Expert Restoration Service is your leading single-source/full-service roof consulting evaluation testing, and design firm. We have provided roofing services to the construction industry for decades, evaluating, designing and managing more than three million square feet of roofs across the United States. Our roof consulting services provide owners and managers with the necessary information to solve their roofing needs; information that protects their investment, equipment, facilities, work staff, and inventory from unwanted moisture.

With the high cost of building construction and increasing frequency of hurricane strength winds and natural disasters many insurance company now require verification of roof system attachment. Because of this we also offer a variety of special testing services. Being that moisture intrusion into a building isn't always from the roofing system, our team of consultants is trained to also assess surrounding building envelope systems for possible deficiencies. Our service capabilities include:

  • Roof surveys and assessments
  • Non-destructive moisture evaluations
  • Specialty field testing, including infrared thermography
  • Roof design and specification - for new roofing, reproofing, and maintenance
  • Quality control inspections
  • Roof management programs

Our comprehensive services means you don't have to hire several consultants or oversee portions of the project yourself. We offer cost-effective, long-term solutions to your roofing and building envelope needs.


fireAfter a fire, we secure structures and prevent further loss. Our experts will evaluate the damage and formulate a plan for reconstruction, working closely with your insurance carrier throughout the process.



hail damageIn Indiana, the last few years has resulted in significant amounts of hail damage. Homeowners need to be proactive in checking for hail damage. Our staff can provide help to repair property that has suffered hail damage.



windDamage caused by windstorms or tornadoes can run the gamut. On homes that can be repaired, it is extremely important that measures be taken immediately to minimize additional damage.


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