Looking for the Best Roofers in Denver?
Before you decide for yourself on the best roofers in Denver,
READ OUR 15 CONSIDERATIONS:
READ OUR 15 CONSIDERATIONS:
When Evaluating Siding and Roofing Contractors
in the Denver Area:
in the Denver Area:
Please click the “+” signs below for detailed explanations:
Just about everyone has a handful of reviews. That’s OK if you’re buying light bulbs on Amazon. But if you’re about to spend a lot of money on your property, we think having just a handful of reviews should be a red flag. We have over 500 reviews.
The thing to watch out for is when the contractor seems more like a “one-trick pony” where it’s just the one supplier or one solution that’s showcased. You should feel within your rights to ask for multiple options. That way you can hear the pros and cons of each, and make up your own mind.
Nobody should rush you. One of the companies people play in this industry is they’ll give you a “special discount” for deciding to go with their proposal during the same meeting when they first showed it to you. We think that’s pressuring customers. You should be able to think about the proposal, sleep on it, show it to people you trust, and maybe even get other proposals. Only then should you feel like it’s time to decide.
Therefore, do two things: First, look at the bottom of the site for a disclaimer that the Federal Trade Commission requires: if a site accepts affiliate fees, it’s required to tell you that. Second, look to see if all the reviews are positive, or if only one product or service seems to get all the stars and good comments. Those could be indications that you’re not really reading useful reviews.
Having your property renovated or restored is complicated enough. You should not have to chase people to find out the status of the work. You should be able to log onto a private website, where you can see, for example, that the replacement windows came in last Friday and the work is scheduled to be done on the following Tuesday, and it will take two days.
After all, these days when you order something from Amazon or wherever, you can find out exactly when the package will be delivered, and even where it is in transit at the moment. We have invested literally six figures over more than a decade to build and refine this type of system for our customers. They love it and we do, too, because it saves time and effort for them and us both.
In talking with thousands of clients over the years, we find that one of the biggest pain points people have when thinking about renovating is: “How am I going to deal with all those contractors? I don’t know this business, or I’d do the work myself! What do I ask? When should I push back?”
You can take a lot of that burden off your shoulders by going with a company that will handle all the different contractors and trades involved. Of course, this won’t be an issue if you’re only having one type of work done, like siding only. But if it’s more complicated than that, it’s reasonable for you to expect someone to be that “point person” on your behalf.
We’ve saved one of the best points for last. Let’s say that your property was damaged in a hail storm and you were covered by insurance. The insurance “claims adjuster” comes to your property and assesses the damage. The adjuster then authorizes the insurance company to write you a check in order to cover the repairs. “Just sign here and we can get that check to you right away.” That’s cool that you’re getting a check pretty quickly, right?
NOT SO FAST. The job of the claims adjuster is to pay you as little as he or she can get away with. The less you get, the better it is for them.
But how can you argue with this person? He or she has all the facts, after all, and you’re not some insurance professional. Here’s the good bit: We have claims experts on our staff, and their job is to negotiate with the insurance person in order to get you the most money possible. In fact, the more money they negotiate for you, the more money they’re paid! Isn’t that the sort of person you want going to bat for you?
Get this: our claims expert does not cost you anything extra. Why? Because we value your business and figure that if we can get you more money from your insurance company, you might kinda like that. You might even tell your friends or neighbors about our service. We have a whole other page on our site where we go into more detail about this great service we offer.
If for example, you happen to be looking for the bestroofers in Denver, we hope you find this checklist useful as you do your review of remodeling contractors.
Please have a look around our site and let us know if you have any questions. We appreciate your reading this far, and hope that we might get the opportunity to discuss your needs and maybe even get to work with you.
Northern Lights Exteriors is rated 4.8 out of 5 by actual customers:
I dealt exclusively with my project manager at NLE. He laid out my options, worked well with my insurance company, kept me informed and quickly responded to my questions. I never felt pressured. Wes managed to have repairs on my house completed before many of my neighbors even got started. The workmanship on the roof, windows, gutters and paint were excellent.
About The Colorado Roofing Association
The Colorado Roofing Association was established in 1978. Our commitment is to “Promote the ethics, education, and image of the roofing industry throughout the State of Colorado through the actions of its members.”
The Colorado Roofing Association’s goal is to help homeowners and commercial building owners and managers make informed decisions about replacing and maintaining their roof systems.
Here's a list of cities and towns we work in:
Arvada | Aurora | Bailey | Berthoud | Boulder | Bow Mar | Brighton | Broomfield | Buffalo Creek | Castle Rock | Centennial | Cherry Hills | Columbine | Commerce City | Como | Conifer | Dacono | Denver | Derby | Eastlake | Edgewater | Eldorado | Englewood | Erie | Estes Park | Evergreen | Firestone | Frederick | Ft. Collins | Ft. Lupton | Gilcrest |Glendale | Golden | Greeley | Greenwood Village | Henderson | Highlands Ranch | Hudson | Hygiene | Johnstown | Keeneesburg | La Salle | Lafayette | Lakeside | Littleton | Lochbuie | Lone Tree | Longmont | Louisville | Loveland | Lucerne | Lyons | Mead | Milliken | Morrison | Niwot | Northglenn | Parker | Pierce | Pine | Platteville | Severance | Sherrelwood | Superior | Thornton | Timnath | Twin Lakes | Welby | Westminster | Wheat Ridge |Windsor
Note: If you live in this general area and don’t see your town on the list, please contact us…
We might still be able to work with you!