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Storm damage and old age – the typical life expectancy of materials ranges between 20 and 50 years – are not the only factors that will affect your roof’s longevity. Curling or missing shingles, a sagging roof, and roof leaks are three warning signs that it’s time to hire a roofing contractor to construct a new roof.Continue reading “Signs That You Need a New Roof”
Colorado’s monsoon season begins in July and continues through September. The season is characterized by afternoon thunderstorms that, as part of the North American Monsoon, are rather persistent. Heavy rainfall, lightning, and flash flooding are commonly associated with the NAM. Often severe and unpredictable, these storms can damage shingles, regardless of the roof’s age. LeaksContinue reading “Monsoon Season Roof Repair”
A roof replacement professionally installed by a roofing contractor offers a return on investment ranging between 61.2 and 65.9 percent, depending on materials used, according to this year’s Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling magazine. It can help you reduce your heating and cooling costs, too, making it a worthwhile investment. A new roof should be consideredContinue reading “Ask a Roofing Contractor: What Shingles are Energy-Efficient?”
Roofing provides an essential function by protecting residences and buildings from inclement weather. Ideally, it would be best to have a local roofing company routinely inspect and maintain the roof, thereby ensuring it is in optimal condition before Denver sees any more snow. Denver was blanketed by snow this past weekend, and, while it is gradually melting,Continue reading “Get Your Roof Ready for Denver’s Snowfall”
This year, the first day of fall begins on Wednesday, September 22. Its arrival brings cooler weather, gorgeous foliage, and seasonal favorites. The first snowfall in Denver usually begins annually on October 18. Plus, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, Colorado is in store for “above-normal snowfall.” That does not give residents much time to maintainContinue reading “Fall Maintenance for Your Roof”
Nothing says fall better than cooler weather, falling leaves, and pumpkin everything. Topping the list of Denver residents’ favorite fall activities is creating a warm, welcoming vibe by carefully placing doormats, potted mums, and other outdoor accessories along the walkways leading to their home and on the porch. The new season also brings a renewedContinue reading “Roofing Services to Improve Curb Appeal”
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