At Aspen Leaf Roofing, we like to under promise and over produce.  With that said, your roof will take less than 2 days to completely replace, and in most cases, we can get it done in one day depending on roof size and damage.

The first thing you need to do is call us to come out and assess your damaged roof.  From there, if you have a claim, we will help you through the process so you don’t have to go at it alone.

Yes.  Aspen Leaf Roofing provides a 5 year warranty on all labor for normal installation.  Our materials will have a manufacturer specific warranty which can range based on the products you choose.

Most likely, your insurance company will cut you a check.  You will work out payment details with us, depending on your roofing situation.  If your insurance company requires an endorsement from your Mortgage company, we can assist you in collecting the required documents so you can get your money as soon as possible.

The extent of damage to any roof is very difficult to diagnose from ground level.  The easiest thing to do is to call us, for a FREE consultation.  We’ll honestly assess your roof so you can make an informed decision on how/if you’d like to have work done.

Simple answer, No.  Besides us not being able to guarantee our work, and potential future issues/problems, most local codes will not permit more than one layer.

The cost of your roof will depend on its size, shape, slope and the type of material you choose to have installed. Different roofing materials provide different levels of protection and service life. We’d be happy to provide you a FREE quote to help you make a decision.

No.  All of our work will be on the exterior of your home, and we won’t need access inside.

Typically, Yes.  The good news is, whether you’re in Denver or Ft. Collins, Windsor, Greeley, etc. Aspen Leaf is well versed in acquiring the proper documents to make sure you’re properly following your local codes.

No!  Colorado’s Senate Bill 38 was signed into law to protect citizens from falling victim to roofing fraudsters.  Offering to pay for your deductible puts both the business and consumer in potential liability for Insurance Fraud.

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