Residential Roof Repair
Brian Pierce Roofing is the best roofing company in Colorado Springs because we only use the highest-quality roofing materials in each of the premier roof systems we install. You'll recognize many of our manufacturer's names ( Boral, Malarkey, Tamko, Owens Corning, Genflex, Certainteed, Decra and more), all industry leaders. Homeowners in the Colorado Springs area have learned that Brian Pierce Roofing is the roofing company of choice for those who want shingles and roofing systems done right!
As your Colorado roofer, we install a variety of roof systems, from composite shingles, to concrete tile and Spanish tile, and metal. Some of our most popular shingles are the Class 4 Impact Resistant shingles. These shingles are engineered to especially withstand the frequent hail storms that are common in Colorado along the front range.
In addition, we manufacture guttering to fit your needs: 5 and 6 in. seamless gutter, and 5 and 6 1/2 in. round gutters. We offer a variety of colors and also feature both 1/2 round copper gutters and chain gutters. Check our guttering page for details. As your Colorado roofer, we offer both service and materials that will meet and even surpass what you might expect from a local roofer.
Brian Pierce Roofing makes sure that no detail is left unfinished. Whether repairing residential roofs, shingles, tile or a metal roof that is leaking, when we leave your home, it’s going to look even better than it did before we arrived. On every project we perform, every inch of your landscaping is clear of debris, and every nail is secure. We understand how important it is to the health and well-being of your family that your home is perfectly taken apart and put back together, so you can be sure everything is done perfectly!
Give us a call today (719) 630-1044 and give us the opportunity to discuss your particular roofing needs!
Types of Shingles and Roofing Materials
Architectural shingles compensate for extremes of temperature and wind by having both a thicker construction and excellent adhesive strips. Asphalt shingles generally have a life of 15 to 25 years. As you examine the types and quality of our composite asphalt shingle products, you'll see that there is a wide spectrum of what a new roof can cost. We are committed to providing you with the best roof, with the best quality installation for the price.
Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles
Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles are specifically engineered to hold up during the hail storms that are so common along the front range. Manufacturers, like Malarkey, incorporate a rubberized SBS polymer that creates a more durable and longer lasting shingle that can withstand extreme weather conditions. These shingles are rated into four unique testing classes that are denoted by four different steel ball sizes, ranging from 1¼" to 2". The steel balls are dropped at a range of 12-20 feet to impact the shingles at high speed, replicating the force of actual documented hail.
The back of the shingle is then inspected for any cracking or visible signs of distress from the impact of the steel ball. The UL 2218 Class 4 impact resistance is currently the highest rating in impact resistance. And, like other shingles, they come in a variety of colors that would highlight your home perfectly!
Installing Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles can save you money on insurance! Check with your home insurer today! Read more about class 4 impact resistant shingles.
Metal roof systems
Metal roofs are often the roofing choice for either steep or flat roof structures. Metal roofing systems come in a variety of grades, from low-end bare aluminum panels, to high-end coated metal. Metal roofs have a high wind resistance and are far less heavy than ceramic roof systems. Metal roofs generally have a life of around 50 years.
Ceramic Roof Tiles
Ceramic roofs come in a variety of shapes and colors, ranging from Spanish roof styles to flatter styles that mimic slate roofs. Though heavy, ceramic tiles have good wind resistance and are almost impervious to weather elements. Tile roofs generally have a life of around 75 years.