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Denver Roof Contractors

Roofing Experts Denver, Inc began business in October of 1996.  We have earned our flawless reputation the old fashioned way, “One Customer at a Time.”  We are recognized as the Residential Denver Roof Contractors Specialist.  We have a great working relationship with all of our manufacturers.  Our main objective is to provide the highest quality craftsmanship on every job.  We’ve been recognized by all of our manufacturers in press releases, we are also featured in both of our manufacturers brochures for our quality work.  In addition we were featured on the front cover of “Metal Home Digest:” Nov/Dec 2001 issue and Nov/Dec 2002 issue.  We have also been recognized by “Qualified Remodeler Magazine” as one of the top 500 remodeling companies in the nation. No one understands the residential metal roofing like we do.  We offer only the highest quality metal roofing systems that have proven themselves in the field for over 20 years.

Hello, My name is Mark Breashears, and I always enjoy meeting new friends and clients.  I appreciate your willingness to discuss your leaking roof repair Denver Co project with us.  Our Mission Statement says, “We provide the Highest Quality Products and Installations, at the best possible price to our customer.”  We back our installation with a full 2-year Warranty.  We also comply with Workers’ Compensation and carry a $1 Million Dollar Liability Insurance Policy for your protection.

In addition, I am a licensed Contractor for your protection as well.  Before a license is issued they review my company books to ensure that my company is financially stable.  They also review a large portion of my client base to make sure they are satisfied with the work that was performed.  A full 5-year background investigation is conducted on my Company and I have to be recommended by a Licensed Contractor and Architect in order to be accepted.  In addition, My Company is bonded to ensure the project will be completed in the event something should happen to me.  These are all very good reasons to only hire a Licensed Contractor to help you with your remodeling project.  It is for your protection.

I’m so confident you will be satisfied with our work, I will refund you $250.00 if, for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied.  Now, that’s putting your money where your mouth is!  I don’t know of another Contractor willing to make that statement.  I’m looking forward to working with you on your project and I hope to hear from you soon.  Your project will be an enjoyable experience.  That is my personal guarantee.

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Mark Breashears President

Find a Metal roof in Denver

Metal roofs have been used since antiquity. Ancient metal roofs were made of sheets of lead or copper, and colonists in the early United States used roofs of sheet iron, which were coated with tin, lead or zinc to make them rustproof. Metal roofs are usually installed as sheets with standing seams to guard against leakage. In the latter part of the 19th century, roofs began to be made of corrugated iron panels, which were so strong that they needed less support than other roofing contractors denver, CO materials. In the 20th century, corrugated aluminum panels were used as roofing material because they also required less support. Now, metal roofs can have elements shaped to look like shingles or tiles.

Today’s options for Denver metal roofing include metal panels. These panels come in a variety of bright colors. They have a bare steel foundation over a backer coat. Over the steel is a layer of galvanized coating, a zinc coat, a coat of primer that resists corrosion and a final coat of polyester finish. They are easy to install, maintain, clean and resist dirt and stains. Some are available in lengths of three through 40 feet.

Other steel shingles are made to look like cedar shakes. They’re extremely long lasting and can resist hurricane force winds, though they’re both lightweight and fire resistant. The shingles can also be installed over a roof that’s already in place. Unlike real cedar shingles, which turn rich silver over time, these metal shingles come in a good selection of colors.

Steel roofs can also be coated with stone. These Denver’s stone coated steel roofs, which come in shapes that resemble traditional adobe tiles, are made of an aluminum zinc alloy covered with steel coated with stone granules. The granules are sealed with a polymer. They have all the beauty of tile roofs, but they’re lighter, won’t split, rot or burn and aren’t troubled with cracking or the shrinkage and expansion that comes with seasonal weather. Again, these tiles can be bought in pretty, traditional colors.

Stone coated metal shingles can also be had. Like the other stone coated metal roofing options, they require little maintenance and last for decades. They’re made of the same materials as the steel tiles, and are locked together. This interlocking, together with the nonporous nature of the metal, makes the roof especially weatherproof. Stone coated metal shingles can also be installed over an existing roof, so the homeowner doesn’t have the added expense of having to remove the original roof.  Contact an Denver roofing contractors today to help you determine what the best options are for your circumstances.