Superior Roofing is a residential roofer serving Wichita, Kansas, and surrounding area. As your home team pro, we’re locally owned and fully licensed and insured. Our residential roofing contractors have more than 20 years of combined experience with roof replacements, roof repair and installation.
You can count on us for expert workmanship and exceptional customer service. Financing is available. Be sure to ask about our discounts for military, first responders and seniors!
At Superior Roofing, we specialize in fixing roof leaks due to storm damage whenever possible. Free roof inspection and repair estimate.
Count on Superior Roofing when you need professional new roofing installation in the Wichita area. Financing and discounts are available.
When severe weather strikes in Kansas, we’re here for you. We’re a trusted Wichita roofing company. We’ll inspect your roof for free to check for hail and wind damage, and then repair or replace your roof if needed.
When there’s significant wind, hail or other storm damage, roof replacement may be necessary. The pros at Superior Roofing will do the job right.
It’s common for commercial buildings to have a flat roof or one with a slight slope. Superior Roofing installs a range of popular commercial roofing systems for these properties.
Although asphalt shingle roofs are the most common Wichita residential roofing type, they’re not all created equal. Also known as composite shingle roofs, homeowners like them because they’re durable and affordable.
Superior Roofing uses Owens Corning for high-quality roofing materials and shingles. Designed for durability and strength, the heavyweight shingles are fortified to promote protection in extreme weather conditions.
If you’re looking for a long-lasting, durable roof material for your home, metal roofing is worth considering. It’s easy to maintain, weather resistant, and generally more affordable than other roof types.
Flat commercial roofs often use single-ply membranes. This type of roofing material consists of one sheet of rubber or synthetic material. It can be mechanically fastened, chemically adhered, or ballasted to the roof.
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) is one common type of single-ply membrane roofing. It’s a popular choice because it reflects heat on hot days and absorbs heat on cold days.
Another popular type of single-ply membrane roofing is polyvinyl chloride (PVC), or plastic. It’s made with less petroleum and oil than TPO while still keeping commercial buildings cool.