Your Minneapolis Roofing, Windows & Siding Professionals
Midwest Exteriors Plus offers a variety of siding options for your Minneapolis area home. Increase your home’s value with new siding. Midwest Exteriors Plus of Maple Grove will help you find the best siding option for your home and your budget.
For over 40 years Midwest Exteriors Plus has served the Twin Cities region.
We are experienced, reliable Minneapolis roofers you can count on. In addition to roofing contractor services, we provide quality exterior remodeling service to our customers.We offer both residential & commercial exterior contractor services and cover the entire Twin Cities area.
Certified Minneapolis Home Improvement Contractors
Call Midwest Exteriors Plus today: (763) 445-4727
We are proud to work with Synchrony Bank, a division of GE financing. Midwest Exteriors Plus offers NO INTEREST if paid in full within 12 months. This allows homeowners to get needed repairs and replacements done in a manner that fits their monthly budget. Find out if you qualify for home improvement financing through Midwest and Synchrony Bank. The application process is fast and easy. Schedule easy monthly payments for much-needed home improvements. Apply Today!
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Your roof is more than just the design element that tops your home, it’s the key building component that shields the entire structure, your family and belongings from all kinds of weather. This makes it paramount that you pick a skilled, dependable installer and a durable, high-quality material to get big results when your roof […]
When the roof on your home needs replacement, it’s easy to get caught up comparing all your shingle options. Although choosing the right shingle is important, your shingles are just the most visible element of a complex system that’s comprised of multiple, equally-important components. If you want to give your home total protection, what you […]
Putting a new roof on your home is a major expense, so it’s not an investment that you want to make unless it’s really necessary. On the other hand, you don’t want to risk costly damage to your home’s structure and interior by waiting until your roof eventually fails.