When researching Brush roofing companies, be sure to find one that’s local. Local roofing companies tend to care a little more than the big interstate guys. What’s more, some of those guys don’t want to mess with smaller roofing jobs or repairs. Not us. No roofing job is too small, or too big. If all you need is a small roof repair for your Brush home or outbuilding, we’ll take care of you.
We stand behind our work with a 5-year workmanship guarantee. Our guarantee covers any issues or leaks, such as in new residential roofing construction, excluding hail damage or stipulations that are in the contract. Do you know we have a dedicated residential roofing crew? We also have a separate commercial roofing crew. This way, each crew is specialized in what they do. That means they’re efficient and timely.
When you’re ready to start your roofing project, let us know. We offer free consulations, inspections, and estimates. We use industry-standard estimating software to keep up-to-date with current industry pricing and to produce accurate bids. This way, you know we’re not just pulling figures out of thin air. Also, when looking for a Brush roofing company, be sure to find one that doesn’t ask for a deposit. If they do, just say no. We don’t ask for money upfront. We wait until we’re completely done installing your new roof and you are completely happy with it and our work. Contact us for a free inspection and estimate.
Brush Roof Installation
Lasts 15-25 Years
Most Affordable Initially
Lasts 70+ Years
Most Affordable Long-Term
Lasts 70+ Years
Most Affordable Long-Term
Dozens of Colors
Lasts 50+ Years
Clay or Concrete
Standing Seam Metal
Being out in the Colorado plains, it’s important to have a roof that will stand-up to the harsh winds, hail storms, and summer heat. You also need a roof that’s low maintenance and one that will last a long time. That’s standing seam. Standing seam metal roofing gets its name because the seams are somewhat tall, at around an inch or so. We make our own standing seam metal roofing. As a result, we’re able to get a precise length for a perfect fit for you.
Standing seam holds-up better against strong winds than asphalt shingles because there are fewing seams, and screws are used instead of nails. Standing seam is also more hail resistant than a lot of other roofing products. That’s because metal is simply tougher. Looking for a roofing product that will help cool your home during those hot summer months? Standing seam wins, again. In fact, it and corrugated/PBC do the best job at helping to lower your utility bill, because these metal roofing products reflect the most heat and release the most absorbed heat.
Corrugated/PBC metal roofing panels offer many of the same advantages as standing seam: longevity, wind, hail and fire resistance. Corrugated/PBC is even more hail resistant. That’s because of its wavy profile. Hail either shatters or is deflected away. Standing seam has flat surfaces. We all know what happens to flat surfaces when it’s hit by hail – it dents. Not corrugated/PBC.
Don’t assume because it’s corrugated, that it’s galvanized. That is an option, but today’s corrugated/PBC metal roofing, along with standing seam, comes in dozens of color to choose from. From various shades of grays and browns to greens and blues. Corrugated roofing isn’t just for the barn, anymore. It’s also for your home.
Stone-Coated Metal Shingles and Tiles
If you’re wanting a more traditional look for your home in Brush, but want something that lasts longer than asphalt shingles, consider stone-coated metal shingles or tiles. These are very similar to traditional asphalt shingles, except instead of a fiberglass foundation, it’s metal. This combines the best of both worlds – you get the appearance of traditional asphalt shingles or wood shake or barrel tiles, but with the durability and longevity of metal. Traditional asphalt shingles often last around 25-30 years. Metal roofing, on the other hand, should last 70 years or more when correctly installed.
There’s a reason asphalt shingles are the most common roof, and that’s price. Of all the roofing products available, asphalt shingles are the least expensive. We offer shingles from only the most trusted manufacturers, such as Owens Corning, Tamko, GAF, CertainTeed, and Malarkey. All of these shingle manufacturers offer a shingle for everyone’s budget and style, from the budget-friendly 3-tab shingles to dimensional architectural shingles, to highly stylized luxury shingles. Some even offer SBS-modified shingles. These shingles are modified with rubber, which makes then more hail resistant.
After my chimney was removed, my roof had only a rough patch over the hole. Bob Behrends team repaired that perfectly. Then they replaced the whole roof so it is properly sealed. Now, I can stop worrying about winter weather. Looks gorgeous too.
Responded quickly for an estimate and replacement of gutters when other contractors said it would be a delay of 4 to 6 weeks.
Guild Quality Review
They came in right about the same price as my insurance quoted me. They were really quick and very professional, and they kept me in the loop for most of the whole process.
Brush Commercial Roof Installation
For our Brush business owners, we offer the below flat roof options. Bob Behrends Roofing is a qualified installer of Versico, Mulehide, GenFlex, John Mansville and IB Roof Systems. We have over 40 years experience in the commercial roofing business, and our 5-year workmanship guarantee also applies to our commercial work. When you need a commercial roof you can count on, you can count on Bob Behrends Roofing to install it for you.
We offer standard and fleece-backed PVC. If you have a restaurant in Brush, PVC is the roof for you. That’s because it’s the only single-ply roofing system that’s resistant to oil, grease, and fat. PVC is also fire, wind, and chemical resistant. PVC also holds-up well to standing water, and is evergy efficient. Don’t want a white roof? No problem. PVC also comes in other colors, such as tan, brown, red, grey, and green. If you’re looking for a durable roof, ask us about PVC.
If you don’t have a restaurant, TPO might be for you. Those in manufacturing, or storage, department stores, office buildings, medical offices, hotels and condominiums use TPO. It’s less expensive than PVC and lasts longer. PVC often lasts around 20 years. TPO, on the other hand, should last around 25 years. We offer standard TPO, fleeced-backed TPO, self-adhering TPO, and TPO with a protective film. As with PVC, TPO comes in a number of colors, such as green, brown, tan, grey, terra cotta, as well as the standard white.
EPDM, also known as the rubber roof, is the longest-lasting of the commercial roofing systems we offer. You should expect your new EPDM roof in Brush to last around 30 years if professionally installed. Oddly-enough, it’s also the least expensive. EPDM is a great flat roofing product. Businesses who use it include service centers and medical buildings, and residential applications, such as detached garages and home additions. Just because it’s rubber doesn’t mean black is the only option. EPDM is also available with an additional white layer. White helps reflect heat, which helps lower your summer cooling bill.
Not only do we install the above flat roof systems, we also repair and maintain them. Wondering if your flat roof needs repair? Contact us for a free inspection and estimate. We will let you know if your commercial roof is good to go, of if it needs repairing.