Autumn in Colorado is a mixed bag of weather. It can be snowing or very warm and dry. The abundance of sunshine is balanced with the potential for strong storms which makes it difficult to plan anything outdoors. However, Denver roofing contractors are doing roof installations and hail damage roof inspections in the winter because Colorado has so many sunny days. You may think a hail damage roof replacement is difficult during unpredictable weather seasons, but with so much sunshine, roofing in Denver is not a problem in winter.
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Roofing in Denver is a serious business because of the high number of wind and hail storms that occur in the Front Range every year. Hail damage roof inspections are a daily part of the job for Denver roofing contractors. When Denver roofers inspect hail damage on roofs, they are looking for damage to the shingles. When it comes to wood shingles and shake roofs, the roof inspector counts the number of hail hits per shingle and they look for splits in the wood shingle.
After a Colorado hail storm, your roof is vulnerable to hail damage. Without a proper hail damage roof inspection, you may not know your roof shingles have cracks or tears, and down the road, what seems like minor hail damage can cause a leaky roof or wet attic. Hail damage on roofs is hard to see with an untrained eye. The best way to prevent future leaks is to identify the roof hail damage right away, and that means getting a hail damage roof inspection from a professional Denver roofing contractor.
Colorado weather can be unpredictable, and when strong storms sweep through the Front Range, you can expect hail to be part of the storm. Hail damage on roofs can happen from any hail storm, even the brief storms that quickly pass through. Calling a Denver roofing contractor is the first step to get a hail damage roof inspection on your home or business.
The Colorado Springs hail storm on June 13, 2018 was the worst hail storm since 1995. Tennis ball sized hail did a lot of damage to communities south of Colorado Springs. According to the National Weather Service, the Colorado Springs…
After a hail storm, if your roof is not leaking, you may assume you have no roof hail damage. Did you know that most hail damage does not cause roof leaking right away? Many homeowners think that if there are no roof leaks, then there is no roof hail damage. The truth is that it may take a long time for roof leaks to show up after a hail storm.
Roof hail damage can happen after any hail storm, no matter what size of hail falls from the sky. Even pea-sized hail can cause hail damage on roofs. The most common roof hail damage from pea-sized hail is dents and dings, which can affect the value of the home and the integrity of the roof. If the hailstorm throws down golf ball size or tennis ball size hail, the force of impact can shatter skylights, rip off gutters, shred the exterior paint and break through shingles.
Hailstorms may be short-lived but they can cause major hail damage on roofs. In the US, about 3,000 hail storms occur every year, and those hailstorms cause about $1 billion in damages each year. What is the best way to prepare before roof hail damage? Here are some tips that will save you money and help you feel confident before the arrival of hail season.
Metal roofs are moving beyond commercial roofing and becoming more popular for residential roofing. Residential roofing customers are installing metal roofing on their homes because of the advantages of metal roofing systems lasting longer than traditional asphalt shingles.
When a roofing company is HAAG certified, you can be confident that the highest quality expert is evaluating your commercial roof and residential roof for roof hail damage. What is HAAG certification? It is a protocol to assess roof hail…