fan anytime you cook on the stovetop. Not only was it a good idea to upgrade them, but many building codes also now require it for new construction or when major bathroom remodeling is underway.

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Chimney Flashing in Milwaukee

This home had a lot of leaks due to severe ice damming over the winter, as well as poor workmanship from previous patches and installations. Just take a look at how this chimney flashing is curling up, just inviting water to come in! 

Orlando, one of our team members at KRS, and his crew took an inordinate amount of time on the problem areas to make sure there are no more future leaks in those areas. He even said there had already been two repairs on that section and want to make sure there will never be a 4th repair to that area.

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Roof Repair in Milwaukee

This roof had a leak that was causing interior damage, which could have been caused by various reasons such as age, a bad step flashing, or even the 4 layers of shingles. Worried this leak would progress into something larger, we removed all the layers of the roofing, installed IKO Ice and Water protector on the entire area, re-shingled, and step flashed against the brick wall.

Want to know KRS is on your side for the best results?

Nick brought Ralph out to take a look to make sure it was something that we could fix. We didn't want to sell a job just to sell a job. We wanted to make sure we could stop the leak and make sure it never leaked again.

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Helping a friend in Milwaukee

We don't just fix your roof, we can fix your friend's roof, too! This homeowner's friend knew they had trouble with some bills but was in need of a new roof. We were more than happy to coordinate with all parties involved to make sure this was a seamless operation & a stress-free journey. 

Why choose Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley? Here's what we've learned from this job story:

1. We show up on time for your scheduled appointment (This homeowner informed us that apparently, this isn't normally the case for other contractors!)

2. No matter how the project is paid for, we'll work with you, the homeowner, and/or other financing options

3. We're here to make sure we give you WOW service

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New roof in Milwaukee

This homeowner didn't think there was enough ventilation, and also mentioned it would sometimes leak! We were able to work with their schedule, the weather, (sometimes, life just happens!), and their hopes of getting everything done before winter settled in. 

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Partial Roof Replacement in Franklin

Even though this roof was newer (7 years old), they had a severe ice damn last year that caused significant damage. The painter that helped them with some repairs mentioned how the roof looked different in the spot where the ice damn was. The homeowner mentioned how their original roofers came out and didn't think anything was wrong, but she still wanted a second opinion. Klaus Roofing Systems to the rescue! In this before photo, you can guess where their large ice damn formed, just by looking at the gutter areas.

We replaced some rotten and damaged wood with CDX plywood, along with IKO GoldShield Ice and Water Protector on the entire area to help avoid similar future ice damns from damaging their roof. We installed new Owens Corning Duration architectural lifetime shingles, as well as Air Vent ShingleVent II ridge vents on all ridges. With new flashing in the valley, this roof should be able to withstand the coming winter storms.

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New Gutters in Milwaukee

For this project, we needed to install new gutters and a new downspout. Sometimes, the downspouts won't work where you want to see them, but it'll be the best way to keep the integrity and improve the longevity of your roof.

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Warped Roof in Cudahy

Do you have a warped and wavy roof?  Has your insurance company threatened to drop you if you don't replace you roof immediately?  Klaus Roofing Systems will quote your new roof and have it installed quickly and efficiently.   We will make sure that your insurance company is satisfied as well as you are loving your new roof!  we install new roofs any and all seasons!

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Insurance Claim

We had some really bad wind damage to our roof. Klaus Roofing Systems come to the house right away and assessed the damage.  They wrote up the quote and worked directly with our insurance company to get all damages covered.  The repairs were completed expediently, and we couldn't be happier!  Thank you Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley, Keep up the great work!

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New Chimney Flashing

Water was leaking through the chimney flashing, causing extensive damage inside the house.  We removed the existing materials and installed new Ice and Water, step flashing and aluminum counter flashing around the chimney.  We then installed new IKO Dynasty shingles in the repaired area.

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New roof in Milwaukee

Do you NEED a new roof?  Do you have shingles missing, curling, falling off?  Let Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley give you a free quote for your new roof!  We have an excellent 50 year transferable warranty and we are committed to providing WOW Service!

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Protect your house

Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley promises to protect your biggest investment, your house.  We use 6 feet of Ice and Water while other roofers may use only 3 feet.  With Wisconsin weather, we have found that that the homes here need that extra protection.  Our vision is to be the preferred roofing contractor who achieves consistently positive result for our employees and customers.

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Roof Replacement West Allis

I own a rental property in West Allis and the roof was severely damaged in the last windstorm.  Ryan came over right away to evaluate the damages and found that we needed the roof re-decked in order to be up to code.  He advocated for me with my insurance company and he was able to help me get everything that I needed in order to have a new roof that was up to code AND Klaus Roofing Systems standards, which are very high.  I now have a new roof and a 50-year warranty!  Thank you, Ryan, for going above and beyond for me!

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Replaced roof in Milwaukee

My rental house and garage both needed a new roof right away.  Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley was able to replace both roofs and I was pleasantly surprised that they could do the work in winter.  I would highly recommend using them and I would use them again myself on my other houses!

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replaced defective roof

This roof was only 11 years old and due to improper installation; entire sections of the roof were falling off!  The house had major leaks inside and had to have ceilings re-done as well as wood replaced.  We installed a brand new, 50 YEAR WARRANTY roof!  This warranty also covers the labor-you can't go wrong!

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Squirrels in attic, Milwaukee

This winter, Deborah had an electrical mast that was pulled out by an issue with the electrical pole on the street. This put a large hole in her roof, and damaged her soffits, fascia, gutter, and siding. The holes were so big that squirrels were able to find their way into her attic. After having an electrician out to replace the mast, we came out to re-deck and reroof that corner of her roof, as well as disassemble and reassemble her soffit and fascia. While we were out there, we ran a brand-new gutter along the back of her roof. Everything is looking good as new and with a cage and a little peanut butter, her attic should be squirrel free in no time.

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EPDM Roof Replacement in Milwaukee

Miss. Barbara had an EPDM roof blow off after a bad windstorm. When our Roofing Specialist arrived, he noticed how bad the situation was and arranged for a tarp to be placed on the damaged area. Barbara was so happy to see that we were willing to go above and beyond for her and not leave her with an exposed roof or make her tarp it herself before the replacement was taken care of. She was very relieved that we did a great job tarping so that no water would go into the house, because we had a few days of rain before we could replace the roof. The installation went very smooth because Barbara had done her best to take great care of her current roof. Once finished, she expressed that she was more than delighted to see all the hard work we had done and how efficient we were. We appreciate you Barbara and we are always here for you!

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Efficient Attic Space in Milwaukee

Mark called us out to add a ridge vent to his house. Upon inspection of his roof and attic, we found that we could not install a ridge vent, as there was no ridge on the house, and instead, the peak of the roof was flat and roofed over with rubber. We instead ran a calculation for the size of his roof and how many box vents it would need and installed those instead, bringing the exhaust ventilation up to code. We also noticed that he had little to no eave ventilation, so we installed new soffit vents along all his eaves to keep the attic as cool as possible and bring the intake ventilation up to code. Mark now has a much more efficient attic space that will keep ice dams from forming in the winter, and keep his A/C bills down in the summer.

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Leaky Chimney in Milwaukee

This chimney flashing was in terrible shape and had been covered in tar as a band-aid for a much deeper problem. After removing the tar and the aluminum flashing hidden underneath, we found there was no ice & water protector underneath, and no step flashing installed, meaning water being driven from the side could easily find its way underneath the flashing. We installed new Sealoron XT ice & water protector, step flashing, and a new aluminum counterflashing to properly protect the chimney from wind driven rains.

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No More Leaks in West Allis

After another company replaced this homeowner's roof, it was discovered that they did not install step flashing along the side of her dormer. They also did not install new flashing on her skylights. All of this was causing leaking all over the house. We came out and corrected the work that was done. We started by adding new step flashing, adjusting the siding so it covered the flashing, and installing 2 new skylights. At the end of the project, the customer was very happy with the work we did.

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Fixing Venting Issues in Wauwatosa

Patrick called us out to take a look at his ventilation. After reviewing his roof, we found he had approximately 10% of what he needed to have a properly ventilated attic. With that in mind, we added a ridge vent on one section of the attic, and box vents in another (where a ridge vent could not be installed). He now has a properly ventilated attic, which will lead to less ice damming issues in the winter, and less heat transfer in the summer.

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Bend Metal to Save a Roof in Shorewood

The owners of this house called us out to take a look at the house they had recently moved into. The roof was brand new, but whoever replaced the roof did not replace one of the most crucial points: a complex metal valley. Often details like this are skipped over because installers want to save time or don't have the ability to deal with complex metal bends like this. We came and replaced the entire metal section with new metal. The leak was so bad that it had rotted out the wood beneath it, so we made sure to replace that with fresh CDX plywood. At the end of the day, it's details like this that separate a "good" roof from a great one.

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New Roof in Milwaukee

Some older roofs, especially in Milwaukee, have multiple layers of shingles laid over cedar roofing. This project had 3 layers of asphalt shingles on top of cedar shingles. Layering shingles like this can lead to all sorts of problems like shingles falling off, leaks, and more. We always tear the roof down to the wood, as we believe this is the only way you can ensure the roof will do its job properly.

On this project, we also put on brand new deck boards across the whole roof. Cedar shingles need to be attached to spaced-out deck boards to let them breathe, meaning the roof will be covered in big holes after the cedar is removed. Putting on new deck boards after removing cedar is essential if you want the shingles to stay on your roof.

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Roof Replacement in Milwaukee

This job went extremely well. We were able to deliver materials and use our new company truck, named Buckey. Once materials got on site, we started working on replacing the roof. The homeowner was excited to see the new roof go on so efficiently. After the project was done, we cleaned up and packed up Buckey for the next project ahead. 




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Chimney Flashing Leak Repaired in Glendale

Paul had a leak in his rubber chimney flashing. The water had made its way past the rubber, 2 layers of insulation board, the deck boards and into his house. We had a repair tech in the area with rubber materials on hand, so we were able to get his leak fixed just 2 days after signing with us. A quick turnaround for an urgent problem.


New shed roof in Milwaukee, WI

There's no roof too small for Klaus! Susan called us out to take care of her shed which was in desperate need of new shingles. Half the shingles were missing, and the other half were deteriorated beyond their usefulness. We came in and put a Klaus on their house. We treat every roof the same from our high quality underlayments to our impact resistant shingles. Just because it's a shed, doesn't mean it should leak. At the end of the project, Susan was happy we gave new life to her aging shed.

Leaky roof in St Francis, WI

This owner called us reporting that she had a few leaks in her 10-year-old roof.  Upon our inspection, we found that the roof was in pretty good shape.  The leaks were actually happening in between the gutters and roof due to debris and blockage in the gutters.  We installed brand new Raindrop Pro Gutter Guards (after cleaning out the gutters of course) and this solved the entire problem.

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Roof Repair Contractor in Milwaukee, WI

This roof was suffering from several failure points and required some attention. When we met with the homeowner, he expressed that the main roof and the garage leaks are the priority. We set him up with options of helping his needs and settled on a plan he was comfortable with. This was a quick but much needed repair and will keep him safe and dry for years to come. 





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Soffit Repair in Milwaukee, WI

This home in Milwaukee, WI. was suffering from a leak. They gave Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley a call, and we came out right away.  When our roofing specialist came out, he noticed where the leak was coming from.  Some damaged soffit was the culprit causing all the issues this homeowner was facing. We repaired the damaged soffit and restored the homeowner's faith in their roof. 

Roof repair in Greenfield, WI

Homeowner had a section of roof that was sagging dramatically and looked in danger of falling off. When we went out there, we removed the decking, and determined that the original framer used short screws to install this section, and it wasn't enough to hold, long term. We jacked up the section and shored up the framing with longer screws. We installed new ice & water protector and IKO Dynasty shingles. When we were done, the previously slouching section looked as good as new!

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Navigating Renewal and Redemption

Nancy is seeking corrective measures for issues arising from a recent installation that included roof and gutter replacement. The gutter system exhibits problems such as separated end caps, poorly installed downspouts, and missing drainage components, requiring redesign and replacement. The roof, inspected via drone due to no attic access, shows raised drip edges causing shingle displacement, necessitating remediation along with chimney re-flashing and addressing flashing issues at the 2nd-floor outside corner. Coordination with the original contractor involves reviewing the contract for the scope of work and potential credits or refunds. Challenges include communication following the original contract holder's demise, while the next steps involve preparing a comprehensive quote, and collaborating with the client post-severance from the original contractor. The proposed work aims to rectify current issues and enhance the overall integrity and functionality of the roof and gutter system. Nancy gave us a great review and said the team's commitment to excellence was evident in the exceptional quality of their work.

Ridge Vent Repair in Oak Creek

In response to a request for ridge vent repair on a roof, our team engaged with Ammar, a client with a roof less than 10 years old. Ammar expressed a need to reroute bath vents currently connected to the ridge vent. Ammar and his wife Sara, initially discussed rerouting bath vents with our team. Subsequently, he engaged us to investigate a fire damage claim. Ammar had been denied by his insurance company, prompting a visit to assess the situation. Upon meeting with Amar, we diligently inspected the roof for heat damage. Despite being unable to identify heat damage on the shingles, Ammar had tarped a section of the roof that required replacement. Our commitment to client satisfaction led us to schedule a follow-up visit on Tuesday morning to further assess the situation and determine the extent of any damage. We remain dedicated to providing effective solutions and assistance to Ammar, ensuring the longevity and integrity of his roofing system.

Roof and Gutter Replacement in Shorewood, WI

The customer, a homeowner of 17 years residing in a duplex in the upper unit, discovered the issue on the northwest side inside a closet. Further investigation revealed a roofing composition of cedar shakes beneath asphalt shingles.


A pivotal meeting unfolded with the homeowner. This encounter was made possible through a referral from a friend of the homeowner, a satisfied client from a previous garage roof project undertaken the previous summer. The call for repair uncovered a multitude of issues in the attic and with the rubber and asphalt roofing. Consultation with sales rep Nick ensued, leading to the decision to provide the homeowner with quotes for her and her husband's consideration. The likelihood of a rubber roof installation in the upcoming spring was discussed.


To address aesthetic preferences, the choice of black granite shingles and black gutters was confirmed, with 50% of the payment already received for asphalt and gutters, as well as for RD (presumably roof repair) and rubber.


Notably, the homeowner expressed her satisfaction by giving a 5-star Google review during the appointment. The project specifications were summarized succinctly: "Glacier Shingles, Black gutters, small drip white, big drip black, deliver to walkway." As the narrative unfolds, it outlines the journey from identifying a leaking roof to the collaborative planning and decision-making for a comprehensive roof repair and replacement project.

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Roof and Gutter Replacement in West Allis, WI

In response to the aging roof on Jim's residence, a detailed plan has been developed for a full roof and gutter replacement. The existing roof, which is over 30 years old, consists of two layers of asphalt over cedar on the main house and two layers of asphalt on the front porch. A precautionary 40 square feet of additional tear-off has been included to accommodate any unforeseen circumstances, such as an extra layer, or to provide a buffer for potential cost overruns. The selected Castle Grey shingles have been confirmed for the replacement.

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Roof and Gutter Repair in Milwaukee, WI

After a thorough assessment of his roofing and gutter issues, Mr. James opted for a targeted solution. The existing roof and gutters, both aged at 15+ years, presented challenges with leaks and functionality. During our meeting, James expressed his preference for a tailored approach and requested three separate quotes. These options included a quote for the roof on the house only, followed by variations that involved the addition of gutters, and finally, a comprehensive package covering the house, garage, and gutters. After reviewing the options, James decided to proceed with the roof repair for the house only, excluding the garage. This focused approach allows for the immediate resolution of issues while maintaining a budget-conscious strategy. Additionally, James chose to integrate new gutters into the project, enhancing both the functionality and aesthetic appeal of his roofing system. The color preferences discussed during the meeting were incorporated into the final plan.


We are delighted to announce the successful initiation of Mr. James's project, implementing a targeted and effective solution to address his roofing and gutter concerns. Our commitment to transparent communication and customized service ensures that Mr. James's expectations are not only met but exceeded.

Soffit and Fascia Repair in Brown Deer, WI

Talonda and her husband, Corey, homeowners of their residence for five years, recently scheduled a meeting to address issues with their soffits and fascia. Recognizing the urgency with the impending snow season, they sought repairs for holes in the soffits and fascia.

During the meeting, specific repair needs were identified, including fixing a hole in a 4' wooden soffit panel located on the front right of the garage overhead door. Additionally, the plan involves removing a rotted wooden decorative rake edge on the south side near the chimney and replacing it with metal. Further repairs include replacing approximately 3' of wooden soffit board on the south side at the second level, where the roof line meets the first-floor roof. These repairs are necessitated by squirrel damage.

To address the concerns effectively, the proposed repairs account for the impact of squirrel munching, ensuring the longevity and resilience of the replaced components. Following the repair work, the customer plans to paint the installed elements white to seamlessly integrate them with the existing aesthetic.

We are committed to providing Talonda and Corey with a comprehensive repair solution, ensuring the durability and visual coherence of their soffits and fascia. The goal is to fortify their home against the elements and enhance its overall curb appeal.

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Comprehensive Roof Renovation House and Garage Overhauls in Milwaukee, WI

The proposed project involves an extensive renovation for both the house and garage roofs. For the house, the plan encompasses the removal of existing roofing down to the wood, with the inclusion of necessary tear-offs. Any rotted or damaged wood will be replaced with specified CDX plywood, and loose plywood will be securely back-nailed. The installation of KRS SealoronXT Ice & Water Protector, SealoronXT Deck tape, VeloraONE Synthetic Underlayment, and new aluminum drip and rake metal ensures enhanced protection. Vent pipe boot and chimney flashings will be replaced, with additional features like Tri-Built starter, IKO Dynasty architectural lifetime shingles, Airvent Shinglevent II ridge vent, and IKO Dynasty Hip and Ridge Cap shingles, all contributing to a durable and impactful roofing solution.


Similarly, the garage roof will undergo a parallel transformation, addressing the removal of existing roofing, wood replacement, weatherproofing measures, and the installation of new metal components. The proposed roofing system for the garage mirrors that of the house, promising a comprehensive upgrade.


Additionally, the deteriorating condition of the roof indicates signs of age and widespread damage, potentially stemming from hail. Given the extensive damage and the roof's advanced age, the need for a prompt and thorough renovation is evident to prevent premature failure and ensure the roof's longevity and functionality.

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Renewing Your Shelter: A Roof Restoration Journey in Cudahy, WI

In the midst of a comprehensive renovation endeavor, the focus now turns to the roof of the single-story house. With concerns arising, particularly at the south corner, where signs of wear and tear are apparent, attention is directed towards addressing these issues promptly. The roof, aging beyond two decades, stands as a testament to the house's history, signaling the need for a rejuvenating transformation.


Engaged in a meticulous rehabilitation process, the homeowner seeks solutions that balance quality and affordability, mindful of the broader restoration efforts underway. With the interior undergoing a thorough gutting and the house unoccupied, the timing aligns perfectly for the roof replacement project. The scope extends beyond mere shingle replacement, encompassing the repair of deck boards and the installation of gable vents to optimize attic ventilation.


Reaching out to familiar allies, such as Klaus Roofing Systems by Buck Buckley, underscores a relationship founded on trust and reliability in roofing repair services. Tom's previous collaborations with us serve as a testament to our commitment to excellence. Moreover, with aspirations to extend the restoration efforts to the detached garage, the homeowner is poised to embark on a comprehensive journey towards revitalizing their entire property.

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Addressing Roof Leaks: A Roof Replacement Solution in Milwaukee, WI

Concerns arise as leaks persist from the bathroom light fixture during rainy weather, signaling potential roof issues that demand immediate attention. With a focus on roof replacement and installation, our team steps in to resolve these issues swiftly and effectively.


The homeowner, residing in the house for four years, seeks resolution for the roof's age-old dilemma. Upon inspection, deficiencies in attic ventilation become apparent, compounded by improperly sealed vents. These issues not only contribute to leaks but also compromise the overall integrity of the roof.


In collaboration with the homeowner, we conduct a thorough examination of the attic, identifying the root cause of the leaks and offering tailored solutions. Understanding the urgency of the situation, the homeowner opts for a comprehensive approach, bypassing the need for drip edge replacement to expedite the process.


Driven by a commitment to quality and efficiency, our team embarks on the roof replacement project with diligence and expertise. By rectifying past installation errors and ensuring proper ventilation, we aim to deliver a long-lasting solution that brings peace of mind to the homeowner.

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Leaking Rubber Roof Repair: In Milwaukee, WI

The homeowner is dealing with a leaking rubber roof over his porch, which is part of a larger rubber roof system comprising three sections. One section is leaking near the edge and chimney. The roof is 20-25 years old, and the homeowner is unsure if it can be repaired or needs to be replaced. Patching is not a viable solution, so the homeowner is seeking quotes for repair or replacement. There are uncertainties regarding the amount of rubber needed for the repair. The area around the chimney, and the little spot on the front of the house are the two areas we are focusing on.

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Roof Repair Estimate for Loose and Missing Shingles: In Milwaukee, WI

The customer contacted us seeking an estimate for a roof repair due to some asphalt shingles coming off their roof. They mentioned being unsure of the roof's age but stated that they purchased the home over a year ago and have noticed loose and falling shingles. Despite these issues, there are currently no leaks. After discussing the repair, we were able to negotiate a deal for a full roof replacement. The customer opted to keep the existing pod vents but decided against adding gutters to stay within budget. They will pick up the deposit check on Monday. Additionally, we will dispose of a satellite antenna and add a bath hood for the second-floor bathroom. It is likely that the customer will finance the second half of the project.

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Roof Repair Estimate for Flashing and Gutter Issues: In Whitefish Bay

The customer requested a repair for their existing asphalt shingle roof due to flashing issues on the addition, which was not installed properly seven years ago. They also reported problems with a gutter section that has an open end against brick, leading to water leaking into the basement. The repair involves counterflashing about 18 inches of step flashing on the rear addition into brick, adding an end cap, and sealing the flashing area. Additionally, there is a leak at the rear dormer window, for which the customer requested the replacement of two 1x sticks and sealing with kickoff flashing to divert water away from window edges. Although the customer plans to replace the 40 square rubber and asphalt roof within the next few years, they are currently looking for a good contractor to perform the mentioned repair, with a quoted price of $1,500. The customer has a bundle and a half of new shingles in case the counter flash requires it, but it is unlikely to be needed. Upon inspection, it was noted that the 15-year-old rubber roof has significant water leakage issues, with frost intrusion in the attic and water leaking in around the stink pile, as well as the entire rubber roof to asphalt shingle roof/wall transition. Due to the cold weather, it was not possible to fly a drone for a closer look, and a thorough inspection will need to wait until the weather improves. Despite these challenges, the customer agreed to proceed with the work as is, understanding that the rubber portion of the repair will need to wait until Spring regardless of whether a repair or replacement is needed. The proposed work includes replacing one metal window roofing with rubber, installing new wood in rotted sections on either side of the window, repairing the gutter end, and adding counterflashing to the step flashing.

Roof Repair and Balcony Railing Replacement Project: In Milwaukee, WI

This project involves repairing a flat/foam/single-ply roof that is leaking in multiple areas. The client has identified a small leak above the roof and a rubber roof leak on the second floor, which is causing water to leak into the bedroom/office. Additionally, there is a leak in the rubber roof at the back of the house on the first floor, which was unsuccessfully repaired with tar. The project also includes removing and reinstalling the existing rotten railing on the second-story balcony porch. The client purchased the home in 2022 and is unsure of the age of the roof.

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19 year old roof repair: In Shorewood, WI

The homeowner is dealing with a leak in the ceiling of the foyer, directly under a section of the roof where the original attic space was enclosed. The roof, 19 years old, is in rough shape, and a partial replacement is deemed the only option. Due to the leak and the overall condition of the roof, the homeowner received a quote for a full roof replacement, including some extra labor for custom metal bending and the use of GRANITE BLACK IKO shingles. However, the homeowner needed to discuss the options with their spouse before making a decision. They are planning to replace the roof within a couple of years, but it's recommended to go with the full replacement option now for long-term cost-effectiveness, especially given the leaking areas and the need for ice and water barrier and custom bent metal flashing to seal the leaking area.

Roof Replacement for Long-Term Homeowners: In West Allis, WI

Mr. and Mrs., long-term homeowners who have lived in their house for 47 years, are seeking to replace their 3-tab roof, which was last replaced in 1999. While there are no current leaks, the roof is missing drip edge and is very worn out. They are considering quotes from several companies and are particularly fond of Buck's Lab, expressing interest in potentially adding a puppy to sweeten the deal. The couple, both in their 70s, plan to leave the house to their daughter upon their passing. The project includes a full demo and presentation. Additionally, they have LeafFilter installed, which needs to be removed and reinstalled, and other repairs include tying in two dormer downspouts, securing sagging fascia metal, redecking due to rot, and replacing the detached garage roof. The scope of work involves removing existing roofing to the wood, replacing any rotted or damaged wood with CDX plywood, and installing various components such as ice and water protector, synthetic underlayment, new aluminum drip metal, vent pipe boot flashings, chimney flashing, starter strips, architectural shingles, ridge vent, and hip and ridge cap shingles. The project aims to enhance the roof's durability and longevity for this dedicated homeowner duo.

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