Roofing Professionals in Ken Caryl
When you need residential or commercial roofing in Ken Caryl, there’s only one call necessary, and that’s to Metro City Roofing.
The expert staff at Metro City Roofing are market leaders in both residential and commercial roof replacements and restoration. Our team is state-licensed independent adjusters who work with many insurance companies to settle your insurance claim successful every time. We will assign you with a single point of contact throughout your roofing project.
Metro City Roofing is a full service, licensed, and insured roofing contractor – and only do business in the state of Colorado. Unlike many other roofing companies, we install the highest quality products. Our installation crews are certified, fully insured, and committed to delivering outstanding quality.
Metro City Roofing is a proud member of the West Metro Chamber of Commerce, which serves Jefferson County, along with the Better Business Bureau, and National Roofing Contractors Association.
We approach every project we manage like it is our own home. When you need a roof replacement, repair, or inspection in Ken Caryl, make sure your first call is to Metro City Roofing.
Why Metro City Roofing?
We provide the best professional roofing services in metro Denver 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
100 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80419
Jefferson County has adopted the 2018 International Business and Residential Codes.
Ken Caryl homeowners must comply with Master Association documents, which require architectural approval for exterior home improvements. The Master Association clearly states that no work should start before receiving full approval of all submitted improvements.
It is the responsibility of the homeowner to acquire all necessary permits and adhere to Jefferson County regulations.
Key code items
- All roofing materials must be installed per the manufacturer’s instructions and specifications.
- Drip edge required at eaves and gables.
- Ice barrier will be required for asphalt shingles, metal roof shingles, mineral roll roofing, slate, wood shingles, and wood shakes.
- A mid-roof inspection is required (when more than 10%, but less than 25% of the roof is complete).
- A final roof inspection is required (when the roof is complete).
- When the roof has passed the final inspection, a green sticker with the inspector’s signature will be affixed to the permit card to provide you with a permanent record of the inspections.
- The building permit card must be posted where it is accessible and visible from the street.
- Access to the roof must be provided to areas taller than one story.
- Ken Caryl’s history begins with Major Robert B. Bradford’s purchase of the property in 1859. He soon built the Bradford/Perley House, as well as a toll road ($1.50 per wagon) to aid travelers moving west from Denver in 1859. The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved lucrative for Bradford. Unfortunately for Bradford, the construction of a competing road up Turkey Creek Canyon in 1867 (known as Highway 285 in the modern day) replaced Bradford’s more difficult route ultimately doomed his enterprise.
- Jefferson County’s slogan is the “Gateway to the Rocky Mountains”, and commonly nicknamed Jeffco.
- In the South Park episode Trapped in the Closet, a reference is made to FunPlex, an amusement center in Ken Caryl, though it has been renamed multiple times since then; first Fat City, then Mr. Biggs, and finally the current name, Fun City. Fun City closed in the summer of 2015, and the building was subsequently demolished.