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Why Diversified Construction & Roofing?

With over 20 years of experience in the Kansas City and surrounding areas Diversified Construction and Roofing based in Shawnee Kansas has been providing expert construction, roofing and restoration services.
 A family-owned company that takes pride in serving the businesses that we have come to know an have helped build and maintain in Kansas City and surrounding areas.
Our team of knowledgeable and experienced staff are here to help you in all general contracting and roofing needs. We pay attention to detail on every project large or small to providing you the highest quality of workmanship and service.
Client satisfaction is  guaranteed and are top priority in all our projects of all sizes in residential, commercial, tenant move in and restorations.
We are based in Shawnee Kansas in over 20 years have developed required knowledge of dealing with municipalities and networking with subcontractors across the Kansas City region.
Call us today  (913) 735-3776
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What’s The ROI In Preventative Maintenance

As someone who has experience in owning a large facility more than 40,000 ft.² I would say that the bigger the facility the bigger the “ROI” Return on investment will be with a preventative maintenance program. When I say experience I mean experience in winning and losing the preventative maintenance game, the larger the facility the larger the expense, downtime, cost and consequences from neglecting what could’ve been some of the smallest repairs.
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Kansas City Severe Winter Elements

Kansas City’s unpredictable weather can be severe with its ice storms, snow storms,  heavy rains and wind, hail and freezing temperatures.  We all breathe a sigh of relief when we look up at our roof and see if everything is still in place though, sometimes things may not all be as good as they appear. Raised shingles can settle back down after the wind stops, broken seals may be fine this time around but should probably be taken care of before the next storm.
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