One of the most important items on your home is the roof. While often overlooked, it is the main item protecting you, your family, and your belongings from the elements. The sealants used to waterproof the roof penetrations break down over time and can cause leaks to occur.

Properly maintaining your roofing system can greatly increase the lifespan of the shingle and can prevent costly leaks and water damage from occurring.

Altitude Contracting recommends that you have one of our certified techs re-seal the entire system once every 3-5 years. We will address every single component on the roof including but not limited to the furnace vents, pipe jacks, attic vents, ridge caps, satellite hook-ups, swamp coolers, chimney flashings, bathroom vents, valley systems, exposed nail heads, etc.

Protect your home and your investment!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you local, licensed, and insured?

Yes! We have been successfully handling storm damage repair projects across the Denver metro-area since 2011 and have HUNDREDS of references.

Do you require a deposit before work begins?

No! We don’t collect a payment until materials have been delivered to your address and work has started, and the final payment is due ounce all work is complete!

What happens if my insurance company denies coverage?

Altitude Contracting’s claim specialists will always put the homeowners best interests first. We will always try to get everything fully approved so your only out of pocket is your deductible, however if your insurance company denies coverage then there is no liability what-so-ever and we are happy to write you a full and fair estimate for repairs.

How much will this cost me?

All inspections are completely free of charge. Most clients only out of pocket costs is their deductible (usually $500-$1000), however if your insurance denies coverage or the issues are not storm damage related, then we will always provide a full estimate at no charge!

Do I really have to pay my deductible?

Yes. Here in Colorado it is the law that all homeowners pay their deductible, in full, to the contractor performing the work. The insurance company and mortgage company involved will require documentation verifying this.

We think we have damage, what’s next?

Call Altitude Contracting today and get your free inspection!

Contact us today to get a free estimate!

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