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Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. has been proudly serving our neighbors throughout Denver, Castle Rock, Colorado
Springs, Boulder and Fort Collins for many years. We specialize in all phases of the roofing process; from roof repairs to reroofing, from
maintenance programs to complete roof overhauls.
Our team here at Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. is dedicated to serving your needs in a timely manner with an
emphasis on quality craftsmanship and a commitment to customer service excellence. We pride ourselves in being a “one-stop
contractor” in the roofing industry.
We Specialize in the Following Products and Services
Colorado roofing company, Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. has been proudly serving our neighbors throughout Denver, Castle Rock, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Fort Collins for many years. We specialize in all phases of the roofing process; from roof repairs to reroofing, from maintenance programs to complete roof overhauls.
Our team here at Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. is dedicated to serving your needs in a timely manner with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship as well as a commitment to customer service excellence. We pride ourselves in being a “one-stop contractor” in the roofing industry.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration Mission Statement:
Our team here at Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration strives to “give the customer what they want, when they want it.” We are here to solve our customer’s roofing problems as well as help to guard against the future. Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. specializes in the following products and services:
- Asphalt Shingles
- Lightweight Concrete Tile
- Metal Roofing
- BUR & Modified Bitumen
- Modified Bitumen
- Slate Tile
- Wood Shake Roofing
- Residential Remodeling
- Residential Gutters
- Residential Siding
Please contact us if you have any questions or require any service. Our fully qualified staff is here to assist you and we are committed to our customer’s satisfaction
The emergence of today's Asphalt Architectural Shingles is nothing short of an artistic renaissance in roofing, and it's no secret asphalt shingles look great on your roof. Our professional roofing company takes great pride in offering superb colors, beautiful styles, and unparalleled durability and performance through a number of high-quality manufacturers like Owens Corning, GAF-ELK , Certainteed and others.
In addition, roofs adorned with beautiful asphalt architectural shingles tend to raise the overall value of your home and potentially qualify for discounts on your homeowner’s insurance policy. Asphalt roofing products are designed to endure harsh weather conditions, in harsh climates, all year round no matter where you live.
Some of the benefits of asphalt shingle roofing are:
- Wide array of rich colors
- Wide selection of textures
- uge choice of shingle styles
- Look like wood, cedar, or slate
- Very affordable, cost effective
- Long life-expectancy 30yr, 40yr & 50yr
- Excellent fire resistance
- Low maintenance
Lightweight Concrete Tile
When most people think of tile roofing, often the traditional Mediterranean style comes to mind. While the look is beautiful, red-and-round is not your only option when choosing a tile roof. Concrete tile, light weight tile and clay tile roofs are as unique as the house or building they cover and are offered in a variety of colors, blends, finishes, shapes and styles to help accentuate an individual’s desired look. Tile Roofing provides the beauty and look you want and the durability to provide years of worry free roofing.
Tile Roofs come in many forms. Tile is cool on summer and protects it from fire, not like other roofing products. These come in different colors. Tile roofs save you money on your insurance premium and are easy to repair. Ultimately, tile roofs give your house a more luxurious look.
For more information:
Please contact our professional roofing company and let us present to you your options.
Some of the benefits of Tile Roofing are:
- Architectural style choices
- Concrete and clay roof tile come in many forms to suit almost any desired architectural style, from authentic Spanish and Mediterranean to New England Colonial, historic, or contemporary
- Unique style to set apart your home
- Roofing tiles can be flat or round, simulate wood or shakes, or seek to replicate centuries-old roofing materials.
- Available in dozens of colors
- Increased Property Value
- Insurance Discounts
- Colors and sizes may be blended to achieve stunning architectural results
- Low maintenance
- Extremely durable and very long-lasting
- Fireproof - Class "A" fire resistant as a product and a system.
- Low life-cycle cost
Metal roof systems are best known for their distinctive look. While many architects and developers choose them because they are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and long lasting, they also have a distinctive appearance that sets buildings apart.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. installs metal roofing systems on residential, commercial and industrial buildings throughout Colorado. Our metal applications have included residential homes, retail centers, mixed-use projects, office buildings and multi-family buildings.
As approved applicators of metal roof systems from the leading manufacturers, we ensure that your finished roof system is installed in compliance with the manufacturer’s requirements.
Available in a wide range of finishes and materials, metal roofs allow for maximum design freedom. But sophisticated designs require an experienced and highly-competent roofer. Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. is well equipped for the job. For years, our Colorado roofing company has been installing high-quality metal roofs. We place great emphasis on workmanship and attention to detail.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. fabricates metal roofing components to the needs of specific projects. We also make and install gutters, counterflashings, copings and other architectural sheet metal roofing materials. This helps us better install metal roofing systems with complex requirements.
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BUR & Modified Bitumen
Built Up Roofing
Built up roof membranes, referred to by the acronym BUR, have been in use in the U.S. for more than 100 years. These roof systems are commonly referred to as "tar and gravel" roofs. BUR systems generally are composed of alternating layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics that create a finished membrane. The number of plies in a cross section is the number of plies on a roof: The term "four plies" denotes a four ply roof membrane construction. Sometimes, a base sheet, used as the bottommost ply, is mechanically fastened. Built up roofs generally are considered to be fully adhered if applied directly to roof decks or insulation.
The reinforcing fabrics also are called roofing felts or ply sheets. Roofing felts are reinforced with either glass-fiber mats or organic mats. Felts are produced in a standard width of 36 inches and metric width of about one meter.
The bitumen typically used in BUR roof systems is asphalt, coal tar or cold-applied adhesive. The asphalt or coal tar is heated in a kettle or tanker and then applied by mop or mechanical spreader. Asphalt is a petroleum product refined from crude oil; coal tar is derived from the distillation of coal. Cold-applied adhesives typically are solvent-based asphalts that don't have to be heated in a kettle or tanker.
A roof system composed of a built up roof membrane with two or three plies and a polymer-modified bitumen membrane cap sheet is commonly referred to as "hybrid" system. NRCA considers this type to be a polymer modified bitumen membrane system.
Polymer-modified bitumen or modified bitumen (MB) sheet membranes were developed in Europe in the early 1960s and have been in use in the U.S. since the mid 1970s. Polymer-modified roof membranes are composed of reinforcing fabrics that serve as carriers for the hot polymer-modified bitumen as it is manufactured into a roll material. MB roof system membranes are composed of multiple layers, much like BUR membranes. MB roof systems typically are installed as a two-ply system and almost always are fully adhered.
There are two types of MB roofing membranes:
SBS polymer-modified bitumen membranes commonly are installed in hot moppings of asphalt (similar to BUR systems) or cold adhesive. Some SBS modified membranes are self adhering; that is, they contain an adhesive backing.
APP polymer-modified bitumen membranes typically are heat-welded or torch-applied. Consumers should be cautioned that NRCA does not recommend torch-applying a modified bitumen membrane sheet directly to a wood deck.
Modified Bitumen Roof Systems do differ in how they are installed on the roof based on the polymer sheet chosen. SBS, a polymer that gives bitumen characteristics similar to rubber, is typically installed with hot asphalt or cold adhesives. APP, a thermoplastic polymer, is almost always installed utilizing the torch method.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration has exact product knowledge and installation experience with these types of roof systems. We can explain to you the performance characteristics associated with the various Modified Bitumen and Built-Up Roof systems so the right roof system can be selected based upon the conditions associated with your individual building.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. provides high quality slate roofing throughout Colorado and the Midwest. We pride ourselves on detailed knowledge of our products and their application and focus exclusively on combining slate roofing together with the needs of home owners. We have well-established and long-term relationships with many of the best slate suppliers all over the country. When it comes to any slate roofing project, Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. delivers unparalleled service and expertise. We look forward to working with you on your next project.
Natural slate roofing is simply the best roofing material available. It is the most durable, stable, longest lasting, and most attractive material you can put on your roof. Naturally created over millions of years, slate is both abundant and environmentally friendly.
The slate roofing industry is an old and very traditional industry. Natural slate is found all over the world, and each region has its own distinctive materials and production methods. Our journey becoming completely familiar with this peculiar industry has led us to discover high-quality materials with interesting colors, unusual textures, and significant uniformity. We can advise you on just the right slate for your application and tastes and then deliver and install that material on time and on budget.
Wood Shake Roofing
Many wood shakes and shingles have been replaced by composition or asphalt shingles. Nevertheless, wood shakes and shingles are still widely used on both commercial structures and residential housing. There are basically three different types of wood roofing products which include hand-split shakes, taper-sawn shakes and wood shingles. Most of them are made from the western red cedar tree and occasionally southern pine.
Wood shake and shingles are enjoyed by many because they provide a warm and elegant look. In fact, aesthetic reasons are the main reason why people choose to go with a wooden roof on their home.
Each wood roof product is graded according to the cut and number of defects. Wood shingles are thinner than shakes and come in Grades 1, 2 and 3. Hand-split shakes have two grades which include premium and Grade 1. Keep in mind, up to 20% of wood shakes can be flat grain, which is more vulnerable to curling. Taper-sawn shakes are just as thick as hand-split shakes and are sawn smooth on both sides. They come in three grades which include premium and Grades 1 and 2. At Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. we specializes in replacing wood shake roofing and can help you with any questions you may have about our wood shake roofing products.
Vegetative Roof Systems
A Vegetative Roof Assembly creates a more usable amenity space in the form of rooftop terraces, walkways, plazas and gardens. Gaining widespread acceptance, vegetative roofs offer the following practical, financial and environmental benefits:
- Financial incentives available from local, state and federal government agencies
- Extended life of roofing components; eliminate UV exposure and minimize thermal cycling
- Improved energy efficiency to reduce a buildings' heating/cooling costs
Research has shown that the installation of a vegetative roof can result in a number of important environmental benefits. These are so significant that in many areas, sustainable roofing designs are being mandated in order to:
- Reduce storm water runoff and sewer bills – Plants absorb water, reducing load on sewage treatment plants, helping to keep contaminants out of lakes and streams.
- Reduce urban heat island effect – When compared to a black-surfaced roof on a sunny summer day, a vegetative roof can be 60 °F or more cooler.
- Improve air quality – Rooftop vegetation converts carbon dioxide to oxygen.
Working hand in hand with our horticulturally trained crews, Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration technicians install roofing from the deck up through vegetation, and we don’t walk away without being certain a proper maintenance plan is in place. That way you’re assured your green roof is the healthiest it can be. Today, tomorrow, and in the years ahead.
Green buildings are in! Opting for an eco friendly remodeling for your home is one of the best choices you’ll ever make. Not only are you creating a positive impact on the environment, it’s providing a healthy and efficient home. Listed below, are some basic tips in eco friendly remodeling.
5 Tips in Eco Friendly Remodeling
G – Global
R – Recycle/ Regenerate
E – Efficiency
E – Ergonomics
N – Nature
Global. The first step in eco friendly remodeling that you can do is to think global, that is, being aware of the goals of sustainable movement and how to achieve them. A simple switch of flooring for example can make a great impact to the environment. Instead of going with industrial carpet or hefty hardwoods one can opt for bamboo, reclaimed wood or natural linoleum. Most industrial carpets or even laminated floors can leave a heavy carbon footprint in the environment. Most carpets are manufactured using petroleum and formaldehyde to glue them together which are both harsh chemicals.
Green living is a worldwide movement where a lot of building systems, materials and ideas are being developed in different parts of the globe. Technology allows homeowners to pick up simple yet effective ideas on the web from different sources.
Recycle. Recycling is not a new idea and this is one effective eco friendly remodeling option a homeowner can implement. As more people learn to recycle, more and more construction products are being made from recycled materials. Reusing materials instead of dumping them in landfills saves valuable resources; by actively looking for and buying products with recycled content, you encourage the recycling industry.
Energy Efficiency. In connection to recycling, energy efficiency is another issue which you as a homeowner should consider when having an eco friendly remodeling. The use of electricity and other HVAC systems are major concerns when it comes to home energy efficiency which is costly to operate plus leaves a huge carbon footprint to the environment. To reduce consumption and use of energy at home, you can opt to have
Major Remodeling. The most common in today’s sustainable buildings is the use of solar energy. You may go for solar panels or solar grids depending on one’s location to utilize the sun’s energy. This can be a major remodeling to your home but the benefits are endless. Solar tubes or clerestories can also be used for areas where natural light is unreachable. These lessen the use of electricity as well as provide healthy dosage of Vitamin D to building occupants.
Minor Remodeling. You can opt to have window blinds made of bamboo instead of heavy curtains for your windows. This can reduce the heat retention and can also provide goo air flow into the structure. Bamboo, rattan and seaweed are popular materials used for sustainable furniture. You can also find a good looking and durable eco friendly furniture that can fit either for outdoor or interior use.
Ergonomics. When talking about ergonomics this focuses on the impact of the building living environment to its occupants while sustainable buildings focuses more on the impact of the structure to the environment. Though different on their goals ergonomics and sustainability can go hand in hand. When choosing to do eco-green remodeling always consider ergonomics. A good example is on choosing furniture, though you may be having bamboo or wicker furniture for your living room, make sure that it’s comfortable to use even for long periods of time.
“Green ergonomics” was coined as a term that refers to the integration of ergonomics into sustainable design in achieving a healthy and productive environment for both the individual or occupant and the systems or organizational level.
Nature. Like any other type of building construction or design, a builder or a designer should always consult with nature. Having simple pocket gardens or having inside plants is already a good way to provide fresh air and cool down a home’s temperature. Though it may be a simple step most homeowners do neglect the importance of incorporating nature into their homes.
When it comes to major eco-friendly remodeling of a home, as mentioned in energy efficiency, solar tubes can be a great way to provide natural lighting to hard-to-reach areas such as basements or kitchens. One can also provide natural ventilation and circulation of air by using the concept of “passive cooling”. If you can afford to have your lawns changed into grass instead of concrete or have a fountain or a small pool then this can help in providing additional cooling systems at home this can reduce surface heat retention during the hot season.
For more information on home remodeling please contact the professionals @ Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc.
Not only can we offer time and money saving tips, Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration’s vast experience in Green Building is critical when dealing with unforeseen problems or difficult situations. Call us today at 303-757-5555 to discuss your Eco Friendly remodeling project. We’ll be happy to offer you a free consultation.
Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. provides residential gutter systems throughout Colorado. Whether it is a new installation, or a repair to an existing gutter system, our trained professionals will customize a solution for you. We have performed thousands of residential gutter installations, and we pride ourselves on designing systems that protect one of your largest investments, your home.
We proudly install only the best aluminum and steel products and ensure that each installation retains its quality appearance and performance for as long as possible. Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration also places a 5 year warranty on any installations or repairs, so in the event that you have leaks or damage to your products, we’ll repair the problem for free.
Siding is essentially vertical roofing; proper siding installation employs all the waterproofing expertise required to successfully install a roof. Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration, Inc. installs and repairs all natural wood, Cedar, synthetic composite fiber-cement siding, Hardi-Plank, and Vinyl products in clapboard, shiplap, shingles, vertical grooves, and other siding styles and textures.
In addition, we specialize in installing soffit to protect and improve the appearance of under-roof eaves, where exposed rafter tails may be vulnerable to deterioration and fire. Soffit may be natural wood or synthetic composites such as fiber-cement, and may be smooth or wood-grained, solid or vented.
The final step in finishing an attractive siding project is the trim around windows and doors and at the corners and edges of the siding. We install a wide variety of trim products, including natural wood, synthetic composites such as fiber-cement and others, or cellular polymers.