From Waukesha to Milwaukee and all of Southeastern Wisconsin, trust the L.H. Krueger team to handle all of your residential roofing, siding, gutter, and home repair needs.
A great career benefits you in many ways, from the number on your paycheck to the smile on your face. L.H. Krueger is dedicated to providing our employees with fulfilling and rewarding careers in the residential exterior industry.
Like most other industries, the residential roofing industry has been facing a plethora of issues related to supply chain disruptions throughout 2021.
Wind, rain, and snow aren’t the only factors that lead to roofing, siding, and gutter damage. From the tiniest insect to giant pileated woodpeckers, we know what it takes to preserve your home from all destructive elements, environmental or organic.
Clogged or damaged gutters can lead to hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repair costs if left unchecked. We recommend homeowners inspect and clean their gutters twice annually: once in the fall when the leaves have fallen and once again in spring in anticipation of increased precipitation.
Some people may rake their roof to alleviate heavy snow loads, but this is usually not necessary in normal Wisconsin winter conditions—Depending on snow density. The most common reason homeowners rake their roof is to prevent the creation (or reduce the impact) of ice damming.
A Top 10 Business of the Year, L.H. Krueger and Son is now guided by Lyle’s children Ryan Krueger and Leah Krueger-Bitar. Both are actively involved in the business and have the industry knowledge to ensure your roof, gutter, and siding repair or replacement project is done right the first time.
Wisconsin winters can be rough. Fall is when you need to show the exterior of your home some love and prepare it for winter. Making time for home maintenance can help prevent expensive repairs and preserve the value of your home. The following five tasks are essential to prepare your home for winter, but they are easy and inexpensive, so let’s get started!