With 30+ years roofing and siding experience, Dan was added to the staff as the siding foreman as soon as he was hired in 2007. When the company developed a full time service/repair department, Dan's knowledge and skill set was exactly what was needed to execute the expectation of success. On a daily basis Dan is able to identify and evaluate what issues a home owner may have and then find a solution to end such problem(s). He has been spotted with his tool belt assiting the repair crew when needed as well. Dan's busy schedule doesnt stop when he punches out for the day. He continues most of his days rooting for his 2 sons on the football field. He also enjoys watching football and and attending concerts with family and friends. Dan's commitment to quality customer service and overall satisfaction prove to be the core of the continuous success the company had set out to achieve within the repair department.
This ranch home had a new roof and gutter system installed. The homeowner opted to remove the coopala from... Watch Video »
The homeowner wanted to change the venting for the upstairs bathroom. We cut holes in the wood soffit and reinstalled new vents as well as insulated piping from fan to vent. We then added metal/ice shield over the hole where the lower vent was removed and new shingles were added.
We replaced missing and damaged shingles in the front of the house after a precise examination. No matter the size of your project, trust a reputable roofer like Stan's Roofing & Siding to help you fix your problem the right way, the first time!
Soffit assists in the ventilation of your attic space to help prolong the life of your roof. Without proper ventilation, you may experience mold and mildew build-up as well as increased utility bills do to loss of heat and or cool air.
Small finishing touches increase the value of your home in every way. Here the homeowner had lost a piece of their fascia boards. Our crew quickly and efficiently replaced the missing board to restore this home!
This customer called us out to have the soffit and fascia replaced on their garage. As shown in the photos, the fascia was completely missing and the soffit was starting to fall off as well due to weather damage. We stopped by to remedy the issue, quickly and effectively!
This homeowner had a decorative fascia that was splitting and falling off the front of the home. Our crew braved the cold and replaced the fascia with a straight cut piece to match the other side.
Hometown IL was hit with a really bad wind storm and this one of the many roofing repairs that we completed. This is a textbook example of storm damage- spreading outward from the areas hit by debris. Count on the pros at Stan's when your home takes a few knocks from Mother Nature!
This Hometown roof repair shows off how quickly a storm can damage your roof. This area was affected by an extreme wind storm, and the resident featured here had a big portion of their roof blown completely off! Our team was able to swiftly repair and provide a lasting solution to protect the home.
We completed this roof repair in Hometown IL. They experienced a severe wind storm that affected the whole area, and wanted help from a contractor that they could trust. Our team of experts gave an in-depth inspection, pinpointing the weaknesses of the roof and allowing our specialists to craft a solution to match the issues this home was facing.
After being damaged by the bad weather it was our duty to fix the shingles to restore the roof to its former glory. Storm damage can leave your home exposed to further damage and water intrusion- don't delay in having Stan's fix your issues!
This homeowner in Hometown, IL decided to add and replace the siding on the house. Even minor fixes deserve the attention of an expert- count on Stan's Roofing & Siding with your siding needs!
We replaced many shingles on the roof of this home to better protect the home. The client was able to save a bit and get a proper fix for their problem!
When bad storms hit, it is imperative to have your roof checked for any missing shingles or damage to keep your home secured. This homeowner lost quite a few shingles in a storm. There were also some that were just loose and needed to be re-adhered. Luckily our crew was able to repair them quickly.
Proper ventilation is needed to prolong the life of your home. This home was experiencing a few different problems with their ventilation and insulation and our team was able to correct it for them.
This homeowner was experiencing various issues in their attic. Our team discovered that the insulation was blown around due to improper ventilation. We sent our crew in there to evenly distribute the insulation for proper coverage once we fixed the ventilation issue.
Even the smallest of repairs can be completed by our crews. Here we had to add caulk to a chimney's flashing to seal it off from the elements.
When sealed properly, the area around a chimney will hold a tight barrier against the elements. Over time it may wear down and create issues for the roof and the interior of your home.
We got a call from these homeowners in Tinley Park about some leaky gutters. We went to the residence and provided a diagnosis and solution for their issue. Here you can see the finished job after we repaired the gutters!
This homeowners second floor gutters were starting to pull away from the house and cause major drainage problems. We re-attached them and created a slightly varied pitch in order to ensure proper drainage. Their home is safe and sound once more thanks to our expert help!
This homeowner called us stating their gutters on the back of their home had unfastened and bent onto their patio. With a quick few fasteners and a new gutter piece, we were able to give them a repaired drainage system. Call or contact us today with your gutter needs, we can help!
Old wooden fascia looses life through wear and tear from the weather. This homeowner asked our team to replace the beaten up wooden fascia and trim with new metal finishings. We were happy to help, and the difference is amazing!
Proper ventilation for your home is an essential component to prolong the life of your structure. This homeowner had our team add a vented soffit to give that extra benefit and breathability to their home.
When a trim piece is missing from the front view of your home, it can create a look that is very unpleasant. This homeowner lost a section of fascia. Our crew was quick to replace it back to give that great curb appeal it once had!
Soffit is a part of the ventilation system for your roof. When one section is missing, it does not function as intended! Don't let your soffits go unattended, count on the experts at Stan's.
This home wasn't getting proper ventilation in the attic. Our experts went to the source itself and added in a new ridge vent, as well as a few other types of vents, to restore the home's ventilation to proper standards.
Here is a roofing project that we completed in Tinley Park. This homeowner had hail damage and the insurance company paid to have their roof replaced. In the state of IL, homeowners are responsible for paying their deductible. It is the law.
The client loves the way we changed the appearance of this Tinley Park home by dramatically changing the color!
This homeowner had a portion of fascia that had fallen off in a high wind storm. Our team stopped by and was able to remedy the issue in no time flat!
The lead plumbing flashing of this home was cracked and was causing a leak into the house. Our guys quickly replaced it and set the homeowner at ease.
The homeowners had running water down their windows every time there was a rain storm. When we sent our expert to take a peek, he discovered that there were no gutters whatsoever on 80% of the building. We installed fresh new gutters to all of them, looking sharp and working effectively!
T1-11 Siding is among the most durable and long lasting types of siding available. While it is a plywood panel-based siding, it is also laminated on one side to add durability. This home needed various sections replaced as the wood had reached its point of stress from the elements.
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