About Renner Roofing Inc.

At Renner Roofing, we’re dedicated to guiding homeowners seamlessly through every step of the exterior restoration journey. Whether you’re in need of roofing solutions or siding installations, our seasoned service team and skilled construction crews stand ready to tackle any project with expertise and efficiency. As a family-owned business, we understand the value of trust and reliability, which is why we proudly put our name on the line to deliver prompt, personable, and top-notch service. Serving the entirety of southern Minnesota, we’re committed to exceeding your expectations and ensuring your home is both beautiful and protected for years to come.

Meet The Team

Nick Renner


Tony Renner

Director of Operations

Aiden Winn


Andrea Hokanson

Administrative Coordinator

Nicole Renner

Executive Assistant

Billy Bennet

Project Manager

Aaron Grimes

Project Manager

Marten Morem

Ind Sales Representative

Cody Leitner

Ind Sales Representative

Blake Patrick

Ind Sales Representative

Jack Eibensteiner

Ind Sales Representative

Seth Morem

Ind Sales Representative

Bret Jacobson

Ind Sales Representative

Brady Glynn

Ind Sales Representative

Mitch Anderson

Ind Sales Representative

Ben Lieser

Ind Sales Representative

Justyn Hermel

Ind Sales Representative

Alex Haapajoki

Service Representative

Levi Wangen

Ind Sales Representative

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Ice dams form on the edge of roofs typically in a valley or a gutter. They form from heat escaping from your house and melting the snow on your roof, the snow then re-freezes into ice and prevents water from running off the roof which then freezes causing more ice build up.

Ice dams can cause roof leaks and can eventually cause damage to gutters.

The best way to prevent ice dams are:

  1. Use Heat Cables: Heat cables can be installed when your roof is replaced or later on. Heat cables plug into your house’s outlets and heat up to prevent snow and ice from forming in areas prone to ice dams.
  2. Clean Gutters: Leaves and debris in gutters can prevent water from running off of your roof, making ice dams more likely to occur. Make sure to clean out your gutters every fall especially near the downspouts.
  3. Insulate your Attic: Oftentimes ice dams form because of inadequate insulation in your attic allowing heat to escape from your house. Consult a local insulation company to determine if the insulation or R-Value of your attic could be improved.
Architectural shingles can vary in life span depending on the quality of the materials used to make the shingle. Extreme weather like cold, snow, and heat can also speed up the life cycle of shingles. In Minnesota most asphalt roofs will last 15-30 years if they haven’t been hit by a major wind or hail storm. If your roof is nearing 15 years old, we recommend getting an inspection by a local contractor to determine how many years your roof has left and what if any preventative maintenance can be done.

Most insurance companies give their insured a one year window to complete the work for an insurance claim.

So as a homeowner you will have 1 year from the storm date to have the roof inspected by a contractor, have it inspected by your insurance, pick a credible contractor, pick a roofing material and color, and schedule a repair date. One year may seem like a long time, but this process can take a few months or more especially if the contractors in your area are busy. We recommend that you start your insurance claim process within a month of the date of the storm or as soon as a credible contractor inspects your roof and shows you photos of the damage.

If you had to delay filing your insurance claim for any reason you can always file an extension with your insurance company as long as the extension is filed at least two weeks before the deadline.

Renner Roofing offers a 50 year System Plus warranty on all GAF roofs that we install. The System Plus warranty is transferable if you sell your house within 20 years of replacing your roof. This warranty covers the material for a full 50 years. Renner Roofing also offers a 10 year workmanship warranty.

A typical house will take our crews one – two days to replace. Steel roofs tend to take a little longer so plan for two – four days for a typical house roof. This includes tear off, installing underlayment, installing shingles, and full clean up.

The main types of roofing materials installed in Minnesota are:

Architectural Shingles:

  • Lifespan: 15-30 Years
  • Cost: $13,000-$23,000 on an average house
  • Install time: 1-2 days
  • Hail Resistance Level: Low/Medium
  • Best Product: GAF Timberline HDZ

2. Stone Coated Steel Shingles

  • Lifespan: 40-60 years
  • Cost: $27,000 – $50,000 on an average house
  • Install time: 2-3 Days
  • Hail Resistance Level: Very High
  • Best Product: Tilcor CF Shingles

3. Standard Steel Shingles

  • Lifespan: 40-50 years
  • Cost: $37,000 – $60,000 on an average house
  • Install Time: 3-5 Days
  • Hail Resistance Level: Medium
  • Best Product: Edco Steel Shingles

4. Exposed Fastener Steel Roofs

  • Lifespan: 50-60 years
  • Cost: $16,000 – $27,000
  • Install Time: 2-4 days
  • Hail Resistance Level: Medium
  • Best Product: Central States Panel Loc Steel

5. Hidden Fastener or Standing Seam Steel Roofs

  • Lifespan: 50-60 years
  • Cost: $16,000 – $27,000
  • Install Time: 2-4 days
  • Hail Resistance Level: Medium
  • Best Product: Central States Horizon Loc Steel