Musket Group LLC

Residential Roofing

We Offer the Following Residential Roofing Services in Missouri, Kansas Oklahoma, and Arkansas

Emergency Roof Repairs
Storm / Hail / Wind Damage Repair
Roof Replacement
New Construction Roof Installation
Roof Inspection
Metal Roof Systems

Roof Maintenance Tips for Home Owners

When Bad Weather Strikes We’ve Got You and Your Neighbors Covered

Hail damage can be difficult to spot on a roof. If you have experienced hail in your neighborhood you probably have roof damage. It is important to repair that damage quickly so you can avoid damage to the interior of your home.

Metal and slate roofing are the only roofing materials that are truly fire resistant. Some asphalt and wood roofing can be treated for fire resistance but the treatment becomes less effective over time.

Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas are no strangers to severe weather, hail storms and tornados. Some roofing materials hold up better than others when hit with wind, hail and ice.

Your Roofing Material Matters

Metal Roof Tiles

Metal Tile roofs is one of the best affordable roofing materials available. A metal tile roof is lighter than a concrete or clay tile roof, more durable than an asphalt shingle roof, and easier to handle than long-run corrugate sheets.

Architectural Composite Shingles

Architectural roofing shingles are among the highest quality roofing products made. They are composed of a heavy fiberglass mat base and ceramic-coated mineral granules that are tightly embedded in carefully refined, water-resistant asphalt.

Clay Tile Roofing

Clay and concrete tiles are known for their durability and ability to withstand high winds, hail, and even fire. Both concrete and clay tile outlast other roofing materials, with manufacturers offering warranties from 50 years to the life of the structure.

Euro Shield Shingles

Euro Shield Shingles are rubber roofing shingles manufactured from recycled tire rubber; eco-friendly, affordable, hail resistant & will never crack. Rubber shingles are more expensive than asphault but are energy-efficient and will lower energy costs in the long run.

Composite shingles

Composite shingles also referred to as composite shingles is the most commonly used roofing material for residential homes. Composite shingles are less expensive than other roofing material and come in a variety of colors and shapes.

Stone Coated Shingles

Stone coated roofing is a good lightweight option. It's fairly easy to install and has a good fire and impact rating. Stone coated steel shingles are made from steel or some other metal. The Metal base is coated with stone chips and attached to the steel with an acrylic film.

Impact Resistant DaVinci

DaVinci Roofing material is an appealing option for homeowners that frequently have to repair and replace their roof after hail and wind storms. Not only are DaVinci roof systems incredibly durable but come in a variety of colors and textures including slate and shake styled shingles

CertainTeed Belmont Shingles

The classic look of slate, masterfully replicated in high performing asphalt shingles. Ideal for homes with steep-sloped roofs where the aesthetic of slate is preferred. The color palette includes deep blacks and grays and rich browns highlighted by shades of ochre.

Do You Need a Roof Inspection or Estimate? Contact us Today!