Residential Roofing Services
When looking for a new roof for your home, please make sure to reasearch your roofing contractor. In the internet age that is incredibly easy. You want someone that is locally licensed, and who is in good standing with the secretary of state and the BBB. You also want someone who will be around to honor the roof warranty. Seems like every time we have a hailstorm, local amateurs and out of state contractors come pouring in!
At CSR&E we are proud of the reputation and trust we have earned from repairing and installing thousands of roofs over the past 20+ years. Some of the reasons to consider CSR&E as your roofing contractor:
- Over 20 years’ experience in all Types of Roofs
- A+ BBB Rating
- Preferred Contractors On Team Dave Logan
- Over 300 5 Star Reviews across all Platforms
- 5 Star Rated by Home Services Review ( one of only 4 Denver Area companies)
- Best of Home Advisor Award
- Angie’s List Super Service Award
- Industry Leading Warranties- we even warrant our repairs!
- Insurance Claims Experts with Former Adjusters on Staff
Roof damage only becomes worse over time, so acting quickly can save you a lot of money and trouble. Call us for a free roof inspection. We will arrive on time and complete a thorough assessment. If we find anything wrong with your roof, we will explain the issue in detail and present a quote to fix it.
For minor repairs, we can often finish the job on the initial visit. So, do not let minor roof damage turn into major roof damage!
We Offer 24×7 Emergency Roof Repair
Signs of Roof Damage
In Colorado, the most common reason for roof damage is wind and hailstorms. Those are insurable issues, and we can work directly with your insurance company to get that taken care of. But there are many other causes of roof damage. Some problems, such as missing shingles may be obvious. But there are other signs that may indicate that you should have your roof looked at by a professional. Here are a few of those:
- Can you see any sagging areas on your roof?
- Is your roof older than 15 years?
- Do you see any signs of rotting damage to your wood soffits or fascia?
- Is there a large granule accumulation in your gutters?
- Do you notice any brown spots on your interior ceiling?
- Are the shingles curling or buckling
Residential Roof Replacement Material Options
There are many different types of residential roofs in Colorado. The three most common options are listed below.
This is the most common roofing material used in Colorado ( and most other states). They are durable, inexpensive, and come in a wide range of colors and styles. They require very little maintenance to maintain their color for many years. In Colorado they typically last 10-15 years.
Tile is a popular and stylish option for homes in the Denver area. There are few different types of tile to choose from, including clay, concrete, and synthetic tile. Tile is more expensive than asphalt shingles but will last much longer. Please be aware that concrete and clay tile are both very heavy and if you are replacing asphalt shingles, you will need to get an engineering report to make sure your roof can manage the extra weight.
Metal panel roofing systems are becoming increasingly popular among Colorado homeowners. They provide a unique style and are the longest-lasting option available. They are energy-efficient and incredibly durable. However, like tile they do cost quite a bit more than asphalt shingles.
Flat Roofing Materials
Although flat roofing is found more in commercial properties than homes, there are many homes in Colorado that have flat roofs. For those roofs we use one of the membrane roofing options such as EPDM, TPO, or PVC. We also install a lot of fluid applied roofs, which is a liquid that hardens into a TPO roof. It can cost as much as 40% less than a traditional flat roof and comes with the same warranty!
Residential Roofing Replacement Costs
It is nearly impossible to give someone an exact cost for a new roof without inspecting the existing roof on the home. That is because roof installation costs will vary based on factors such as how many stories is the house? How many roof layers are currently on the house? How steep is the roof? What does local code require? Does the underlying decking have any damage? So, while we cannot provide you with an exact cost for your roof without performing an inspection, we would be happy to give you a ballpark estimate over the phone for budgeting purposes.