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Who “is” Bass Roofing?

In May 2015, Bruce Lamprecht approached Kirk Maynord with an offer to purchase the company.  Bruce had developed some back issues that prevented him from carrying on his day-to-day work as a roofing contractor.  Bruce and Kirk have been friends for over 25 years and he didn’t want to sell to just anyone. Bruce offered to continue to lend his expertise but allow Kirk to purchase and run the company.

Bass Roofing and Siding, INC., continued to serve the OKC Metro following Bruce’s commitment to provide a quality product with integrity and honesty.  Kirk continued to build on that principle by shying away from door knocking and building the business through word of mouth and strong relationships with realtors and insurance agents. Bass Roofing and Siding, INC. continued to grow, doubling in revenue each year.  In 2020 the company had grown enough for Kirk to bring on some additional team members. Longtime friend Dan Grimes joined as a salesman and home improvement consultant.  Together, along with Bass’s main contractor James Walden, have expanded the business across the state, requiring the name to be changed to Bass Roofing of Oklahoma.


Bass Roofing of Oklahoma is involved in projects around the state that range from Residential/Commercial re-roofs, re-framing, siding, painting, re-modeling, concrete repair, brick and mortar repair, etc.  We also do roof and roof leak, fence, garage doors, soffit, fascia, and framing repairs. There is no job to big or small for Bass Roofing to handle.

We specialize in working with homeowners and their insurance companies. Our most important qualities are that we are honest and dependable.  We answer the phone, return calls, texts and emails. We promise to be fair and easy to work with, making your experience with Bass Roofing as easy as possible.


Kirk’s professional background is in sales and corporate ownership, having run a multi-million-dollar technology-brokering corporation since 1998, Solid Technologies, Inc.  He also has a background as a professional golfer, having qualified for and played in 3 out of 5 U.S. Senior Open Championships he attempted. He played full time tournament golf in the mid-1990s as well as on the golf team at OSU in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s.

Kirk bought Bass Roofing in 2015 from Bruce Lamprecht, building it from a $100,000+ company, to a $1M+ company by 2019 on his own.  In 2020 he hired his son Dustin to assist in the growth of the company building it to a $2M+ company by 2021.

Kirk Maynord has lived in the OKC metro area a since 1959. He and his wife, Mary, currently live in South OKC.  They have three children, Dustin, Ryan, and Sarah. Kirk enjoys time on the golf course, spending time with his family, and entertaining his granddaughter Lelu.


Dan has worked both full-time and part-time in the home improvement and construction, as well as roofing and exteriors, industries for over 30 years. Dan spent 15 years as a vice principal, teacher and coach in various schools located in both Tulsa and the Oklahoma City Metro areas. Dan has a double major B/A degree in Education/Organizational Leadership, and Pastoral Leadership, and he has a minor in Music. Dan is also the 15 year veteran presenter for Governor Frank Keating‘s “Oklahoma Marriage and Relationship Initiative” with Public Strategies, Inc. in Oklahoma City and has been a Relationship Communications Coach for over 20 years. Dan’s strengths are with communication and education.  He uses these strengths to serve homeowners with the best, most efficient and effective home-improvement options to meet their home-improvement needs. Dan believes wholeheartedly that “people do business with those they know, like and trust.  Dan he makes this his focus with everyone.

Dan joined Bass Roofing in 2020 and is grateful to be able to work with good friends as a part of the Bass Team. Dan has been a friend of Kirk Maynord, for 30 Years, and Dan‘s kids went to school with Dustin. Dan’s late Wife Michelle was a good friend of The Maynord Family as well. Dan is a single parent to his 3 living children, Melissa, Lizzy, and youngest Son, Casey. Dan is “Paw  Paw Dan” to his 2 Granddaughters, Nora in Oregon, and Christine in Los Angeles.

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How do I know my roof is damaged and/or needs replacing?

Damaged Shingles may be:

  • Bent, curled, or distorted
  • Broken or cracked
  • Split
  • Loose
  • Missing granules
  • Black in color and soft to the touch due to hail hits

Leaks, which can be detected by:

  • Stains or water spots on the drywall or ceiling
  • Presence of mildew or mold
  • Damp external walls
  • Missing shingles

Other signs that may indicate your roof needs replacing:

  • Your roof is 20 years of age or older
  • Presence of a lot of moss
  • Damaged or compromised flashing
  • Cracked Chimney
  • Soft spots on roof
  • Sunken roof deck
How much damage does my roof need to be covered by my insurance?

This may be determined by your insurance provider and the insurance plan that you have. If you are interested in having one of our technicians look at your roof to determine your roofs quality, please fill out our “Free Quote” form HERE.

After a storm, what are the first steps in the roofing/insurance process?

By contacting Bass Roofing of Oklahoma, you have taken the first step in the insurance claims process on your home.

  1. When your Bass Roofing of Oklahoma representative arrives at your home, we will provide a full detailed inspection of any damages to the roof and any other areas of your house and property.  Additional damages could be garage doors, siding, gutters, AC units, windows and screens, and fences.
  1. Call your insurance company and file the claim.  Make sure to give them the date that the damages occurred and offer to send over any pictures that you have as well as ones provided to you by Bass Roofing of Oklahoma.
  1. After the claim has been filed, the insurance adjuster will contact you to schedulean   It WILL BE in your best interest to have one of our representatives there with you when you meet with the adjuster to compare notes.  Once the adjuster has spoken with us, he or she will either provide you with an immediate settlement amount, or he or she may have to review the notes further and get it to you in a day or two.
  1. You will soon receive a check for the ACV (actual cash value) amount of your claim along with the adjuster’s summary.  It is important to complete the work as soon as possible.  After the work has been completed, Bass Roofing of Oklahoma will invoice your insurance company for the depreciation and any supplements.  After the insurance company has reviewed the invoice, the remaining funds will be released to you.
How long, from first contact, does it take to finish a roof?

This will be determined by several things:

  • Insurance Claim:
    • If your roof is being replaced due to storm damage and therefore will be paid for by your insurance provider, the process from start to finish may depend upon your insurance claim.
    • Often, your insurance claim may not include damaged items on your home. In that case, we will need to get into contact with your insurance company to supplement your claim with the damage that was left off your claim.
    • Once we have completed the claim process, we can get started with scheduling your install and completing your roof.
  • Time of Year/Weather Conditions:
    • Depending on the time of year, the weather conditions can make it difficult to begin and complete the construction of the roof. Once a timeline for favorable weather has been established to begin the work, construction should take at most a day or two, depending on the size of your house.
  • Your time Availability:
    • If you do not have an insurance claim or if insurance is not paying for your roof replacement/repair, the estimated time from start to finish may be completely up to you and your availability. Once you sign a contract, we can schedule your roof installation date.
    • We are very flexible in getting the scope of work complete in an efficient and timely manner.


How do I avoid roofing scammers to ensure a quality product?

Storm Chasers

  • After a big storm, often roofing companies will attempt to scam you by rushing you into signing a contract when your roof may be perfectly fine. Many of these companies are from out-of-town and will ‘follow the storm’, meaning they will leave town not long after the storms, unable and unwilling to service any kind of warranty they promised. Others may be ‘in-town’ storm chasers, who may be from the area, but have no roofing expertise, yet suddenly jump into the roofing business simply because there is a significant opportunity to make money. These types of companies may be recognized by the following:
    • Door-to-door salesmen or salesmen who hand out flyers
    • Rushing you into a contract before you have time to research
    • Present limited time offers
    • Will fake damage
    • Promise quick fixes

Other signs of roofing scams to look out for:

  • Companies that offer to pay your entire deductible
  • Companies that request a large deposit before work begins
  • Does not have proper licensing or insurance
What are the differences in quality and price in roofing products?

Shingles come in different qualities and grades:

Entry-level Three Tab Shingles $

  • Most often used for standard ridge cap
  • An affordable option for rental properties on a budge

Architecturally Laminate $$

  • Most commonly used
  • Widely accepted as the shingle of choice for most residential roofing systems

Impact Resistant Laminate Shingles $$$

  • Designed to better withstand the impact of large hail

Designer Asphalt Shingles $$$$

  • Come in a wide variety of styles, colors, sizes, and shapes

Designer Slate, Tile, Copper, Shingles/Metal Roofing $$$$$

  • Normally used on expensive homes made to last for many years
  • Unique look
How long will my new roof last?

Most manufactures build shingles to last 30-50 depending on the type of shingle you decide upon; however, with the weather extremes in Oklahoma, the average life of an asphalt shingle is 10 to 15 years.

  • The life of a roof may not be dictated by the quality of the shingle but the severity of the weather, including:
    • Hail
    • Wind
    • Snow/ Ice
  • As a result, we encourage you to have your roof routinely inspected by a knowledgeable roofing company and practice roof self-care.


How can I care for my roof to maintain longevity of my new roof?

Re-roofing your house may not be a do-it-yourself project; however, there is routine maintenance that can be done on your roof by you! Here are some tips to protect your roof from damage:

  • Clean off debris
    • Debris, such as leaves, may accumulate and clog up your pipes, skylights, chimneys, and valleys.
  • Gutter Maintenance
    • It is important to clean out your gutters to maintain normal water flow to prevent leaks and roof rot.
  • Trim trees
    • Prune trees to keep limbs away from your house. This will help prevent leaves to land on your house, as well as prevent limbs from falling on your roof caused by inclement weather.
  • Roof leak awareness
    • Knowing the signs of a roof leak can significantly impact the damage it causes on your house. If you notice damp, discolored walls, or mold and mildew, you may have a leak in your roof.
How often should I get my roof inspected?

While roof self-care is important to maintain the integrity of your new roof, periodic professional assessment of your roof is important to detect potential repairs to prevent further damage. The National Roofing Contractors Association suggests that your roof should be inspected twice a year. Often, if a product fails to meet their expected lifespan, manufacturer warranties may guarantee financial coverage for replacement. Additionally, it is important that you get your roof inspected after a hailstorm or major weather event.