Roofing Services in Thornton, CO

The Roof Dr. has performed 100s of re-roofs, gutters, paint, and siding jobs throughout Thornton, including all of Adams County! We have tons of family and friends here in Thornton, and love the Fireworks at the Recreation Center, by far the best display in Colorado. We have replaced hundreds of roofs, and upgraded friends, family, and neighbors for years! Thank you Thornton!!! We are proud to be Colorado natives, and we take pride in building Colorado one roof at a time. 

Sherry Ross

New Wood Moore designer roof by The Roof DR & Owens Corning

By Ken Medina - April 9, 2017

 Sherry Ross, 

New Wood Moore Owens Corning designer shingles, synthetic felt, ridge vents, color-coded drip edge, step flashing  and all other metals. Loveland Colorado. You have a beautiful home and thank you for allowing us The Roof DR. To help you through the process of dealing with your insurance company.

A New Roof in Thornton


June 30, 2016

Goodbye 3 Tab, Hello Class 4IR Impact Resistant Shingles by Owens Corning, and yours truly, The Roof DR. 

Fire Resistant Materials and Your Thornton Roof


Residential fires account billions of dollars in damage each year in the United States. With all the recent wild fires around Colorado, it’s a good idea to choose an optimal roofing material for fire safety. Here are a couple of great choices for fire protection for your Thornton Roof:

Fiberglass-based asphalt shingles – The most economical of all residential roofing materials, fiberglass-based asphalt shingles offer excellent fire resistance when installed with fire code compliant underlayment.

Clay Tile – Traditional clay tile is noncombustible as well as very durable. It provides a Class A fire rating, which is the highest fire-resistant rating available. When they are installed, make sure that the openings in the barrel-shaped kind are sealed so embers can’t penetrate your roof.

Recycled-Rubber Tile – Recycled rubber tire is both an economical and environmentally friendly option when it comes to choosing a fire resistant material for your Thornton roof. It’s manufactured using a highly effective fire retardant and underlaid with a fire-resistant barrier which gives is a Class A fire rating.

When it comes to your Thornton roof, you want it to be as durable and as safe as possible. These materials are optimal for fire resistance and keeping your family and home safe. Contact The Roof Doctor today to find out what material is right for your roof.
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3 Misunderstood Thornton Roofing Myths


When it comes to repairing, purchasing or replacing a roof, there are many misconceptions. It’s important to get the facts. Here are three popular myths, debunked by your Thornton roofing service:

Myth #1: Cool roofs are an energy efficient option in warm climates, but don’t make sense in cooler climates.
Did you know that cool roofing ends up saving you money in both warm and cool climates because solar radiation in the summer is five times greater than the winter? Energy savings from cool roofs are always more than from black roofs used for absorbing heat.  

Myth #2: Flashing only needs to be replaced when a new roof is installed.
Flashing is a metal material that is meant to divert water away from roof openings such as vents and pipes. Depending on the installation and rigors flashing has gone though, it can outlast a roof or fail and damage a roof. Make sure your flashing is checked around every six months to ensure there is no damage to the flashing itself or to the materials around it.

Myth #3: It’s fine to cover an existing layer of shingles with a new layer.
Since building codes say this is ok, it’s a very common mistake made. When replacing shingles, it’s important to take into account the sheathing under the tiles. Rot, age, leaks, or other damages may have affected the state of your sheathing. The best way to make sure that this isn’t happening is to strip away old shingles before installing new ones.

Have more questions about your Thornton roof? Contact The Roof Dr. to make sure you have all the right information to solve your roofing problems today!
 
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