Roofing Installation, Repair & Replacement in Aurora, CO
ROOF REPAIRIs your roof peeling, leaking, or losing shingles? Our experts will inspect your roof and perform all the necessary repairs.
ROOF REPLACEMENTWhen your roof reaches the end of its lifespan, or if you're looking for an upgrade or a new style, you'll want to have it replaced. Our All Star team can help remove your roof, expertly install a new one, and clean up after.
ROOF INSTALLATIONIf you're building a new home, let us help make it secure. We'll install a roof made to withstand Aurora's unique weather, providing both aesthetic value and protection from the elements.
Monday 8am to 6pm
Tuesday 8am to 6pm
Wednesday 8am to 6pm
Thursday 8am to 6pm
Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 8am to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 6pm
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Types of roofing materials we offer
Asphalt ShingleAsphalt is the most popular roofing material in the U.S. It's easy to install and relatively inexpensive. It's also very effective at keeping out moisture. The downside is that an asphalt roof may be more vulnerable to sun or wind damage than some other roofs.
MetalMany homeowners like metal roofs because they are both lightweight and durable, as well as very wind- and fire-resistant. These roofs are expensive up front but can save you money on your energy bills in the long run. They're effective at keeping your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
SlateSlate is a natural material that is very sustainable and can last a long time with minimal maintenance. However, these benefits mean that slate costs more up front, the infrequent repairs may be more expensive, and your warranty options may be more limited. We recommend speaking with one of our All Star roofing experts to learn more.
ClayMany homeowners like clay roofs because they are excellent at reflecting solar heat in the summer. They're also very resistant to fire, water, and pests. Clay lasts a long time but can be very expensive to install, partly due to its heavy weight. We recommend talking to one of our All Star roofing experts to learn whether a clay roof is a good fit for your home.
CedarMany people like cedar or other wood roofs for their timeless look. Wood is also a very long-lasting and environmentally conscious option. The downside to wood is that it can require more maintenance than other materials. Also, while it can be treated to resist fire, it's not inherently fire-resistant like some other materials.
SyntheticSynthetic roofs can be designed to look like other materials (like slate or cedar) and last a very long time. Synthetic tiles are very durable while still being lightweight. One thing that may stop homeowners from choosing a synthetic roof is the cost. If this is an option you're interested in, one of our All Star roofing pros can provide a free price estimate.
signs you may need a new roof
Age of the RoofRoofs generally last between 15 and 30 years. Your roof's lifespan will depend on the weather in your part of Colorado, the roofing material, and how well it's been taken care of. If your roof is nearing or within this age range, we suggest having one of our All Star roofing experts perform an inspection and tell you whether we recommend a full replacement.
Shingle Edges are CurledIf your shingles are starting to curl or peel, it may be time to think about replacing your roof. Some shingle damage is normal, but if you're noticing excessive peeling or large bald spots, it could be a sign that your roof is near the end of its lifespan. A local Aurora roofing expert can inspect your roof and tell you if the damage is typical for your area or if your roof has simply worn out.
Cracked ShinglesLike curling, cracking is considered a normal part of shingle wear and tear. Here, the same rule applies: if you notice severe cracking or large areas that are missing shingles, it's time to consult a roofing professional.
Saggy or Droopy SpotsRoofs typically sag for one of two reasons: not enough support underneath or too much weight on top. Over time, the internal supports for your roof can sustain damage from pests, humidity, or water or can simply wear out naturally. Things like snow and ice can exacerbate damage by sitting on top of your roof and weighing down on these internal supports. Either or both of these issues can lead to a saggy or droopy roof. Often, replacing your roof is the best way to ensure all supports are in the best shape possible.
MossEven in areas without much rain, there are still opportunities for mold, mildew, and moss to grow on your roof. Moss is the most visible of the three, but mildew and mold can pose serious health risks if they get inside your house. A roof that has frequent bursts of plant and mold growth may need to be replaced.
Visible LeaksOne obvious sign of roof issues is visible leaking, particularly where your walls meet your ceiling, or in your attic. Some leaks may be easy to stop, but it's always a good idea to have an inspection. This can help identify whether the leak is a sign of a larger problem. Our local experts are trained to identify and repair the source of leaks and are eager to help you keep your home safe and dry.
THE ALL STAR HOME DIFFERENCE
Every house is unique, so we offer customized roofing solutions to fit your specific needs. Whether you need installation, repair, or replacement, we'll work with you to find the best solution for your home. We account for things like the style of your home, the local weather, and your budget to provide high-quality services.
One of our experienced solutions team members will inspect your home and roof. We'll determine what (if any) replacements or repairs are necessary and make a recommendation.
Our team will provide a free estimate for your roofing project, striving to make the best possible offer. We'll leave pricing that's good for one year.
We'll install, repair, or replace your roof, ensuring that you and your family are protected from the elements. All of our services are backed by expert techniques and high-quality materials.
We focus on keeping our customers happy, tailoring our work to your specific needs to ensure you're completely satisfied with the outcome.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We get a lot of questions about our roofing services. Here are answers to some of the more frequently asked ones.
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