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Denver Roof Repair & Warranty Solutions

Keep a solid roof over your head with affordable, efficient roof repair and warranty services from your local pros at Arapahoe Roofing Company.

Trust Arapahoe Roofing Company for Your Roof Repairs in Denver

Whether it’s for your home or business, there are few things more important than ensuring your roof is doing its job. Modern Commercial and residential roofing materials are more resilient than ever before…

But that doesn’t mean your roof is indestructible. With heavy snowfall, high winds, and hailstorms, Denver weather can subject your roof to some pretty nasty damage to your roofing system.

Fortunately, making repairs can ensure your roof lasts that much longer—and when it comes to warranty/repairs, we’re here to help!

For over 55 years

Denver's Trusted Roof Repair Company

55+ years of experience in the roofing industry didn’t happen by coincidence—we’ve spent that time building a reputation for honesty, excellence, and an unparalleled dedication to our clients.

Just as your roof is a necessity, it’s also a serious investment. Performing necessary maintenance and repairs before any damage can get worse will help prolong the life of that investment.

Our team recognizes the importance of getting repairs right the first time, and we have the skill set to work on every roofing material available today.

From asphalt and metal to slate and tile roofs, our experienced roofing professionals are here to help you find a solution that suits your needs.

Our repair & warranty services include

Free Roof Consultations & Estimates

Storm & Hail Damage Repair

Gutter Repair

Custom Fabrication

Insurance Claims vs. Warranty Service:

What’s the Difference?

To be clear, our team can help you with insurance claims and warranty services, but you’ll need to know which option you’re utilizing first.

Filing an insurance claim for roof repairs or replacements involves filing a claim and having an adjuster assess the damage to your roof. Our Arapahoe Roofing Company Experts can meet with your insurance adjuster and agent to verify their assessment, but the rest is up to your policy.

Keep in mind that many home insurance policies do not include coverage for roof damage!

Warranty services, on the other hand, are handled by your roofing material manufacturer and/or your roof installer.

There are two main types of roof warranty coverage (and we offer both):

Manufacturer’s warranty – This covers any defects in your roofing material.
Workmanship warranty – This covers any damage incurred by poorly installed roofing systems. Beware of companies that offer workmanship warranties of less than 2 years.

Our goal is always to get the job done right the first time. Still, if you replace your roof with Arapahoe and run into issues, you can rest assured we’ve got you covered.

Again, we can work with you in either case (warranty service or insurance claims) to find a solution and get your roof repaired.

Does roof warranty cover hail damage?

“Does roof warranty cover hail damage?” This is a common question among homeowners considering roof warranties. While it varies depending on the type of warranty you have, many roof warranties do cover hail damage under certain conditions. Typically, warranties provided by roofing manufacturers may cover defects in materials or workmanship, but they may not always cover damage caused by extreme weather events like hailstorms. However, some roofing contractors offer extended warranties or supplemental coverage options that include protection against hail damage. It’s crucial to carefully review the terms and conditions of your roof warranty to understand what is covered and what is not. Additionally, consulting with your roofing contractor or manufacturer can provide clarity on hail damage coverage and help you make informed decisions regarding your roof’s protection.


  • What is a roof warranty?
    A roof warranty is a guarantee that your roofing company will provide, stating that your roof installation (and sometimes, repairs) will be free of any material defects or workmanship errors. Roof warranties vary in duration, coverage, and terms depending on your roofing company and roofing type.
  • How long does a roof warranty last?
    The length of a roof warranty will vary, but typically, a standard roof warranty lasts between 2 years to lifetime depending on type of roof system for your particular project.
  • What does a roof warranty cover?
    Roof warranties usually cover material and workmanship defects, but be sure to read the fine print carefully. Most roof warranties might not cover damage caused by natural disasters, such as storms, hail, or improper installation.
  • What is the difference between a manufacturer's warranty and a contractor's warranty?
    A manufacturer's warranty generally covers defects in your roofing materials, while a contractor's warranty covers workmanship and installation issues. We offer both warranties to ensure that you’re covered in any case.
  • How do I know if my roof needs repair or replacement?
    If you notice signs of water damage or leaks in your attic, or if you can see missing or damaged shingles, it’s time to have your roof inspected by a professional. A roofing expert can assess the damage and recommend the best course of action.
  • How long does a roof repair take?
    The length of time it takes to repair or replace a roof depends on the size of the roof, the extent of the damage, and the weather conditions. Most roof repairs take a few hours to a day, but this will vary depending on what needs to be fixed.
  • What should I look for in a roofing company?
    When choosing a roofing company, be sure to look for a company that is licensed and insured, and offers a warranty on their workmanship.
  • Can I do my own roof repair?
    While you might be tempted to save money by doing your own roof repair, we never recommend it. Climbing around on a damaged roof is extremely dangerous, and if a repair is not done correctly, it can lead to more extensive (and expensive) damage down the line.
  • How often should I have my roof inspected?
    Ideally, you should have your roof inspected every couple of years, with additional inspections after heavy snowfall, hailstorms, etc. This can help detect any potential issues early on and prevent costly repairs or replacements down the line.