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Honesty and Pride.

Because we are a family-owned and operated 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, we 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.)

Ready for a free roof inspection and estimate?

Roof Installation and Repair

new asphalt shingle roof on house

New Roof Installation/Roof Replacement

Whether you need a new 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.

Asphalt Shingles

asphalt shingles new house roof
Photo courtesy of Trent Studios

Asphalt shingles are the most popular residential roofing material used today. Asphalt shingles are also known as simply 'roof shingles', or composite or composition shingles. They're economical, yet durable and can fit a range of budgets. They usually come with lifetime warranties.

Metal

a house in the mountains with a blue metal roof

Metal is among the best roofing material available. Environmentally-friendly and incredibly durable, a metal roof can lower your utility bills and last for decades. Usually, each sheet of metal roofing is cut to a custom size for a perfect fit.

Tile

Boral Roofing's Slate tile roof on house
Photo courtesy of Boral Roofing

For the aesthetically-minded homeowner, a tile roof makes for a beautiful addition to your house. Tiles are made of either clay or concrete and can look like real, natural slate. We offer a variety of profiles, including Roman and flat tiles.

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

roof damage, hole in shingle 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

warn out flashing around chimney

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.

Wear

fallen tree branches on roof of house

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.

What Sets Us Apart

5-Year Workmanship Guarantee

No payment until you're satisfied

Proven track record. Read our reviews.

Learn more about why you should choose Bob Behrends Roofing and Gutters for all your residential roofing and gutter needs.

What to Expect

When working with us, you can expect a professional job at a fair price.

1. Free Inspection and Estimate
We will thoroughly inspect your roof, so we know what needs to be done. Afterwards, we will provide an estimate so you know what the project will cost. Both free of charge.

2. Roofing Materials
You will select your roofing materials, such as shingles or tile, color, etc., and we will order them for you and let you know, approximately, when they will be arriving.

3. Get to Work!
Someone from our office will call you to let you know when work will begin. Once the project is complete, we will inspect our work to make sure it was done to both our satisfaction and yours.

Learn more about our roofing process.