1. Safety Tips for Your Holiday Roof-Decorations

    In the next month or so, a majority of us will start to decorate our homes with holiday decorations. For some, this is as simple as a fresh pine tree with twinkling lights, but for others, the decorations are a bit more extreme. As a roofing company in Fort Collins, we have seen some pretty incredible decorations — ones that require effort!  Some of our favorite decorations include sleighs and …Read More

  2. Three Ways Winter Weather Affects Your Roof

    It’s not news that winters in Colorado can be harsh. The low temperatures and wet weather take a toll on more than just our well-being, they take a toll on our homes. From energy efficiency in the form of windows and weather strips to ensuring that our pipes and trees are safe from the freezing temperatures, we do quite a bit to prepare for the winter weather. With that being said, we have one q…Read More

  3. Preparing a Commercial Roof for Winter

    There are all sorts of ways that we need to prepare for winter here in Colorado. From pulling out our warmer clothes and fuzzy jackets to investing in a new snow shovel and having maintenance done on our furnace, the last thing that any of us want is to find ourselves in a bind when the temperature is less than ideal outside. While many of the things that we need to do to prepare can be within our…Read More

  4. What to Do When Your Roof is Leaking

    We’ve all heard about roofs leaking, but very few of us have actually had to deal with a leaky roof on our own. In most instances, these issues come on quickly and out of nowhere, at least it appears that way. The reality, however, is that leaky roofs develop slowly and can occur because of various things that are happening with your roof. But, regardless of how long your roof has been in need o…Read More

  5. Reasons a New Roof is Worth Investing In

    Home improvement projects aren’t always fun and exciting, but more often than not, they’re something that the house truly benefits from. One of the larger home improvement projects that people take on is a new roof. While it may not be a DIY project, it is a time-intensive and pricier project to complete. With that being said, there are countless benefits to investing in a new roof for your ho…Read More

  6. 6 Steps to Get Your Roof Ready for Winter

    Even though it still doesn’t quite feel like it, it is officially winter in Northern Colorado. Soon enough there will be snowstorms and icicles hanging from your gutters and roof. Roofing contractors generally suggest having a roof inspection before winter hits, but if you haven’t had yours completed, it’s better now than never. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure that your roof is r…Read More

  7. 4 Biggest Challenges With Commercial Roofing

    When was the last time you had your commercial roof inspected? Being as out of sight as roofs are, they are commonly out of mind, and this can be even more the case for commercial buildings. If you’re a building manager and don’t have a regular commercial roofing company to come inspect the health of the building’s roof, then you could be facing costly repairs, especially if it’s been long…Read More

  8. Snow And Your Roof: What You Should Know

    It’s not even November and Northern Colorado has seen multiple snowfalls and plenty of days of cold, rainy weather. This is the norm for this area, so you may be ready to handle the change in seasons, but is your roof? The winter season, and the snow that comes with it, can wreak havoc on your roof if you’re aware of the damage it can cause and how to prevent it. So before the next snowfall, g…Read More

  9. Types of Roofing Materials

    In a previous post, we went over signs that your Northern Colorado home needs a new roof, including leaks, stains, peeling paint, warped or missing shingles, or granule loss on the shingles. If you have seen these signs on your own roof or in your home and are shopping around for a roofing contractor for installation, you will need to decide on a type of roof material. The roofers at Denali Roofin…Read More

  10. 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Repair Your Roof On Your Own

    You might be thinking that a roof is just some pieces of wood and some shingles on top, right? Overall, the roof may not seem complicated, but it is one of the most important systems that is protecting your home and your family. Minor cosmetic issues, such as some shingles that were blown off after a storm, might not just be cosmetic below the surface. And larger issues, such as you’ve noticed s…Read More