Get Professional Assistance Choosing the Right Roofing Material for Your Home in the Colorado Springs, CO Area

Whether you are installing a roof on a newly constructed home or replacing an old roof, you have a variety of options when choosing the roofing material. At J.R.B. Enterprises, we offer our customers a wide selection of materials in various colors and styles. Before you schedule your installation, we would be happy to help you explore your options. With over 40 years of experience working on all types of roofs, our professional team has the expertise and capabilities to give you a personalized solution.

If you are like most homeowners, you probably don’t think much about roofing until it’s time to replace yours. Stylish, durable, affordable, low-maintenance; what’s important to you? We can help you find an option that has the perfect combination for your needs. 

Planning a roof installation or replacement in the Colorado Springs area? Get in touch with J.R.B. Enterprises, Inc. for outstanding service and attention to detail. Call (719) 358-6484 to speak with a professional or fill out our contact form to request a quote.

What Types of Roofing Do We Install?

Everyone likes having options. When you work with J.R.B. Enterprises, Inc, you get to choose exactly what you want and feel confident knowing that your roof will be constructed with high-quality materials. We only source materials from industry-leading brands to ensure the roofs we build are able to stand the test of time. 


Roofing shingles are typically made of asphalt or a composite material. Shingle roofing is the most common type of roofing material in the United States because it is typically the most affordable option and it looks great on houses of different styles. Shingles come in a variety of colors and styles; some are made to mimic other roofing materials such as tile and wood shake. They are easy to install (which reduces your labor cost) and they require very little maintenance. Where shingles may fall short is in their durability. In most conditions, a shingle roof will typically last around 20 years before needing to be replaced. Some stronger types of shingles can survive 25-30 years. If you want a high-quality roof at an affordable price, asphalt/composite shingles may be the right choice for you. 


Metal roofs can be made with tin, aluminum, galvanized steel, or copper. They are an attractive option due to their longevity; a metal roof can last 40-70 years depending on the specific material. They also hold up well against extreme weather including high winds, rain, and hail. Metal roofs are often made with some amount of recycled content, and they are completely recyclable at the end of their lifespans. While metal roofing is more expensive than shingle roofing, it may be more energy-efficient because it is better at reflecting heat, which can significantly reduce your energy costs. Metal roofing comes in many styles and colors, giving homeowners plenty of options to compliment their properties.

Concrete Tile

Concrete tile is one of the most durable roofing materials available. These roofs are designed to last for the lifetime of the home, and can survive 50-100 years or more. They are highly resistant to fire, water, wind, and impact damage from hail and storm debris. The tiles are manufactured in a wide array of colors and architectural styles. They are also very energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly. Because the tiles are installed individually, cement tile roofs are easy to repair and maintain. If you want a beautiful roof that is engineered for long-term performance, ask about our concrete tile options.

Stone-Coated Steel

Stone-coated steel roofing is growing in popularity. It’s durable, low-maintenance, and versatile. This roofing material can be made to mimic the look of any traditional material, including shingle, tile, and slate. We use DECRA stone coated steel roofing products because they are a reputable brand that offers a wide variety of options. DECRA materials are exceptionally light-weight and surprisingly strong, capable of withstanding extreme weather conditions and forceful impacts. 

How to Choose the Right Roofing Type for Your Needs

A new roof is a big investment, and you should put some thought into what kind of roofing material you want for your home. Your new roof could instantly change the look of your home and boost its curb appeal. It could also affect your home’s energy-efficiency and 

  • Cost: J.R.B. Enterprises, Inc. offers competitive prices for all the materials we install. If cost is your top priority, shingle roofing is an affordable option that doesn’t compromise on quality. Metal roofing options offer a medium price point, while concrete tile and stone coated steel options tend to cost the most. 
  • Durability: Weather resistance and longevity are important if you want to avoid repair and replacement costs for as long as possible. The material that lasts the longest and is most resilient against harsh weather is concrete tile. If you choose this option, you can count on it to last a lifetime and protect your home effectively.
  • Style: Many of the material options we install come in various styles that mimic traditional looks from all over the world. Whether you’re going for something simple and clean or sophisticated and elegant, we can help you find something that matches your style and looks great on your house.
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Need help deciding what roofing material is right for your home? You can speak with a qualified professional at J.R.B. Enterprises, Inc. and get a free cost estimate today.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to J.R.B. Enterprises with questions about the roofing materials we install. Our knowledgeable specialists are here to help you find the solution you’re looking for. Call (719) 358-6484 or fill out our contact form below to request your quote. 


Our services are available to customers located in:


  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Manitou Springs, CO 
  • Monument, CO 
  • Fountain, CO 
  • Woodland Park, CO 
  • Divide, CO
  • + Surrounding Areas
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