Metro City Roofing is a full service, licensed, and insured roofing contractor in the State of Colorado. Our single focus is to deliver outstanding customer service and install the roof you want and deserve without any hassles. 

Our staff are state licensed independent adjustors, having inspected and completed roofing renovations for hundreds of satisfied owners. We provide you with a single point of contact throughout your project and return all phone calls within 24 hours.

Our installation crews are certified, fully insured, and committed to delivering outstanding workmanship.

We install high quality products, pull a permit for every roof replacement or required repair, and aim for your complete satisfaction at every stage of the roof replacement process.

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Popular Questions

The majority of asphalt roofing shingles will provide 20 or more years of protection, but there are factors that play a big role in a roof’s longevity. Storm damage, sun, and heat are factors that can impact your roof’s ability to protect your biggest investment – your home. It’s best to have your roof inspected once-a-year in order to catch any damage or potential issues. During a roof inspection, a professional roofer can find damages early and offer appropriate repairs at an affordable cost.

Many homeowners recognize the need for a new roof when they see spots on the ceiling or leaks, but there are other critical signs your roof may need to be replaced. Warning signs include shingle granules in the gutters, signs of water leakage or damage on the ceiling, light shining through the roof (inside your attic), shingles curling or cracking, dark spots or trails on the roof, saggy spots on the roof, missing shingles, or age.

Most homeowner’s insurance policies cover roof replacements due to acts of nature such as hail, wind, rain, and fire. If you are looking to simply upgrade the materials on your roof or install a new roof due to age, it is unlikely your homeowner’s insurance policy will cover these expenses. It is best to check your insurance policy or speak with an insurance agent to determine what your insurance company will cover.

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