Mike Hansen and Steve Biegert teamed up to start White Castle Roofing in 1985. They were both small town Nebraska boys with a shared commitment to work hard, be honest, and make the customer happy. They lived their values and made sure everyone at White Castle Roofing was on the same page. We’ve grown a lot over the years, not because of clever marketing or advertising, but because we know that if we do things right and treat people fairly the rest will take care of itself.
We work with a lot of different types of people, from the armchair roofing expert to the people that don’t know the first thing about roofing. We’re glad to meet you where you are and make sure everything gets done the way you want it to. We have a lot of fun helping people find the right solution to their roofing problem.
We built our business by word of mouth referrals from happy customers. Now, the most common way for people to review us is to post something online, and we LOVE it. Seeing positive reviews and winning awards is a validation of the way we do business.
We’re always looking for ways to help local families in need. A few years ago we started a program called “Free Roof Rescue”. Every year we do three free roofs for local families that are facing hardships and need a helping hand. Our other initiative is called “Grand Giveaway”. Every month in the roofing season we randomly select three customers to receive a $500 rebate check and then we donate another $500 to an approved local charity of their choice. These programs have been a great and humbling success.
Roofing is not rocket science, but if you don’t know what you’re doing you sure can make a mess of things. We’re certified by all the top shingle manufacturers and all our employees are trained and experienced.
We also have a good General Liability Policy and we carry Workers Compensation Insurance. Workers Compensation Insurance is important to you because it takes the liability off the homeowner in case anything happens to a White Castle employee while working on your property. Although the law requires it, it is expensive, so some roofing contractors choose to not carry it.