Residential roofs is one of our specialties. We've installed and repaired thousands of residential roofs in the 30+ years we've been in business in Colorado. We have a dedicated residential roofing team that only installs and repairs residential roofs. They only work with residential materials, such as asphalt shingles, metal, tile, and modified bitumen. Estimates are always free, and so are inspections.
New Residential Roof
Choosing a new roof for your house can be an overwhelming task, given all the roofing options available today. When it comes time for a new roof, most folks just get what they had before. And, that's fine, if your previous roof performed well, lasted as long as it should, and you were happy enough with it. However, if you haven't researched today's residential roofing options, you really should.
Asphalt shingles are the most popular residential roofing material used today. They're economical, yet durable and can fit a range of budgets and color palettes. They're also flexible, so they can fit a variety of roof shapes and curves. They usually come with lifetime warranties. There are more styles and colors of asphalt shingles available today. There's also more technology in today's roofing shingles, such as color fade and algae resistance technology.
Metal roofing has really exploded recently, with the invention of stone-coated metal roofing shingles. Stone-coated metal shingles can resemble asphalt shingles, wood shake, or clay tiles. There are also several sheet metal profiles available. And, loads more metal roofing colors than there used to be. Metal is among the best roofing material available. It is environmentally-friendly and incredibly durable. A metal roof can last for decades.
Tile roofing is also expanding. Tiles are made of either clay or concrete. Today's concrete tile roofs can look like stone slate, clay barrel, wood shake or thatch. And each has several colors to choose from. Concrete tiles are also impact resistant, fire proof, high-wind resistant, and 100% recyclable. For the aesthetically-minded homeowner, a tile roof can really make your home stand-out.
If you have a low-sloped roof, also referred to as a flat roof, we can help here, as well. It's not uncommon for modern homes to have a section of their roof that is low-sloped. These sections require a different roofing material, such as modified bitumen or EPDM (also known as rubber). We've also installed these materials onto home additions, or detached garages or sheds. Modified Bitumen comes in a range of colors so as to match the color scheme of your shingles.
New Residential Roof Installation
Not all roof installers are the same, however. You can have the highest quality roofing product, but if it's not installed correctly, it will prematurely fail. Lucky for you, we've installed every type of asphalt shingle, tile, and metal roofing from all the best manufacturers. Our installers are professional trained and must pass strict tests directly from the roofing material manufacturer, such as Owens Corning, before they are allowed to install any roofing material.
Why choose us as your residential roofing company?
We are a roofing company you can trust. Because we are a family-owned and operated Colorado roofing company, we believe in values such as honesty and pride. That's why we don't ask for any payment until you're completely satisfied.
When we're done with your roof, our Colorado roofing company will inspect it again to make sure it's done right and you're happy. Only then will we ask for payment.
As the homeowner, you can also rest easy knowing that our work comes with a 5-year workmanship guarantee. (Read more about our workmanship guarantee.)
- 5-Year workmanship guarantee
- No Payments until you're satisfied
- Preferred Contractor of Owens Corning
- Proven track record. Read our reviews.
- Need more reasons?
"Very awesome customer service every step of the way. I shopped around a little but nobody gave the quality of service that Bob Behrends did! I will definitely recommend them to anyone I know and the roof and gutters came out great!"
Whether you need a new residential roof installed on a new house, or you need your existing roof replaced, we can help. We offer all major residential roofing materials including asphalt shingles, metal and tile.
Unsure which to choose?
Visit our Residential Roofing Guide for help. We have installed hundreds of residential roofs along the Colorado Front Range.
Check out our residential roofing project gallery to see just a few of the hundreds of roofing projects we've completed over the years.
Residential Roof Repair
Sometimes your roof just needs to be repaired instead of replaced. We can determine this by a free inspection. As the homeowner, you should visually inspected your roof once a year to check for signs of ware or potential problems, such as warn-out shingles, trees rubbing on the roof, or flashing coming-up. Here are 3 common issues that can cause problems with your roof:
Water leaks are the biggest problem because water can leak in under your roof and cause bigger, more costly problems, such as attic and ceiling damage, and mold growth. Common causes of water leaks are a warn-out roof or punctures caused by debris or fallen branches.
Flashing is usually aluminum or galvanized steel and is placed over joints in roofs to prevent water seepage. Improperly installed flashing can result in the flashing being blown-off or water leaks. It's important that flashing is installed properly with the right amount of adhesive.
Tree branches rubbing on, or falling onto, your roof can cause shingles to wear-out prematurely or come-up. The sooner you catch this problem, the sooner you can prevent costly damages.
Whether you're in need of a new house roof or you need your roof repaired, we're here for you. We know how to install and repair every roofing material, such as shingles, metal, and tile, because we've installed them. What's more, we've installed them onto every type of roof, such as open gable, and hip and valley. We know our way around a roof. We know how to get the job done right, fast, and safe. And, we pick-up our mess when we're done 🙂