We Are Quality

Here at Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration we strive to exceed our customer’s expectations by providing them with the highest quality service with the best craftsmanship available.

Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration continues to hold an excellent reputation based on providing quality products and unsurpassed service. Our Fort Collins roofing contractors successfully continue to meet our client’s most complex roofing and home challenges with efficiency.

No matter if you need a brand new roof installed or an old roof repaired, Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration can handle any task when you need it. We will locate the problem areas on your roof and stop any leaks before further damage occurs.

Here at Severe Weather Roofing & Restoration we strive to exceed our customer’s expectations by providing them with the highest quality service with the best craftsmanship available. We provide Colorado and surrounding areas with roofing solutions are customized to each of our client’s roofing and home concerns. You can depend on us to provide you with the service you expect at a price that you can afford.

John Anderson
Owner, Certified Insurance Adjuster

Local & Nearby, Always

Certified Adjusters On Staff

Free & Friendly Estimates

Only the best... Everything

Immediate Response

72hr Build Turnaround

Experience and Skills

Dedicated to roofing innovation, the professionals at Severe Weather Roofing and Restoration have the experience and industry knowledge to complete superior quality roof installations and replacements.

Providing services for residential and commercial clients, we promise first class service to each and every customer, from start to finish.

In the roofing industry one of the worst kinds of crooks we have come across is what we call the Fly By Night Roofers. This term is given to the people or companies who go into an area because of natural disaster; typically a hailstorm in our industry, and stay for only a short while. That may be only a few months to a year before leaving for the next storm.

Though some of these people may have good intentions, the problem we have run into is that they are not available if any problems arise in the future. We also see that many of these people give warranties that are far longer then what is typical for the industry.

This tactic is usually used to hook the customer into signing with their company, even though they are aware that they will not be in the area to cover those warranties.

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