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Questions You Should be Asking Your Roofer

Questions You Should Be Asking Your Roofer

Meeting with your roofer to talk about a proposed or upcoming project can be both an exciting and a daunting experience. This is where you’ll decide on the size and scope of your roofing project, and your roofer will work to help you understand what the required work is going to be, why it’s important,… read more

How Different Weather Conditions in Colorado Can Affect Your Roof

What to Look for in a Roofing Company

Roofing projects are extremely important and should only be done by a qualified professional, especially if you want to avoid time-consuming DIY projects or fly by night contractors looking to make some quick cash. It can be difficult to choose the right roofing company, especially if you’ve never dealt directly with a roofing company before,… read more

How Different Weather Conditions in Colorado Can Affect Your Roof

How Different Weather Conditions in Colorado Can Affect Your Roof

One of the main things about roofs that people don’t seem to take into consideration is the wear and tear caused by the elements – from everyday occurances like rain and or wind to serious storms, snow, hail, and even from leaves and pine needles that fall from your trees throughout the autumn. No matter… read more

Roof Repairs vs. Roof Replacement

Roof Repairs vs. Roof Replacement

With the summer season quickly coming to a close, homeowners around the country are looking towards completing home improvement projects before the winter months arrive. One of the most important home improvement projects that can be undertaken is work on your roof – because of this, it’s important for you to understand the differences between… read more

Navigating Your Way Through Roofing Warranties

If you are looking to have your roof replaced or have recently had it replaced, it’s important to know exactly what the warranties on your roof mean. It’s important that homeowners understand the implications of their warranties in the event that they need to use them – every warranty is only as good as the… read more

Wood Shake Roofs Looked Great Once

Wood Shake Roofs: Looked Great Once, Need Replacement in Colorado’s Dry Climate Wood shake roofs were once one of the most popular roofing options available, adding an aesthetically pleasing touch to any roof through the natural handmade beauty of wooden materials. Unfortunately for Colorado homeowners, wood shakes were not as versatile as their modern concrete… read more

Breaking Down the Cost of a New Roof

Having a new roof installed on your home is one of the smartest financial decisions a homeowner can make, adding years to the life of a house, and giving far more value to your property. The cost of installing a new roof is dependent on a variety of influencing factors, including things like the size,… read more

How Do I Choose the Right Asphalt Shingles for My Roof

Asphalt shingles have been made widely available in a nearly endless variety of styles and color options, which help to make them one of the most popular roofing materials available today. The wealth of options available can make it difficult for homeowners to know which styles or colors to choose, and what things to take… read more

What Components of My Roof Need to be Replaced

Your roof is made up of more than just an attic and some shingles – below your roof’s surface, there are various components that make up your roof and protect your home from weather damage and exposure to the elements. If you’ve come to the realization that your roof needs to be repaired, it can… read more

The Guide To Dealing with Your Insurance Company on a Roof Claim

Dealing with your insurance company after discovering that your roof has been damaged can be a stressful and complicated ordeal, involving a long process of filing an official claim with your insurance company, getting an estimate for the damages, and hiring a roofer or another service company to repair the damage. During this time, it’s… read more