B&M Roofing Wins Colorado Roofing Association’s 2017 1st Place Division 1 (Residential Roofing Project) Award
B&M Roofing took home the Colorado Roofing Association’s 2017 1st Place Division 1 (Residential Roofing Project) Award for its roofing restoration project on a condominium site in Denver, Colorado, The Perrenoud. B&M Roofing removed the existing shingle roofing down to the wood deck, repaired the deck and installed a new underlayment and shingles. The materials used were 30# Felt, Moistureguard Ice and watershield by TAMKO, Leakbarrier Valley Flashing (metal flashings and accessories) and Owens Corning Trudefinition Duration Storm – Brownwood.
Given the age and historic characteristics of the building, there were several unique items that needed protection. The Perrenoud is home to a priceless stained glass mural worth over $20,000, one of Denver’s oldest operational cable elevators and very old historic relics including an old safe, wine cellar, elaborate railings, carpet tile and dumbwaiter system. These antiques are all very susceptible to interference and damage by any water intrusion that may occur.
The only access to the building was through a very narrow courtyard, with custom stained glass windows that needed protection from falling debris. “We had to work around HVAC work, remove security gates and fences while hoisting dumpsters with less than one foot of clearance to thread through for loading and downloading materials and waste,” said Brad Taylor, Vice President at B&M Roofing and a Colorado native. “All the challenges were worth it to provide a beautiful historic building with a much needed new roof system.”