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Delta was a great experience friendy great job I would used Delta again and recommend to any body Bruce was very helpful we appreciate Walter Feitosa. Walter F
Called and they had people on site the very same day. Jeremy W
Dependable service. Highly recommend. Jeannette H
Guys did a great job. I hope I don't need you again but will call if necessary. Alden L
You had an unusual task that our insurance company had never heard of: Cleanup after a fire extinguisher exploded in a bedroom leaving extinguisher residue 360 degrees in the room. You did an outstanding cleanup of everything. Thank You!. Srd S
We were totally satisfied by the work done in our home by Delta Disaster Services. Everyone in their organization proved to be professional in every respect. Richard D and Emily F Adams
Delta was a great experience friendy great job I would used Delta again and recommend to any body Bruce was very helpful we appreciate Walter Feitosa. Walter F
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Disaster Restoration Services in Ken Caryl, CO

Delta Restoration Services in Ken Caryl


For water, fire, mold, asbestos damage, Ken Caryl turns to Delta Disaster Services® of Denver. We are a full-service property restoration firm. Our staff and rapid response crews are on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, ready to be dispatched at a moments notice to Ken Caryl and anywhere within our two-hour guaranteed response service area.

We are highly trained and certified in mitigation, remediation, restoration and reconstruction. We are also intimately familiar with the insurance industry and will work closely with all insurance carriers to ensure that a reasonable and fair settlement is reached and that the process is as smooth and efficient as possible.

Facts about Ken Caryl

Ken Caryl's history begins with Major Robert B. Bradford's purchase of the property in 1859. He soon built the Bradford/Perley House, as well as a toll road ($1.50 per wagon) to aid travelers moving west from Denver in 1859. The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved fairly lucrative for Bradford. The construction of a competing road up Turkey Creek Canyon in 1867 (known as Highway 285 in the modern day) that replaced Bradford’s more difficult route ultimately doomed his enterprise. After his death in 1876, his widow eventually relinquished the property in 1881. Owners came and went for a period of almost 20 years.

In 1895, Ken Caryl was transformed into a stable working farm when James Adam Perley purchased the house. Finding success as a dairy farmer, he and his family lived there comfortably until they sold the property to John Shaffer in 1914. After renaming and giving the ranch its current name after his sons Kent and Carroll, Shaffer soon built the Manor House and diversified into beef ranching. Shaffer, who was also the owner of the Rocky Mountain News at this time, would also purchase the Bradford/Perley House in 1926 to add to his property. Although he ran a profitable ranch for several decades, he was crushed during the Great Depression and eventually forfeited the property to the banks.

The next owner, a businessman named William Allen, subsequently bought the ranch in 1937. Although an executive in the burgeoning steel industry, he also decided to keep and breed cattle on the ranch, which remained profitable until his estate sold it to the Johns-Manville Corporation in 1971. This corporation then shaped the valley into its modern-day form by building a large corporate campus (meant to be their headquarters) as well as a housing community (originally for employees). The headquarter building became the modern Lockheed Martin building when it was sold to Martin Marietta Astronautics Group in 1987, and the plans for the housing community quickly evolved into present-day Ken Caryl Valley’s neighborhoods, whose homes were mostly completed by 1997. The community also was sure to maintain an emphasis on the natural and untouched aspect of the valley, and around 6,000 acres throughout the valley and its neighborhoods have since been dedicated to open space as part of the Jefferson County Open Space.

The Manor House remains restored to original glory and has served food and housed weddings on and off for the past decade or so. It can still be easily accessed and seen in the valley today.

The Bradford/Perley house was ravaged by a fire in 1967, leaving only a frame standing, and was added to the Colorado Preservation Inc. “Most Endangered Sites in Colorado” list in 2002. Fortunately, multiple efforts resulted in it being preserved as ruin in 2006, and subsequently Colorado Preservation Inc. moved the Bradford/Perley House to the “saved” list. It remains a stone frame protected by chain link fencing to this day and can be found easily in the North part of the valley, right next to the Bradford Pool.

Ken Caryl Ranch/Valley also has prominent geologic features, with the oldest rocks, along the bottom of the hillside rising into the foothills west of the Manor House, dating to around 600 million years ago. Following this further west, one can see the biggest mountain in the immediate foothills west of the Manor House, Tincup Mountain (Beacon Hill can also be seen- the shoulder on the south side of Tincup). The hogback (the ridge/rift running along the east side of the valley, opposite of the Foothills, that helps form the valley) is an interesting geologic phenomenon as well, formed from sedimentary layers being pushed upwards around 70 million years ago.

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Weather in Ken Caryl

  • Commerce City, CO Weather :: 38F Mostly Cloudy 23 Feb 2020

    38F Mostly Cloudy

  • Overnight 22 Feb 2020

    A slight chance of rain and snow before 2am, then a chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 31. Light and variable wind becoming west northwest around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.

  • Sunday 22 Feb 2020

    Snow. High near 38. North wind 6 to 9 mph, with gusts as high as 16 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.

  • Sunday Night 22 Feb 2020

    Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly clear, with a low around 22. South southwest wind 3 to 7 mph.

  • Monday 22 Feb 2020

    A 30 percent chance of snow after 11am. Mostly sunny, with a high near 41. Breezy, with a west southwest wind 7 to 12 mph becoming northwest 16 to 21 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 29 mph. Little or no snow accumulation expected.

  • Monday Night 22 Feb 2020

    A 20 percent chance of snow before 11pm. Partly cloudy, with a low around 18. West northwest wind 6 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 17 mph.

  • Tuesday 22 Feb 2020

    A 30 percent chance of snow, mainly after 11am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 28. Blustery.

  • Tuesday Night 22 Feb 2020

    Partly cloudy, with a low around 8.

  • Wednesday 22 Feb 2020

    Sunny, with a high near 39.

  • Wednesday Night 22 Feb 2020

    Mostly clear, with a low around 22.

  • Thursday 22 Feb 2020

    Sunny, with a high near 47.

  • Thursday Night 22 Feb 2020

    Mostly clear, with a low around 24.

  • Friday 22 Feb 2020

    Sunny, with a high near 52.

  • Friday Night 22 Feb 2020

    Mostly clear, with a low around 26.

  • Saturday 22 Feb 2020

    Sunny, with a high near 58.

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