Colorado has many roofers, with the altitude and the weather conditions, there are many roofing problems that can spring up. However, you want to make sure that beyond someone who calls themself a roofer, you should verify that they are indeed a licensed Colorado roofing contractor.
Thats where we come in. We have already done that. We have many roofing contractors across the state of Colorado and we have verified their licenses, insurance and experience. All you have to do is choose the price from the company that is most competitive.
By filling out the short and secure roofing estimate form on the right, we will place up to three local roofing contractors in touch with you asap. Simply choose the best price, becuase we have already verified the quality of the roofer.
Colorado is undeniably one of the most beautiful states in the country, what with the majesty of the Rockies and their snow-capped peaks and alpine meadows, the mesas topped with red rock cliffs, and its average of 300 days of sunshine a year. The state's history is very unique and exciting as well.
Most people think of the "Old West" when they think of CO but that seems to be one of the newer aspects of the state. Eleven thousand years ago Siberians had come to Colorado to hunt. Probably one of the more well known aspects of the history in this area is the story of the Ancient Pueblo people who lived in the Southwest part of the state in the 1300s. The best example of this is the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park.
But the Old West was alive and well in Colorado. In 1806, Zebulon Pike was sent to explore this new territory that was part of the Louisiana Purchase. He reported back to President Jefferson the discovery of a 14,110-foot peak that ultimately drew thousands of people to the state as part of the mining rush.
Gold was first found along the South Platte River in 1858 in what is now downtown Denver. The mining craze grew beyond just gold and beyond Denver. Silver, lead, and zinc were all mined from areas like Denver to Leadville and as far south as Silverton and Ouray. Mountain mine tours are very popular among visitors today.
The "Centennial State" achieved statehood in 1876, 100 years after the formation of the union. Colorado has 10 national parks and monuments, 42 state parts, and 13 national forests. Besides ancient cliff dwellings, people come to see and ride the many historic railroads that still operate in the state. A perfect example is the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad that runs from Durango to Silverton. It was originally established as a way for the miners to transport their ore to the "big city" of Durango.
Colorado's mountains and rivers offer visitors just about every outdoor adventure imaginable. The state is packed every summer with hikers, mountain bikers, river rafters and kayakers, and fishermen. In the winter, of course, skiers of all varieties, snowboarders, and snowmobilers take their places. Areas of CO, especially around Ouray in the southwest are known as "the Switzerland of America" because of the elevation of the mountains and their natural beauty.
We very frequently serve the roofing needs of the following communities in Colorado:
· Colorado Springs
· Fort Collins