Asphalt roofs are the most common residential roofs. Older versions were referred to as "3 Tabs" . The new standard is Architectural or Dimensional asphalt shingles that are much better quality, lifetime and appearance. We can provide any brand you want- CertainTeed, GAF, Owens Corning, Tamko, IKO, or Mularkey. The most common roof repair comes as part of a hail claim.
Tile roofing is typical to luxury homes. It is heavy, so if you don't have it already and want to put it on, you must have an engineer evaluate if your structure can handle the extra weight. Tile can be flat, barrel, s-type, or more. It creates an upscale an durable roof. Boral is our brand of choice.
Wood shingles and shakes where a luxury look 30 years ago. The problem is, unless you regularly maintain and oil them, in Colorado climate they dry out quickly and begin to crack and curl and rot. We often replace these with high quality asphalt, tile or stone coated steel shingles. Roof Repair is often full replacement.
Stone coated steel is a super light, super durable product. It is steel panels that have an electrical bonding process for the granules to adhere to it. Stone coated steel shingles are considered class 4 impact resistant as well. Brands like Decra provide many color options for homeowners . Price point wise, they are expensive but can be an attractive choice for increased home value and lower insurance premiums.
Metal roofing is a common choice for homes in the mountain areas. Its fireproof, durable and slides snow off easily. Its usually a standing seam version that is on residential homes instead of the ribbed panels you see on ag buildings. It has a clean finished look and will last for decades. Cost wise, its in the category of if you have to ask....
Injection molded plastic shingles may not sound durable but they actually are. They have a class 4 impact resistant rating, fire resistant, water proof, etc. They come in a variety of looks and colors to fit any home. These shingles are also very expensive however, running twice the cost of tile.