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Residential Roofing

Residential Roofing Repair and Installation in Denver, Colorado

Whether you require another roof or a repair because of age, issues, or just to keep a redesigned look to your home, Legacy Roofing and Construction can offer an excellent completed item that would pass any investigation and all inside of your financial plan. We never cut corners and dependably remember our customers’ wellbeing. Since we have extended experience in residential roofing, we can answer any inquiries and offer you some assistance with deciding what sort of roof would best suit your requirements.

A residential roof that is harmed by climate or requires substitution can bring about higher energy bills, leaking, ceiling/interior wall damage, and even hazards to your family. Allowing a damaged roof to go without repair or replacement can compromise the integrity and structure of the other components of your roof, some of the most integral parts. Once we assess your needs, and there are never any unnecessary repairs recommended, we will provide you with many options to choose from, all varying in price and dependent upon your needs. All roof systems all installed per state code requirements, giving you and your family peace of mind knowing you’re protected from the weather Colorado entails.

Check with other contractors and then call us so we can prove that we are not only the best, but one of the most affordable.

Call Legacy Roofing and Construction for all of your residential roofing needs! Below are just a few of the roofing services we offer.

• Roofing Inspections
• Storm Damage Repair
• Roofing Replacement
• Complete Tear Offs
• Hail Damage Repair
• Shingle Replacement
• Roofing Repair
• New Construction

We can skillfully provide you with a candid assessment regarding the condition of your roof, answer any questions you may have, and discuss your options. Call Legacy Roofing and Construction to put a solid roof back over your head! Click here or give us a call at (720)-541-5000

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HOA TownHome Roofing Colorado

HOA TownHome Roofing Colorado

in Colorado have used Legacy Roofing to Service the Replacement of their roof systems on all buildings. Legacy Roofing has worked with multiple Home Owner Associations to Service their Insurance Claim. LakeWood Colorado experienced significant Roof Damage on 7/21/09. There are still Town homes, Condo’s and Apartments that need full roof replacement. Legacy Roofing provides a detailed Cost Estimate that is competitive to Fair Market Value. Considering that there are multiple residents/ HomeOwners that HOA have to discuss what is best for budget. HOA Community can be on a strict budget to keep their community up keep. Legacy Roofing Will Provide Quality Products that go Above and Beyond Traditional Building Code. Call Legacy Roofing To Service Town Home Roofing in Colorado.
You can read about the individual roofing materials we use and view some of our signature projects by browsing these sections, or you can contact Legacy right now to schedule an appointment to have one of our knowledgeable professionals to your home and evaluate the condition of your roof.
Most Town Home Communities entire exterior are Insured by a Commercial Policy with the HOA, and are built in compliance with Colorado’s building codes. HOA is responsible for collecting dues and then providing Roof Service to the Exterior. Other common Trades are Gutters, Paint, and Siding. If you are concerned with the exterior condition of your property, Contact Your HOA or Legacy Roofing to inspect the condition of the roof. HOA TownHome Roofing in Colorado becomes a common service every 10 years.

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How to Control Roof Leaks

roof leaksTreat a leaking roof as an emergency, because it can wreak havoc in your house in a very short time. Attend to any signs of a roof leak, such as water entry, stains or mold, immediately to limit damage. Locate the leak from inside and then take steps to control the damage until you can have a suitable outside inspection and repair done.

Control Roof Leaks

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Locate the leak from inside

  1. The first and perhaps most obvious place to look for a roof leak is directly above the leak in a ceiling or exterior wall. Use a flashlight to inspect the attic floor over the leak while it’s raining. Look for standing water, water stains, mold, wet insulation or other exposed insulation.
  2. Examine the underside of the roof for wetness or mold around points of penetration (plumbing vents, chimneys), wherever different roof planes intersect (valleys) and near dormers. These symptoms indicate holes in the flashing or faulty flashing installation.
  3. A leak away from such locations suggests a problem in the roofing material. Keep in mind that water may travel sideways before passing through a joint in the roof sheathing, and may travel in a horizontal joint before falling on the floor or ceiling.
  4. Take measurements from points inside that you can also locate from outside. Measure down from a ridge and horizontally from the center of a valley or sidewall; or measure distances from a chimney or other point of penetration.
  5. If your ceiling is attached to roof rafters, as would be the case for a cathedral ceiling, all you can do from inside is take the measurements that will help you locate the leak externally, and attempt to control the damage internally.

Control the damage

  1. Water can travel on the underside of sheathing or down roof rafters before dropping off in one or more places. To control where it falls, tack a piece of string into the stream of water and let it hang into a bucket. The water will tend to follow the string.
  2. Poke or drill a hole in your ceiling to let the water through. This technique prevents the water from spreading across the top of the ceiling to other areas; it prevents the ceiling from becoming saturated, eliminating the chance of collapse and often the need for replacement; and it allows you to collect water from below using the string-and-bucket method.

Locate the leak from outside

  1. Using any measurements or other information you gathered indoors, make your initial outdoor observations from a ladder and/or using binoculars. Do not walk on a pitched roof during rain or as long as the roof is wet. A wood roof is particularly treacherous.
  2. Look for leaves and other debris slowing the natural downward flow of water, as often happens in valleys and adjacent to or above any roof penetration or dormer. If there is snow on the roof, an ice dam may have formed at the roof’s lower edge, causing water to back up under overlapping layers of roofing materials. Remove the obstruction if you can get to it safely.
  3. If or when you can safely get close enough, examine metal flashings for corrosion or open joints where they connect to a chimney or other roof penetration. You can temporarily patch metal flashings, but replacement is the only permanent solution. Typically, you can replace cracked or dried-out rubber gaskets on plumbing vents.
  4. Pay particular attention to any areas already covered with black flashing cement; these indicate locations of previously repaired leaks. Look for pinholes or cracks, which often occur as the material ages. Make temporary repairs by applying flashing cement with a putty knife.
  5. If or when you can safely get close enough, inspect attachment points for any antenna, satellite dish or other object screwed or nailed into the roof. A dab of roof flashing in good condition should cover each fastener. The best solution is to avoid mounting anything on your roof in the first place.
  6. If you determined from inside that your leak is midroof and therefore not related to flashing, look for damaged or missing asphalt shingles. On wood roofs, look for cracked or badly cupped or warped shingles or shakes. Look for joints in one course that fall less than 11/2 inches (4 cm) to the left or right of a joint in the course below. Flat or nearly flat roofs generally require very close inspection to locate damaged or badly worn areas.

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Parker Roof Repair

Most Parker Roof homeowners do not notice or recognize roof damage until interior leaks are noticeable on their ceiling’s. Considering Ceilings are not the number #1 thing homeowners notice after a long day of work. You will notice warped drywall from roof leaks or yellow stains. The roof damage has probably been an issue at this point for multiple years, Now Homeowners are forced to pay out of pocket for damages not covered by their Homeowner’s Insurance Policy

Does My Insurance Cover a Parker Roof Replacement?

Homeowners Insurance will cover the cost of the repairs for your damaged Parker Roof and interior drywall. Homeowner’s Insurance can be very confusing and include a lot of fine print. Major Insurance companies will add a clause that does not allow up to date building code upgrades. We, at Legacy Roofing, specialize in assuring that Insurance Adjuster covers the cost of building code upgrades.

Parker Roof Repair and Replacement

Do you have roof damage and live in Parker, CO? Permits in Parker are required to reroof the house. HOA regulated communities like Canteberry, Black Bear, Stonegate require you to purchase a permit and do require mid-roof inspection and Final inspection from a building inspector. Check on it with your city’s code enforcement department. Also, check with your homeowners’ association for approval of New Shingle Color’s
The dumpster to haul & dispose existing shingles are parked in Driveway until work is complete. All landfills charge for dumping hazardous materials and many recyclers require a handling fee. We handle this per Parker Roof Insurance Claim.
Material Purchase is made when product/ color has been determined and 1st check (ACV) is collected. Other necessary materials may include new siding, window’s, gutters, and fences. Insurance Claims specify what work was damaged from a Parker Hail Storm.

Parker Roof Hail Storm Damage

Roofing in Parker has been very consistent since the southlands storm in 2009. Legacy Roofing is the trusted name for Parker Roofing Contractors. We are a locally owned and operated company that specializes in residential roofing replacements and repairs. We take pride in helping Parker residents get their lives back on track with our fast and professional roofing services, and we have installed thousands of roofs all over Colorado. Our expert staff of roofers and contractors have years of experience working on everything from roofing and gutters to siding, painting, windows and much more.

Parker Roof Repair from 2023 Hail Storm

Legacy Roofing provides a lot of different options from shingle manufacturer’s, colors, permits, reroof time frame, and lots more. Legacy Roofing is a trusted household name well know for Parker Hail Storm Roof Repair.

A good roofing contractor really matters when shopping for the best roofing options. Legacy Roofing’s staff has serviced and roofed over 350 homes in Parker, CO. We have built a good household name thanks to our commitment to Quality Customer Service. Legacy Roofing in Parker has 7 Legacy Insurance Claim Reps who have helped friends, family, and neighbors. Our work ethic and dedication to our Legacy in the roofing industry sets us apart from all other competitors. We have experience roofing apartments, townhomes, commercial flat roofs, and much more exterior repair.

Roofing Parker Colorado Insurance Claim

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