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 guarantee.)
Roof Installation and Repair
New Roof Installation
We offer all major residential roofing materials including asphalt shingles, metal and tile.
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 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.
For the aesthetically-minded homeowner, a tile roof makes for a beautiful addition to your house. Tiles are made of either clay or concrete. We offer a variety of profiles, including Roman and flat tiles.
Residential Roof Repair
Your roof should be visibly inspected once a year to check for potential problems, such as trees rubbing on the roof or flashing coming-up. Here are three of the more 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.
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.
Trees rubbing on 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.
Ready for a free inspection and estimate?
Call us at 970-395-0406 or email us to get started.
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.
A Guide to Residential Roofing
There are a lot of roof material options out there for your house. It's sometimes difficult to determine which one to use and which is best. Some last longer than others. Some cost less to install while others cost less in the long-run.
So which do you choose?
This guide gives you a brief overview of the various roof types for your house and their life expectancy, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the average replacement and repair costs.
Below you'll find answers to the following questions:
Types of roof materials.
Which roof material is best?
What are roof asphalt shingles?
What's the life expectancy of asphalt shingles, tiles and metal?
What are the pros and cons of an asphalt shingle roof, a tile roof and a metal roof?
What's a tile roof and a metal roof?
How much does it cost to replace or repair a roof?
What's it cost to inspect a roof?
What are the different types of residential roof materials?
Before modern technologies, natural materials such as grass and wood, were all we had to protect our homes. Although these natural roofs had an old-world charm, they were not without their disadvantages. Being natural, they were prone to burning, decay, mold, pests and infestations. They were also high maintenance.
Today, there are many roof material types available. Roof materials available today are resistant to fire and mold, are not attractive to birds and insects, are low maintenance, and can last for decades.
Here are the 5 most common types of residential roof materials available today, in order of popularity:
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roof material available today. Each 'shingle' is relatively small at roughly 12" tall and 36" wide and less than 1/4" thick. They are the most popular because they are the most affordable and the easiest to install. Continue reading to read more about asphalt shingles.
Metal roofing is most common in rural and mountain areas. At your local home improvement stores, metal roof panels come in either 24" or 36" widths. Common stock lengths are 8', 10' and 12'. When we install metal roofs, the metal is cut to order based upon the needs of the roof and homeowner. Those that choose metal panel roofs do so because they are somewhat easy to install, easily shed heavy snow and are low maintenance. Continue reading to learn more about metal roofs.
Clay tile roofs have been around for hundreds of years. Fired clay tiles have been dated to around 3,000 BCE. Roof tiles, whether made of clay or concrete, are formed into a variety of shapes. Each tile is hung from the framework of a roof. Because the tiles are made of clay or concrete, they are naturally resistant to fire. Due to their weight, we are resistant to high-winds. Continue ready to learn more about tile roofs.
Slate is a natural, fine-grained rock composed of clay and volcanic ash. The standard roof slate tile vary in size from 6" x 10" to 14" x 24". Just like clay or concrete tile, each slate tile is hung from the roof framework with a nail. Because slate is a natural stone product, they are resistant to fire and environmentally friendly. We do not offer slate roofing. Continue reading to read more about slate tiles.
Traditionally, wood shake was made from split logs then formed to the desired shape. Wood shake is thin, usually 3/8" to 3/4" thick and 3" to 8" wide. Both wood shake and wood shingle are wedge-shaped. The difference between wood 'shake' and wood 'shingles' is; wood shingles are tapered. Because wood shake is a natural product, it is highly flammable, prone to mold and moss growth, doesn't last long and is high maintenance. We do not offer wood shake. Continue reading to learn about wood shake.
So, which roof material type is best?
That depends upon a few factors. Even the so-called 'best' roof material can have problems if it's installed incorrectly.
However, generally-speaking, asphalt shingles are considered the 'best' for the following reasons:
- easy to install
Don't care about cost?
If you don't care about cost, clay or concrete tiles are the longest-lasting. A tile roof can last hundreds of years, if properly installed. * Your roof needs a minimum 15º pitch.
Get a lot of snow?
You might prefer a metal roof if you live in a region that gets a lot of snow due to metal's ability to quickly shed a lot of heavy snow.
Money a concern?
If money is the primary factor, stick with an asphalt shingle roof as it's your least expensive option to install or repair.
What are asphalt shingles?
Asphalt shingles are a type of roof covering that uses asphalt for waterproofing. Each shingle is thin and rectangular, measuring 12" tall and 36" wide and less than 1/4" thick. The shingles overlap and seal to each other to cover a roof. Each shingle attaches to the roof deck with nails.
Read more about asphalt shingles.
What is the life expectancy of asphalt shingles?
The life expectancy of asphalt shingles vary. It depends upon the manufacturer and the installer, among other factors. However, your average asphalt shingle should last between 15 and 20 years. Higher-end asphalt shingles, such as Owens Corning's TruDefinition Duration asphalt shingles, should last closer to 50 years.
What are the advantages of asphalt shingles?
There are several advantages of asphalt shingles:
What are the disadvantages of asphalt shingles?
On their own, there aren't any disadvantages to asphalt shingles. However, by comparison to a properly installed concrete tile roof, asphalt shingles don't last as long. (Remember, a properly installed tile roof could last hundreds of years.) Also, assuming you have a concrete tile roof that lasts hundreds of years, asphalt shingles could cost more over that same time span.
What is a tile roof?
A tile roof is a roof made from natural, often local materials, such as clay or concrete. Each tile is fixed to the roof framework with nails. A tile roof is completed by starting at the bottom part of the roof then overlapping the next row of tiles over those. Tiles come in a small variety of shapes, colors, and sizes.
What is the life expectancy of a tile roof?
A tile roof can last hundreds of years if properly installed. It is rumored that in St. Augustine, Florida, there is still a working clay tile roof that dates to the 17th century.
What are the advantages of a tile roof?
What are the disadvantages of a tile roof?
What is a metal roof?
A metal roof is composed of sheets of metal (sheet metal) which are typically 24" or 36" wide and vary in length from 8', 10' or 12'. Each piece of sheet metal overlaps the previous sheet by 2". Between the sheets is adhesive. Sheet metal screws with rubber washers are used where the sheets overlap to secure the sheets to the roof deck.
What is the life expectancy of a metal roof?
Depending upon the materials used, the life expectancy of a metal roof is between 40 and 70 years, if installed correctly and it is not damaged. If poor or thin materials are used, or the roof is damaged, the life expectancy is serious shorter.
What are the advantages of a metal roof?
What are the disadvantages of a metal roof?
How much does it cost to replace a roof?
The cost to replace a roof depends upon a few factors, such as material used and square foot of the roof.
To replace asphalt shingles on a 2500 square foot roof with mid-grade asphalt shingles, expect to pay around $8500 ($3.40/sqft).
The same 2500 square foot roof with metal, expect around $22,000 ($8.89/sqft) to replace.
To replace tile on that 2500 square foot roof, expect around $27,000 ($11/sqft).
How much does it cost to repair a roof?
The cost to repair a roof depends upon the material, type, and damage caused. Because asphalt shingles are the most common, let's use that as the roof material and compare three types of damage:
- a 1" diameter hole caused by a patio umbrella: $300
- chimney flashing damage: $750
- large tree branch damage: $1,500-$3,000
How much does it cost to inspect a roof?
The cost for us to inspect a roof is $0!