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Get to Know Our Minnetonka Roofing Company

Our story started simply with a hard-working guy and a plan: an experienced contractor and lifelong North Dakota hockey player wanted to build a respectable roofing company. John Powers founded Powers Premier Contracting in 2017, surrounding himself with a highly trained team that values the feeling of accomplishment after a day of honest work and genuinely enjoys helping others.

John created a company and team that feels like family, partly because many of us are related! Almost all our team members have a family connection: brothers-in-law, cousins, and hockey teammates, aka our chosen family. When you call, you’ll likely talk to John’s wife, Nicole, who runs the daily operations alongside her husband with an emphasis on responsiveness.

You can also expect straightforward communication, efficiency, timely projects, and reliable and fair contractors. Our mission is going above and beyond, whether helping restore your home from storm damage or remodeling your commercial property.

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