Serving Wisconsin since 1985
P.O. Box 147
C1891 Hwy 153,
Stratford, WI 54484
Phone: 715.687.3368
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Your Local Roofing Contractor

Kulp's of Stratford provides commercial and residential roofing installation throughout Wisconsin. Experience Much More Than a Great Roof!

Enjoy dozens of photos of projects we have completed in recent years, in a wide variety of styles, colors, and types of materials. For larger photos and more information on our projects, come visit our showroom at our Highway 153 location east of Stratford.

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Kulp's of Stratford, LLC - Serving,Wisconsin since 1985.

Kulp's of Stratford, along with its sister company, Marathon Metals, is,a roofing,,insulation, and sheet metal,contractor in central Wisconsin that provides premium products and top quality installation and repair service to commercial, industrial, religious, and residential clients in Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan.

Kulp's of Stratford, LLC provides residential roofing, commercial roofing and spray foam insulation, in central WI.

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Copper, Aluminum, and Steel Wall Panels Grace Eau Claire Riverfront Condos

The Kulp's team is nearing completion on their portion of the beautiful new Haymarket Landing building in downtown Eau Claire, which is a part of the large Confluence Project at the confluence of the Chippewa and Eau Claire Rivers. Nearly half of the exterior walls were designed to be clad with metal (more)

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