Why Choose Impact-Resistant Shingles?

Why Choose Impact-Resistant Shingles?

Colorado is known as “hail alley.” Not only does Colorado get more severe hail storms than other parts of the United States, hail falls faster and hits harder. One study found Colorado hail to be 8 percent more damaging than when hail hits at sea level. A 2-inch...
What Is The Most Energy-Efficient Roofing Option?

What Is The Most Energy-Efficient Roofing Option?

When you think about how the sun beats straight down on the roof of your home or your commercial building, it’s pretty easy to understand why a roof would get extremely hot during the warmer months of the year. Roofing manufacturers recognized this fact some...
How to Spot Common Gutter Problems

How to Spot Common Gutter Problems

Unless you’re a roofing professional, your gutters are probably one of the most overlooked and underappreciated features on your home. Even the most fastidious homeowner will shy away from cleaning them out or putting their maintenance at the top of the “to-do” list....
Hiring a Public Adjuster When Replacing a Roof

Hiring a Public Adjuster When Replacing a Roof

Storms can cause a great deal of damage to a roof, especially storms which include very strong winds and heavy rains. Even roofing systems which have not been in place very long can be blown around and buffeted by hurricanes, tornadoes, and ‘ordinary’...
What To Do When A Hail Storm Hits

What To Do When A Hail Storm Hits

This summer, Colorado faces another severe storm season, and with it comes the increased likelihood of hail storms. Pop-up thunderstorms may not last for long–and thankfully, there’s usually little to no damage. But sometimes, strong storms can leave homeowners...