Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration continues to hold an excellent reputation based on providing quality products and unsurpassed service.
Our Longmont roofing contractors successfully continue to meet our client's most complex roofing and home challenges with efficiency. Here at Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration we strive to exceed our customer's expectations by providing them with the highest quality service with the best craftsmanship available. We provide Colorado and surrounding areas with roofing solutions are customized to each of our client's roofing and home concerns. You can depend on us to provide you with the service you expect at a price that you can afford.
We provide Longmont and the surrounding areas with the highest-quality roofing solutions that are tailored to fit your Longmont roofing and home needs. Home and business owners count on us to provide them with the service they deserve at a price they can afford. Our Longmont roofing contractors always go above and beyond the call of duty to surpass our client's expectations! From beginning to end,the roofing experts at Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration will work with you all the way to ensure that you get exactly what you need.
Many homeowners in Longmont rely on our experts to provide them with quality service at a price that they can afford. Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration believes that customer satisfaction should be the number one priority. Our Longmont contractors will make sure that you are completely satisfied with our roofing services and products when the job is completed. We also provide:
Asphalt shingles in Longmont are a variety of roof shingles. They have become popularly used nowadays because they are inexpensive, economical, lighter and easier to install compared to tiles, and has good insulation qualities compared to galvanized iron sheets. Moreover, in terms of aesthetics, they give the house a textured, classic and elegant look.
Asphalt became widely used as a roofing material in the 1890s when a chemist experimented and developed paper infused with asphalt for roofing purposes. Felt is soaked in asphalt. Pellet-like minerals are then embedded into the asphalt’s surface while still hot and soft. Shingles are used and attached to a deck which may either be plywood, fiber cement board, hardiflex or even galvanized iron sheet.