Welcome! We are glad you found us.
We are a family-run, customer-focused business based in Sedona, Arizona with three generations and more than 40 years’ of on-the-job experience in the roofing industry. Founded in 2008, we (Wes and Jeremy Hahn – father and son) pride ourselves in our quality craftsmanship and long-term dedication to our customers who include business owners, homeowners, and contractors in Flagstaff, Sedona and the Verde Valley. We are fully licensed through the Registrar of Contractors and hold both general liability and workers compensation certificates (available upon request). In addition, we follow OSHA guidelines for all safety regulations.
Our Family History
The world of roofing is personal to us because it’s woven into our family history. It all began back in the 1930s and ’40s with Jeremy’s grandfather, Richard Lindberg, who worked in the building and roofing industry in Nebraska. Richard helped Wes (his son-in-law at the time) get his first roofing license. At the age of 20, Wes teamed up with his brother, Terry, and the two of them began roofing in Beverly Hills, California. Then in 1991, Wes relocated to Sedona where he gained valuable experience working for a variety of local roofing companies, further refining his skills.
Wes’ son, Jeremy (the 3rd generation roofer), lived and breathed the world of roofing from a young age through the mentorship of both his father and uncle. In addition, he spent 10 years in Australia where he continued roofing in an even hotter climate than Arizona’s (!) before settling in Sedona to join forces with his father.
Not Just a Client
Our clients – homeowners, contractors and business owners alike – are our priority. And we are not just saying that. Unlike other roofers, we do not view our relationship with you as a one-time deal, but rather, as an enduring relationship to be cultivated over time. In other words, we are always available– to answer your questions – or to address your needs as they arise – even years after your roof is completed. Rest assured that we will take the time to find out exactly what you’re looking for. And if you are undecided about what direction to take, we are more than willing to offer a range of suggestions specifically designed to meet your needs.
Feeling intrigued, but would like to see our work firsthand? No problem! We have worked on a number of familiar commercial buildings in Arizona’s business community. They range from The Hyatt in West Sedona to The Shops at Pinon Pointe and The Silver Cloud Building.
What is your process like?
At the time of your first call, we will gather information from you and schedule a time for either Wes or Jeremy Hahn to evaluate your roof. Next, we will put together a detailed estimate based on the information and measurements that were collected from your roof. Sometimes we will order a satellite image of your roof which can help with some of the measurements. Once the estimate is complete we will send it to you via email. If you have any questions about your estimate we are always here to help!
If you accept our bid, we will require a down payment and signed contract to get you on our schedule. Once your roof is completed and a final walk through has been done either by Wes or Jeremy, we will send you the final invoice for the remaining contracted fee. A complete roof replacement typically takes only one week from start to finish.
Why do I need roofing maintenance?
Roofing maintenance helps prevent problems before they arise. It is important to keep debris off the roof and out of gutters. We offer services to address these issues. Keep in mind, too, that it’s always better to find small problems when they are small before they become big issues!
How long will a new metal roof last?
A new metal roof will last the lifetime of your home.
Do I need a new roof?
Not necessarily. Sometimes a small repair is all that is needed. If a repair is an option, we will make you aware of that. However, sometimes the cost of repairs exceeds the cost of replacing the entire roof and in this case the latter is preferable.