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Looking for a roofer? Hail damage, roofs, siding, and gutters are all in our wheel house. Plus, we serve 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 more comprehensive list of areas that we serve include:
Arvada, Aurora, Bailey, Brighton, Broomfield, Boulder, Bow Mar, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Creek, Cheyenne, Commerce City, Conifer, Denver, Englewood, Evergreen, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Greeley, Golden, Highland Hills, Highlands Ranch, Hudson, Keenesburg, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone Tree, Longmont, Northglenn, Parker, Sheridan, Thornton, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Windsor
Call us at 303.659.8088 or:
If you are a resident of Denver or any one of Denver’s surrounding cities, including Parker, Highlands Ranch, Thornton, Westminster, or Arvada, A & H Roofing is your local roofing expert.
What does being an EXPERT mean, exactly?
It means we have been in business since 1998. Prior to that, each of our founders, Tom Herman and Mike Aberle, had a long history in roofing. In fact, Tom Herman comes from a long line of family-owned roofing businesses. His father and all of his father’s brothers have owned their own roofing companies for years. You could say he grew up in the business.
It means we have our own in-house inspector for quality control along with the City and County inspector to insure the best quality job.
It also means all our crew leaders have been with the company for a minimum of five years. This guarantees quality of installation and assures that employees are not being trained on the job. We do not hire new installers when busy – we keep the same quality installers busy and loyal all year long.
Call us today at 303.659.8088 for all of your roofing, hail damage, gutter, and siding needs!
Roofing Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What is natural attic ventilation and does it work?
It’s possible to use natural forces to ventilate the attic and save on the cost of operating electric fans.
Here’s how: As wind moves against and around your house, it creates an area of positive and negative pressure. They key to proper ventilation is understanding where the pressure is.
Place intake vents in areas of positive pressure. Place exhaust vents in areas of negative pressure. This is how you can create continuous airflow through the attic and match the attic temperature with that of the outdoor air.
Wind force is by far the most effective way to ventilate an attic. Still, don’t overlook the “thermal effect”: Hot air rises, which will always create air movement inside the attic.
The most critical part of the attic for constant air movement is the roof sheathing because it is the hottest part of the attic and radiates heat into the attic.
Solution: Place exhaust vents at the top of the roof, and locate your intake vents around the soffits.