Storm damage comes in many forms caused by hail, wind, rain, snow, electrical, trees and debris. Dealing with roof damage from a Colorado storm can be stressful, but our experienced team makes it as easy on you as possible.
Our team will do a roof inspection to assess any damage. We’ll document and show you any issues, discuss possible solutions, and answer all your questions. We’ll talk through next steps and the proposed process of getting your home repaired and improved.
If your neighbors are having roofing work done, but you are not sure if you have damage or not, call us for a free roof inspection. We’ll provide an honest and accurate opinion of your roof.
In the complex world of insurance policies and coverages, it helps to have a professional helping you along the way. Our
project managers successfully work with homeowners and help them navigate insurance claims every day. We will give
you an honest opinion of your home’s exterior condition and provide options if there’s work to be done. Whether you
call us right after the storm or before the time to file a claim is about to pass, we will be here when you need us. Our goal
is to be your roofer for life, not sell you a roof that you do not need yet.
J&K Roofing will inspect your home and take note of any damages we can detect.
We provide a detailed inspection report with our recommendations for repair, which is based on over 35 years of experience in this industry.
We will work closely with your insurance company to get the best roof damage claim settlement and assure the job is done right!
J&K Roofing has been in the Colorado roofing industry for over 37 years. We have replaced over 50,000 roofs and pride ourselves on the relationships we have built within our community.
A quality roofer will be certified in all major manufacturer products and materials
An experienced roofing company isn’t going anywhere-they are fully accountable for their work within the area they serve.
The first knock on your door after a storm may be from unwelcome guests: storm chasers. These storm chasers are skilled at making their case, but most of the time they’re from neighboring states and aren’t familiar with local and state regulations. Some aren’t certified to do the work they say they can complete and will not be around for any repairs.