Denver Roofing Contractors

Top Residential & Commercial Roofing Company in Denver 

Colorado Superior Roofing & Construction has been serving Denver and the larger Colorado construction industry for over 20 years. In that time, we have repaired, replaced, and maintained thousands of residential and commercial roofs. Our skilled technicians have extensive experience in every commercial roof type used in Denver and throughout Colorado. That includes steep-sloped roofs (metal, asphalt shingles, tile roofs), flat roofs (TPO, EPDM, modified bitumen, fluid applied roofing systems), and more!

At CSR, our experience, financial stability, and industry credibility make us a leader in the Colorado construction community and one of Denver’s top commercial roofing companies. We have worked on every type of commercial roof in the Denver area, and we’re committed to demonstrating integrity in everything we do. Our Denver commercial roofing crews have extensive experience and continuous training on safety issues as well as emerging roofing trends, materials, and techniques. We pride ourselves on finding innovative solutions tailored to fit each clients’ unique needs. It’s never a “one size fits all” approach, and that’s what sets us apart from a lot of other Denver commercial roofing companies.

“I could not be more pleased by the job done by Colorado Superior Roofing. I look forward to working with them for years to come.”

—Forrest Dykstra, Highlands Ranch Metro District

As you might have guessed from our name, we work ONLY in Colorado. So, we have a thorough understanding of what Denver’s extra strong UV radiation and temperature extremes can do to commercial roofs over time, even if the damage is not readily apparent to the naked eye. Being a local Denver area roofing company means that we’ll be around when you need us. We don’t storm chase! All our office staff, project managers, and crews live right here in Colorado. When you hire Colorado Superior Roofing & Construction, your money stays in the Denver community!

Check out our commercial roofing portfolio to see some of our recent projects.

Colorado Superior Roofing and Construction Past Awards and Memberships:

  • A+ Rating with BBB
  • Zero BBB Complaints in last three years
  • BBB Gold Star Certificate
  • Apartment Association of Metro Denver
  • BOMA
  • CAI
  • Preferred Contractor with Team Dave Logan
  • Gaco Certified Contractor
  • Atlas Pro+ Gold Level Contractor
  • GAF Master Elite Contractor
  • Owens Corning Preferred Contractor
  • Colorado Roofing Association
  • Construction Industry Networking Group (CING)

Denver’s Premier Commercial Roofing Repair and Replacement Contractors

Commercial Hail Damage Insurance Experts

   Many Denver roofing companies say theyare “insurance experts” or they “specialize” in hail damage, and
perhaps they can handle some claims. But commercial roof insurance claims are a whole different
animal. It is often a long, drawn-out process with the insurance companies hoping that you eventually give
up and take what they give you. At CSR, we are highly professional but firm in our approach to insurance
companies. Our goal is to get you everything you’re entitled to when you have a hail damage commercial
roof claim. That’s why you pay premiums, right?

At Colorado Superior Roofing & Construction, all our project managers have extensive commercial
insurance experience, and we even have former insurance adjusters on staff to help with your claim. So,
after a storm, call us first! Our initial inspections are always FREE. We will send someone out promptly (usually within 24 hours) to perform a thorough roof inspection. If we find that your roof was damaged by hail, wind, or any other insurable cause, we will relay that information to you, and the decision on whether to file a claim will rest solely with you.

Our Denver Commercial roofing crews and roof project managers have assisted hundreds of commercial building owners with their roof and exterior damage insurance claims. If your commercial roof was damaged by hail, wind, or any other insurable cause, the pros at CSR are the people to call.

Denver Commercial Roof Options

In Denver, there are many commercial roofing options available. As a commercial roofing contractor, people always ask us things like: What’s the best roofing material for flat roofs? What type of commercial roof lasts the longest? What flat roof system is the most cost-effective? If there was a simple answer to those questions, there wouldn’t be so many options! They each have their own benefits in different situations, as we will discuss below.

Commercial Pitched / Sloped Roofs

Metal Roofs

Metal roofs have long been a great option for companies that want to enhance the look of their building and have a durable product that reduces costs and maintenance. Metal roofs provide many advantages. They are fire-resistant, which can save you money on insurance costs in addition to the safety aspects. A metal roof also offers great energy efficiency that can reduce your heating and cooling costs. Metal roofing is quite durable as well. It typically lasts about three times as long as regular asphalt shingles. Another feature that is especially important in Denver is that metal roofs are highly resistant to hail damage. There are multiple types of metal roofs, but the most common type you’ll see in Denver is the standing seam metal roof.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most common roof type for pitched (i.e., sloped roofs). These are what you see when you drive by most houses or apartment complexes. They are highly versatile and can be cut to fit almost any shaped roof. They also come in a large variety of designs and colors. In addition, they are among your least expensive options, and unless they get damaged by hail, they will usually last 15-20 years in Denver.

Tile Roofs

Tile roofs come in many different forms. There is clay tile, concrete tile, synthetic tile, metal tile, and more. The one you see most often in the Denver area is clay tile, known as Spanish tile. It’s often red, though it comes in a multitude of colors. Tile roofs are like metal roofs in that they are chosen mainly for the aesthetic look they bring. Also, they both cost quite a lot more than asphalt shingles, but they last a lot longer and are much more resistant to hail and wind damage. One very important note about most types of tile, they are heavy. So, if you are going to go from a lighter roof like metal, asphalt shingles, or wood shake to tile, you will need to have an engineer’s report done to make sure your roof structure can handle that extra weight.

“Working with Colorado Superior Roofing was an extremely positive experience from beginning to end. I highly recommend them”

—Glenn Mclain Jr., Superintendent of Schools

Commercial Flat Roofs

TPO Roofing System

A TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) roof system is like EPDM in that it comes in large rolls and is attached to the roof as either fully adhered or mechanically fastened. TPO is made of durable, high-quality plastic material, which is naturally resistant to chemical damage and weakening due to ultraviolet exposure. Also, like EPDM, TPO roofing membranes are 100% recyclable and can qualify your building for Energy Tax Credits.

TPO is typically installed in white color. So, it is highly reflective and is more likely to qualify under the Denver “cool” roof ordinance than EPDM. TPO is also a little easier to maintain than EPDM. The warranty and life expectancy for both products are very similar.


EPDM Roofing System

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber roofing has consistently been a top choice
for commercial flat roofs in Denver. It comes in large rolls, much like carpeting, and is rolled
onto a flat roof. The material is essentially recycled tires. It’s attached to the roof by either
gluing it down (fully adhered) or screwing it down with small metal plates (mechanically
fastened).

EPDM is durable, waterproof, and typically lasts for about 20 years. The black rubber
single-ply membrane is designed to absorb sunlight. During the winter, it effectively melts
snow and keeps it from causing leaks. EPDM also reduces heating costs in the cold Denver
winters, thanks to its heat-absorbing properties. Although normally installed in a black color, it
can now be installed in a variety of colors.

Since EPDM rubber roofing is made from recyclable materials, it can also qualify your building for Energy Tax Credits. With its superior elasticity and other properties, it’s an especially good fit for restaurants and any high-traffic roofs.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

Modified bitumen is an asphalt-based roofing material, available in single, double, or multi-ply layer options. For flat roofs, it is a cheaper alternative than TPO, EPDM, or PVC. It is often used on high-traffic rooftops that need a durable system at a low cost. It has good waterproofing characteristics and will not become brittle in cold weather or shift in hot weather. The life cycle is not as long as some of the other flat roof materials mentioned here. It’s also more susceptible to hail damage than the other commercial roofing options mentioned above.

Fluid Applied Roofing Systems

Fluid applied systems (or roof coatings) have become extremely popular for flat roofs in Denver in the past decade. The four primary types of coatings are epoxy, acrylic, asphaltic emulsion, and silicon. But it’s the recent advances in the silicon coating systems such as Gaco and the increased warranty levels that have made them the go-to alternative to a full roof replacement.

A fluid-applied silicon roof cures into a finished product that is much like TPO. It is both
highly elastic and reflective. You can install it right on top of an existing roof, such as a TPO
or EPDM, and you can get the same 20-year warranty you’d get for TPO or EPDM. You can even avoid the messy, noisy, and expensive tear-off of the old system. Since a coating is considered maintenance rather than a new system, you can also avoid the requirement of bringing the building up to code. This is especially important in Denver and other cities that have passed “green roof” or “cool roof” ordinances.

Fluid applied coatings are not just limited to low slope roofs. They can be applied to virtually any roofing system, including standing seam metal.

PVC Flat Roofing

A PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) commercial roofing system is another thermoplastic roof like TPO. And just like EPDM and TPO, it comes in rolls and is adhered to the roof in the same way. PVC features durable seams which are incredibly resistant to punctures, oils, and other damaging elements. PVC typically has low maintenance costs and extreme durability, so it is quite popular in many areas of the country.

However, PVC tends to be a little more rigid than TPO or EPDM. For that reason, some commercial roofers do not believe it is as good of a fit for Denver’s extreme temperature changes.

“Colorado Superior Roofing was Highly Dependable and Efficient”
—Brent Traver, ARCO/Murray

10 Checklist Items For Your Commercial Flat Roof

Below is our recommended Denver Commercial Flat Roof Maintenance Checklist to help ensure that you don’t overlook any of the elements of your roof that require inspection. Your completed checklist can likewise serve as proof of proper maintenance should you need to submit an insurance or warranty claim for your flat roof.

Here are the steps we recommend taking to get the most value and the least trouble from your flat roof system in Colorado. This is a quarterly checklist. If everything is fine on your roof, this checklist really won’t take more than an hour or two, depending on the size of your roof.

“What a wonderful experience we had with Colorado Superior Roofing. Pete and the team were great to work with and extremely professional.”

—Robin Linker, Aurora, CO


Schedule a Quote from One of Denver’s Best Commercial Roofers

The commercial roofing professionals at Colorado Superior Roofing have decades of experience repairing, maintaining, and replacing Denver commercial roofs. If you have any questions regarding your commercial flat roof, please give us a call. The initial inspection and report are always FREE!

How to Find Us

 

North/Southbound 25:  Exit Northbound on S. Colorado Blvd.  Turn left on E. Florida Ave.  The location is to the right in the Belcaro Place Building.

West/Eastbound 70:  Head Southbound on 25 towards Colorado Springs.  Exit on S. Colorado Blvd and turn left.  Turn left on E. Florida Ave.  The location is to the right in the Belcaro Place Building.

Is There Parking? – Yes we have a parking lot available and are located in the Belcaro Place building.

 

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Denver Location

3801 E Florida Ave Suite 400

Denver

80210, CO

United States

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Or Call Us

+1 303-416-4072

Services

Residential Roofing Denver CO

Commercial Roofing Denver CO

Hail Damage Roof Repair Denver CO

Reviews From Our Denver Roofing Clients

“I was unhappy with our current roofing contractor but we had some leakage into our hotel and I needed it fixed. I called Colorado Superior Roofing and Andrew showed up the next day, identified the problem, gave us a cost and the problem was resolved within a week. Truly Superior customer service!”
—Tom Rice

 

“Our company has been working with Colorado Superior Roofing for about 3 years. An A+ reliable local business of the highest integrity. Highly recommend you use them for any commercial or residential projects.”
—Kenny Marks

 

“It has been a pleasure doing business with Colorado Superior Roofing. Our companies have worked together for a few years now, and we have found them to be consistently reliable, honest, and all around great people. We work directly with the owner of CSR and get to see firsthand how their business is run. It’s apparent that they are the very best at what they do.”
—Stephanie Betthauser

Contact Us Today!

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8 AM – 8 PM

 

Colorado Superior Roofing

We deliver the personal service and professionalism you deserve. We look forward to speaking with you soon and to delivering exceptional service for all your roofing needs.

Colorado Superior Roofing & Construction, Inc.

Phone:

Main Headquarters
303-937-7000

Colorado Springs
719-428-2901

Parker
303-233-0111
Littleton
303-233-0019

Longmont
303-238-1002
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