The thing I most appreciated about working with Colorado Roofers is their integrity and the fact that they stand behind their product. Getting a new roof these days is hard because you don’t know how many scams are out there. And when I worked with them, I felt really comfortable with their knowledge, their experience and integrity.
We are a local, family based business that treats each customer individually.
We love doing a quality job and seeing customers satisfied.
First step is to meet with the homeowner and examine the roof. After that we determine whether an insurance claim must be filed, or whether we need to operate without insurance. Once we know this, we can then give the homeowner an estimate or meet with the insurance adjuster to help insurance cover the price of the entire roof. Once pricing is determined, we sign an agreement, and set a completion date.
Our installers hand selected and field tested. No one is allowed to work on a roof without several years' experience in the field.
When working with insurance, we use their pricing.
If we are completing our own quote, we consider several factors that are too technical to completely explain in this post. However, a few considerations are: pitch of the roof, height, how many roofing layers are currently on the roof, how much flashing (metal) must be replaced, and how much access we have to the roof (i.e. can we put a dumpster close to the roof).
We have done roofs for large commercial buildings, flat roofs, tile roofs, woodshake roofs,and all sorts of asphalt shingle roofs (from basic roofs to ultra high end shingles).
We have recenlty finished re-roofing a 10,000 sq foot pet facility, where we needed to work around dogs and a high roof. We completed the project quickly, kept the facility clean, and did an amazing job on the roofing itself.
Make sure to ask for insurance (liability and workers comp), and ask about the types of components that are going on the roof. For example, are they using high end felt; are they using ice-barrier protection, are they using a quality shingle, etc.
What kind of insurance they have. Does the insurance cover the full roof replacement? Does it cover city code upgrades?
Do they have an HOA that will restrict the color / type of shingles?
Do they need other work done as well...such as the gutters of siding? It is advisable to do these projects in a specific order.