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Asphalt Roofing Installers in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Asphalt Roofing Contractors in Denver, CO

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Acclaimed Roofing
(602) 782-4619
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
Reviews
10-22-2018
Miles C.

"Great customer service, amazing work and speedy. "

The Roof Dr.
(720) 506-6741
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Install or Replace
Reviews
03-25-2016
Hank A. in Denver, CO

"Good job. Looks great. "

Urban Exteriors, LLC
(720) 506-7316
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing
  • Vinyl Siding Installation
  • Deck Building
  • Seamless Metal Gutter Installation
Reviews
01-16-2017
Kevin B. in Denver, CO

"James, does everything he can to make your project successful. He's great to work with and will work with your insurance company to get ...the job done the right way. "

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Allegiant Roofing And Restoration
(720) 506-7050
Areas of Expertise
  • Storm Damage Specialists- Helping customers with their property damage. We will process your claim and ensure proper payment .
Reviews
08-28-2018
Sarah R. in Morrison, CO

"We called Allegiant after a hail storm and they were the company we decided to hire after speaking with several other companies. We worked he ...with Landon, was friendly and knowledgeable when discussing our options about replacing our roof. He communicated every step of the way and was helpful in communicating and working with our insurance company. This was of the easiest home improvement experience I have had. We did not wait long to have the roof done and Landon took care of everything. I would choose this company again and would recommend this company to anyone. Thank you Allegiant. "

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America's Best Restoration and General Contracting, Inc.
(303) 476-9324
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Install or Replace
  • Siding (Vinyl, Steel, LP, James Hardie)
  • Replacement Windows
Reviews
05-10-2017
Christine H.

"No comment "

Baruch Construction, Inc.
(720) 506-8001
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Gutters
Reviews
08-24-2017
sharon m. in Arvada, CO

"Extremely positive to deal with. "

Weddle Professional Roofing, Inc.
(866) 210-3602
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
Reviews
02-22-2019
Sara A.

"They have excellent customer service which makes them easy to work with. Very communicative! "

Encore Roofing, LLC
(303) 476-9888
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
Reviews
04-12-2019
Scott S. in Littleton, CO

"Hans and Mike were fantastic, they explained the process all along the way. Followed through quickly and thoroughly. They dealt with our and ...insurance company we love the new roof, gutters and skylights. Would definitely hire them again and they are local "

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Losh Contracting, LLC
(303) 476-9754
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing
  • Roofing Installation/ Repair
  • Solar panel installation
  • Metal Roofing Installation / Repair
Reviews
04-24-2019
Darryl J. in Denver, CO

"Courteous and fast response. Professional job. Great clean up. "

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Unscreened Roofing Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Independent Roofing Specialist
435 S. Fig Way
Lakewood, CO 80228
AB Roofing
1242 W. Virginia
Denver, CO 80223
Technical Foam Corp.
12741 Woodland Dr.
Longmont, CO 80504
S & L Roofing
1161 S. Huron St.
Denver, CO 80223
Kowalski Roofing, Inc.
381 Lakeshore Dr.
Brick, NJ 08723

Things to Consider Before You Install or Replace an Asphalt Roof:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • Which special features would you like for your roof?

    Ridge vent
    Snow guards or brackets
    Gutters and downspouts
    Turbine vents
    Skylight/Solar tube
    Heat tape
    Water diverters
    Would like recommendation
  • Are you aware of any leaks or damage to the roof?
  • How many stories is your home?

Ideas & Inspiration from Denver Roofing Contractors


Denver Asphalt Shingles

A vibrant arts and culture scene, a happening downtown and stunning views of the nearby Rocky Mountains are just a few of the attractions that Denver, Colorado, has to offer. Bustling businesses, funky boutiques, and mouthwatering restaurants are available through the "Mile High City." Denver's diverse mix of neighborhoods and suburbs are home to more than 600,000 people. Sunny weather, stunning vistas, and bountiful outdoor recreation combine to make Denver a popular spot for outdoor recreation.

Warm summers and chilly winters keep Denver residents' HVAC systems working hard during many months of the year. To maximize their energy efficiency, homeowners can opt to install spray foam insulation, which seals the home and minimizes heat transference. Although it's one of the priciest insulation options, it can provide significant savings on monthly energy bills.

Local Cost Information

The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturer's Association notes that asphalt shingles progressively raise the B.A.R. (Beautiful, Affordable, Reliable) in the roofing game. In addition to being more cost effective than other roofing options, asphalt shingle roofs provide Denver homeowners with many different options to achieve the desired style. These shingles come in a variety of colors, textures, and styles. Some options mimic the look of natural cedar or slate.

Many different factors affect the overall price of the roofing repairs or replacement, including the pitch of the roof, square footage, and the materials the homeowner chooses to use. The table below examines how the local price for a few of the most common roofing projects compares to the national average.

Roofing Task

National Average

Denver Average

Repair

$673

$453

Replacement

$6,673

$7,409

Inspection

$224

$247

As the above table demonstrates, Denver's prices hover relatively near the national average, although the average cost of repairs in Denver tends to cost less than the national average and the average cost of replacing the roof costs several hundred dollars more.

Being able to budget for this project is very important for many homeowners. For a customized look at the budget for their exact situation, homeowners should request an estimate from two to three reputable roofing companies. In addition to getting a breakdown of the materials and labor costs, getting several estimates allows homeowners to choose the company that offers the most competitive prices.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Denver requires roofers to have a current City of Denver Contractor's license along with the applicable permits for repairing or replacing the roof on any home. Homeowners who live in a property within a historic landmark district must apply for special permits after having the project reviewed by the city's Landmark Preservation department.

Additionally, homeowners should choose a fully insured and bonded roofing company. Insurance (general liability and workers’ compensation at a minimum) protects homeowners from the costs associated with property damage or accidents during the course of the roofing project. Choosing a roofer without insurance leaves homeowners on the hook for anything that goes wrong.

Choosing a bonded contractor adds an extra layer of consumer protection. Bonding provides financial backing, which offers a type of "insurance" against unfinished jobs, shoddy workmanship, or unscrupulous contractors.  

Other Projects to Consider

Having a solid roof overhead may inspire Denver homeowners to tackle a few other household projects. For example, if the roof has been leaking indoors, it may be necessary to clean and repair any water damage before repainting the ceiling or walls. Other possible projects may include replacing the siding on the exterior of the home or applying a fresh coat of paint to give the outside a fresh new look.

Popular Denver Neighborhoods

The city's diverse neighborhoods form the patchwork that makes this city a great place to call home. From hip downtown lofts to spacious suburban estates, residents can choose from many different housing options. Some of the most popular areas to live in this sprawling metropolitan area include downtown, Trussville, and Mountain Brook.

LoDo

Hipsters and residents who enjoy walking nearly anywhere they want to go enjoy living in the LoDo (Lower Downtown) neighborhood. With its eclectic mix of industrial buildings, galleries, restaurants, bars, and shops, LoDo is a favorite among Denver's edgier residents. Nearby attractions include Coors Field, Union Station, and Commons Park, a large space that's perfect to get out and play.

LoHi

Although LoDo caters to a hip crowd, the up-and-coming Lower Highland, or LoHi neighborhood has a cool factor that's hard to beat. With its pedestrian and bike-friendly roadways, contemporary art museum and eclectic restaurants, there's plenty of amenities to keep all of LoHi's residents busy. Home styles range from classic Victorian to jaw-dropping modern. Residents can walk or bike across the Highland bridge to connect with all of downtown's action.

Louisville

In 2013, Time named Louisville, CO, among the top places to live in the country. This Denver suburb offers a friendly atmosphere and stellar schools that attract families while the easy access to the Denver-Boulder technology corridor has made it a favorite among young professionals. Summer festivals, live music, food trucks, and beer gardens are among some of the weekly attractions that Louisville's residents enjoy. The Rocky Mountains are just 20 minutes away and downtown Denver is only 22 miles away.