Colorado Springs, CO Roofing Company


Locations in the Colorado Springs Area

Your Roof Installation is in Great Hands with L&N Construction!

We’re not storm chasers, or some big corporate conglomerate. We’re a small, local, family run business who takes pride in our Colorado heritage and serving the people of Colorado Springs. Most of our work is referrals off the jobs we’ve done in the past 12 years in the area.

Colorado Springs, CO Roof ReplacementWhether your roof is just old, or you have a storm damage insurance claim, it’s important to go with a company who understands the importance of replacing your entire roofing system the right way. We may not be the cheapest, but our customers think we’re the roofers in Colorado Springs.Colorado Springs, CO Roof RepairSometimes something happens to part of your roof when it’s otherwise in great shape. This is when a roof repair might be all you need. We can assess the damage and determine if the damage can just be repaired.Colorado Springs, CO New Roof InstallationWe handle the entire process of roof replacement, from coordination, material selection and purchase, and installation, all according to the latest safety and building code requirements from Pikes Peak Regional Building Department. You can have peace of mind that we will take care of your job from start to finish. Free Roof Inspection in Colorado Springs, COBefore you determine what is needed, have us out for a free roof inspection. We’ll let you know the condition of your roof, if you have any damages that might be covered by your insurance, and walk you through the entire process. We have done this for thousands of Colorado Springs roofs.Click Here
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Colorado Springs, CO Residential Roofer

Some Colorado Springs roofers do whatever work comes up – little residential roofing jobs, big commercial roofing jobs, etc. Here at L&N Construction, we focus on residential shingle roofing. By avoiding the distractions of those huge commercial roofs, we are able to focus on our customers. We’re not comparing your five figure roofing project with an 8 figure opportunity down the street. We can give our customers the time and attention they deserve. Your roofing problem is our challenge to solve, not a distraction to fill time. Your biggest investment is our priority.

Colorado Springs, CO Hail Damage Roof RepairHail causes damage that ranges from overall granule loss, bruises, cracks, holes in shingles, to extreme hail that can go through your roof deck. Even when it’s not obvious, we have experience to spot and document hail damage if it exists. And we can meet your adjuster to make sure they see it too. You may not have holes yet, but hail causes degredation that eventually can lead to leaks. Colorado Springs, CO Wind Damage Roof RepairThe high winds we sometimes get can rip shingles, flashings, and accessories off a roof. If you see a piece of flashing missing or pulled away, or find shingles in your yard after a storm, that’s a telltale sign of wind damage. Call us and we’ll see if it’s something minor or something bigger.Colorado Springs, CO Winter Damage RepairYou might not see the damage, but the cold, snow, and ice can take its toll on a roof. It’s not until recently that code requires a membrane to prevent ice dams above 7,000 feet. And ice at the edge of your roof stuck on the gutter can cause water to back up under the shingles too. If you suspect winter damage, or just want a health check of your roof, call us. We’ll be happy to come have a look for you.Free Roof Inspection in Colorado Springs, COWhatever the situation, a free roof inspection is how you start to assess the health of your roof. The call and visit is free. Hail and winter ice damage can be difficult even for a trained eye to spot, so call us up and we’ll have a look. Click Here
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Do you think you might have storm damage to your roof?

Roof damage can come from cracked seals and flashing, wind damaged shingles, hail damage, or something like a tree falling on your roof. Whatever the situation, L&N can assess the damage, mitigate with tarps or other methods to meet insurance requirements (insurance pays for this), and get you on the path to fixing the issue. From assessing damage and meeting your adjuster, to the final supplement and completion certificate, we can help you through every step of the way.

L&N Construction can handle your Colorado Springs roofing needs.

If it’s time for a new roof, or you think your roof has damaged, or a tree fell through your roof, there’s no need to worry. Just message, call us, or fill out the contact form. We’ve seen it before, and we can fix it. We climb on roofs for a living, and can check and restore your roof.

More about Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs, a home rule municipality, serves as the county seat of El Paso County in Colorado, USA. As the largest city within El Paso County, it recorded a population of 478,961 according to the 2020 United States Census, marking a significant growth of 15.02% since 2010. Ranking as the second-most populous and the most extensive city in Colorado, Colorado Springs also stands as the 40th-most populous city nationwide. It is the primary city in the Colorado Springs metropolitan area and holds a key position in the Front Range Urban Corridor. Situated in the east-central region of Colorado, it lies on Fountain Creek, approximately 70 miles (113 km) south of Denver. Additionally, Colorado Springs is notable for being home to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee headquarters, symbolizing its vital connection to the USA Olympics.

As of 2023, the population of Colorado Springs, Colorado, is estimated to be 491,530, showing a growth from the 2020 figure which was recorded at 480,213​​. This represents a growth rate of approximately 2.36% since 2020. The city has a diverse population, with a majority of 75.23% identifying as White, followed by 9.89% of two or more races, and 5.92% Black or African American. Other significant ethnicities include those identifying as Other race (4.79%), Asian (2.96%), Native American (0.96%), and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (0.25%)​​.

In terms of age distribution, the median age in Colorado Springs is around 35.6 years. The population is quite evenly split between males and females, with slightly more males (50.1%) than females (49.9%). The city is also home to a considerable number of veterans from various wars, contributing to its rich and diverse community fabric.

Colorado Springs’ housing market reflects this diversity, with a range of housing types and a median housing value of approximately $318,200 as of 2019. The city shows a healthy occupancy rate with a mix of owner-occupied and renter-occupied units.

The city’s growth and demographic shifts continue to shape its identity, with its connection to the USA Olympics and its role as a significant urban center in Colorado. 

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