Would it come as a big surprise for you to learn that the price estimate process is the most important aspect of any residential or commercial roofing project? At My Colorado Roofing, we believe as much, as the initial consultation sets the expectations and understanding for the rest of the process. A professional and comprehensive estimate is much more than us simply providing a cost and a timeline.

Providing you with all the information about the Colorado roofing company you’re considering, your initial appointment and consultation should include the following:

  • The company’s proof of insurance — It is estimated that more than 75 percent of Denver’s roofers do not carry enough liability insurance. Going with a roofing company that carries at least $500,000 in insurance coverage just makes good sense. Should there be an accident on the work-site, you’ll be protected from financial damage.
  • An Arbitration Statement in Contract — Though we’ll work to always ensure complete satisfaction, if there are disagreements or complaints, an arbitration agreement means we agree to settle disputes through binding arbitration. This keeps you from having to hire a lawyer and provides you proper recourse if needed.
  • A list of references — Any roofer worth their shingles will happily and proudly provide you with a list of references you can easily contact, proving their professionalism and expertise.
  • Association Certificates — Professional roofers in Colorado hold themselves to the high standards of a variety of trade associations. Without integrity, quality workmanship and a proven track record of customer satisfaction, we would not be able to claim to be members in good standing of such groups as the National Roofing Contractor Association or the Better Business Bureau.
  • A copy of the Quality Inspection Checklist — By taking a look at the long list of expectations we have for our crew members and installers, you’ll gain a better understanding of just how committed we are to true and complete customer satisfaction.
  • A detailed, written and signed cost estimate — Providing an easy-to-read breakdown of both labor and material costs, as well as a description of repair solutions or replacement needs, your project estimate should answer any and all questions you have about your project.

When you schedule your on-site roofing inspection and consultation, don’t settle for anything less than complete transparency and honesty. A reputable, trustworthy Colorado roofer should be happy and proud to provide you with all the information you need to make an educated decision. If you have any questions or concerns, or are ready to get started, visit our contact page and fill out the form to request an estimate. We promise unsurpassed service with a smile.