We are still operating! Did you know that we can complete re-roof and repairs without any customer contact? A to Z has adapted our process to keep our customers and workers safe. We can inspect your roof and you don’t even have to be present! We can provide online or email reports with photo documentation and complete repairs / replacements/ inspections while practicing proper social distancing, eliminating any direct customer contact.
We’re Colorado’s go-to source for reliable, fast, and affordable roof repair and replacement services.
Since 1994, A-to-Z Roofing and Exteriors has been repairing and restoring roofs in Colorado using only state-of-the-art products installed by knowledgeable technicians who put safety first.
If your roof has been damaged due to inclement Colorado weather, we know how challenging it can be to find a great roofing company to work with. There’s no shortage of door-to-door roofing sales people that would love you to hire them. As persuasive as they may seem, ask yourself this: Can you trust them?
For more than 25 years, A-to-Z Roofing and Exteriors has been a trusted roofing resource for all of Colorado. Of all the roofing contractors in this state, we’re among the very few that can tackle any roofing project, no matter how extensive, anywhere in the state.
The quality of our craftsmanship speaks for itself through the hundreds of roofing projects we’ve completed over the years, and we have one of the longest lists of happy customers you’ll find anywhere!
Here in the Centennial State, the weather can get downright nasty. Our winters in particular are known for their harsh winds, ample snowfall, and potentially devastating hailstorms.
Over time, the temperamental Colorado climate will eventually wreak havoc on roofs. Piercing hail, falling debris, and gale-force winds can rip roofs to shreds. It’s just a feature of life here among the Rockies.
Thankfully, A-to-Z Roofing and Exteriors is here to help by providing the following services:
Partial or complete roof replacement
Gutter and downspout replacement
Exterior siding replacement
Low-slope and flat roof installations
TPO, PVC, modified bitumen, and other commercial roofing material installation
Energy efficient roof upgrades
Our team of roofing professionals are licensed, insured, trained, and certified, giving our customers the peace of mind they want in dealing with a roofing contractor.
No matter how bad the damage is to the roof of your home or business, and no matter what style, size, or slope of your roof, A-to-Z Roofing and Exteriors has the expertise and high-quality roofing products needed to ensure you get a durable, long-lasting roof that protects your property for years to come.
Every roofing project we take on goes through our rigorous quality assurance process, which includes the following four steps:
Our technicians physically inspect your roof. We look for areas of damage that other roofing contractors (and even your insurance adjuster) often miss. This involves a physical inspection of your roof, its underlayment, and attic or crawl spaces (if necessary).
If there’s roof damage anywhere to be found we’ll find it.
We work with your insurance company with your best interest in mind. Remember that your insurance adjuster works for the insurance company, not for you! We’ll be by your side throughout the claim process, so that nothing is left unchecked.
This results in the highest chances of your insurance claim getting approved and the costs for the needed repairs being covered.
We’ll educate you on all of your options. Not all roofing materials are created equal. During step three, we’ll share various roofing samples with you and explain all of the options available to you.
Our goal is to help you make an informed, smart choice about what roofing solution works best for you.
Work will be scheduled on days and times that work best for you. We understand life is hectic. So, we do the best we can to accommodate your schedule as work is completed.
We’ll help with claim settlement post-project. It’s common for insurance companies to withhold a percentage of the claim reimbursement until all of the work is complete. After your roof is replaced or repaired, we’ll expedite payment by invoicing the insurance company on your behalf.
Our mission in life is to make Colorado roof repairs and replacements as easy on home and business owners as possible.
Roof repairs and replacements are big investments.
Don’t risk your investment by choosing an inferior roofer.
For a smooth, professional roof contracting experience, choose the roofing industry experts at A-to-Z Roofing and Exteriors. We know what it takes to earn your business for life, and we’re willing to do the heavy lifting required to earn your business over the long term.
To schedule a free, no-obligation visit with one of our roofing technicians, contact us today by calling (303) 781-8185.
That depends on the specific material the manufacturers’ shingle installation requires. For Instance, Owens Corning’s recommendations for installation of Owens Corning asphalt shingles in cold weather is when the air and surface temperatures are at or below 40°F includes applying 4 spots of asphalt roof cement per field shingle (complying with the ASTM D4586, Type I or Type II). The four spots of roof cement should be evenly spaced on laminate (architectural) shingles approximately 1 inch from the leading edge of the shingle and pressed in placed. Take caution to ensure the asphalt roof cement does not squeeze out beyond the leading edge of the shingle. All shingles along the rake edge must also be hand sealed when ambient temperatures are at or below 40°F.
Shingles installed in cold weather may not immediately seal until warmer temperatures are present for the sealant to activate. This lack of sealing could result in shingle blow offs during a high wind event. Most manufacturers’ warranties will not cover shingle blow offs if the installation did not comply with their cold weather requirements. We have seen numerous times when a roof was improperly installed in cold weather was damaged or partially blown off in a high wind event in Colorado.
For flat roof installations that require adhesive to apply the roof membrane a typical minimum ambient temperature of 50 degrees is required for the adhesive to properly activate and set up allowing for full adhesion of the single ply membranes. Failure to allow the adhesive to setup and cure can result in the membranes coming off in high wind events.
Roofing costs can vary greatly depending on the condition of the roof deck, the number of layers of roofing being removed, the number of stories of the project, and the steepness of the roof. Roofing is hard and dangerous work and most of the materials in residential roofing are petroleum based and prices are constantly going up. Like most home improvement projects, prices can vary based upon the quality and type of materials, the contractor you select and the time of year the project is scheduled. Contractors with the most experience, proper licensing, insurance, and manufactures certifications are typically more expensive than less experienced qualified roofers.
It can, as long as long as you are properly insured and your roof was damaged by an insurable loss like hail or wind. It is important to review your policy with regards to wind and hail damage deductibles for your home. Many insurance carriers have higher deductibles for roof damage from wind and hail. Some insurance companies are as high as 3% of the property value.
If your home has a replacement value of $500,000 and you have a 3 % deductible for wind and hail your responsible for the 1st $15,000.00 of the roof replacement before insurance kicks in.
Additionally it’s critical to have a reputable roofer inspect your roof prior to filing an insurance claim to prevent filing a claim when there is no damage which could have an impact on future rates and insurability. If your roof is just old and not damaged by wind or hail, filing a claim could result in being cancelled or have to replace your roof to maintain existing coverage. Many homeowners are told by door to door roofing sales people they have damage and to file a claim when there is no damage. You should avoid letting door to door roofing inspectors sales people on your roof. Please do some research, get referrals and call a reputable roofing contractor. Check the Colorado Roofing Association website www.coloradoroofing.org for a list of reputable local contractors.
Most municipalities will no longer allow you to install a new roof over an old roof.
When installing a new roof it is important to remove all of the old roofing materials down to the roof deck. This allows for inspection of the roof deck and replacement of damaged roof sheathing if necessary. Your contractor needs to inspect skylight curbs, ventilation, and roof penetrations to install the roof system correctly.
Typically no. Most roofing work can be completed without entering the home. The only times a roofer may want to come inside is to inspect the attic space when investigating a leak or assessing ventilation needs or to inspect the roof deck from the underside to determine the type of roof deck currently in place.