Rhino Roofing understands the importance of your home to you and your family. When working with you we will actually “Hear you” out regarding your concerns and ideas for your new investment. Rhino Roofing knows that not everybody has been through the roofing process before, and we will always do our best to give you the proper expectations for your particular project. After we learn about your priorities and concerns, we will walk you through the process of product selection if you are undecided. We do not have a bias on products and recommend all of the major manufacturers to include, DaVinci Roofscapes, IKO, Tamko, Owens Corning, GAF, CertainTeed, Malarkey, Monier/Life Tile and others. We will let you in on any of the current promotions from these companies, and warranty differences. Rhino will ultimately tell you to choose based on color, provided you are comparing like product types.
Rhino Roofing will always give you the option to upgrade, and we will always explain your particular roofing system to you so that your decisions are based on knowledge. Although the building code has certain requirements, you should understand that they are minimum building practices. Often times your roof may benefit from a particular upgrade often not costing much more. It could mean the difference between a good roof and a long term problem free roof.
Rhino Roofing does work with all the insurance companies that may protect your castle. It is very important for us to review the insurance damage quote for accuracy. We don’t like to play guessing games with the insurance company regarding area measurements, price, etc, and ultimately you will benefit from this. We are also aware that some people may be interested in profiting from their insurance claim. Due to the fact that this practice is illegal in Colorado we do not pay deductibles or rebate on residential claims. You will also never be required to pay any money beyond your deductible. Please know with all due respect, If you are basing your decision for a roofing contractor on price point alone, we are unlikely to be the “cheapest”.
“The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”- Benjamin Franklin