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new steel residential roof looks like wood shake

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50 years ago, when Dave built his house, he chose wood shake. He chose that roofing material due to its attractive, classic appearance. In those 50 years, however, he has replaced that roof three times! Today, Dave wanted a roofing material that was just as attractive as wood shake, but one that would last a…

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New metal roof for Bellvue home

We regularly install roofs for Rogers Construction, so when the owner needed a new roof for their house, we were an obvious choice. They chose a metal roof, instead of shingles or tile, for its classic Colorado mountain home look. We installed 3200 square feet of 24 gauge Nail Strip Standing Seam roofing panels from…

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5 signs you need a new roof

neighbors getting new asphalt shingles on roof of house

It’s not always obvious that you need a new roof. Some signs are only visible from on top of your roof, other signs are visible from the ground. So, how do you know? 1. Missing granules Sometimes you don’t have to get on your roof to see signs that you need a new roof. Sometimes…

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Granules on the ground are a sign you might need a new roof

asphalt shingle granules on ground

There are many signs that your roof might need attention. Some signs are obvious, such as a leaking ceiling. Other signs of a potential roofing problem aren’t quite as obvious.   The rain. A client of ours recently got some rain. A lot of rain. A lot of rain in a short period of time.…

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New metal residential roof replaces worn-out shake. Red Feather Lakes, CO

new metal roof ridge cap red feather lakes

This home roofing job was completed Summer of 2015 in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. The home owner decided to replace the old and worn-out shake roof with a TufRib exposed fastener metal roofing system by Flatiron Steel. Forest Green was the color chosen, and the TufRib panel was chosen based on it’s price, availability, and…

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new concealed fastener metal roof. Greeley

We installed this is residential porch roof in Greeley with using a 24ga concealed fastener metal roof. The home owner was having issues with leaking prior to install and also wanted us to class-up the roof a bit.

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