Whether you need a brand new roof or a replacement due to weather damage, Farha Roofing can help. The small company does exactly what its name suggests: residential and commercial roofing installations, repairs, and maintenance.
The company started in Wichita, Kansas, when Ben Farha found a passion for restoring something worn down. His passion became his livelihood as he created a roofing company dedicated to quality craftsmanship. Since then, the company has expanded services to consumers in Colorado and Missouri.
When visiting Farha Roofing's website, you'll notice that the company is entirely transparent about the products it uses. Farha Roofing is dedicated to using quality products and materials, so it does not shy away from posting these online. There is even some information about the other companies and why Farha trusts these products.
Currently, Farha Roofing uses products/materials from the following companies:
When it comes to roofing companies, it's pretty unusual to see precisely which products/materials the company uses. Often, companies assume that consumers don't care, so they don't take the time to list it on their website. It's refreshing to have a company be wholly transparent and proud to list exactly who they are working with and why.
Farha Roofing is exceptionally proud to be certified by several well-known companies in the roofing industry. Farha Roofing contractors are well trained and certified to install products from GAF, TAMKO, DaVinci, Owens Corning, and SELECT Shingle Master.
These certifications are not just handed out to every roofing contractor that comes along. To achieve these certifications, contractors must have shown superior workmanship and received high customer satisfaction.
Paying for a brand new roof can be overwhelming. That's why Farha Roofing is partnered with EnerBank. This partnership allows consumers to apply for one of two loan options. If you're unsure which loan is right for you, we recommend contacting the company for more detailed information.
Farha Roofing does not disclose whether it offers a workmanship warranty. A workmanship warranty provides customers with coverage against worker errors or improper installation. Generally, roofing companies will provide a limited lifetime warranty, but some have been known to offer lifetime coverage.