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Clark Roofing

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Clark Roofing’s owner, Dakota Hansen, is a Central Texas native. He was raised in Lorena, graduated from Lorena High School, and earned an Agricultural Leadership and Development (ALED) degree from Texas A&M. After graduation, Hansen moved to Waco for a corporate job in logistics. He also moonlighted for custom home builder and general contractor J. Michael Clark Builders, on the roofing side of the business. Hansen decided to pursue roofing full time. He was dating Clark’s daughter, Mandi, and today, Dakota and Mandi are married with three children. Since opening in 1987, Clark Roofing’s guiding principles have been superior quality and superior customer service at a reasonable cost. Because of Hansen’s custom construction background, Clark Roofing treats every job as a custom project. The smallest details matter. And those details begin with proposals, which are extremely detailed and accurate. “We do this so our customers will have a deep level of trust and understanding of the professional service they can expect, and they will receive,” says Hansen. Clark Roofing provides new roof construction, roof replacement, 24/7 emergency repair, preventative maintenance, and historic restoration. Residential options include metal roofs, flat roofs, asphalt shingles, and slate roofs. Commercial customers choose from single-ply – TPO/PVC, metal roofs, metal retrofit, spray coatings, modified roofs, EPDM, and built-up. Working with each customer to determine their needs and budget to provide the very best roof system and warranty possible, the team at Clark Roofing also works with insurance companies on damage-related claims. Clark Roofing also offers free roof inspections, the latest technology, and an insured and bonded team including Mike Anderson, general manager/commercial estimator; Joseph Hardy, residential sales manager; Ruben Flores, service manager, and Axel Tayson, project manager/commercial estimator.

Clark Roofing

22010 Woodway Drive
254/374-4477
clarkroofingtx.com

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