Indian Hills Colorado Residential Roofing Company

We are excited to be experiencing fast and steady growth over the last few years providing service in Arvada, Aurora, Berkley, Bow Mar, Centennial, Denver International Airport, Evergreen, Federal Heights, Genesee, Golden, Greenwood Villiage, Henderson, Indian Hills, Lakewood, Littleton, Morrison, Northglenn, Superior, Thornton, Westminster

A-Denver Roofing is a locally-owned Indian Hills Colorado company serving the needs of homeowners and commercial building owners. Replacing roofing, siding and gutters, we remove the burden from our valued customers by managing the entire process. We pride ourselves on taking great care of our Indian Hills Colorado customers and providing the utmost respect to their homes from inspection to replacement.

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At A-Denver Roofing, we only employ the most talented and motivated Indian Hills Colorado individuals to join our staff. Our employees ensure that your home improvement project is easy and stress free.

We are an established, highly reputable Indian Hills Colorado family-owned company that has served Denver Colorado and surrounding areas since 1977. We are experienced Indian Hills Colorado Contractors and are proud of our reputation for honesty, fairness, and hard work. Call us anytime at 1(303) 455-3185 or click here for a free estimate on residential roofing, commercial roofing, tile roofing, metal roofing, or shingle roofing. It is our pleasure to be serving Indian Hills Colorado area homes and putting our customers first.

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Berkshire Eagle

Honoring original CSA's legacy at Indian Line Farm
Berkshire Eagle
This life at Indian Line Farm — admittedly (and not even exaggeratedly) idyllic — was not necessarily the one Keen always envisioned. She arrived in the Berkshires 20 years ago after working for the nonprofit Witness for Peace in Guatemala. She ...

Posted: October 15, 2017, 9:13 pm

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Fifty-year legal fight ends with five North County tribes getting their water back
The San Diego Union-Tribune
In the 1920s, Lake Henshaw near Warner Springs was built and a diversion dam took even more of the river water to the cities via Lake Wohlford in the hills just east of Escondido. The result was that during dry years the river ... The settlement ...

Posted: October 14, 2017, 1:01 pm

Lannie Garrett brings two revues to venue in downtown Littleton
Golden Transcript
... Church, 4500 E. Hampden Ave., Cherry Hills Village. Admission is free. The concert is sponsored by the Finlandia Foundation of Colorado and Finlandia Foundation National as part of a year-long celebration of Finland's independence from Russia in 1917.

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Posted: October 11, 2017, 5:08 pm

Chaffee County Times

14erFest celebrates Buena Vista outdoors
Chaffee County Times
Hikers will have the opportunity to travel to high alpine lakes near the Continental Divide or wake up early to see the sunrise from 9,555 feet above sea level on the summit of Midland Hills' Sleeping Indian. For those who enjoy taking trails by foot ...

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Posted: September 28, 2017, 12:27 pm

Indian Hills is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson County, Colorado. The population was 1,280 at the 2010 census. The Indian Hills Post Office has the ZIP Code 80454.

Indian Hills is located at 39°37′53″N 105°15′39″W (39.631254, -105.260712). The community extends along the Parmalee Gulch and Myers Gulch Roads between State Highway 74 at Kittredge, Colorado, and U.S. Highway 285 at Turkey Creek.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 4.7 square miles (12 km2), all of it land.

John D. Parmalee (1813–1885) came to Colorado in 1860 and settled in Mount Vernon. In 1866, he was granted a charter for a toll road between Morrison and Bradford Junction (Conifer); the Denver and Turkey Creek Toll Road opened in 1870. Parmalee also operated sawmills and shingle mills in the area. He was later commissioned to build a road from Turkey Creek to Bergen Park, along what is known as Parmalee Gulch.

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