We are Colorado Springs roofing and repair experts!
Empire Roofing and Restoration does: flat roofs, pitched roofs, commercial roofs, industrial roofs, residential roofs, multi-family dwellings, apartments and more. We serve all of Southern Colorado including Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
Let Empire Roofing and Restoration take care of any and all of your roofing needs. We are known for our excellence in complete re-roofs, all repairs and insulation.
THE #1 COLORADO SPRINGS ROOFING COMPANY OFFERING ROOF REPAIR - COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL ROOFING
Our Colorado Springs roofing company was founded on quality workmanship, customer satisfaction and providing clear proposals of all work that will be completed. We stay up to date on the latest building codes and roofing techniques to handle all jobs both big and small, residential and commercial. For ease of mind, we offer 5 full years of warranty on all labor and workmanship. During our comprehensive roof inspection our certified technicians will create a written estimate to determine if there is merely roof repair or a new roof that is needed. Please contact the best roofing company for a FREE estimate on all of your roofing needs.
Empire Roofing and Restoration works with Owens Corning, Decra and Malarkey Roofing products.
Before the installation of your roof, we have the following helpful tips to insure our workers safety and the safety of your property.
- Park cars away from the construction area
- Clear your driveway of vehicles and other objects
- Cover your pool or hot tub
- Make arrangements for your pets to be out of the work area
COMMON Colorado Springs Roofing and Repair Services:
Cracked or Broken Flashing:
Flashings are thin pieces of metal that are a vital part of your roofing system. Its purpose is to channel water away from critical areas acting as a water resistant barrier. Proper flashing in valleys and around skylights, vents, chimneys and satellite dish installations keep these vulnerable areas from allowing moisture to infiltrate the roof. They should have a rubberized coating over top of them in order to keep the water out. The cause of cracked flashing can be either a corrosion of the tar sealant or lengthy exposure to harsh weather elements. A roofing expert can quickly replace the flashing by nailing down a new run of flashing and applying a sealant to the nail heads.
Weather in Colorado like high winds, hail and snow can all lead to broken or misaligned shingles. Some overhead leaks are from a single torn shingle, while other situations involved multiple shingles. Whether it is one shingle or a whole section, it should be repaired immediately to avoid more extensive damage from water spreading. A licensed roofer should be called in to fix this outer layer of your roof.
Improperly Sealed Valleys:
When two planes of a roof come together it is called a Roof Valley. Improper seals can lead to roof leaks. Laying a new leak barrier and properly sealing the valley should be done by an expert roofer.
Cracked Vent Booting:
The small pipes sticking out of your roof are known as roof vents. Their purpose is make sure moisture does not get into your house. A common way of identifying a cracked vent booting is water staining on the ceiling of the inside of your house. The leak is usually from the rubber boot cracking or decaying roof areas around the vent. A professional will remove the broken seal and replace it with a new boot and then caulk under the shingles.
Improperly installed skylights:
If wet spots appear around your skylights during rainstorms, it is probably from improperly installed insulation around your skylight. An expert roofer can fix this by sealing any cracks along the frame using a layer of clear silicone.
Ice Dam Buildups:
An ice dam is a ridge of ice that builds up at your roof’s edge and is caused by poor roof ventilation and melting snow refreezing. As the snow on your roof melts, the ice dam prevents water from draining off. The weight of the ice dam can cause serious damage to your roof, gutters, painting, insulation, drywall and more. As the ice grows in size it can get under roof shingles and melt into the exterior walls or attic. Insulation can become wet and not perform and possibly contribute to mold growth.
Prevent Ice Dams from happening by regularly removing snow from the roof edge using a roof rake. Empire Roofing and Restoration has been removing Ice Dams from buildings for decades.