Erie Roofing Company

The best roofing company in Erie is the one that installs your new roof correctly. If your new roof is not installed correctly, it could fail prematurely and end-up costing you more than you anticipated. How do you know you’ve found an Erie roofing company that will correctly install your roof? Look for a Preferred Contractor from well-known roofing material manufacturers, such as Owens Corning.

It’s also best to find a roofing company that’s licensed. To be licensed, the Erie roofing company must pass business practice and trade skill tests and prove they are insured and/or bonded. If they don’t pass these tests and/or are not insured and/or bonded, they don’t get their roofing license. Also, do they guarantee their work? And, don’t just take their word for it. Get it in writing. Is it stated on their contract that their work is guaranteed or warrantied?

Luckily, you don’t have to worry about any of this with Bob Behrends Roofing.

  • We are licensed and insured in the great state of Colorado,
  • are a Preferred Contractor of Owens Corning, Tamko, and CertainTeed,
  • offer a 5-year workmanship warranty,
  • have over 40 years experience,
  • much more

Contact us for a free inspection and estimate.

Contact us today for a free new Erie, CO roof estimate.

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Call us at 970-395-0406 or text us.

Google Review

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Great company to work with! From a first call of getting initial inspection , professionally crafted quote to work well done and county approved with no recommendation . Stress free experience …

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I was very pleased with Behrends Roofing’s prompt estimate and smooth process for the installation of a new roof. They were very professional and their costs were reasonable with several payment options

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They did an awesome job on my home. I would recommend them to anyone that is in need of roof work.

Erie Roof Installation

Asphalt Shingles
new asphalt shingle roof

Lasts 15-25 Years
Most Affordable Initially

Metal Shingles

Lasts 70+ Years
Most Affordable Long-Term
Highly Durable

Sheet Metal

Lasts 70+ Years
Most Affordable Long-Term
Highly Durable
Dozens of Colors


Lasts 50+ Years
Clay or Concrete
Multiple Profiles

Stone-Coated Metal Shingles and Tiles

Stone-coated metal shingles and tiles are quickly becoming popular, and for good reasons. This relatively new roofing product is the best of two worlds. Stone-coated metal shingles and tiles combines the appearance of traditional asphalt shingles or real wood shake or barrel tiles with the durability and longevity of metal roofing panels. Traditional asphalt shingles often only last around 25-30 years. Metal, on the other hand, often lasts 70 years or more.

Asphalt Shingles

For those on a budget, traditional asphalt shingles are for you. We offer asphalt shingles from all the most-trusted manufacturers, such as Owens Corning, Tamko, GAF, CertainTeed, and Malarkey. You can’t go wrong with any of these great roofing product manufacturers. All offer asphalt shingles for just about any budget, from the most budget-friendly 3-tab shingles to architectural shingles to highly dimensional luxury shingles. All offer hail impact resistant options, which is important in Erie.

Let us know if you have questions. Consultations and estimates are free.
Call us at 970-395-0406 or text us.

Standing Seam Metal

Standing seam metal roofing is another roofing product that’s grown in popularity. This is because of its cooling effects on your home. Standing seam (and corrugated/PBC) metal roofs do the most to help lower your summer cooling bill. As with stone-coated metal shingles, standing seam lasts the longest, at around 70 years or more. It’s also recyclable in our area. We manufacture our own standing seam metal roofing. That means we get a more accurate cut for you, which means less waste.

Corrugated/PBC Metal

If you’re looking for the ultimate hail impact resistant roof that’s also long-lasting, look no further than corrugated/PBC metal roofing panels. Hail either shatters upon impact or is deflected away. This is because of its wavy profile. Corrugated/PBC metal roofing also comes in the most colors. Dozens, actually. Corrugated metal roofing isn’t just for agriculture, anymore.

Residential Roofing FAQs

Q. My home in Erie gets abused by hail. What hail resistant roof in Erie do you suggest?
A. SBS modified asphalt shingles are a good choice. These shingles are modified with a rubber. The result is hail often bounces right off. Most asphalt shingle manufacturers produce an SBS modified roofing shingle. Metal is also an option. Corrugated/PBC will be the most durable. However, stone-coated metal shingles and standing seam is also very durable against hail.

Q. How long does it take to install a new roof in Erie, CO?
A. From the time we nail the first shingle down to the time we’re cleaning-up our mess, a day or two, depending upon the materials ordered, and size and complexity of your roof. However, overall, starting from the time you sign the contract, a week or two, unless it’s hail season. If it’s spring hail season, it might take 4-6 weeks before we can get to your roofing job in Erie.

Q. Can you reroof my house in Erie Colorado in the Spring?
A. Probably. 🙂 We can reroof your home in Erie as long as the temperature is above 40º, it’s not raining or snowing, and it’s not too windy. If it’s below 40º, there’s snow on your roof, it’s raining or windy, then no, we can’t reroof your house. We’ll have to wait for nicer weather. Any professional roofing company in Erie would do the same. Otherwise, the manufacturers won’t warranty your new roof.

Erie Commercial Roof Installation

aerial view of flat roof of Circle K
New flat commercial roof with .060 white TPO over tapered insulation and base layers of insulation. Metal parapet caps.

Being a complete Erie roofing company, means we also install single-ply membranes for commercial applications, such as these:

  • PVC
  • TPO
  • EPDM


If you need a tough flat-roof, PVC is it. PVC is a type of plastic. It’s fire-resistant and holds-up very well in extreme weather. What’s more, it’s resistant to oils, fats, and greases. That’s why most restaurants choose it. We offer standard and fleece-backed PVC. Fleece-backed is more resistant to tears and punctures.


If you’re not a restaurant, you’re in luck. TPO is more affordable than PVC, and it lasts longer. PVC lasts around 20 years. TPO, on the other hand, lasts around 25 years. TPO is considered more eco-friendly since it has no plasticizers in it, that makes is recyclable. What’s more, it’s non-toxic and non-hazardous. As with PVC, a new white TPO roof can help lower your Summer utility bill. It’s also available in other colors, such as gray, green, tan, and more. Those in manufacturing, department stores, office buildings, medical offices, etc. often choose TPO.


Looking for longest-lasting flat roof? Look at EPDM. Essentially a rubber roof, EPDM lasts the longest of all the single-ply membranes we offer at around 30 years. Who’s a rubber roof for? Low sloped roofs where no cooking, baking, etc. is done. We regularly install EPDM onto detached garages and home additions, medical buildings, and more. Don’t like the look of black rubber? No problem. EPDM is also available in white or it can be ballasted, that is held-down with rocks.