Are you worried about your roof … or do you never think about it? Optimally, you should be neither of these things. If your roof is a problem or if you haven’t given it a thought in years, you need to give us a call.

In our last blog, we addressed a commonly-asked question about working with a roofing contractor. You deserve the best service, and the smarter you are about your roof, the better chances you have of receiving it. Read on for more expert advice!

  • I have a few estimates for replacing my asphalt shingle roof, and the prices are all very different. How do I navigate this and make a choice?
      1. Stick to the rule that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. If one estimate is far lower than the rest, we recommend you avoid it.
      2. Low estimates are commonly made by companies that are uninsured and do sub-bar work. Avoid these!
      3. Sometimes, estimates are confusing. Get clarification if you need it.
  • I’m in the middle of having my roof replaced, and all that’s there is the underlayment. It has rained and the underlayment is wrinkled. Should it be replaced?
    1. The biggest worry here is that the wrinkled underlayment will prevent the new shingles from laying flat.
    2. If the wrinkling is not significant enough to affect the shingle placement, you will be fine.

We hope that we have answered at least one of your questions about roofing, and if we haven’t, we invite you to give us a call. Take advantage of our premier roofing services in Denver, and you will not have to worry about your roof again!

Read Part 4