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Consider These Things Before Replacing Your Denver Roof


June 15, 2016

Are you about to contact a Denver roofing professional to have your roof replaced? Before you make any decisions, there are a few things that you should consider:

Will you live in the home much longer?
If you plan on staying put in your home for decades to come, then you might want to invest in a more high-end style of Denver roofing. However, if you’re planning on putting the home up for sale in the next few months to a year, then don’t splurge on the highest quality roofing, and instead choose a moderately priced, durable style that will hold up well for the new owners without breaking the bank. Discuss the different options available with your Denver roofing company to determine the best style for your needs.

Where do you live?
There are many different styles of roofing designed to accommodate roofs in different climates. Therefore, you should take the time to talk to your Denver roofing professional about what style works best for the Denver climate. Obviously, you’ll need a roofing material that can withstand hail, snow and cold temperatures, but won’t have to worry about picking a material that is made for hurricane-type environments. Don’t choose a Denver roofing style based solely on the appearance of it, it’s important to make sure that your roof is both visually appealing and functional.

Has it been long enough?

Even the highest quality Denver roofing materials eventually will need to be replaced. When deciding whether or not to replace your roof, think back about when the last time your roof was replaced. Once your roof begins to show signs of damage, the longer that you wait to replace it, the more expensive it will be in the long run. Damaged roofs frequently lead to water leaks within the home, meaning not only will you have to deal with replacing your roof, but also getting rid of water damage.

What color should you get?
Although choosing a Denver roofing material that will hold up well is incredibly important, you should also take time to consider what color you want. Don’t try to match the color of your roofing to the color of your home, instead try to complement it. Be sure to ask for samples of different colors from your Denver roofing company and see how the colors look in both the sunlight and shade. If the exterior of your home is multi-colored bricks, stones or paint colors, try to choose a solid color roofing material to tone down the overall look of your home. Keep in mind that light colored roofing materials typically keep your home cooler and reduce the need for your air conditioner. If energy efficiency is important to you, a light colored material may be right for you. Read these 7 tips on choosing the right roof color.

If you’re in need of a residential or commercial Denver roofing professional, there’s no better place to turn to than K1 Roofing. Contact us at info@k1roofing.net or by calling 303-953-8275 during business hours to speak to one of our experienced roofing professionals.