We Install Roofing, Gutters, Windows, Glass Block, Soffit & Fascia, Siding & Insulation in the Metro Milwaukee, WI area

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Where Building Science meets Home Improvement

We take a scientific approach to energy efficiency, water management and overall building sciences. By eliminating the guess work, we can save you thousands of dollars.

Why Energy Masters?





If we can't solve your home improvement problem, we won't try to sell you something you don't need. Everything we do is driven by pride and ethics -- pride in the work we do and our work with our customers, and ethics proven by how we help people, even if that help sometimes means telling a customer they don't need our services.

Qualified Experts

Jim is ventilation certified, experienced in flood water management and construction techniques. Our crews are the best at what we do.

Factory Direct

By selling factory direct and keeping our overhead low, we provide you with the lowest price for the best quality.


Locally Owned

A Small and family owned company based out of Wisconsin, we pride ourselves on having the best customer service.

Our midwestern values guide how we do all your home improvement projects with a precise with an eye for quality.

If you want someone who will listen to your needs and take the time to give honest answers, give us a call. We'll be honest and tell you if it's not broke, don't fix it.

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This is Jim.
He's the owner of Energy Masters. He's the guy who will stop by your house.

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Gordon and Susan

We are delighted with the outstanding workmanship and the wonderful look of our new gutters. We are especially pleased with the deflectors on both long valleys of our roof. What a difference!

Jennifer & Brandon – Menomonee Falls, WI

We’re thrilled with our new windows and doors. They have increased the value of our home and greatly improved the curb appeal as well. We are happy that the rooms are not drafty anymore and are excited to see the savings reflected on our energy bills.

Dave & Maria

We installed soffit & fascia on our 1890 built home. We were very happy working with Jim and his team. Jim is a great communicator. The team was very accommodating and courteous. The cost was very competitive! The workmanship was excellent. They do as they say. We are very pleased and would highly recommend energy…

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Serving Milwaukee, Racine, Waukesha, and most of Walworth, Ozaukee, and Washington County in southeastern Wisconsin