Colorado Springs’ Best Roofing Specialists
Metro City Roofing is Colorado Springs’ premier roofing contractor.
When you need a professional roof inspection, repair, or replacement, Metro City Roofing is the first and only call you should make.
Our team of professionals earns the same licensing credentials as insurance adjusters, which means we complete every inspection with the same lens as does an insurance adjuster. We also represent you throughout the entire insurance claims process. Top insurance companies in Colorado recommend Metro City Roofing.
Beyond our sales and project management team, our experienced installation crews are committed to delivering outstanding quality and professionalism.
At Metro City Roofing, we live in the same Colorado community where you live and only do business in Colorado. We do not travel the country temporarily in search of the next hailstorm. We take pride in using only the most reputable brands and highest quality materials.
Metro City Roofing is a proud member of the National Roofing Contractors Association, the Colorado Roofing Association, the Better Business Bureau, and many local Colorado Chambers of Commerce.
Look no further than Metro City Roofing for the best expertise and professionalism in Colorado Springs.
Why Metro City Roofing?
We provide the best professional roofing services in Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, and across the Front Range.
We continually strive to differentiate from our competitors in the following ways:
- Licensed inspectors who inspect your roof and property with the lens of an insurance adjuster; all commercial roof inspections include an evaluation with an infrared camera
- Professional insurance claims experts who settle your hail damage or wind damage claim successfully
- Expert sales representatives who help customers select the best roof for their home or business
- Quality project managers who provide expert supervision on every roofing project
- Experienced roof installers with many years of experience who pursue excellence with each roof replacement, restoration, or roof repair
- Long-term warranties that cover roof material and quality and are backed by manufacturers
Pikes Peak Building Department
2880 International Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
Serving Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Fountain, Woodland Park, Manitou Springs, Monument, Green Mountain Falls and Palmer Lake
Reroofing guidelines per the 2015 International codes with 2017 Regional Building Code Amendments
Key code items
- New asphalt roof coverings shall not be installed without first removing all existing layers of roof coverings on residential homes
- Any repair or replacement work done over 100 square feet requires a permit whether a licensed contractor or homeowner is performing the work
- Drip edge is required at eave and rake edges of shingle roofs
- Ice barrier is required for properties that are above 7,000 square feet elevation
- Stocking of roof materials (on driveway or roof) is considered the start of a project. Sotcking of materials prior to a permit issuance is not allowed. Violations shall result in triple permit fee assessed and a stop work order issued.
- Reroof permits are not required to be posted at the property.
- Asphalt roofing materials and direct-to-deck metal shingles on residential homes do not require a mid-roof inspection.
- Crickets are not required on re-roofs, only on new construction.
- Plank decking must have gaps ¼” or less.
- Inspections scheduled before 8:30 am will be scheduled for the same day (Monday – Friday).
- Regional Building Inspectors are supposed to knock on the front door, but it is not necessary to be home during the inspection. The Inspector will leave a tag stating they inspected the roof if no one is home during the inspection.
- Colorado Springs is Colorado’s second-largest city and nicknamed Olympic City USA
- At an elevation of 6,035 feet, Colorado Springs has two-thirds of the oxygen found at sea level and the summit of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak has only half.
- Downtown Colorado Springs’ north-south streets are named after mountain ranges, and the east-west streets are named after rivers.
- The Manitou Incline was originally built for cable cars to carry materials to build pipelines. Today, it is a rigorous workout that ascends 2,000 vertical feet in under one mile.
- Garden of the Gods Park’s famous red-rock formations were created millions of years ago during a geological upheaval along a natural fault line, and there’s archaeological evidence that prehistoric people roamed the area in the 1300s B.C.