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Outstanding Project Management Sets Us Apart Among General Contractors

As our name implies, we’re Endurance General Contracting is more than a roofing specialist. As a general home contractors and commercial general contractors, Endurance There are no statewide requirements for the licensing of general contractors. You have to obtain a Colorado general contracting license from your municipal authorities, such as in Denver and Boulder. Electricians and plumbers, on the other hand, have to get a state license from the Department of Regulatory Agencies

Unlike most other states in the U.S., Colorado does not require a general contractor license at the state level. However, most general contractor projects are regulated at the local level. Endurance Roofing maintains ample credentials for working in your area, and, when a license or permit in a particular county or city, property owners can rest assured that Endurance meets all requirements. Property owners can check their local jurisdiction’s rules for building contractors, starting with the county in which their property exists.

Benefits of a Roofing Contractor That’s a General Contractor, Too

A roofing contractor can also be a General Contractor, as is Endurance Roofing. A roofing contractor who also serves as a GC can be responsible for managing all aspects of the construction project, including coordinating the work of subcontractors, scheduling, quality control, and ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget. It is important to note that not all roofing contractors are qualified or experienced to act as a GC, and that makes Endurance Roofing special.

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How Does Endurance Work in a GC Capacity?

Endurance Roofing oversees the overall construction project and manages subcontractors, whereas a specialist contractor (e.g. plumber, electrician, etc.) focuses on a specific trade or aspect of the construction project. Naturally, Endurance fills the specialist role as a roofing contractor, too! So, Endurance would be coordinating the work of all subcontractors, while ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget. Again, Endurance would also act as a subcontractor for the roofing part of the overall project.

Comprehensive Project Oversight:

  1. Assessing the scope of the project and preparing a budget and timeline
  2. Obtaining necessary permits and inspections
  3. Hiring and managing subcontractors (e.g. plumbers, electricians, roofers, etc.)
  4. Coordinating and scheduling all aspects of the project
  5. Ensuring that all work is completed according to building codes and standards
  6. Overseeing quality control and ensuring that the work meets the client’s expectations
  7. Managing the procurement of materials and supplies
  8. Keeping the client informed of progress and addressing any concerns
  9. Handling any unexpected issues that may arise during the project
  10. Ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget

Class A, B, C Licenses–Denver, Longmont, Boulder, and Other Localities

 

There are Class A, B, and C types of general contractor licenses at the local level. Many municipalities, including Longmont and Boulder, classify general contractor licenses into three categories. Denver is the largest market for general contractors in Colorado, but the city also has the most restrictive licensing process.

 

Class A license: This is the broadest license type. It allows contractors to work on any building project, regardless of size. Contractors with a Class A license may not work on plumbing, electrical, mechanical, fire extinguishing or elevators unless they obtain trade-specific licenses in those areas.

 

Class B license: Contractors with this license can work on most residential and commercial building projects, except those designated as IA or IIA by the International Building Code. Class B contractors may not work on specific trades without holding additional licenses.

 

Class C license: Contractors with this license are limited to projects involving residential buildings for single-family dwellings or multi-family dwellings. The dwellings must not have more than three stories or four living units. Contractors may not work on specific trades without holding additional licenses.

 

A reputable General Contractor, like Endurance Roofing, Siding & Gutters typically holds the following licenses (where required in selective Colorado municipalities), certifications, bonding, and insurance credentials:

 

  1. License: A valid contractor’s license in the local Colorado county, city, or town in which the work will be performed.
  2. Bonding: A surety bond, which provides financial protection for the client in case the GC fails to complete the work or fulfill the terms of the contract.
  3. Insurance: These are the key types of insurance…
    Liability insurance: covers damage to property or injury to third parties during the construction process.
    Workers’ compensation insurance: covers medical expenses and lost wages for workers who are injured on the job.
    Builder’s risk insurance: covers damage to the building during construction.
  4. Certifications: Endurance Roofing, Siding & Gutters is certified with multiple manufacturers, plus, our online ratings are outstanding. We strive to satisfy every single property owner we serve and our reviews attest to our success in achieving that all-important objective.

Endurance Roofing: License# 00245549–Roof Covering/Waterproofing

Counties served by Endurance Roofing

  • Arapahoe County
  • Jefferson County
  • Adams County
  • Douglas County
  • County of Broomfield
  • Elbert County
  • Park County
  • Clear Creek County
  • Gilpin County

Check Your Contractor's Experience and References

Since general contractor licensing is regulated by local governments in Colorado, the process will vary by location. Most areas only require a contractor to be licensed if they are performing work that requires a building permit. This can be problematic for property owners concerned about whether the contractor they wish to hire is reliable and legitimate. In many areas of the country, where tornados, hurricanes, and brush fires are common, there will always be a few inscrutable service providers sweeping in after a severe event to take advantage of property owners desperate for assistance. That’s not a worry when you look to Endurance Roofing for help. We’re locally owned and operated, highly trained and experienced, endorsed by hundreds of past customers, and we maintain the local credentials needed to work on residential and commercial properties all over north-central Colorado and beyond.

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Licensed, Insured, Experienced and Trusted

As a highly-experienced and trusted general contracting company Endurance can oversee projects that require a range of building, electrical, and plumbing specialists. We ensure projects, large or small, are completed in a timely manner, using quality products, and providing warranties that allow you to rest assured that your property improvement will endure Colorado’s tough weather conditions all year around. Contact us today at (720) 236-5659 | info@enduranceroofing.net

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Call: (720) 236-5659
Email: info@enduranceroofing.net

Frequently Asked Questions About General Contracting By Endurance Roofing

General contractors offer a range of services including project management, subcontractor coordination, budgeting, scheduling, and quality control.

Yes, reputable general contractors typically offer detailed estimates outlining the costs associated with labor, materials, permits, and other project expenses.

General contractors oversee all aspects of construction, including scheduling, budgeting, coordinating subcontractors, procuring materials, and addressing any issues that arise.

Yes, general contractors are typically responsible for cleaning up the construction site and ensuring it meets safety and cleanliness standards before the project is completed.

Research online reviews, check references from past clients, verify licenses and insurance, and ensure they have a good standing with relevant industry organizations or associations.