No. See below from Colorado Bill
CRS 6-22-105 (2012). Waiver of insurance deductible prohibited.
A Roofing Contractor that performs roofing work, the payment for which will be made from the proceeds of a Property and Casualty Insurance Policy, shall not advertise or promise to pay, waive or rebate all or part of any insurance deductible applicable to the claim for payment for roofing and repair work on the covered residential property.
If a Roofing Contractor violates subsection (1) of this section:
The insurer to whom the property owner submitted the claim for payment for the roofing work is not obligated to consider the estimate of costs for the roofing work prepared by the roofing contractor; and b. The property owner whose residential property is insured under the Property and Casualty Insurance Policy or the insurer that issued the policy may bring an action against the roofing contractor in a court of competent jurisdiction to recover damages sustained by the property owner or insurer as consequence of the violation.
Penalties for violation:
Paying, waiving, or rebating a property owner’s insurance deductible is a Class 2 Misdemeanor.