What Makes Us The Best Twin Cities Shingle Contractor
For over 40 years, Twin Cities homeowners have depended on Midwest Exteriors Plus for expert installation of shingle roofing. Our crews are not just good—they are the best roofers in the Minneapolis area, because our company’s ongoing training programs make them the best.
Midwest Exteriors Plus – Owens Corning® Platinum Preferred Contractor
Midwest Exteriors Plus is also one of only five Owens Corning Platinum Contractors in Minnesota, selected by invitation from the Owens Corning Roofing Contractor Network. Our roofers pride themselves on putting down shingle roofing reliably, accurately, and quickly.
Shingles are an ideal choice for Twin Cities homes because of their initial low cost and wide selection of color and styles. When you couple the excellent products of GAF and Owens Corning with our dedicated, professional Minneapolis roofers, you get a superior shingle roof that protects and preserves your home’s value.
GAF® Master Elite Contractors
We are a GAF Master Elite roofing contractor, part of an exclusive group from the top three percent of roofers nationwide. GAF produces more shingle roofing than any other company, and we have the know-how and expertise to apply their products perfectly.
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