Blue Spruce Roofing is a locally owned and operated Colorado construction and roofing company that serves residents of the Denver Metro area, including Lakewood, Littleton, Evergreen, Westminster, Arvada, Highlands Ranch, and Englewood.
Colorado is known for its dynamic weather, and while that's great for those who love the change of seasons, it is especially hard on your roof. As a full-service roofing company, homeowners can choose from one of Blue Spruce's roofing services:
Blue Spruce Roofing prides itself on using only top-of-the-line equipment, leading techniques, and state-of-the-art materials. The company is also certified by several shingle manufacturers such as Owens Corning, GAF, Malarkey, Mule Hide, and Tamko.
Blue Spruce Roofing provides afive-year workmanship warranty on all work performed. However, keep in mind that temporary repairs do not come with a warranty.
Blue Spruce Roofing helps with filing roof damage insurance claims. The roofing company works with Allstate, Farmers, Citizens, State Farm, Travelers, Nationwide, Safeco, The Hartford, MetLife, Auto-Owners, and Amica.
Blue Spruce Roofing states on its website that, in most cases, full payment is due upon completion of the project. However, the company says that in some cases, a 50 percent down payment may be required to order materials.
The down payment isn't the problem; we are more curious about who will have to pay the down payment. Is the down payment for commercial or residential clients? Is the down payment only required if certain materials need to be purchased and shipped in? What other terms make it so that some clients pay the down payment while others pay for everything at once?
While we are confident that everything will be explained once you sit down and talk with the company, it would be helpful to provide this information upfront. That way, clients know if the down payment is something they need to consider when budgeting.
Blue Spruce Roofing has been in business since 2014. While that's a decent amount of time and experience, it is still relatively young within the industry. Companies that have been in business for longer generally have a more extensive customer base and reviews that describe their customers' unique experiences.
The company's time in business isn't always the best way to judge a company's service level. It just might make it more difficult for potential clients to find someone who has worked with the company before (and recommends it).
If you choose to work with Blue Spruce, be sure to look for online reviews to see if other customers are happy with the provided level of service. And be sure to ask questions or bring up any concerns you may have before signing a contract.