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An In-Depth Look at Our Roofing Process

An In-Depth Look at Our Roofing Process

Free Inspection

One of our representatives will complete a free inspection of your home and roof to assess any damage that may be present, answer questions about our company and the process, and help you start your claim if the damage is covered under your homeowner’s insurance.


If an insurance claim is filed, your RME representative will meet the insurance adjuster to assess the project and make sure everything in need of repair is covered by insurance.

Job Preparation Meeting

Your RME representative will meet you shortly before materials are ordered for your project to go over colors, different services being provided and the overall scope to make sure everyone is on the same page and we are ready to start your project. If the job is an insurance project we will also walk you through your insurance paperwork at that time to make sure everything is covered and to answer any questions regarding the insurance paperwork. Should there be any additional expenses that may arise during the project we will also explain the insurance supplementing process and what to expect before, during and after the project is completed.

Material is Ordered

All material for the project is ordered by our Denver roofing contractors.

Project is Scheduled

Once materials are ordered your RME representative will contact you to schedule a start date. RME will also pull all necessary permits and licenses required to start the project.

Project is Completed

The material for your project will be delivered and the project will be started. During the project, your RME representative will be on site daily to ensure each trade is completed correctly and to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

Final Inspections Completed and Project Completed

A final inspection will be completed with your RME representative to ensure the project has been completed to your satisfaction. Depending on the circumstances of your insurance claim and project, a city inspection and/or an inspection by your mortgage or insurance company may be required as well. Once the project has been finished final billing will be completed along with supplemental billing if necessary.