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September 21, 2020
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The Best Roofers in Denver CO Are the Ones Proven Safe To Hire

Roofing contractors in Denver CO bearing The Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10 symbol are the roofing companies that have met a higher standard than the minimum state, county, or city regulatory standard. They are those roofers proven by our independent research to have passed the TOP 10 requirements for competency and value, that carry liability insurance for your protection, who use only employees verified legal to work in the U.S., and for whom our staff has called previous customers to verify high satisfaction with them as roofers in Denver CO for new roofing, re-roofing, or roofing repair including shingle roofing, shake roofing, metal roofing, tile roofing and more.

The TOP 10 Roofing Companies in Denver CO

The TOP 10 Roofing Companies in Denver CO

Great Roofing & Restoration

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(720) 389-8371
951 20th St # 2746
Denver, CO 80202

Areas Served: West Highland, City of Denver CO, LoDo, Park Hill, Lower…
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Premier Roofing

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(303) 233-7663
2570 W 8th Ave
Denver, CO 80204

Areas Served: City of Denver, Greektown, Lowry, Five Points, Washington Park, Golden…
Services: new roofing, roof repair, roof inspection, gutters & downspouts

MK Roofing Inc

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(303) 458-8773
4315 Tennyson St
Denver, CO 80212

Areas Served: Denver Colorado, Highland, Park Hill, West Highland, LoDo, Baker, Union…
Services: roofing contractors for new roofing, roof repairs, re-roofing, new permanent…

Alpine Roofing Co

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(303) 295-7769
4780 York St
Denver, CO 80216

Areas Served: City of Denver CO, West Highland, Park Hill, Highland, Lower…
Services: local roofers for new roofing, roof repair, roof leak, slate…

CJ Roofing

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(303) 730-0052
4020 Brighton Blvd
Denver, CO 80216

Areas Served: Highland, Lower Downtown Denver, Five Points, LoDo, West Highland, City…
Services: roofing contractors for roof repair, reroofing, roof maintenance, roof inspections

Tiley Roofing

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(303) 426-7370
5399 Federal Blvd
Denver, CO 80221

Areas Served: Denver Colorado, Lower Downtown Denver, West Highland, Greektown, LoDo, Baker
Services: roof company for roof shingle replacement, roof replacement & re-roofing

Roofcorp of Metro Denver Inc

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(303) 766-2444
1685 S Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222

Areas Served: Lower Downtown Denver CO, Park Hill, Highland, West Highland, LoDo…
Services: residential roofing, commercial roofing, steel roofing, copper roofing, leak repair

Simon Roofing

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(720) 328-0373
2484 S Delaware St
Denver, CO 80223

Areas Served: Park Hill, Highland, Baker, City of Denver CO, Park Hill,…
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The Best Roofers in Denver CO Are the Ones Proven Safe To Hire

The state of Colorado doesn't require any state license of roofing contractors in Denver CO, instead leaving it up to the cities, and for unincorporated areas, the county as to whether or not the industry is regulated, so there is no state standard for competency for residential and commercial roofing in Denver CO.

But even a city or county license, if required, is no guarantee that any particular roofer in Denver CO is doing business ethically, delivering value, or satisfying customers.

This makes it all the more significant that all contractors for roofing in Denver CO who bear The Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have been cleared by our research staff as passing all the requirements for Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 status such as survey phone calls to previous customers to verify high satisfaction, good complaint record, verified county or city license (where applicable), verified liablity and workers comp insurance for your protection, only employees legal to work in the U.S., and more.

Roofing Contractors in Denver CO Perform Numerous Services

Roofing contractors install new roofs, but their experience with certain tasks and materials can vary. for instance, pitched roofs require a greater level of skill to install or repair. Most roofing companies in Denver also perform regular roof maintenance or roof repairs, including foam recoats and shake roof conversions. Some roofing contractors in Denver CO do emergency roofing repairs in the event of a roof leak, often with 24 hour availability. In addition to installation and roof repair for roof coatings and coverings, some roofers install downspouts and gutters (even seamless gutters). Some of the best roofing contractors in Denver CO use manufacturer certified technicians to install, repair or refurbish your roof, so you can expect a greater level of workmanship and better manufacturer warranties on their work.

Roofing Contractors in Denver CO Offer Many Parts and Roofing Materials

There is such a wide variety of roofing materials and styles and each roofing material has its own benefits. Choices include shake roofs or imitation shake roofs, wood shingle roofs, cedar shingle roofs, clay tile roofs, slate roofs or even concrete tile roofs.

There are roofing companies in Denver CO who specialize in metal roofs. They can fix or recoat steel roofing, steel roof shingles, stone coated steel roofing, aluminum roofing, insulated aluminum roofing, corrugated metal roofing, copper roofing, or zinc roofing. Some local roofing contractors can  rejuvenate an aging roof and take preventative measures to avoid future roof problems. They might use adhesive methods or modified bitumen to lay down new fire resistant roofing, or may apply elastomeric coatings or polyurethane foam for protection against the elements. In addition to basic roof coverings, some roofing contractors apply hot tar, tar and gravel, or install custom roof edging.

There are also some new products available for the eco-minded homeowner. Instead of wooden roof shingles, roofers might substitute composite roofing or energy efficient roofing. Some roofers in Denver even have access to ventilation products to insert into your preexisting roof.



There are three main roof types based on their slope or pitch: High Slope, Low Slope, and Flat.

High Slope Roof: Over five inches of vertical rise for every 12 horizontal inches
Low Slope Roof: Two inches to five inches of vertical rise for every 12 horizontal inches
Flat Roof: Less than two inches vertical rise for every 12 horizontal inches



The components of a roofing system are: Structural Support, Roof Sheathing, Underlayment, Flashing, and Roofing Material.

Structural Support: Rafters, trusses or joists that support the roofing system.Custom roofing contractors install a new shingle roof on a home with a complicated roofline.

Roof Sheathing: What immediately covers the structural support. This is most commonly plywood or OSB (Oriented Strand Board).

Underlayment: A moisture barrier immediately on top of the roof sheathing. Sometimes called roof felt.

Flashing: Where the roof surface meets vertical surfaces (like a chimney) or at valleys created where adjoining roof sections of different angles meet, a metallic flashing is installed.

Roofing Material: The topmost layer of the roof which you can see, such as shingles, tile, etc.



Asphalt Shingles, or alternatively, Fiberlass Shingles

Rolled Roofing / Built Up Roofing: Used for flat roofs or very low slope roofs.

Foam Roofing / Polyurethane Roofing: Used for flat roofs as an alternative to Rolled Roofing or Built Up Roofing

Metal Roofing

Wood Shakes

Tar & Gravel

Reflective Lightweight Rocks

Clay Tile / Concrete Tile


Water Shields for Roofing
A roofing water shield looks very similar to the traditional felt paper used to line roofs but is higher performance. Felt paper stops most leaks where water gets under the tiles or shingles but sometimes still lets A commercial roofing contractor installs a layer of flat commercial roofing product, a TPO flat roofing membrane.leaks form by letting water through where one sheet of felt paper overlaps another or where nails have created holes in the felt paper.

The  water shield roofing material is made of a rubberized asphalt with a sticky backing that seals overlaps unlike felt paper, and forms a seal around nails when it is penetrated.  Roofers in Denver CO can cover your entire roof with the water shield, or apply it only where leaks frequently happen.  The roofing contractors can also bend the water shield to create a leak-proof barrier around anything that penetrates a roof, such as vents, chimneys, and skylights, then use standard roof flashings to cover the ice and water shield sub-flashing.

Some Roofers in Denver CO Are Safer To Spend With Than Others
The Prime Buyer's Report lists these roofing contractors in Denver CO: . Other roofing contractors in Denver CO who might still be in business include: .

Questions To Ask Roofing Companies in Denver CO

When choosing which roofer to hire, ask the right questions about their experience, range of services, credentials, and methods and materials.

• How long have they been in business as roofers in Denver? This indicates how well they know the local city ordinances, codes, and permit requirements for your area.

• How many roofs have they done specifically in Denver? This indicates how well they know the performance of different materials and installation methods in your particular climate, rainfall and wind patterns.

• How many roofs have they done of the same type as yours, i.e. same materials: clay tile versus asphalt shingle, same type: flat versus high slope, and same scope: repair only versus tear-off and reroof versus new roofing, etc.

• Can the roofing company give you client names and numbers you can call as references? (All roofing contractors bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had their client references called by our research staff so you don't have to.)

• What is the projected time frame for completion of the new roof installation or roof repair?

• Does the roofing contractor have active workers' compensation and general liability insurance for your protection? (All roofers in Denver bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had their proof of insurance verified by our research staff so you don't have to.)

• How will the roofing companies calculate pricing for new roofs or roof repairs?

• Will they provide a written estimate that specifies the exact amount of material to be used, including sizes, brand names, product numbers etc? (This is key because the cheapest roofing companies often only seem cheaper because they are quoting inferior materials or low quality brands compared to other roofers.)

• Will the roofing contractors provide a written contract?

• Will permits be needed? If so, will they be responsible for getting them or will that be up to you?

• Can the roofing contractor prove that all their workers sent to your property are legally allowed to work in the U.S.? (All roofing companies in Denver CO bearing The Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already signed an agreement to only hire documented workers.)

• How often and when do they clean up?

• What is the manufacturer's warranty on the roofing system or material the contractor is suggesting?

• What kind of warranties and guarantees on their labor do they offer besides the manufacturer warranty on the roofing materials, and can you see a copy?

• Do they offer multiple types of roofing materials and brands, or are they restricted to quoting one manufacturer?

• For new roofing or re-roofing, does their quote include replacing the flashings around chimneys and vents? Not doing so is one way that cheap roofing companies merely appear cheap.

• What type of wood will be used on your roof and in what thickness? For example, using cheap plywood made from pine which is susceptible to warping is another way cheap roofers merely appear cheaper, as opposed to using plywood made from stronger Douglas fir.

• Will they being using nails (proper) or instead using staples (cheaper and faster for them but lacks holding power and can invalidate a manufacturer's warranty)?

When you've chosen the best roofing contractor in Denver CO for your specific needs, make sure they are licensed with your city or county if that's required by law since Colorado doesn't require a state license roofing contractors. (All roofing companies in Denver CO bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had their city or county license (if one is required by law) verified by our research staff so you don't have to.)

Resources About Roofing Companies in Denver CO

Licensing & Trade Associations Related to Roofers in Denver CO

BBB Better Business Bureau
CRA Colorado Roofing Association
NRCA National Roofing Contractors Association
Pikes Beak Regional Building Department
SRCA Slate Roofing Contractors Association
TRI Tile Roofing Institute
WSRCA Western States Roofing Contractors Association


Media & Web Resources for Roofing in Denver CO
Professional Roofing Magazine
Roofing RSI Magazine
Roofing Contractor Magazine
Traditional Roofing Magazine
Roofing Magazine
Metal Roofing Magazine
Spray Foam Roofing Magazine

The Prime Buyer's Report provides information for the TOP 10 Roofing Contractors in Denver CO within the following zip codes:

80218, 80239, 80224, 80260-2, 80232, 80217, 80238, 80223, 80250, 80231, 80216, 80293, 80237, 80222, 80249, 80230, 80215, 80290, 80236, 80221-2, 80247, 80229-2, 80214, 80265, 80235, 80220, 80246, 80228, 80212, 80264, 80234-2, 80219, 80241-2, 80227, 80262, 80233, 80203, 80210, 80014-2, 80202, 80209, 80201, 80207, 80127-2, 80206, 80123-3, 80205, 80033, 80204, 80211 and 80022-2

The Prime Buyer's Report provides information for the TOP 10 Roofers in Denver CO within the following cities:

Denver, LoDo, Lower Downtown Denver, Union Station, Baker, Greektown, Highland, Washington Park, Lowry, Five Points, Golden Triangle, West Highland and Park Hill