Meet Steve Louden of Severy Creek Roofing
Meet Steve Louden, the owner of Severy Creek Roofing and the 'behind the scenes' secret to operating one of the most successful roofing companies in the U.S.
Colorado (PRUnderground) December 27th, 2020
When it comes to roofing services providers in the Denver metro area, home and business owners have plenty to choose from.
A quick Google search reveals more than three dozen roofing companies that offer full-scope roof replacement, restoration, and repair services throughout the Front Range of Colorado.
This presents a challenge for anyone who might be looking for a reliable, professional roofer after a damaging weather event like a hail storm or blizzard. Who do you choose? Who can you trust? And, perhaps most importantly, who’s going to do the best job at a reasonable cost?
We recently had the chance to sit down with Steve to discuss what makes Severy Creek Roofing the best choice to make among the numerous other roofing companies in Colorado.
Here’s what he had to say.
Q: Steve, thanks for making time today to tell us more about Severy Creek Roofing. Let’s begin with a little history. When was the company started?
A: Well, Severy Creek Roofing was founded in 2008. It is named after a little-known creek just north of Pikes Peak, due West of Cascade, Colorado. I’m a big outdoorsman, and I’ve always had a special place in my heart for that part of our state.
Since we started doing business in 2008, we’ve been fortunate enough to work on dozens of high-profile roofing projects throughout Colorado and the western states. These days, we typically conduct most of our work along the Cheyenne-Denver-Colorado Springs corridor.
Q: Many home and business owners may not know what to look for in a quality roofing company. Tell us a bit about why someone would want to work with Steve Louden and the team at Severy Creek Roofing.
A: I’d say our track record of successful roof repair and replacement projects is the most convincing part of our business. In fact, there’s not a roof style we haven’t worked on, and that ranges from small, single-family homes all the way through to massive commercial jobs.
Another important feature of Severy Creek Roofing is the fact that we don’t just do roof repairs. We also replace siding, install windows, repair gutters and downspouts, and paint. I like to tell our customers that if it has to do with any exterior surface on your home or business, it’s in our wheelhouse, and we have the know-how needed to do the job right the first time.
In fact, we guarantee it!
Q: That’s great to hear. Some might say that other Colorado roofing companies also perform total exterior work, too. So what else sets Severy Creek Roofing apart from the competition?
A: That’s a great question. We are fully licensed and insured, and all of our documentation is available for anyone to view before agreeing to work with us. We’re also locally owned and operated, which isn’t something that can be said for a lot of other Colorado roofers.
Additionally, we’re an A+-rated business with the Better Business Bureau, and believe me when I say that we are insurance company experts. Because insurance companies are so often a part of the conversation when it comes to roof repair, we’ve made it our mission to know exactly how to interact with them and represent the best interest of the property owner, not the insurance adjuster.
Lastly, Severy Creek Roofing offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all material and workmanship. This gives our customers peace of mind knowing that we’ll be here to back up our work today, tomorrow, next year, and beyond.
Q: Very impressive, Steve. Can you tell me about a roofing project you’re especially proud of?
A: Oh, sure. The first one that comes to mind is 12 East Boulder Street in Colorado Springs. Back in May of 2014, this historic home incurred serious roof damage from a major hailstorm.
What made this project special was the unique roof design on this home. It had an unusually steep pitch, and the roof exterior was composed of clay tiles that were no longer commercially available.
Because of the complexity of this roofing project, five roofing companies had declined to do the repair work before we accepted it. I knew I’d be able to help, and I saw this as an opportunity to enhance a home that had been standing for nearly 100 years.
We had to locate a clay tile manufacturer that could build tiles that had the same dimensions, warp pattern, and color variation the original tiles had. We located one in Ohio, contracted with them to supply us with multiple, 5,000-pound pallets of custom-made clay tile, and we painstakingly installed each tile one-by-one.
It was a grueling project, but it turned out great, and our team is incredibly proud of it.
Q: What a great story, Steve. Finally, tell us how people can get in touch with you to inquire about the roofing service you provide.
Thank you for your time!