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Posted January 26, 2021

In Colorado, home inspectors are currently NOT regulated or required to obtain a home inspector license.  However, inspectors may choose to obtain a license.

Purchasing a home is one of the largest investments you will make.  Often it is your realtor who recommends the home inspector.  It is VITAL you have a qualified realtor on your side!  Keep in mind that inspectors are required to inspect your roof, HVAC systems all the way to smoke detectors. Quite a list! 

At ProCraft Roofing we offer FREE roof inspections for both home buyers and sellers.  If we find the roof is in good condition, we will also Certify the roof at no cost.  While this does not take the place of a home inspector’s report, it can give both parties “Peace of Mind” as you head to the closing table.

ProCraft Roofing looks forward to EARNING your business!

Below is the link to American Society of Home Inspectors.  They have excellent resources and FAQs regarding your home inspection.

What Goes Up, Must Come Down…

We just don’t want it to be you!!

Posted January 06, 2021

2021 is FINALLY here and with the turning of the calendar comes the final chore of the Holiday Season. Unless you are THAT house in your neighborhood it means taking down your Christmas lights.  Here at ProCraft Roofing we want to make sure our friends and neighbors do this safely.  Check out this great article for safety tips when taking down your decorations.

Happy New Year!  Let’s get 2021 off to a safe start!!

Pueblo Emergency Status Board

Posted November 10, 2020

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​COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

Case Data is being reported by the
Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment,
please click HERE for the most up-to-date data

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Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office will share critical information regarding an emergency occurring in our community on this page. This link will have real time information on the situation, protective actions the citizens should take to protect themselves, and contact information to help answer questions those impacted may have.

Pueblo Bulls Fan?

Posted September 16, 2020

If you are a hockey fan and want to keep up on the Pueblo Bulls, follow this link to keep up with the team!

Workforce Virtual Job Fair

Posted June 12, 2020

Join us at the Workforce Virtual Job Fair to learn more about us and check out available job opportunities and local businesses hiring! June 12-19 2020 Use URL:

Spring Tips for a Healthy Roof

Posted April 29, 2020

1. Clean your gutters.

Throughout the winter, debris tends to build up in your gutters and downspouts.

If leaves, twigs, or dirt are clogging up your gutters, they won’t be able to do their job properly when the next spring rainstorm rolls around.

**Proper ladder safety is critical to ensuring your safety.** 

Before climbing an extension ladder, make sure it’s leaning at a safe angle. A good way to ensure a proper ladder angle is to use the “4 to 1” rule.

For every four feet of height you climb, the ladder’s feet should be moved one foot away from the wall.

If you don’t want to do a lot of measuring, there’s a simpler way to assess your extension ladder’s angle.

Position your feet against the ladder’s feet and extend your arms forward. If you can comfortably reach the rung in front of you with your arms fully extended, the angle is correct.

If the rung is outside your reach, the angle is too wide (the feet are too far from the wall); if you can reach the rung without extending your arms, the angle is too steep (the feet are too close to the wall).

If you’re using your ladder to access your roof, consider using a bungee cord which can attach to the gutter, wrap once around the ladder and connect back to the gutter.

2. Inspect your shingles.

Check for any shingles that are missing, curling, or worn down.

If you aren’t comfortable getting up on your roof, you can do a partial visual inspection from the ground.

If you are comfortable checking your roof, make sure to use a sturdy ladder and follow the safety tips above.

Look for any shingles with cracks, curled edges, or loose nails.

If you notice large areas of damaged shingles, it may be time for a roof repair or replacement this spring.

3. Document any damage.

If you notice missing or broken shingles, damaged soffit or fascia, mold growth, or any other roof problems, document them with photos.

Your home insurance will probably cover some roof damage, especially after a storm. But first, you need to provide evidence of the extent of the damage.

4. Schedule a professional inspection.

If you notice anything amiss on top of your roof, give yourself peace of mind by scheduling a professional roof inspection.

Our licensed and experienced roofers will be able to help you determine the extent of your roof damage and the next steps to take.

Your roof protects your entire home, so it is worth the investment to make sure it can keep moisture out of your home properly.

We hope these spring roof maintenance tips help you prepare for the new season!

Again, assessing your roof and inspecting it for damage or moisture will help keep it in top condition for years to come.

Looking for help with your roof maintenance or inspection? Get in touch with the experts at ProCraft Roofing today!