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We serve Denver, CO, and the entire Front Range area. From Castle Rock to Cheyenne, from Strasburg to Steamboat Springs. We also install complete roof replacements in the mountain areas of Eagle, Summit, and Grand Counties.
A & H does not take deposits, and never asks for any money down. Rather, A & H Roofing prefers payment upon completion of the job, and after the customer is 100% satisfied.
We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! After turkey day, a lot of us put up our Christmas trees this past weekend and went shopping for great deals on Black Friday. Yes, wintertime is here! And with temperatures forecasted to be in the single digits this week, it’s definitely time to take a closer look at our homes and if they’re ready for some sustained cold temperatures.
Below is a list of the top 10 items to do to make sure your home is winterized:
Here at A & H Roofing, we are thankful for you – our loyal fans and customers!
Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!
Are you selling your home or are you planning to put your home on the market soon? If you’re unsure of how much work or money to put into your roof before selling, we have some guidance for you from professional real estate agent & blogger Chad Dierickx.
Should You Repair Your Roof or Sell As-Is?
There is one reason you might choose to spend money on your roof: to sell your home faster. Well-maintained homes have the potential to sell faster because they show better when people tour them in-person, and that’s one less concern for the buyer to take into account.
However, if you simply can’t afford the repairs or you don’t want to take the extra time you can choose to sell as-is. But if you choose to sell as-is, it might impact the final sales price. That’s where insight into the pace of the market and how your home compares to recent nearby sales will come in handy.
The “Real Estate News & Analysis” section of the Redfin blog and the neighborhood pages on Redfin are good places to find that information. If you’re lucky and sell in a competitive market, then buyers might be more willing to overlook minor maintenance