Premium Shingle Installation in Westminster

Our single focus is to deliver outstanding customer service and install the roof you deserve without any hassles.

Metro City Roofing is a full-service, licensed, and insured general and roofing contractor in Westminster and the state of Colorado.

Our staff is state-licensed independent adjusters, which means we inspect your roof with the same lens as your insurance company and advocate for you throughout your project. We represent you in meeting with your insurance adjuster, work to settle your insurance claim on your behalf, and act as your project manager.

We use the same independently verified GPS measurements and estimating software as all insurance companies, which minimizes the time it takes to settle your insurance claim successfully.

Our installation crews are fully insured and committed to delivering outstanding quality.

For insurance claim projects, you only pay your deductible with no surprises. Ever.

Metro City Roofing is a proud member of the Westminster Chamber of Commerce, along with the Better Business Bureau, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Metro City Roofing looks forward to working with you to deliver complete satisfaction at every stage of your roof inspection, repair, replacement process in Westminster.

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

Department of Community Development

4800 W 92nd Avenue
Westminster, CO 80031
303-658-2075

Roofing codes

The city of Westminster’s code requirements are based upon the 2015 International Residential Code and City of Westminster Amendments.

View Roofing Code

Key code items

  • Shingles must be attached and installed per the manufacturer requirements for high wind regions.
  • The City of Westminster is located in a moderate hail exposure location; therefore all existing roof coverings (including the underlayment) must first be removed before replacement.
  • Drip edge shall be provided at eaves and gables of shingle roofs. Overlap shall be a minimum of 2 inches. Eave drip edges shall extend .25 inches below sheathing and extend back on the roof a minimum of 2 inches.
  • Ice barrier is not required.

Inspections

  • Ladders are to be provided by the contractor for 2-story roofs. Inspectors carry ladders for 1-story.
  • When scheduling an inspection, please note if the roof is 2 stories and provide contact information so you can be contacted for ladder placement. Ladders are not to be set unless so directed by the City inspector.
  • Ladders cannot be placed on top of roofs for access to higher roofs.
  • For fenced yards that require access, access must be coordinated directly with the inspector, (i.e., coordinate gate being blocked open, or providing an escort, etc.).

Fun facts

  • Early settlement in the Westminster area coincided with the discovery of gold on Little Dry Creek in 1858 and was strengthened by the subsequent enactment of the Homestead Act of 1862, which attracted many settlers from the east. Westminster’s first permanent settler was Pleasant DeSpain, who built his home in 1870 on 160 acres of farmland, and the area soon became known as DeSpain Junction. Other settlers soon followed. One of the more prominent was Edward Bruce Bowles, a horse breeder whose large, red brick home stands today as a local museum. Another early settler was C.J. Harris, a real estate developer from Connecticut who inspired the community’s name change to Harris. In 1911, Harris became incorporated as a city and underwent yet another name change, this time to Westminster, in honor of a local school (Westminster University) modeled after Princeton University.
  • The city’s Butterfly Pavilion and Insect Center offers a fascinating insight into invertebrates, science, and conservation, where visitors can explore an indoor tropical rainforest surrounded by nearly 1,200 live butterflies.

Contact Metro City Roofing today to schedule your free roof inspection.