Anchor Roofing and Landscaping » About Us

About Us

We provide safe and seamless roof repair services for your home.

Why Should You Choose Us for Your Next Roofing Project?

Licensed and Insured Local Contractors

It’s a little-known fact that you don’t have to be a licensed or insured contractor in Nebraska to perform roof and gutter construction work. This means that many contractors asking for your business may not be legitimate. We understand that when you are looking for a professional to work on something as important as the roof of your home, competency and trustworthiness are of the utmost importance.

We are a licensed and insured roofing company that provides you with expert results.

Satisfaction Is Guaranteed on All Roofing Services

We guarantee that we will perform all of our work to the standard stated in our agreement. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with any of our services, we’re just a phone call away!

Property Protection during Roof Service

When we work on your roof, we will provide high-quality coverage. Your property, such as lawns, landscaping, and decks, will be covered with tarps. After completion, your property will be cleared and rolled by an industrial strength magnet three times to leave it neat and tidy.

Quick Turnaround Time

The most common complaints about roofers and contractors are delays in communication and overall project completion. At Anchor Roofing, our emphasis is on the quickest turn-around possible. Whether it’s a complete roof replacement or a minor job, we ensure high-quality standards at each step in the process.

There’s no need for roofing contractors to compromise quality for a fast turnaround. You can hold us accountable for it!

Knowledge and Expertise to Get the Best Value for Your Money

Over 30 years of combined industry knowledge have equipped us with solid expertise to take care of your home.

Quality and Integrity as Core Service Values

We guarantee premium-quality products to secure your home and a transparent process at every step of the project.
About-Choose Us for Your Next Roofing Project


Anchor Roofing & Landscaping Team


Mike Meyer



Dennis Lynch



Todd Lynch



Mark Geary

Operations Manager

Thomas Hazell

Business Development

Kim Soper


Kristen Retzlaff

Office Manager

Sue Meyer



Anchor Roofing & Landscaping Team


Jeff Easton

General Manager


Anchor Roofing & Landscaping Team


Dan Clark

Project Manager Landscaping

Joe Loeffler

Project Manager Landscaping


Anchor Roofing & Landscaping Team


Jake Adams

Production Manager
John Wittrock

John Wittrock

Project Manager Roofing
Madeleine Heiser

Madeleine Heiser

Project Manager Roofing

Skye O'Neill

Project ManagerRoofing

Bandi Saleh

Project Manager Roofing

Nate Steuer

Project Manager Roofing


Austin Blackwell

Project Manager Roofing


Anchor Roofing & Landscaping Team


Robert Colvin

On-site Foreman/Safety Director

Marco Smith

BDC Repair Project Manager

Casey Hall

Supplement Manager
Care and Commitment

Care and Commitment

To Local Home Owners

Our Story

Anchor Roofing is a family-owned and locally-operated business. Our team consists of locally licensed contractors with hands-on experience honed in the field. Over 30 years of industry experience have enabled us to bring experience and specialized knowledge to get your roof done right. Our strong roots in Nebraska have bound us to dedicate outstanding care to the local community.

Our Goal

Our goal is to ease any stress associated with roof replacement or restoration and make sure you understand the process from start to finish. As a local business, it’s our duty to ensure premium service, the best value, and the highest quality of customer service to remove as much anxiety from the process as possible. We consider a project completed when our clients are:







Get a Free Roof Inspection – All locations

Frequently Asked Questions

Not sure if your roof needs to be repaired? Schedule a free inspection with our local experts right now.

What are the signs of a bad roof?

Cracked, missing, or curled shingles are perfect indicators that a home’s roof needs to be repaired or replaced. Other indicators include dark areas where moss could grow and trap moisture, dark streaks, missing granules, and a roof older than 20 years.

What happens if you don’t replace your roof?

Failing to replace a roof when required can have many consequences. Typically, once there is damage, it will worsen until it is repaired or replaced. A damaged roof can lead to leaks, which can cause inevitable harm to your home, including mold growth.

Does insurance cover a leaking roof?

In most cases, except for insurance policies that exclude hail or wind damage, your home insurance policy can cover most of your roof leak repair costs. Regular maintenance is also essential to avoid wear and tear, as damage resulting from this will typically not be covered.

How much does it cost to repair your roof?

Pricing to repair a roof varies based on several factors. The size of the home, the materials used, and insurance coverage all factor into the total cost. Repairing a roof is often less expensive than replacing it. But in some cases, repair is simply not an option.

How often should you replace your roof?

The lifespan varies depending on weather conditions, the environment, and the materials used. Typically, wood shake shingles do not need to be replaced for about 30 years. Fiber cement shingles have an average lifespan of about 25 years. Lastly, asphalt shingles have an average lifespan of about 20 years. High winds, heavy snow, and hail can influence these numbers greatly.

Is it ok to put new shingles over old ones?

In most municipalities, this is not a legal practice. Omaha and the surrounding areas have adopted a building code that only allows for a single layer of roofing material.

Do you need a permit to redo your roof?

It depends on the municipality in which the work is being completed. Licensed contractors will know any permit and inspection approval requirements.

Is it ok to put a new roof on in the winter?

Replacements can be made in all four seasons. However, it’s recommended that roofing be done when the temperature is above 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Colder temperatures can cause dangerous conditions for the roofers and complications with roofing materials and equipment.

Winter roof installations are possible with the suitable material and in urgent situations such as a real estate transaction or new construction. We recommend waiting for more ideal conditions before doing replacements. It’s important to be responsible and not take unnecessary risks.


Happy Customers


“The owners have been in business for years and our experienced in this industry. They have strong character and care about getting the job done right.”



“Great company! This company installed my new roof after several horrible hail storms. Shawn was very prompt and professional and communicated well with me every step of the way. The roofing job was excellent and efficient. Looks great!”


“I called at 9am and by 2pm Nate was out at my home to look at our fascia. I am HIGHLY impressed with their professional behavior, standards and honesty!”


Federal Healthcare Price Transparency Requirements