Residential Roof Replacement Services

Is it time to replace your roof? Call Denver’s trusted residential roofing experts at 303-430-0251 to discuss your options today. 

For nearly thirty years, Darby Enterprises, Inc. has assisted homeowners with repairs and residential roof replacement in Denver, CO. We help you every step of the way, from the initial roof inspection to the final roofing system installation. 

Our team will provide you with a free estimate and walk you through the insurance claims process. We’ll make sure that you have everything you need for the claim and even negotiate with your insurance company on your behalf. 

Reliable Residential Roof Replacement in Denver


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What sets us apart? We’re licensed, certified, and insured. We guarantee our work and the materials we use. Our work sets a high standard for the industry as a whole. We not only meet but usually exceed national building codes.  As a professional roofing company, we set a premium on customer service by: 


  • Keeping our promises
  • Treating you fairly
  • Guaranteeing our work
  • Using high-quality materials
  • Working with reputable suppliers


The Highest Quality Roofing Materials on the Market


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We pride ourselves on making it easy to customize your roof replacement. Select from any of the following roofing materials:

Asphalt Shingles


Asphalt shingles provide a good mix of durability, style, and value for the money. They are one of the most popular roofing materials on the market today. 

Asphalt roof installation is relatively quick because the shingles are lightweight and waterproof. The asphalt particles repel water and will do so for at least 20 years. Repairs are also relatively inexpensive and straightforward. It’s simple to get a good color match when replacing one or two tiles after storm damage, too. 

Concrete and Clay Tile


Concrete and clay tiles require adequate support, so installation takes longer. Both materials are relatively porous, and so you must make allowances for the wet weight as well. 

Clay weighs less than concrete and is a traditional choice. It’s an attractive terracotta shade and durable. However, it expands and contracts with the weather, so it’s not ideal for areas where it’s freezing. 

The firing process locks in the color of the clay, making it fadeproof. The lower absorbency rate also makes ceramics less hospitable to mildew and mold. Concrete is heavier and absorbs more water. The trade-off is that it’s more customizable. It comes in several shades and shapes, and you can paint it. 

Concrete is also less temperature-sensitive than clay and so is better for colder climates. It is less expensive but has about half the lifespan of clay. 

Synthetic Shake and Slate


The color variations in shake and slate shingles make them an attractive option for almost any roofing project. Both materials look spectacular, age beautifully, and are excellent insulators. The downside is the expense and weight of these natural materials. 

Modern synthetic shake and slate tiles give you the best of both worlds. You’ll get the look you want for significantly less. No one will be able to tell the difference from the ground and will think they are real.

Even better, the synthetic shake is virtually maintenance-free. 

Metal Shingles and Standing Seam Panels


Metal roofs are fireproof, moisture-proof, and lightweight. Installation is quick because there’s not as much preparation work. 

The slippery surface also makes it easier for rain and snow to slide off, and as metal roofing will reflect the sun’s rays, it will be easier to keep your home cooler in summer. The metal will last for around 20 to 50 years, depending on the weather conditions. 

On the downside, you may need extra noise insulation. While some people enjoy the patter of rain on a roof, it can get noisy. 

You can choose between shingles and standing seam panels in a few different materials: 


  • Copper gives a lustrous finish and develops a beautiful patina. However, it is more prone to hail damage as the metal is soft. Expect to pay the most for a copper roof. 
  • Aluminum provides similar benefits to copper without the expense. The cool tones of the metal will work with most design styles. 
  • Steel can be expensive but is the least prone to denting. It works well in areas with frequent hailstorms. 


Low Slope Modified Membrane


The low slope or flat roofs are typically associated with modern or commercial designs. They are an affordable, low-maintenance alternative to a shingled roof. Many homeowners choose to use them to extend their home’s usable space or as a simple design element. 

The modified membrane provides waterproofing. This thermoplastic is highly effective at repelling moisture. It’s impermeable and will withstand pooling water. 

Heat-sealing the sections of the membrane ensures unbroken protection from moisture. There are no gaps for rain to work its way through. 

When Are Roof Repairs No Longer a Viable Option?


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How do you know that it’s time to replace your roof? If you notice one or more of the following signs, give us a call. We’ll send one of our expert roofing contractors to provide you with an honest assessment. 


  • Water Leaks: An odd leak may be due to a cracked or loose shingle. Simple roof repairs will solve this issue quickly. When there are several leaks or the water damage becomes noticeable, it’s time to consider a roof replacement.


  • Missing or Worn Shingles: Over time, hail damage can take a toll, damaging tiles and wearing away the asphalt coating of shingles. If you notice missing shingles or a significant amount of asphalt washing away, it’s time to call in a professional roofing company. 


  • Old Age: Your roof’s lifespan depends on the type of roof. Clay tiles, concrete, and metal can last longer than 50 years, forgoing storm damage. However, most other materials last around 20-25 years. 

Contact Us Today to Get Started!


Are you looking for a reliable residential roof replacement company in Denver, CO? Whether your roof needs repairs or a complete overhaul, call our team at Darby Enterprises, Inc. today at 303-430-0251 for a quote.