Cardinale Construction is a local, family-owned storm damage repair company serving homes and businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
When you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, dealing with storms is a fact of life.
Cardinale Construction repairs and replaces all kinds of roofs, gutters, windows, siding, and more – whether they were damaged by a storm or it’s simply time for an upgrade.
We believe in using high-quality products that leave your residential or commercial property in better shape than before the storm.
Dealing with a complicated insurance claim? No problem! We’re experts. Our team will help you through every step of the insurance claims process. We’re here to ensure a fair outcome and make a stressful situation a little easier for you.
Contact us today for a free inspection and estimate!
We start with a free 22-point inspection and a comprehensive report – including photos – of our findings. Then, we’ll provide you with an estimate and leave the decision up to you!
Whether you’re ready to add a brand-new deck to your property or if you're just looking for repairs, such as replacing a few rotting boards, we’ve got you covered.
On January 11, 2020, Cardinale Construction lost two of it’s dearest friends and a future coworker. Newlyweds Evan and Sarah Nuessner passed away tragically. To support our friends legacy, the company is donating a percentage of our profits to their favorite charity, WATERISLIFE. This organization is focused on providing short and long term solutions to access clean drinking water. This charity was highlighted at their wedding reception and was close to their hearts. Their website, waterislife.com is a great place to learn more about this very important organization. We will be setting money aside from each job we complete and making donations every January, on the anniversary of their passing.
WATERISLIFE's goal is to get 1 billion people safe drinking water. With the help of New Age Beverage Co and other partners, we can have the funding together to bring safe water to the world. We know that’s a huge number, but the world needs a huge change. And it’s not such a hard goal when you break it down. After all, it only takes $1 dollar to provide 23 people with clean drinking water for a month.