Congratulations, you need a new roof! Yes, we know; nobody says that. But if you step back and think, a complete roof replacement is an excellent opportunity to select a roof that fits your style, taste, budget, and plans. Compare these five residential roofing material options, and then pick the roof type that suits you and your family best. Read more ›
Life comes at you fast and hard. One minute you are idly contemplating a roof replacement for your Denver and Fort Collins-area home, the next, you are struggling to answer, “How does roof financing work?” Financing for roof replacement is straightforward when you work with a superior, local roofing contractor. Read more ›
As you enjoy your spring days outdoors under a glorious Colorado sun, perhaps you glance up at your Denver-area home’s gutters every now and then. Can gutters overflow? Should I be worried about my home’s gutters? If your gutters are already overflowing, the questions are probably different: Can gutters cause roof leaks? What can I do about my gutters?
You’ve heard it said but never known: why are seamless gutters better for your Denver-area home? Perhaps you’ve seen those segmented gutter bits and pieces in the big-box do-it-yourself (DIY) store and wondered if they are any good and if you could put them up yourself. We know of three reasons to go with custom-fitted, seamless gutters. Read more ›
Houses are confusing. Why are many doorknobs brass-coated? Why do people have housewarming parties? When is a gutter required on a house? We can answer all three of those, but only the third one seriously affects your home’s value. Read more ›
One square foot of your Denver or Fort Collins home’s roof can shed more than a half gallon of rainwater per inch of rainfall, according to conservationist site Graywater Action. That means a 2,000-square-foot home could drain more than 28,000 gallons of water a year. Your home’s gutters are essential to keeping your home high and dry. How big should those gutters be? Read more ›
You can gaze into a crystal ball to know when to repair roof shingles, or you can call your nearby residential roofing contractor for a real expert’s opinion. Your roofer can clear up a few misconceptions. First, roof shingles are not repaired; they are carefully, meticulously replaced. Second, the right time for roof repair can mean more than one thing! Read more ›
What does an average wedding cost these days? Perhaps hard to believe, the median cost is $22,500, according to Business Insider. People take out loans to pay for their nuptials. Well then, what does a roof repair cost? And can you get roof repair with financing, the same way you can with a wedding? While first marriages that end in divorce last about 8 years, on average, how long will a roof repair last? Read more ›