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Anchor Roofing LLC is a full service residential and light commercial Roofing company in Fort Collins serving the Northern Colorado area and Metro Denver. You may not spend much time thinking about your roof, but it’s actually one of the most important parts of a home. Working properly, a good roof will protect a home, keeping it in excellent condition. That’s why it’s so important to be as informed as possible when it comes to roofing. Make sure to have your roof inspected annually. Roofs in Colorado tend to suffer the most damage in the spring and winter. Letting problems persist will only lead to a bigger expense down the road. If you feel your roof is showing signs of wear, such as shingles curling, flapping in the wind, coming off, or excessive granule loss. Call us right away for a Free Inspection. As your local Fort Collins Roofing Contractor, we will guide you through the process and find the best solutions as an adviser. There are no pushy sales tactics with Anchor Roofing LLC. Whether it's storm damage or normal wear, we have you covered.

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Hire a Local Northern Colorado-Based Roofing Company

Remember to steer clear of out-of-town roofing companies. When they leave town to chase the next storm, they take with you any warranty that they may have offered. Anchor Roofing LLC is frequently called on to fix the low-quality work they leave behind. Our roofing services are all covered under our warranty and we are local with a brick and mortar location. We are Colorado natives and we are not going anywhere. We choose to do good business and focus on our long-term future.

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Roofer for Residents of
Fort Collins, Colorado

Known for its rugged landscape, Fort Collins has attracted strong, hearty and independent people since its founding in 1864. Of course, if you are going to live on the range, you have to be prepared for some rugged living. If you are going to be out in the wilderness, or even just driving around town in the winter, it is important to always think ahead. You are recommended to keep extra gloves, blankets, a portable phone charger, and road flares in your car. You are advised to avoid cotton during the winter and any time you are in the wilderness.

Another important way to stay prepared for the weather and the elements in Fort Collins, CO is to take good care of the roof of your house. Your roof is what protects your family and keeps you warm and safe in the winter. It is never something that should be neglected.
Anchor Roofing LLC., is the best local choice for all of your roofing needs. From installs to upkeep, Anchor Roofing LLC. is the most respected and turned to roofing contractor in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Fort Collins, Colorado Roofer

In today’s world we often get caught up with thinking the biggest automatically equals the best. This is simply not true. While searching topics such as “roofers near me” or “roofing contractors near me” will often turn up all kinds of options, including paid results at the top of the page, this can sometimes make things even more confusing. While being a large company or paying to advertise doesn’t necessarily mean they aren’t a good choice, often the out-of-town business are in an outsize share of the results.

So how do you choose the best roofer for you? The truth is that when hiring a roofer in Fort Collins, CO, you really want to hire a company with roots here on the front range. While out of town companies may seem to offer their work for cheaper, that is because cheaper work is often what you get with them.

When choosing a roofer you should always verify your roofer. While you can do a quick check through one of the numerous roofing contractor directories available online, truly professional services will always have references you can verify directly. Nothing that stands stronger than a local, long-standing company with positive reviews in your community.

Anchor Roofing LLC is made up of people that live and work in Larimer County. Unlike many national companies that move into growing towns, build a bunch of roofs, and then move on long before any of the warranties have run out, Anchor Roofing LLC is owned and operated by Coloradans and will be here for you whenever you need them in the future.

Anchor Roofing LLC installs and repairs
all types of roofs:

  • Clay Tile
  • Concrete Tile
  • Metal Roofing
  • Shingles
  • Wood Shingles
  • Flat Roofing

Did you know that some roofing companies finance? If you are looking for roofing work or repair contact Anchor Roofing LLC and let us use our years of expertise to guide you to the financial model that is best for you.

No matter your needs, whether you are looking for a “metal roofing contractor near me,” or the highest quality wood shingling for your home, Anchor Roofing LLC can do the job right, and do it in a timely fashion.

Frequently Asked Questions About Hiring a Roofer

1).  How do I find the best roofer?

With so much information available on the internet today, sometimes the most difficult part can be cutting through the static. Here are a few tips to help you find the best roofer for you.

  • Seek Referrals: Do you have a friend who just used a roofing contractor? Perhaps someone at your church or place of business has had work done recently. People love to talk about the contractors they use, whether they are happy or upset with them. Referrals help you to be certain the company you use is walking their talk.
  • Check Online Reviews: While reviews from friends and neighbors are important, such a small sample size can be skewed if, for instance, your neighbor's grandson just started his own roofing company. Internet reviews are helpful because they aggregate a much larger number of former customers. If a company has 40 or 50 reviews and the vast majority of them are positive, then you have a pretty good idea of what kind of work they do.
  • Find out about their warranty: This means more than just to ask if they have one. A warranty is only as good as the company behind it. In growing cities like Loveland, out of town contractors will come through and offer cheap prices on shoddy work, then close their business and move out of town long before the warranty is up. To avoid this kind of scam always look for local, longstanding businesses. Odds are, if your roofer makes their home on the front range, they will be there for you in the future.
  • Always check their licensing and insurance: Any reputable roofer will happily provide you this information. It’s not an imposition to ask. In fact, it shows that you will only accept the best work, something a truly dedicated roofer knows they will be able to offer you.

2).  What should I look for in a roofing company?

  • Insurance: Under no circumstances should you ever hire someone to work on any part of your home if they are not fully insured. This is even more important with a job like roofing that comes with inherent risk. Ask to see their insurance paperwork before you let any tradesmen work at your home or business.
  • Communication: You want to hire a roofer who can clearly communicate the work necessary, the price, and the amount of time and disruption. Having your roof worked on or replaced is a big undertaking, and you want to know that you and your roofer are on the same page every step of the way.

3).  What questions should I ask a roofing contractor?

  • Who owns the business?: Out of town roofing companies often still hire locals to build their roofs. Unfortunately the bar for these roofers is significantly lower than that of long standing local teams. Knowing if the owner is local or some businessman from Boston goes a long way towards knowing what kind of workmanship you are going to get.
  • Can I view your portfolio?: A good roofer is a proud roofer. A good roofer wants you to see the work they have done. This question will not only lead to physical evidence of whether they do good work or not, but will also give you an idea of whether they are confident in their work or not.
  • Who will be installing my roof?: Most local companies will have one of their roofers meet with you, but storm and population chasers often use a separate salesperson who is not even familiar with the work that is done. Make sure that the people selling you the roof are actually experienced in the business of roofing.

4).  How do I get the best price on a roof?

  • Get an inspection done: Know what is wrong with your roof and what needs to be done before you hire a roofer. This knowledge will help you to know whether the estimate given is fair or not.
  • Make sure your roof isn’t still under warranty: Check through any files left by the previous owners to see who built the roof, when, and what the warranty was.
  • Get multiple quotes: Like with any major purchase, choosing a roofer should be something you do cautiously. Never take the first quote.
  • Watch out for financing schemes: If a roofing company knocks on your door with a “pay-nothing-now” financing plan that seems too good to be true, it probably is. Read the fine print and make sure you don’t mortgage your future.

5).  How do I know when it is time to replace my roof?

  • Know how old your roof is: If your roof is between 15-20 years, then there is a good chance you can get by with repairs. Knowing the age of your roof will go a long way toward knowing how much work it needs.
  • Check wear and tear: Is your roof missing shingles? Is all of the granulation worn off? Are you seeing exposed wood?
  • Check the attic: Often long before a drip starts coming through your ceiling, it begins with moisture on the joists. Check to see if any piece of the structure of the roof is wet or looks like it has been wet before.
  • Get an inspection: If you are noticing any major wear and tear or leakage, the best course of action is to have it inspected.

6).  Will my insurance pay for a new roof?

  • Homeowners insurance generally covers only peril-related issues such as a tree falling through your home.
  • If your roof is still within its warranty, then your best bet is to call the roofer who built it.

About Us

Owned and operated by Coloradans and fellow front-range dwellers Anchor Roofing LLC knows the challenges specific to residents of these mountains. As your friends and neighbors in your community our goal is to be certain that you have the best and safest roof for you and your family, not to sell you a roof. Call us today at (970) 690-1020 to schedule a free inspection.

The county seat for Larimer County, and the fourth most populous city in Colorado, Fort Collins has managed to keep its identity even as tourists have begun to flock to it. From climbing Horsetooth Mountain to enjoying the boutiques downtown, Fort Collins is a destination for outdoor enthusiasts from all over the country. With the pebbly beaches of Boyd Lake, natural wonders like the Devil’s Backbone and Horsetooth Falls, and the highly touted Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, it’s no wonder so many choose to live here. Even in a lifetime it could not all be explored.

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