Ryan Walker, founder and co-owner of Freedom, was born and raised in Warrenton, Mo. His passion for excellence in business is a by-product of his heart for the community. His vision is to be the most reputable and reliable company in the industry; providing the local communities he loves with honest work.
Ryan’s natural industrious spirit first showed itself when he was a child, running a booth at the Wentzville flea market each Sunday with his grandparents. Shortly after high school Ryan opened his first business, a lawn care service, in Warrenton. This invaluable experience helped Ryan develop much of his business-savvy and personal integrity.
Ryan and his wife Marcia have four young boys. They enjoy spending time with their church community, boating on the Missouri River, and exploring Missouri’s state parks and historic towns.
This Warrenton MO home owner picked the perfect color for their new roof. We worked with the insurance... Watch Video »
We love working on projects like this. The before and after photo is really awesome! The customer has since told us that all there neighbors and friends love it! We installed a new Owens Corning roof and new Mastic Vinyl siding.
This home's roof was replaced after significant winds damaged it and blew multiple shingles off the roof. We replaced the roof after working with the customers insurance company to get them the roof that they deserved.
We tore all the old vinyl siding off this Lake St. Louis, MO home and installed beautiful new James Hardie siding. The pictures turned out great. The home owner is thriled with the new look of their home.
This customer had a leak around the skylight. They expirienced severe hail damage last spring. We worked with the customers insurance company and helped them to get a new roof and al new gutters.
If you are experiencing leaking around a skylight like this Warrenton MO home owner then you have several options. The first option would be to repair the skylight. This would offer some support but more than likely only temporary. The second option would be to replace the skylight and flashing kit around the skylight. The third option would be to remove the old skylight and to install plywood and roof material to match over the skylight hole. As you can see from the pictures the project turned out great. The home owner was really happy about the job we did!
These homes previous roof was badly damaged by weather and hail. We worked with the insurance company to get the roof replaced. We discovered the damage on an inspection.
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