Dan Netko Exteriors
Over 30 years of quality
Contracting Services
Window & Door Installation
Siding Installation
Roofing Services & Repair
Chimney Restoration & Repair
Exterior & Interior Painting Services
Storm & Hail Damage
Minnesota licensed Contractor

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15 year warranty on workmanshipRoofing Installation and Repair Services
Quality Roofing Contractor for over 30 years

Dan Netko Exteriors is committed to providing Minnesota homeowners with the best possible roofing products and services at competitive prices.  From the beginning, our business has been based on integrity, honesty and excellent workmanship. With over 30 years of experience, we can efficiently evaluate your roof project and come up with the best solutions that fit your needs and budget.

Call 612-201-1449 for a no obligation quote on your roofing project.

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Dan Netko Exteriors specializes in the following roofing contract services:

  • All Residential Roofing Projects
  • Complete Roof Replacements
  • New Construction & Addition/Remodel Roofing
  • Guaranteed Ice Dam Solutions
  • Structural Roof Repair, Shingle Repair, and Patching
  • Attic Ventilation Solutions
  • Low-slope and flat roofing and repair
  • Solar Tube and Skylight Installation and Repair
  • Storm damage, Hail damage, and Wind damage Repair
  • Light Commercial (townhouses, condominiums, apartment complexes)

5 Star Property Care Assurance

excellent home cleanupBesides providing unparalleled craftsmanship with the work we do, we take great pride in caring for our customers property and environment we work around. There is nothing we like less then a mess!

      • Excellent clean up of all work sites
      • Protecting all exterior landscaping (plants, bushes, trees, rock, driveways, etc.)
      • Protecting all interior surfaces
      • Properly sealing your home from the weather during construction
Customer Testimonials

"...Thanks for sending us great crews to replace both our roof and our siding. Your teams did a great job of understanding my needs and my concerns, performing great work, and cleaning up after themselves.  In addition, you did a great job working with my insurance company to get extra things approved that you thought we needed done, but that they had not included.  I did’t even have to get involved."
— Kate S. Plymouth

"…Dan Netko had done a wonderful job in the past with a roof on my house and when I contacted him about the siding he helped me explore all my options including cement and vinyl…"
— David G. Columbia Heights

“…The contractor was very patient and offered any assistance that was needed to make a decision that we would be comfortable with…the roofing crew that performed the job was very polite, kept us fully informed when they would arrive, kept us informed about weather related issues, worked quietly, dropped materials removed from the roof only in the dumpster, and cleaned up after themselves very well before they left. The crew only removed roofing materials that they could reasonably cover during the course of the working day…”
— Francisco D. Eden Prairie

Endorsed Roofing Products
certainteed roofing products gaf roofing products Malarkey Roofing products
owens corning roofing products tamco roofing products velux roofing products
Shingle Information

Asphalt shingles  come in a variety of styles from the simplest and least costly 3 tab style to the many
versions of  Architectural shingles.
The 3 tab style of asphalt shingle was the most commonly used shingle until the 1990’s.  They are still available, but most homeowners prefer the appearance, durability, and lifetime warranty of the architectural style shingles.

The Architectural style of asphalt shingles come in several distinctive styles at different price points.  The
most  popular and least expensive version is made by several manufacturers and is almost identical in appearance between brands, with similar lifetime warranties..  Two examples are GAF Timberline High Definition and Owens Corning Duration True Definition.  Both are excellent brands.

Cedar Shingles are made from Western Red Cedar, which is more rot resistant than other kinds of wood.  They are very distinctive looking, are quite a bit more expensive than asphalt shingles, and come in 2 different styles.  Without regular waterproof treatment, they can be expected to last 20 to 30 years, but will eventually rot.

Machine Cut Cedar Shingles are fairly thin with a smooth, flat surface.  Typically used on Colonial style houses.

Hand Split Cedar Shakes are thicker, with a rough uneven surface, lending a more rustic appearance to any house.  They are typically used on a rambler or split level style house.

STEEL ROOFING comes in many variations from large panel standing seam roofing to granular coated steel shingles made to look like tile or slate.

Roofing FAQ's

Q.  Once the project is started, do you work on it continuously until completed?
A.  Yes.  Once the crew starts on a job, they will not leave to work on any other job. Bad weather would be the only reason to delay completion.  

Q.  Are ridge vents better than individual turtle style vents?
A.  Ridge vents are not necessarily better than turtle vents.  They were designed originally to vent every space between each rafter above a vaulted ceiling where there is no common attic space. If there is a common attic space, the only important factor is the total square inch area for air to Flow out of the attic. If the house already has several turtle vents, it' s usually most cost effective To just add more turtle vents to achieve adequate air flow.

Q. Will ice and water shield on the overhangs prevent leakage from water backed up by an ice dam?
A.  Don't count on it.  That is what it was designed to do, but in the last 15 years we have seen that very often it does not work like it was intended to.  If you're getting ice dams and  one thickness of ice and water shield was installed per code, you will probably get leaks at some point.  The ice and water shield gets punctured by hundreds of nails from applying the shingles. It won' t seal perfectly around every one of those nails.

Q.  Is there any maintenance to do after I get a new roof?
A.  Yes!

  1. Clean leaves and twigs off the roof once per year, especially around vents, stacks and in valleys.
  2. Have roof inspected for damage by your insurance adjuster and a trusted contractor after a severe storm with high winds and/or hail.
  3. Inspect roof periodically for popped nails at flashings and vents etc. and damage from squirrels.
  4. Clean the dust off of the screens in the soffit vents every 2 or 3 years.  This will ensure free  air flow into the attic.  This is necessary to keep the attic ventilated and prevent ice dams.

Dan Netko Exteriors • 25821 168th Street • Big Lake, MN 55309 • Tel: 612-201-1449 • Email Us
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