If you’re looking for a professional roofing service, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Aspen Roofing And Exteriors, we’ve been helping people like you get the roofs of their dreams in Denver for many years, and we can help you too. Aspen Roofing And Exteriors is no ordinary roofing service: thanks to our vast knowledge and experience of local people and the community we serve, we are well-positioned to provide you with an impeccable service that you'll be willing to recommend to friends and family. In fact, that’s how we have been so successful: people in the Denver and Dallas areas are telling others about the incredible quality of our work and our ability to get things done, on time and budget. It’s how we stay in business.
At Aspen Roofing and Exteriors, we’re able to help in the following situations:
  • When you need a new roof
  • When you need a contractor to meet with your insurance adjuster
  • When you need somebody who understands local roofing codes on a county-level
  • When you need professional advice
  • When you need licensed roofing professionals
Here at Aspen Roofing And Exteriors, we know practically everything that there is to know about roofing in the Denver and Dallas areas. Not only do we meet all material- and code-related requirements, but we work around your schedule. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our incredible roofing services.

Re Roof

Is your current roof looking a little worse for wear? Not to worry: with our re-roofing service, you can replace and upgrade your existing roof with something more attractive, robust and cost-effective. We have a range of roofing materials from which you can choose, and we are more than happy to consul;t with you on your options so that you can make the best decision. Re-roofing is a simple process. We remove your existing roofing solution, examine the roof for issues or damage, repair anything that needs to be corrected, and then begin installing the new roof (usually under a canopy). With our help, you can prevent roofing issues from recurring and make sure that you get the maximum lifespan possible out of your new roof.

New Construction

Are you planning a new-build, corporate premises, or an extension and need a roofing contractor? Then get in touch with Aspen Roofing and Exteriors today. If you’re a private individual, then Aspen can liaise with your site manager and other contractors to put in place a roofing plan according to your current build schedule. You can trust us to be on-site when you need us, performing new roof construction according to your specification. If you’re a site manager or builder, then rest assured that we have vast experience working with other teams on-site and can deliver new roof construction in chaotic environments. Give us a call and tell us more about the project.

Roof Replacement

Got an old roof that needs replacing? Then call on Aspen Roofing and Exteriors to sort out the problem and give you a beautiful new roof you can be proud of. With our help, you can replace a tired old roof with something stunning that you’ll love in a range of styles and materials. Aspen gives you full choice and flexibility. We have the skill and the know-how to install practically any roof, and we always make sure that roofs comply with local planning rules.

Asphalt Composition Roof

Asphalt composition roofs are the most commonly used. Thanks to the low cost of materials, asphalt composition roofs are one of the most cost-effective roofing options that we offer and a great way to build or replace a roof at a low cost. These types of roof are highly popular. Most residences seem to sport this type of roof. These types of roofs come in 30 years, to 50 years, to Lifetime manufacturer warranties. Higher grades are referred to as "impact resistant" or (IR shingles) Here is an example of Owens Corning Duration Storm. We carry many different brands, with a wide range of colors.

This seems to be the most popular "look" that seems to be ordered.

Wait there are more examples of styles and types from various vendors we have access to. These may have upgrade charges, however, look fantastic!

Wood Shakes

Wood shake roofs are manufactured in red cedar, cypress, pine, and redwood trees. Although they are pretty, they are not the most popular choice as they used to be, due to longevity, fire hazard, periodic maintenance. Wood shingles and shakes require periodic treatments with preservatives and fungicides in order to keep from drying out, warping, cracking and being attacked by mildew and fungus.

Most folks do not want maintenance when it comes to their roof. Many insurance companies won’t even insure them if you live in the mountainous regions (because of fire hazard, & maintenance reasons) Final reason why they are not so popular anymore - Shake roofs are three or six times the cost of an asphalt roof & with the bonus of required periodic maintenance.

Can we install them still? Yes, there are still subdivisions that require them via HOAs.

If left untreated or maintained, they can look like this in just a few short years.

However, we have great news! They do look pretty so some are considering metal or synthetic shakes choices.

Giving you the look of shake yet can hold up for a much greater amount of time. Metal shake roofing simulates the look of split wood shake roofing, but have the longer life, lower weight, and easier installation of steel roofing.

Here are two examples:

Metal shake roofing simulates the look of split wood shake roofing, but have the longer life, lower weight, and easier installation of steel roofing. These ranges from painted cedar shake steel panels to our stone coated thicker metal shake varieties. Stone coated is pictured below. All are tough steel roofing products made to last, with the best possible Class A fire rating.

Synthetic shakes boast deep grain pattern, no water absorption, mold or mildew growth. No splitting, rotting, decay or risk of fire. Like metal is also a good choice.

Tile Roof

Tiles are a classic roofing product, giving your home a timeless look. They come in both cement, and clay formats. The styles are countless, as the choices in color. They wear a long time and are one of the more expensive choices. When large hail hits they can be damaged and repairs can be costly. Overall hold up very well in standard weather. Concrete tiles can be 30% to 50% less expensive than their clay tiles cousins, as far as the cost in materials. With labor costs, concrete tiles are only a little less expensive to install compared to clay ones.

Clay tiles have historically lasted longer than concrete tiles. A high-end clay tile roof can last as long as 75 to 100 years, which is pretty impressive. Concrete tiles will need to be replaced in half that time.

Metal Roof

Metal roofs offer heavy-duty, long-lasting protection against the elements. Metal is an attractive option because of their longevity, minimal maintenance, and energy efficiency. And you can choose from tin, zinc, aluminum, copper, or galvanized steel. With a metal roof, you can quickly cover large sections of a building and protect it against the ravages of the weather. Metal roofs can last 40-70 years, depending on the type of material. In most cases can sustain wind gusts up to 140 miles per hr. will not corrode or crack, and maybe impact-resistant (depending on which metal you choose) Bonus - 100% recyclable at the end of a roof’s life. The cost can be as much as two to three times more than other roofing materials. It seems to be the roof of choice in harsh weather areas, such as mountain ranges. Can be installed anywhere and of course, they come also in many colors, and styles. Here at Aspen Roofing and Exteriors, we have substantial experience, installing metal roofs for discerning clients, and we can help you with yours too.

Decra Roof

Decra roof is a stone-coated steel roofing system which is attractive, lightweight and long-lasting. Not only that, but decra roofing is also more environmentally-friendly than other roofing options, thanks to the way that it is made, making it an excellent choice for eco-extensions and new builds. steel roofs are virtually maintenance free! They create a thick shield around your home, keeping it safer from poor weather conditions and eliminate most of the repair costs associated with traditional roofing. Stone-coated steel roofing is on the high end of the cost range for roofing materials, has a rather long life of 50 to 60 years. Stone coated steel roofing has a Class A fire rating Designed to withstand 120 mph winds Steel is naturally resistant to impact, and many brands are rated to withstand hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter, of course, the extra bonus as well is all stone coated steel roofing is 100% recyclable, when you remove them. They are a great choice with many styles and colors to choose from.

Slate Roof

Slate is one of the most durable roofing materials available with longevity surpassing 100 years. Are known to be heavy, and will require reinforced roof structure. Will of course cost so much more than asphalt, however, is a deep investment in a property that you plan to keep throughout your life. One of the most attractive features of slate is its natural beauty, followed by its durability and longevity. Slate’s color options include greens, grays, reds, black, and yes purple like colors, as well as tiles that variegation of colors. Moreover, slate shingles are shaped by hand to meet specific requirements and can be custom made in a variety of thicknesses and sizes. Like clay or cement tiles, slate are rather fragile with the extra added complication of tile is broken; replacing it is a complicated task. Slate runs by lots and each lot is different, which makes it nearly impossible to find replacement tiles that are a perfect match because it's naturally made by nature.

Rubber Roofing

Rubber roofing is a relatively novel type of roofing material made from a combination of sawdust, old car tires, and slate dust. Rubber roofing might sound like a gimmick, but it can be made to closely resemble regular tiles, giving it the appearance of a traditional roof.

Corrugated Roofing

Corrugated roofing uses sections of bent metal (or sometimes plastic) to cover parts of the roof. This type of roofing is usually reserved for outbuildings.

Commercial & Multi-Family Flat Roofs

Tar and Gravel Roof

Tar & Gravel Roof is a great choice as it is fire retardant, rugged, and safe to walk on. However, should not be walked on a consistent basis. Can shorten the life of the roof. A tar and gravel roof will generally last around 20 years, although if they are well maintained and properly installed, this kind of roofing has been known to last almost 40 years. The Gravel acts as a protectant against wind, hail, and sun, as the material underneath would become brittle without it. However, with a too thick layer of gravel, water can be trapped and slow to evaporate. This can lead to growing mold, if drainage has not been done properly, by making the layer of gravel too deep. It is all based on balance and is installed properly.

TPO Roofing

TPO is a type of single ply roofing membrane. TPO stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin.

TPO membranes come in a variety of colors, but primarily are available in white, gray, and tan. Can give up to 30 years of service.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

Positive with Modified Bitumen Roofing – is it stays strong despite heavy traffic and can be walked on. It’s the cheapest to install. However, a way shorter life expectancy has on the average lifespan of a bitumen roof is 10-15 years. Old school Contractors install modified bitumen to your building using a blow torch so install could be a fire hazard. Good news AKA(Mod Bit) comes in a peel and stick variety which makes for easier install on residential flat roofs. This installation requires base, and cap sheets. The cap is what provides the color for the roof. Is now become the preferred method of install.

EPDM Roofing

EPDM membrane roof lifespan reaches 50 years, and This rubber roofing membrane comes in two colors — black and white. Because EPDM roofs are installed in one piece, and generally doesn’t leak. However, if walked on can spring a leak or if something punctures it. Fallen tree branch, severe hail. Plus its cost is more to install.

Corrugated Roofing has many applications

Corrugated roofing uses sections of bent metal (or sometimes plastic) to cover parts of the roof. This type of roofing is usually reserved for outbuildings. Patio covers, carports, overhangs, sheds, even fencing. It’s a lightweight, less expensive choice for roofing an outbuilding. Where temp is not a factor.