Go2 Contracting is passionate about what we do, and what we do is provide home and business owners in Colorado Springs and beyond with gutter, siding, and roofing services that are reliable and dependable. Our roofing company understands that we aren’t in an industry that gets a ton of attention — that is, until you need a roofing company, then you need roofing services and you need them fast! But we at Go2 Contracting are here for you when you need us to be, providing roof repair and installation services to Douglas County, Castle Rock, El Paso County, and beyond. No matter if you need commercial or residential roof services, we’ve got you covered with affordable prices, unmatched experience, and a commitment to customer service unlike any other in the area.
To speak on the customer service point a bit more, we pride ourselves on our commitment to customer service, and we seek to prove it with each and every customer we talk with, irrespective of the magnitude of the project. But great customer service can look like a lot of different things depending on what each customer needs in particular. For some, it might have to do with providing our unfiltered, honest advice regarding a debate between roof replacement and repair. It’s not always an easy choice to make, but we make a point to be straightforward with our customers, all the while making sure we respect their choice. Hey, it’s your house and your money, we just want to make sure you understand the entire scope of the situation!
For other customers, great customer service looks like being punctual and reliable, providing them with a free estimate on the same day they called so we can get to work fixing some leaks. This helps keep small problems from turning into big problems.
But for everyone, regardless of the particulars, great customer service means we are a roofing company that stands by our word. We’ll get the job done on time and within the agreed-upon budget. That’s why we are one of the top Colorado Springs roofing contractors around!
The Benefits Of Different Roofing Materials
Now that we’ve sung our own praises a bit, let’s get down to brass tacks. Well, let’s get down to clay tile, asphalt, slate roofing, concrete, tile, and metal sheets! Keep reading if you are interested in understanding some differences between commonly used roofing materials.
If you haven’t noticed, metal roofs are making a bit of a comeback recently. Standing-seam steel roofing, in particular, has fast become one of the most popular roofing styles out there. Stand-seam steel roofing, as you might be wondering, is a title which refers to the edge of a metal panel connecting to another metal roofing section. The edges and lines aren’t always even or uniform, giving it a post-modern and trendy look.
Metal roofs are fire-resistant, durable, and almost maintenance-free! They are also energy efficient, as many homes with metal roofing material use the sheets to capture solar energy. One study in Florida determined that homeowners who make the change to metal roofs save an average of 20 percent on their energy bills throughout the year! In Colorado, however, we have to be mindful about hail and storm damage, two things which can damage metal roofs. That’s why steel roofs, an environmentally-friendly roofing type, might be worth considering! Steel roofs can be installed over the top of any structure’s current roof and are over 50 percent recyclable when it comes to manufacturing materials the average project uses.
Clay tile is popular in parts of the world that aren’t Colorado Springs. Most notably, you can find them in Spanish Mission, southwestern, and Italian architecture. For the right kind of climate, clay tiles can be a great option because of what they represent in terms of longevity — which we are quick to point out as being a totally different thing than durability. If you had a clay tile roof in El Paso County, it probably wouldn’t last too long because of the constant temperature change; freezing and thawing repeatedly won’t work out too well, as it will damage the clay. But if you had one in a warmer climate like San Diego, for instance, the roof might last more than 50 years with little to no repair work!
Asphalt roofs are by far the most popular kinds of shingles that are in use. Made of fiberglass, asphalt, and ceramic pieces, asphalt shingles represent the most affordable and easy-to-install option around. Many asphalt roofs last over 30 years as well, so it’s not like you have to plan on getting a new roof with the same frequency that you’d replace a vehicle of yours. However, asphalt shingles are often susceptible to high winds — something worth having a conversation with your local roofing contractor about when determining what kind of roof you want to put on your home.
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That’s all the time we have for today’s post! However, as some of you already know, there is much that we didn’t get the chance to cover. That being said, this post will serve as a part one in a two-part series based on highlighting the benefits of various roofing materials. In part two, we’ll take a look at wood shakes, concrete tile, along with some other materials. So make sure you keep a lookout for part two!
In the meantime, if you are in need of a reliable roofing contractor in Colorado Springs or beyond, give Go2 Contracting a call! We’d love to hear from you and help put our years of experience to good work. Contact us today!