At Brentwood Construction, LLC we offer three types of roofing installations for residential, commercial, and agricultural buildings.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most common type of shingling useD for most roofing projects. We offer four brands of asphalt shingles that include Owens Corning, Certaineed, Malarky, and Tamko. Each brand and style offers their own type of warranty which you can find on our Resources page.

Steel Roofing

Steel roofing is more commonly used on commercial and agricultural buildings but is increasingly becoming more popular on residential buildings. It can provide a more permanent and longer lasting roofing solution. You can choose from a wide selection of colors as shown on our Resources page.

Flat Roofing

Flat roofing is most often utilized on commercial buildings such multiple story buildings found in downtown areas. They are also found on other smaller commercial and residential buildings and structures. The product we install comes in a variety of colors and thickness. You can see our Resources page for more product information regarding our flat roofing products.

Excellent work and they got the job done in a timely manner. I’d highly recommend Brentwood Construction to anyone!!!

Adam T.


Siding your home can make your home look brand new, not to mention adding value. Even better, if you choose the right siding, freeing up your time because of it’s low maintenance and upkeep. Brentwood Construction offers a variety of siding types that include vinyl, wood, fiber cement, engineered wood, and steel.


Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is an affordable solution to the long term value of your home. Vinyl siding is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It also is available in a wide variety of color and styles.

The advantages for installing vinyl siding include:

  • Ease of maintenance
  • Resists fading and weathering
  • Highly durable
  • Insect resistant

Wood Siding

Wood siding is a more traditional option. This is especially helpful for restoring an old home to it’s original look when old boards are rotted. It is also useful when adding an addition to a home where you may want to match up with the original wood siding on your home.


Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding can be a highly durable and cost effective way to side your home. Fiber Cement can replicate many different materials and textures, including wood and stucco.

The advantages of fiber cement siding include:

  • Resists decay, fungi, insects, and fire
  • Won’t expand and contract with temperature or humidity changes
  • Withstands cold temperatures with becoming brittle
  • Won’t crack from freeze-thaw cycles

Engineered Wood Siding

The material in engineered wood siding contains strength to resist impact damage from hail, sticks, and even golf balls. The wood strands are coated with special water-resistant waxes which enhance its durability in humid climates. Engineered wood siding is available in different styles which include lap and panel.

The advantages of engineered wood siding are:

  • Resists decay, fungi, and termites
  • Has the beauty of wood without the maintenance
  • Lightweight
  • Can be cut with normal woodworking tools

Steel Siding

Steel siding is another great alternative to siding. I has many advantages including ease of maintenance and durability. There are 24 colors to choose from which can also be coordinated or matched with trim and roofing.

The advantages of steel siding are:

  • Practically maintenance free
  • Clean with soap and water
  • Resistant to changing weather climates
  • Four times more resistant to thermal expansion, warping and buckling that vinyl siding
  • Metal will not crack or shatter due to hail or cold weather like vinyl
  • Fire resistant
  • Environmentally friendly (steel is easily recycled)

Worked fast – no goofing off. Looked like all workers got along.

-Jim N. Marcus, IA

House looks wonderful – Enjoyed working with your crew.

-Betty R. Marcus, IA

They were great!

-Duane W. Marcus, IA 

Brent was able to provide a quality job at a fair price.

-Zak D. Dubuque, IA

After shingles selected, removing and replacing shingles completed in one day.

-Gladys M. Cherokee, IA