Testimonial on New Metal Roof in Old Town Steamboat Springs

Posted on: May 30, 2014 by in Residential
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At Wilson Roofing Division, we LOVE happy customers. Recently we completed a total reroof of an old town Steamboat Springs home. This project involved tearing off multiple layers of the old roof, then replacing with new sheeting, new underlayment and finally a new custom fabricated standing seam metal roof complete with new metal facia - also custom fabricated. Below is what this satisfied customer had to say about Wilson Roofing Division. Call us today at (970) 871-0442 so we can get Continue Reading ...

The Benefits of a Metal Roof

Posted on: May 23, 2014 by in Metal Roofing
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[caption id="attachment_162" align="alignleft" width="320"] A high quality metal roof is the best choice for your Colorado home or business.[/caption] We're all aware of how common metal roofs are in the Steamboat Springs area, but you might not know what it is exactly that makes these roofs so popular. From how long a metal roof will last to the benefits to the environment, there is really a long list of reasons to choose a metal roof for your next roofing project. Plus, at Wilson Roofing Continue Reading ...

Roof Repair & Replacement Season in Steamboat Springs

Posted on: May 15, 2014 by in Roof Repair
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With spring and summer upon us in Steamboat Springs, it's time for you to fix or repair your leaky roof. The best thing to do is CALL A ROOFER, like Wilson Roofing Division, at (970) 871-0442. Steamboat Springs warmed up early this spring, and that let us get a jump on an older home in downtown Steamboat. [caption id="attachment_421" align="alignright" width="350"] It starts with tearing off the existing roof...[/caption]   We started by taking the roof off this old home built in the Continue Reading ...

Flat Roofing Systems in Steamboat Springs

Posted on: March 14, 2014 by in Commercial, Flat Roofs
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Wilson Roofing Division is proud to be the your exclusive authorized contractor of Duro-Last roofing products in Northwest Colorado. The custom-fabricated, single-ply Duro-Last commercial roofing system is ideal for any flat or low-sloped application in the extreme rocky mountain climate of Routt County and Steamboat Springs. Call Wilson Roofing Division now at (970) 871-0442 to find out if Duro-Last roofing membrane is right for your roof. But it's not just a commercial roofing system. Continue Reading ...

Wilson Roofing Division Published Again in Metal Roofing Magazine

Posted on: October 16, 2013 by in Metal Roofing
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Wilson Roofing Division is thrilled to have again been published in Metal Roofing Magazine, this time as a part of an article about unpainted, bare metal roofs. You can read the article online here. Bare metal roofing is really catching on throughout the country given it's unmatched longevity and durability. [caption id="attachment_272" align="alignright" width="400"] A cold rolled steel roof installed by Wilson Roofing Division looks great and will last a loonggg time....[/caption] Along Continue Reading ...

Safely Steaming Away Big Chunks of Ice From a Steamboat Roof

Posted on: October 11, 2013 by in Snow & Ice, Uncategorized
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We've all seen those Steamboat Springs roofs that end up with huge chunks of ice on them. And usually, that ice just stays there all winter long. But now, Wilson Roofing Division is able to use low pressure steam to safely remove these large blocks of ice from your Steamboat roof. Here is a short (less than 4 minutes) video showing just that with a big ice chunk on a Steamboat roof. Check out how easily it cuts through the ice and then the ice falls harmlessly to the ground. Call Wilson Continue Reading ...

Cleaning Your Steamboat Springs Gutters

Posted on: October 10, 2013 by in Gutters
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It's that awesome time of year again in Steamboat Springs where the trees are beautiful and full of color and everyone knows that winter is right around the corner. [caption id="attachment_260" align="alignright" width="400"] Make sure your gutters are clear of debris before the heavy snows hit...[/caption] But with all that colorful Steamboat Springs fall foliage comes those same pretty leaves falling to the ground and, worse, into your gutters. At Wilson Roofing Division we can clean out Continue Reading ...

Solving the Ice Dam Problem in Steamboat Springs

Posted on: October 3, 2013 by in Snow & Ice
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If you are like a lot of Yampa Valley residents, the early arrival of winter weather again has you thinking about your annual ice dam problem on your roof. But don't worry. There is still time to address this issue before the big snows so you don't have a another problem this winter. Many believe that the ice dams are the result of a problem with roofing or attic ventilation, but that's really not the case. The real cause of ice dams is warm air in the attic area combined with snow on the Continue Reading ...

Using Steam to Remove Ice Dams

Posted on: September 27, 2013 by in Snow & Ice
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Do you have an ice dam problem on your Steamboat area home or business? [caption id="attachment_244" align="alignright" width="320"] The Arctic Steamer makes ice dam removal a safer and easier process.[/caption] If you do, and we see them all over town all winter long, there is now a better, safer, more practical way to deal with this age old problem. Wilson Roofing Division is the first Steamboat Springs roofing company to provide a low pressure, steam solution to your ice dam Continue Reading ...

Tips On Hiring a Roofing Contractor After A Disaster

Posted on: September 16, 2013 by in Roof Repair
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Here at Wilson Roofing Division our prayers go out to friends and our families on the front range that are being affected by the catastrophic flooding. While we've certainly been wet here in Steamboat Springs, the images and stories from the front range break our hearts for our Colorado brothers and sisters. That said, the only thing we truly control is our reactions to the situations we find ourselves in. We know first hand that Colorado residents are resilient and will all bounce back better Continue Reading ...