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Since 1978

We provide estimates year round.

Premier installer of specialty products (ex. copper gutter) and custom made systems for your home. 

We can repair, replace, add  or remodel anything on your home or business exterior.  

Roofing, siding, masonry, soffits, fascia, trim, vents, chimneys, gutters, downspouts, masonry,windows, doors, full remodels, basements and more! 

Commercial and residential buildings.

Brick house


Deciding whether to repair or replace a roof depends on several factors, including the age of the roof, the extent of the damage, and the cost of repairs versus replacement. When replacing, you can switch from cedar shakes to asphalt shingles and more.  There are options when you replace your roof.

Here are some things to consider when making this decision:

  1. Age of the Roof: The age of the roof is an important factor in determining whether to repair or replace it. If the roof is approaching the end of its expected lifespan (usually 20-25 years), it may be more cost-effective to replace it rather than investing in frequent repairs.

  2. Extent of Damage: The extent of the damage is also an important consideration. If the damage is limited to a small area of the roof, repairs may be sufficient. However, if the damage is widespread, or if there are multiple layers of damage, replacement may be necessary.

  3. Cost of Repairs vs. Replacement: Cost is another important factor to consider. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to replace the roof rather than investing in frequent repairs. This is especially true if the repairs are likely to be costly or if the roof is already approaching the end of its expected lifespan.

  4. Energy Efficiency: If the roof is old and inefficient, replacing it with a more energy-efficient option can help reduce energy costs and improve comfort in the home.

  5. Resale Value: If you are planning to sell your home in the near future, a new roof can increase the resale value and attract more potential buyers.

Brick Wall


When a brick is cracked or damaged, its structural integrity and ability to support weight can be compromised.

Here are some of the things that can happen to brick when it is cracked or damaged:

  1. Water damage: Cracks and damage to brick can allow water to seep in, which can cause further damage over time. Water can cause the brick to expand and contract, leading to additional cracks and weakening of the structure.

  2. Reduction in insulation: Bricks serve as an important component of the building envelope, helping to insulate the interior from outside temperatures. When bricks are cracked or damaged, they can no longer provide optimal insulation, which can lead to increased energy costs and decreased comfort in the home.

  3. Structural issues: If the damage is severe enough, it can compromise the overall structure of the building. In some cases, this can lead to sagging floors, cracks in walls or ceilings, and other structural issues that can be costly to repair.

  4. Aesthetic concerns: Cracked or damaged bricks can also be unsightly, affecting the curb appeal and overall appearance of the building.

Overall, it is important to address any cracks or damage to brick on your chimney as soon as possible to prevent further damage, potential safety hazards, bug infestations or major water damage.

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Gutters are an important component of a home's roofing system. They are designed to collect and divert rainwater away from the house's foundation, walls, and other structures. Gutters help protect the home from water damage, which can occur due to rainfall, snowmelt, and other precipitation events.

  1. Prevent water damage: Gutters collect rainwater and direct it away from the house's foundation, preventing water from seeping into the basement or crawl space. This helps to prevent mold, mildew, and other water damage.

  2. Protect landscaping: Gutters also prevent rainwater from eroding soil, washing away mulch, and damaging landscaping around the house.

  3. Preserve the home's exterior: Without gutters, rainwater can splash onto the home's exterior, causing damage to the siding, paint, and other materials.

  4. Prevent basement flooding: Gutters also help prevent basement flooding by directing water away from the foundation.

  5. Extend the life of the roof: By preventing water from pooling on the roof, gutters can help extend the life of the roof by reducing the risk of rot, mold, and other types of damage.

Overall, gutters play a critical role in protecting a home from water damage and ensuring that its exterior and foundation remain in good condition.

Choose from many types of great gutters and we will install a total rainwater removal system.  We have completed many specialized gutter systems for our clients over the years.  Typically our gutters are seamless.  Specialty gutter systems easy for us!  We have decades of experience.  

  • Brass gutter brackets

  • Copper gutters

  • Gutter guards

  • Seamless gutters

  • Leader heads

  • Ornamental downspouts

  • Rain chains

  • Rainwater harvesting systems

  • Sheet metal design work

  • Troughs and downspouts

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Let's talk about the replacement of any old, drafty, ugly, rotted  windows and doors that no longer match, provide energy savings or provide a clear view of the outdoors.   There are many styles and manufactures providing traditional and modern looks for your home or office.

There are many windows companies in our area with offers like buy 5 windows get 2 free.   Please note that when you start making changes on one item on your exterior, you may encounter other needs or issues.

That's where we are specialized and different from the other companies.  We can do it all from roofs, to gutters, to windows and door and more!

Our people can work on any and all parts of your home or building exterior.   Our teams can really do it all.  

Reasons for  new windows or doors:

  1. Energy efficiency: Older windows may not be as energy-efficient as newer models, which can result in higher energy bills. Newer windows are designed with improved insulation and materials that can help reduce your home's energy consumption and lower your utility bills.

  2. Comfort: If your windows are drafty or allow outside noise to enter your home, replacing them with new windows can improve your overall comfort level. New windows can help reduce drafts and noise, making your home more comfortable and peaceful.

  3. Home value: Replacing your windows can increase the value of your home. If you're planning to sell your home, new windows can be an attractive feature for potential buyers.

  4. Aesthetics: If your windows are outdated or in poor condition, replacing them can give your home a fresh, updated look. New windows can also improve the curb appeal of your home.

  5. Maintenance: Older windows may require more maintenance and repairs than newer models. By replacing your windows, you can reduce the amount of time and money you spend on maintenance and repairs.

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 The exterior of your building can be damaged after years of exposure to wind, rain, snow and more here in Wisconsin.   Neglecting siding or having it in  poor condition can lead to severe consequences, including water damage, mold growth, pest problems, structural issues, and more. If parts of your property's siding have been damaged, have it repaired rather than replaced and save yourself a full house siding replacement. We use only the highest quality, nationally-known brand name siding materials on every job.  When it is time, upgrade your home's exterior and increase the value of your home.  Lots of choices available to bring you amazing curb appeal and peace of mind.

  • Wood

  • Metal

  • Fiber cement

  • Vinyl

  • Stone

  • Brick

It's important to repair your siding as soon as you notice any damage. Delaying repairs can cause the damage to worsen, which can lead to more extensive repairs or even replacement of the entire siding. Here are some signs that you may need to repair your siding:

  1. Cracks or holes: If you see any cracks or holes in your siding, you should have them repaired as soon as possible. These openings can allow water to seep into your walls, which can cause water damage and even lead to mold growth.

  2. Warping or buckling: If your siding is warping or buckling, it could be a sign of water damage. This can also indicate that the siding was installed improperly or that there is a problem with the structure of your home.

  3. Fading or discoloration: Fading or discoloration of your siding can be a sign of weathering or sun damage. This can affect the curb appeal of your home and reduce its overall value.

  4. Loose or missing siding: If you notice any loose or missing siding, it's important to have it repaired or replaced as soon as possible. This can leave your home vulnerable to water damage and pests.

In general, it's a good idea to inspect your siding at least once a year to look for signs of damage or wear. If you notice any issues, it's best to have them addressed right away to prevent further damage.

Overall, the function of siding is to protect, insulate, and enhance the appearance of a building's exterior.



Dehling Voigt understands the issues building owners, property managers, condo & HOA associations and managers face.   Dehling Voigt is licensed and insured and ready to meet with your team to protect your business.   Every commercial project is special.  Take comfort we have decades of experience and ready to help you repair or replace your commercial roof.  Contact us today and we can inspect and plan with your for your specific roofing project.  

Popular types of commerical roofing:

  • TPO

  • PVC

  • Modified Bitumen

  • Built-up

  • Epoxy

  • Metal Coatings and Rusty Roof Restoration

  • FiberTite

Not sure if you need repairs or a replacement?

  1. Age: If your roof is approaching the end of its lifespan, it may be time to consider replacing it. Most commercial roofs are designed to last between 20 and 30 years, depending on the type of roofing material used.

  2. Damage: If your roof has been damaged by severe weather, such as high winds, hail, or heavy rain, it may be beyond repair. In some cases, damage can be repaired, but in other cases, replacement may be necessary to ensure the integrity of the roof.

  3. Leaks: If you're experiencing leaks in your commercial building, this could be a sign that your roof is no longer functioning properly. A leaking roof can cause damage to the interior of your building, including walls, ceilings, and electrical systems.

  4. Energy efficiency: If your commercial roof is old or damaged, it may be affecting the energy efficiency of your building. A new roof can provide better insulation, which can help reduce heating and cooling costs.

  5. Aesthetics: A new roof can give your commercial building a fresh, updated look. This can be important for businesses that want to project a modern image and attract customers.

Overall, replacing your commercial roof can help ensure the safety and integrity of your building, reduce energy costs, and improve its overall appearance. If you're experiencing any issues with your roof, it's important to have it inspected by a professional to determine whether replacement is necessary.



Ready to remodel your home exterior from top to bottom?   We are here to help.   Let's talk about your vision and walk your property to understand your expectations and project goals for your total home exterior remodel.



Dreaming of a finished basement?  Turn your dreams into reality.  

There are several reasons why you may want to consider finishing your basement:

  1. Increase living space: Finishing your basement can give you additional living space for your family. This extra space can be used for a variety of purposes, such as a playroom for kids, a home office, a guest bedroom, or even a home theater.

  2. Add value to your home: A finished basement can increase the overall value of your home. When it comes time to sell, potential buyers will see the additional living space as a bonus, and you may be able to sell your home for a higher price.

  3. Energy efficiency: Finishing your basement can also help make your home more energy-efficient. Insulating and finishing the walls and floors can help keep the space warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, which can help you save on your energy bills.

  4. Reduce clutter: If your basement is currently being used for storage, finishing it can help reduce clutter in the rest of your home. You can use the extra living space to store items that are currently taking up space in other areas of your home.

  5. Create a rental unit: If you're looking for additional income, finishing your basement can be a great way to create a rental unit. You can rent out the space as an apartment or even use it as an Airbnb.

Will finishing my basement increase my home value?

Yes, finishing or building out your basement can add value to your home. By creating additional living space, you are effectively increasing the square footage of your home, which can make it more appealing to potential buyers and increase its overall value.

According to Remodeling Magazine's 2021 Cost vs. Value Report, a basement remodel has an average return on investment (ROI) of 63.7%, which means that you can expect to recoup about two-thirds of the cost of the project when you sell your home.

However, it's important to keep in mind that the value added to your home will depend on several factors, including the quality of the build-out, the level of customization, and the local real estate market. In some areas, a finished basement may be a highly desirable feature, while in other areas, it may not be as important.

Overall, finishing your basement can add value to your home, but it's important to weigh the costs and benefits of the project before you start.

You should also consult with a real estate agent or appraiser in your area to get a better understanding of how a basement build-out could impact the value of your home.

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