Residential & Commercial
When it comes to choosing a Vail Roofer, we know you have many professional options to choose from!
That’s why we pride ourselves on providing you with exceptional care and treating your home as if it was our own!
From roof repairs to roof coatings and more, we serve the greater Vail area’s homes and businesses!
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Our roofing contractors have earned Vail’s trust for the past 20 years! With more roof re-coatings and repairs completed than any other local company, we’re here to make sure your needs are met every step of the way and that the work is done the right way, the first time!
We Choose Only the Best Roof Coating For Your Home or Business
Maximum adhesion, strength, and elasticity to resist cracking and peeling
Maximum bleed block technology with no yellowing or staining over all tested substrates
Maximum coating properties to ensure the highest grade of protection from extreme weather conditions
15-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty* (See thee manufacturer’s website for details.)
The average cost to patch a roof is $100 to $1,000 and depends on the area that needs to be restored. Replacing a few shingles will cost less than replacing and resealing a skylight.
A roof repair will last you about six months depending on the size of the repair.
Properly applied roof coatings will last at least 10 years but can survive up to 20 with proper and frequent maintenance.
Absolutely! These repairs can extend the life of an older roof and get you through until it’s time to tear off your old one and replace it with a new one.
Frequently people are told they need to get their existing flat (also called a built-up) roof torn off and replaced. The story the homeowner is told usually sounds like this “this roof is in such bad shape it has to be replaced.” My name is Robert Anderson, and I’m a Licensed Remodeling Contractor in Vail. I have a Master’s Degree in Industrial Technology from Illinois State University and had worked for over 13 years as a mechanical engineer before getting back into contracting. I’m providing my credentials, so the rest of what I say makes sense.
Some roofs need to be torn off and replaced, but the vast majority need only expert patching and recoating. It’s much easier for a contractor to tear off something and start over because he has more control over the quality (and also makes a lot more money) than to fix what’s there. So obviously, a tear-off will be an easy answer for them. The problem for you is tear-offs cost a lot more money than patching and recoating.
Give me a call, and I’ll be happy to come and look at your roof and provide a quote for repairing and recoating it. If by chance it does need to be replaced, I’ll tell you, but we don’t do replacements, and I don’t have anyone I recommend. This way, I am not motivated to push you to the more expensive option. Our work is also warrantied for a minimum of two years.
More Questions About Roof Coating?
Over the years, we’ve repaired and cool-coated thousands of Vail homes and commercial buildings. Here are the steps we take to ensure your roof coating will last for years to come!
You might be surprised how much stuff accumulates on a roof over time. Prior to pressure washing, the debris needs to be removed. If tree branches are touching the roof, they will also get trimmed back.
Some roofs may need a mild etching soap to assist the cleaning process. We use environmentally sound cleaners to keep your home, plants, and pets safe throughout the process.
Gasoline-powered pressure washers have much more pressure than electric ones or garden hoses, ensuring your roof is as clean as possible before we coat your roof!
After pressure washing, it’s common for more material to get loose as it dries. We take care of this by scraping off any loose or flaking material to ensure the roof coating process is void of defects.
It’s fairly common for nails and screws to work loose over the years. We care for the ones we find to ensure your roof is ready for a recoating.
Prior to patching, we apply a layer of elastomeric where a patch will go, providing you with an extra layer of protection!
We use polyester fabric and fiber tape, depending on the situation, to repair any damage we see on your roof.
We prime any area before applying the coating to ensure no inconsistencies are visible on the roof.
Emulsifying converts oils to a product water-based coatings can stick to.
Some clients want skylights to be covered when we work for privacy and protection. Please let us know if you’d like your skylights to be covered.
After your roof has been thoroughly prepared, we apply 2 coats of Premium Vail Rubberized 7000 roof coating – giving you peace of mind that your roof is thoroughly protected and under warranty! Click here to learn more about our Limited Liability Roof Coating Warranty!
Four to six weeks after the work is completed and the material has cured out, we return to see if anything can be touched up or made even better. It’s a demonstration of our commitment to you!