RESIDENTIAL ROOFING

Core Contractors is your Denver Roofing Contractor

In Colorado, our weather is beautiful but often erratic. With the intense sun, extreme cold, hail and high winds, your can roof can suffer more than any other part of your home.

If your roof has been damaged by hail, high winds, or is more than 25 years old, chances are it needs to be replaced.

At Core Contractors we offer a variety of roof packages suitable for your home, all with the guarantee of 100% satisfaction before final payment.

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TYPES OF ROOFS

Roof Type Overview Material Typical Warranty Cost Considerations
ASPHALT – Standard 3-Tab or Composition
  • One of the most common roofing materials available in the USР’В today
  • Come in a wide variety of colors and styles
  • Attached to the roof using an adhesive backing and nails
  • Ex. Owens Corning “Supreme”
Organic fiber mat or fiberglass core, integrated with asphalt and coated to add to the texture and color of the shingles Minimum 20-30 years Most affordable Unfortunately, some manufactures are beginning to phase them out
ASPHALT – Architectural or Dimensional Shingles
  • Staggered layers give the whole roof a more substantial or architectural look
  • Come in a wide variety of colors and styles
  • Some are designed to imitate slate, others wood
  • Ex. Owens Corning Oakridge or Duration shingles
Same as 3-tab, but often nearly twice as thick Lifetime (50-year) Moderate: relatively small percentage more more than your standard asphalt shingle. This options gives you a great value and a bit more of a stylish look than the standard 3-tab
WOOD SHAKE
  • Can be very attractive
  • Over time they weather out gracefully to a soft silver color that can make the house look like it’s part of the landscape
Western Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar or Eastern White Cedar Should last 30-50 years if properly installed and maintained Expensive to install

Require some routine maintenance

Many Colorado’s and insurance carriers are requiring wood shake be replaced because of fire danger
TILE
  • Proven to withstand sustained winds of 150 mph
  • Come in many colors, shapes and sizes; can be custom made to suit any architectural style
Concrete or clay Very long lasting and typically requires minimal maintenance Rather difficult to install; can be expensive Quite heavy; needs a reinforced support system
SLATE
  • Very long lasting
  • Considered the most stylish and sophisticated of all roof covers
  • Available in various grades, textures and colors
Manufactured from natural stone, which is completely fireproof, impervious to weather, sun, hot and cold Life expectancy of hundreds of years; requires little maintenance Rather difficult to install; can be expensive Quite heavy; needs a reinforced support system