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Replaced exposed fastener metal roof for Boulder, Colorado home owner

new house roof Boulder Colorado exposed fastener metal

We replaced this exposed fastener metal roof earlier in the Summer of 2017, for a home owner outside of Boulder, Colorado. It was a Flatiron Steel 26ga. TufRib panel. The color was originally a green, but the home owner liked the blue, instead. Luckily we were able to install the new flashing behind the siding without…

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New metal residential roof replaces worn-out shake. Red Feather Lakes, CO

new metal roof ridge cap red feather lakes

This home roofing job was completed Summer of 2015 in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. The home owner decided to replace the old and worn-out shake roof with a TufRib exposed fastener metal roofing system by Flatiron Steel. Forest Green was the color chosen, and the TufRib panel was chosen based on it’s price, availability, and…

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new concealed fastener metal roof. Greeley

We installed this is residential porch roof in Greeley with using a 24ga concealed fastener metal roof. The home owner was having issues with leaking prior to install and also wanted us to class-up the roof a bit.

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Denver 2014 Better Business Bureau Gold Star!

We were recently awarded a Gold Star Award from the Better Business Bureau. These are given to contractors who don’t have any complaints filed in 3 consecutive years! We strive to maintain our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau by ensuring our customers are 100% satisfied when the job is completed. While it is…

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roof replace project in Aurora, CO

We completed this residential re-roofing project a few weeks back due to the hail storm in Aurora, Colorado late last year. Notice that the roof penetrations were painted to match the shingles and the drip edge is matching the trim. It made for a nice and clean final product.

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Recent roof in Aurora, Colorado

Here are a few pictures of a roof we recently completed in Aurora, Colorado. We think it turned out great! The roof was replaced with an Owens Corning shingle after it was damaged in a hail storm last year, flashings and drip edge were also replaced. All of the flashings were painted to match the…

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Decra Shake XD/ Image II Standing Seam

This home owner chose Decra Shake XD for their roof. Decra Shake is a roofing material that emulates hand-split wood shake, but is more durable and lasts longer than organic wood shake.

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