Stories, tips, helpful information, and roofing case studies for homeowners.

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Roof Warranties - What you need to know

Inspecting your cedar shake roof

Save money on your homes energy bill

The right roofing material can have a dramatic effect on your heating and cooling costs.


Wood roofs are a major fire risk for homeowners and communities throughout the United States.

Is your roofing product Compliant with current building codes?

All building products should have proper certification by a recognized agency such as the International Code Council (ICC).

Attention residents in high fire danger areas

Whether you're building a new home in California or re-roofing your current home in a high fire danger area, it is very important to know about the Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) Code.

6 reasons why Synthetic shake shingles are your best solution

Finding the perfect roofing material for your home is never easy. Synthetic roofing materials are specifically engineered and designed to replicate the exact look of popular roofing materials like natural wood or slate, but are instead made from superior and longer-lasting synthetic materials.

How to Get the most out of your insurance claim following a storm

5 tips to help ease the insurance claims process and help you work more efficient and effectively with your insurance company.

5 steps to take after a storm

Follow these 5 steps after a storm to make sure the re roofing process goes smoothly.

A Homeowners Perspective

“The final result is one of the best roofs we’ve ever seen.”

California Homeowner replaces old wood shakes

It all started when the homeowners wanted to replace their aged wood shake roof with a new roofing material, Pacific Roofing Systems had the perfect solution.

Roof installed in 1998 is still Incredibly beautiful

John is a homeowner living in Lakewood, Colorado. His CeDUR roof was installed back in 1998, see what he thinks about the look and performance of his CeDUR roof over the last 20+ years!

What are the benefits of Polyurethane roofing?

CeDUR is composed of polyurethane. Polyurethane is very light weight, adds insulation value to a home, and allows CeDUR to incorporate a proprietary fire retardant that is manufactured directly into the final product.

This country cottage style home improves its curb appeal

Todd and Jacqui Michael are homeowners in the Denver area with a beautiful country cottage style home. They were not impressed with any roofing materials, until they came across CeDUR.

4 tips you should know before choosing your new roof

You may currently have an asphalt roof, composite roof, clay tile roof, slate roof, composite shingles, metal roof, cedar wood shake shingle roof, or synthetic roof. The one constant with these materials is that over time the roofing material begins to degrade.

Legacy homeowners re-roof beautiful 19th century home

The Heldenbrand home in Golden, Colorado has been in the family for 2 generations. Built in the 19th century this beautiful Colorado style home has had a wood shake roof since it was first built.

Vintage home in Las Vegas restored

Prestige Roofing has served the Las Vegas and Southern Utah community since 1995 It was Prestige Roofing who selected CeDUR for this project, knowing that it would be durable enough to withstand the extreme UV light in Las Vegas but also increase the homes curb appeal while maintaining the original look of the home.

Wood shake roofing banned? We have a solution.

Municipalities have banned cedar wood roofing due to fire danger. However there is a solution ensuring greater durability and extreme fire resistance.


The term “cool roof” refers to a roofing product with high solar reflectance and thermal emittance properties. There are many direct homeowner benefits to having a Cool Roof Rated material on your home.