Best Roofs for Cold Climates

When it comes to roofs for cold climates, it’s important to consider durability, something that can hold up against the harsh temperatures winter can bring to the Colorado Front Range. It’s important to choose roofing materials that protect from the coldest and warmest of weather conditions. Some materials have a greater advantage by being naturally better at protecting homes and keeping them at a consistent temperature even throughout the coldest of days of winter.

Metal roofing

Metal roofing is lightweight and smooth allowing ice and snow to slide off preventing ice and the build-up of too much snow. With proper installation, the roof will keep a proper temperature leaving the inside of the home ice dam and leak-free all winter long. Metal is a great insulator and allows proper airflow keeping the inside warm resulting in lower energy bills.

Clay tile roofing

Clay tile roofing is known for insulating throughout the cold winter months. Some clay tiles come in a variety of colors and styles which allows for many style options to fit into any architecture. They are known for being durable and can sustain many winters. Clay roofing is known for being highly tolerant and impact resistant making them great options for the front range, which is known to experience both heavy hail storms and high gusty winds.

Slate tile roofing

As a natural stone product, the slate tile roof gives a home a unique, beautiful look. Slate is known for its longevity as these roofs can be expected to last well over a century. This environmentally friendly roofing material saves on roofing materials that end up in landfills. And can be well-insulated when installed properly. Because of the cost of the roof, this may not be the ideal situation for everyone.

Asphalt composite shingles

Asphalt composite roofing is the most popular roofing material. Replacements of shingles that become damaged are fairly easy because they mold to whatever shape. These shingles do well in all types of weather. Specifically, the cold and snow that the front range of Denver typically experiences in the winter and spring months.

Red Rock Roofing: A Versatile Roofing Company

Choosing the best residential roofing materials is critical for your home to protect against the cold wind and snow. Thus, insulating the rest of your home by keeping heating costs low. Call Red Rock Roofing today to find out the best roofs for cold climates. Your home is an investment. We are dedicated professionals at Red Rock Roofing and use top-notch installation with the highest quality materials. 

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