Do you work with residential and commercial clients?

Yes, at Colorado Weather Coatings, we work on all low sloped and flat roofs for commercial and residential clients in need of roofing installation and repair services.

Why is it a good idea to spray foam your roof?

Spray Foam adds structural strength to your roof as well as helping to lower energy costs. Spray foam is also a great addition to your roof for preventing costly tear offs that can happen during our harsh winters. To learn more about the benefits of Spray Foam Roofing, call (303) 435-6799 today.

How do I determine what the best coating is for my roof?

Depending on the substrate of your current roof, we will help you determine the best product to suit your needs.

Do you charge for roof estimates?

All estimates are free of charge. Whether you are in need of roof replacement services, roof repairs or are interested in learning about Spray foam roofing, speaking with a local professional and having your roof assessed will not cost you a dime!

What is Spray Foam Roofing?

Spray foam roofing is the process of manufacturing your roof on site. This process combines two materials that provides an insulated, seamless roofing system. Call (303) 435-6799 to learn more about the benefits of this service.

How long does spray foam roofing last?

If properly maintained, the average spray foam roofs can last 20-30 years.

How often should a foam roof be recoated?

It is recommended to re-coat a foam roof every 10-15 years. If you are not sure if it is time to recoat your roof, schedule a free estimate and assessment today!

Are you able to provide roof repairs as well as installation?

Yes, at Colorado Weather Coatings, we are a full-service roofing company. We can install a new roof, repair your existing roof or replace with a new foam roof. Schedule your roofing needs today with a local expert!

What does the installation process look like?

For our roofing installation process, we pride ourselves on working hard to do little to disrupt your business’s day to day operations. Normal installation requires minimal laborers and the equipment used has a small footprint, taking up one or two parking spaces.