Steep Slope Roof Systems

With a history of over sixty years of installation, maintenance, replacement, and service of steep slope roof systems, the Alpine Team has experience with virtually every type of quality steep slope roof system available and its integration with other roof systems and the building envelope. Steep slope roof systems are systems that are designed for roof slopes 2/12 pitch and greater. Because sloped roofing systems are typically visible from the ground, aesthetic appeal is an important consideration in choosing the right system for your property. Weight, life span, hail resistance, and cost are a few of the additional considerations that go into finding the right steep slope roof system for your building. From conventional asphalt shingles to synthetics to masonry products steep the Alpine Team can help you evaluate the systems that meet your objectives and compliments the aesthetic appeal of your property.

Meet our Expert

John Ambrose has experience with all types of steep slope roofing products. John has estimated and managed projects including multi-family, housing authority projects, metal roofs, tile, etc. John is a wealth of knowledge and can assist with finding the solution for your property.

John Ambrose

Steep Slope Division Manager

Proudly Offering the Best in Industry Product Lines Including:

Proudly Offering the Best in Industry Product Lines Including:

Atlas

Certainteed

GAF

IKO

Malarkey

Owens Corning

Boral

Decra

DaVinci

F-Wave

Cedur

And many more

Maintenance after your roof replacement

Recently had your roof replaced? Now is a great time to set up a scheduled maintenance plan which includes the basic roof maintenance that is necessary to maintain your manufacturer’s warranty. Maintaining a roof is not difficult or costly but pays dividends when it comes to keeping your manufacturer’s warranty intact and enhancing the lifespan of your roof.
The maintenance of drains, scuppers, gutters, and downspouts is a very important step in maintaining a flat roof because gravel, leaves and debris can collect and prevent water from draining off the roof. This causes a pressure head of water which will force the water into the smallest hole or crack. In Colorado’s climate, ponding water can freeze breaking up the roof’s surface as it expands while it freezes creating cracks that melted water will penetrate and eventually degrade the roof.
Alpine Roofing’s scheduled maintenance programs are customized to meet the needs of our clients and their roofs.
Call us today to get a quote on a scheduled maintenance program for your property.

Alpine Roofing Ltd. provides a Roof Maintenance Program to keep your roof in a warrantable condition