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Baxter Springs Commercial Roofing Contractor

Affordable high quality commercial roof repairs and installs in Baxter Springs, KS. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Senior roofing company covering all of South Kansas, West Missouri & North Oklahoma. Call for quote.

GM specializes in retrofitting coatings and installing or repairing roofs for commercial, residential and industrial properties in Baxter Springs, KS.  We do professional commercial & industrial roofing in Baxter Springs. Whether it’s fixing repairs, leaks, new installs or sealant, GM Systems Inc has got you covered.

metal roof offers durability and strength at affordable prices for commercial uses. However, it can corrode over time at seams and intrusions such as screws and fasteners. A protective layer has many benefits such as keeping out moisture, lowering energy costs, and improving the roofs ability to resist the elements.

"Call us today to schedule your free roof inspection and estimate. Call (620) 955-7400. Talk directly to me, Greg, the owner. No automated systems or answering machine services and I always pick up." - Greg Stierwalt

Baxter Springs Commercial Roof Repair & Installation Services We Offer

  • Waterproofing
  • Metal Roofing Systems
  • Flat Roof Repair
  • Low Slope Roof Repair

Some Of The Types Of Places We Do Roofing For in Baxter Springs:

  • Homes
  • Colleges
  • Churches
  • Schools
  • Meat Packing Plants
  • Grain Bins
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Agriculture

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About Baxter Springs

Baxter Springs is a city in Cherokee County, Kansas, United States, and located along Spring River. Natural springs in the area had long attracted indigenous peoples and later European-American settlers. But the town grew rapidly in the late 19th century as a center for cattle drives to northern markets.

For thousands of years, indigenous peoples had lived along the waterways throughout the west. The Osage migrated west from the Ohio River area of Kentucky, driven out by the Iroquois. They settled in Kansas by the mid-17th century, adopting Plains Indian traditions. 

 A trading post was established at the springs. Some Native Americans and European-American settlers began to develop a community around the post. The 19th-century settlers eventually named the city and nearby springs after early settler A. Baxter.

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