Servicing Northern Colorado & Cheyenne

We are based out of Northern Colorado and proudly serve the Front Range area, Denver area and Cheyenne, Wyoming. We have completed commercial roofing projects from Colorado Springs to Cheyenne, WY and residential roofing projects from Castle Rock to Cheyenne, WY. Please click on a city name below for information on a few of the cities we serve.

Areas We Service

Explore Some Of The Areas Anchor Roofing Services

Loveland Colorado

Explore top-notch roofing services in Loveland with Anchor Roofing. From the majestic Rockies to the tranquil lakes, we protect every home with expertise and care. Let's elevate your Loveland home with a roof that's built to last.

Ft. Collins Colorado

Dive into expert roofing services in Fort Collins by Anchor Roofing. Ensuring every roof is as robust and beautiful as Fort Collins' natural landscapes. Trust us to deliver excellence overhead.

Erie Colorado

Anchor Roofing brings precision and durability to Erie's skyline. We tailor roofing solutions for every architectural style in Erie. Partner with us for roofing done right.

Longmont Colorado

Longmont's choice for exceptional roofing is here. Anchor Roofing delivers quality and resilience to every shingle we install. Secure your Longmont property with our trusted solutions.

Wellington Colorado

Anchor Roofing is Wellington's guardian for top-tier roofing. We blend local knowledge with the best materials to protect and beautify your Wellington home.

Windsor Colorado

In Windsor, Anchor Roofing stands synonymous with reliability and quality. Our roofs reflect Windsor's strength and style. Let's build your legacy together.

Get in Contact With Us

4691 Concorde Ave Unit 1A, Johnstown, CO 80534

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the signs that my roof needs repairs or replacement?

Look for signs such as missing, cracked, or curling shingles; leaks in the attic or ceiling; excessive shingle granules in the gutters; sagging roof deck; and visible light coming through the roof.

How often should I have my roof inspected?

It's recommended to have your roof inspected at least once a year, preferably in the fall before harsh weather sets in, or after a significant weather event.

What is the typical lifespan of a roof?

The lifespan of a roof depends on the material used. Asphalt shingles last about 20-30 years, while materials like metal, tile, and slate can last 50 years or more with proper maintenance.

Can I repair my roof myself?

While minor repairs might be manageable for a DIY enthusiast with the right tools and knowledge, major repairs or replacements are best handled by professionals due to the complexity and risk involved.

How much does a new roof cost?

The cost of a new roof varies widely based on factors like the size of the roof, the materials used, and your location. It’s best to get multiple quotes from trusted contractors to understand the potential investment.

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