For quality, efficiency, and performance, consider metal roofing from Craftech Roofing in Denver, Colorado. From our first inspection to the final cleanup, we will take care of you. We can handle small residential homes, large apartment complexes, and commercial buildings. You can count on us to get the job done right.

Benefits Of Metal Roofing

There are many things to consider when deciding on a roof replacement. You’ve probably looked into a variety of styles, colors, and even materials.

Metal roofing offers great benefits for both commercial and residential properties.

  • Long Life expectancy
  • Lightweight Material
  • Quick, Professional Installs
  • Fire Resistance / Noncombustible
  • Ideal For Lower Pitched Roofs
  • Good In Rain & Snow

Extend The Life Of Your Roof

When properly installed, a metal roof can last 30-50 years or more and require very little in the way of maintenance. These roofs can often be repainted instead of replaced. And while this type of roofing can cost more to install than some other types initially, it’s often a more economical choice in the long run.

Lightweight Roofing Materials

Metal roof panels are very lightweight compared to many of the other roofing options out there. If you choose a metal roofing installation during your initial building (or new construction) process, it may even be possible to reduce the number of roof supports you need.

A Time-Saving Option

As a professional, licensed roofing company, we can handle your new metal roof installation or replacement very quickly. Swift Installs can be vitally important when storms are approaching, or construction schedules need to be met. Some types may even be installed directly over your existing roof, reducing the need for tear-off.

Great For Our Colorado Weather

Due to the way these roof panels interlock, and because of the hard and slippery nature of the material, a metal roof is nearly impervious to rain and slow. Darker-toned metal roofs warm quickly, encouraging snow to melt off quicker. Hard weather compatibility can be a huge benefit during our Denver winters.

Is It Time For A Roof Replacement?

Regardless of the type of roof you currently have on your home or business, you may find yourself wondering if it’s time to start thinking about replacement. Of course, if you are experiencing leaks, you will need to have your roof examined by our commercial and residential roofers as soon as possible for repair. If your current roof is asphalt shingles, we also recommend a yearly inspection.

There are several other signs that your roof should be checked for possible replacement with metal roofing.

  • Shingles Are Curled Or Cupped
  • You Have Bald Spots Were Roofing Material Is Missing
  • Cracked Shingles
  • 20+ Years Old
  • It Looks Old & Worn Out

Metal Roof Replacements

While your metal roof may be nearly maintenance-free, improper installation or severe weather damage can lead to needing a metal roof replacement earlier than expected. If you spot any of the following, you should call us as soon as possible to inspect your metal roofing.

  • Tears, Gouges Or Punctures
  • Rust & Discoloration
  • Fasteners Lifting
  • Any Signs Of Corrosion
  • Missing, Hanging, Or Damaged Flashing
  • Finish Coming Off Of Any Panels
  • Loose Nails
  • Leaking

Your Trusted Residential & Commercial Roofers

Don’t get taken by one of those “fly by night” roof installation companies or contractors. Denver residents have been trusting Craftech Roofing since 1986. We take the stress out of roof replacements and repairs from communicating with your insurance company to materials selection and final job site clean up. We take great pride in our work and level of customer service.

Your Source For Metal Roofs In Denver

Neglected small repairs can quickly turn into entire roof replacements. Leave the troubleshooting and fixes to us. Or, let us help you weigh the pros and cons of installing a new metal roof. So you can choose the right option for your home or business.

Contact us today to schedule an inspection and estimate for your new metal roof.