Frequently Asked Questions

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Are an inspection and an estimate the same thing?
No, they are not the same. An inspection is when we visit your property to speak with you, inspect damage, inspect items for replacement, or inspect for the new construction of a project. An estimate is when we write up a quote for your project.
Do you charge for an inspection?

No, all types of inspections are free.

Do You Charge For An Estimate?

No, we do not charge for estimates.

Do you handle insurance?

All the time.  Most of our work is related to an insurance claim.  We will gladly help you navigate the process, the paperwork and understand the lingo.  Further, we can repair most of your hail or wind-related damage including roofs, siding, fences, decks, windows, etc. so that you only need to work with one contractor, not several.

Are you local?

Yes, we are family-owned, born and stationed in Colorado Springs.

Do you do work out in Falcon, Divide, Larkspur, etc?

Yes, we work in many locations in the Front Range area.

What is the difference between steep slope and low slope roofs?

Steep slope is an industry term referring to residential homes. Low slope is a general term referring to flat, commercial buildings. There are other technical differences, but if you remember residential and commercial that provides a good overall perspective.

What types of roofing do you install?

We work on steep slope and low slope roofs, and install shingles, metal roofing, shake, Decra, EPDM, Modified Bitumen, silicon coatings such as Gaco, and a couple more. If your type of roof is not listed here, give us a call, we probably work with it.  For our commercial prospects, we do not do torch roofing.

Do You Repair Roofs?

Yes, we repair all types of roofs.  Whenever possible we try to repair before replacing.  Replacing a roof is a costly expense.  Let’s make sure you don’t replace it prematurely.

Do you do commercial roofing?

We do light commercial roofing, primarily small repairs. We are capable of doing larger repairs or renovations. Some of the roof types listed such as EPDM and Gaco apply to commercial roofs, but they also install on residential flat roofs.

Have More Questions?

We would be happy to answer any questions you have about your project or insurance.