- Metal Roofing
- Metal roofing isn’t new, but it is definitely seeing a comeback this year! The Denver area catches a lot of snow each year which is why metal roofing is popular as it protects homes. Today’s metal roofs come in a myriad of beautiful colors and styles. Another key perk is that it is extremely durable and lasts longer than other materials. Metal roofing also does a wonderful job of reflecting the sun’s UV rays to keep your home comfortable and cool during summer. Metal also adds insulation to your home, which means you’ll stay warm and cozy inside.
- Solar Power
- No surprise here! More homeowners are concerned about their carbon footprint these days and are looking for creative ways to make their homes more environmentally friendly. One of the best ways to conserve energy and help save on annual utility costs is with solar power. Early versions of residential roof solar panels were oversized and expensive, and they detracted from curb appeal. Fortunately, the latest roofing technology has solved those issues. Solar shingles or (photovoltaic shingles) offer all the performance of a solar panel but mimic the look and function of conventional roofing materials. Sleek and cost saving!
- Lighter roof colors
- Roofing materials no longer have to be dull hues that fade into the background of your home’s curb appeal. Many homeowners are embracing dynamic roofing colors inspired by nature and its inviting colors. Many new shingles are being produced in a variety of eye-catching colors. The top roof color trends for 2020 are soft greens, pale blues and warm neutrals like beige, taupe and off-white. Don’t be afraid to bring your roof to life!
Last but definitely not least, is the old reliable asphalt roof. Asphalt is easily the most common and traditional roofing material used in residential no matter where you are. However, these days they are offered in a plethora of different colors which will definitely increase curb appeal. These types of shingles have a class 4 impact resistance rating which is the highest there is! With this attribute, Asphalt shingles can withstand extremely high winds, thunder storms and even hail storms.