Spring will come to Denver soon which means many homeowners are stirring from their winter slumber and ready to tackle home improvement projects. There are several big-time projects you can start in spring though one of the best is replacing your Denver roof.

If you’re ready to replace your roof you want to first check out the new roofing trends for Denver in 2021 and if there’s a product or service that will take your home and roof to the next level.

Let’s lay out the best roofing trends for Denver in 2021 and how to get your own roof replacement scheduled today. With these materials and ideas, you roof will stand tall above the rest.

4 Roofing Trends for Denver in 2021

Cheaper and Better Premium Materials

Thanks to increases and innovation in production, many roofing materials that were once considered top end are now affordable for the average homeowner. Materials that used to cost too much for the normal Denver resident like impact-resistant (IR) roofing and reflective roofing are not only affordable but also available in more cuts, colors, and styles than ever. With the wider array of choices, you can find an IR or reflective roof that matches your home and is within your budget.

Green Roofing

As part of Denver’s Green Roof Ordinance, the city skyline has gotten greener over the last few years. All Denver residences and buildings over 25,000 sq ft must include green components but even the typical homeowner is getting in on the action. Those with low-slope or flat roofs can plant intensive or extensive green roofs more affordably than ever before and with utility bills getting higher every year a green roof is an excellent insulator and can prolong a roof’s life by several years.

Though there are large upfront costs, a green roof can save on your energy bills, retain storm water, help your roof last decades, helps local pollinators, and could even help calm your mood. Thanks to affordability, availability, and the Denver Green Roof Ordinance, green roofs are among the hottest and most innovative roofing trends in 2021.

Stone Coated Tile

Stone coated tile was originally created to help move metal tiles more easily but has now become on the of the most popular Denver roofing trends for homeowners tired of replacing their asphalt every hail season.

Stone coated tile is beautiful, last several decades, and can endure the pounding from severe hailstorms. Stone coated tile is approximately double the cost of asphalt but worth it for most homeowners. If you want to put on one more roof and be done with, stone coated tile is the roofing trend for you.

Solar Shingles

Solar shingles like Tesla’s Solar Roof Tiles take the concept of solar, beef it up, then pack into beautiful and compact solar tiles. Solar tiles are much more aesthetically pleasing, stronger, and create much more power than a normal solar panel array. With local offices opening around Denver, it’s time to take advantage of the cutting edge of roofing with solar shingles.

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2021 brings a few new innovations and continuing trends to the table like stone coated tile, green roofing, solar shingles, and more. If you’re ready to take your roof to the next level, consider one of these trends or call Roofcorp to learn more today. With a little research and some good decisions, you (and your roof) can be in on the trend.

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