Delta, CO
Specializing In
Roofing-Repair or Replacement, Foam Insulation,
Polyurea Coatings & Concrete Slab Lifting/Leveling.

Many people don't think about the importance of a roof until it's too late, except the professionals at AeroFoam. They know, first-hand, how absolutely essential it is to have a secure, leak-free, sturdy and reliable roof on your home and business.

AeroFoam is a Company that knows your roof is an important and long-term investment. As such, you have to be interested in minimizing the damage done to it over the years. Most folks also have a strong sense of pride in their home, and just want to make it as beautiful as possible. Still others are interested in making their home as cost effective and efficient as possible. For all of these things, and more, you should consult with the experienced AeroFoam representatives, as your roof is an integral part of your house.

Each different type of roof comes with its' own set of problems, all of which AeroFoam will know how to fix. If you're having roof problems, catching them early is the key to solving them before they become prohibitively expensive or dangerous. AeroFoam will be happy to look over your roof and let you know about any issues they find as well as potential problems you may need to deal with in the near future.

The exteriors of your house, especially the roof, have to withstand harsh weather year after year. Gutters may need painting, repair, cleaning, or complete replacement. Chances are, when your gutters are showing signs of trouble, your roof needs attention too. Lucky for you, Aerofoam is available to examine and diagnose your roofing problems to find the proper cure!

If you're noticing leaks along the interior or outside walls of your home, have a look up on the roof to see if there's any debris piled up. Damage to the roof can be caused by loose branches, piles of leaves, and other light objects that are swept onto your roof during a storm.

AeroFoam will tell you that they have found birds, mice, and other types of vermin nesting in the debris that piles up on rooftop. These nests, made of piles of leaves and twigs, can trap moisture, leading to loose shingles, mold, indoor leaks, and even vermin infestation. AeroFoam will recommend making sure your roof is clear of any debris or damage after storms.

Even an excellent roof wears down over time. Although shingles may be referred to as "25 year" or "30 year" shingles, those numbers refer to the manufacturer's warranty, and they typically only last about three-quarters that amount. So realistically you can expect "25 year" shingles to actually last from fifteen to twenty years. If you live in an area that receives a lot of storms or heavy winds, you may need to repair the shingles once every ten years. However with AeroFoam, this doesn't have to be an extreme cost.

AeroFoam will be able to help you in case there is any loss or damage to shingles. Shingle problems can cause indoor leaks, as they expose the substrate of the roof to the elements. Loose or broken shingles could slip off the roof, injuring someone as they fall to the ground below. Areas where shingles are missing will allow rain, wind, and debris to build up under nearby shingles, ultimately creating a "domino effect" where many other shingles become loose or broken as a result. If you know or suspect that the shingles on your roof are loose or missing, contact AeroFoam today for a free evaluation.

An inexpensive and often effective way to avoid the high cost of replacing the entire roof is called Coating them. AeroFoam will advise you on a good solution for your specific roof. Some roofs may not be in good enough condition to simply add new shingles, so in many cases, completely replacing the roof is the best solution. AeroFoam can talk with you about your roofing options and help you to make the best decision for your home and your budget.

Your roof protects you from violent elements of nature. By providing adequate ventilation, your roof protects your home from overheating, and by holding in the heat, it keeps your home warm. It is therefore imperative that you make sure your roof is prepared, both indoors and out, for any sort of weather emergency.

You should thoroughly check your roof for damage at the start of each new season. Things to watch out for are debris piled on shingles, nests of squirrels or birds in the eaves and attic, and the structural integrity of the roof. That last step might require help from AeroFoam. Aerofoam will check to make sure your roof is solid, the shingles are secure, and the entire roof structure is functioning as it's meant to. While they're up there, they can probably point out problem areas to keep an eye on, or any issues you might not have noticed.

Whether you know, or just suspect problems with your roof, you can't go wrong with a call to AeroFoam. They can use their knowledge and expertise to get your home back in top-notch condition by simply working on the roof. Call them today, and give your hard-working roof the attention it deserves.