How Heavy Rain Impacts Your Roof

Your roof is designed to be waterproof, to prevent water and melting snow from getting inside your residence or commercial building. Most rain showers will not have a significant impact on your roof, but heavy rain can penetrate the most well-built homes and businesses that have weak spots on the roof. This year in Colorado has given us a higher amount of rain than a typical year, so it’s very important to get a roof inspection to ensure your residential roof or commercial roof is healthy. These are some things to consider about how heavy rain impacts your roof.

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3 Roofing Scams to Avoid

After a Colorado hail storm, you are more likely to fall victim to roofing scams. The door to door roofing sales pitch from storm chaser roofing companies are almost guaranteed to happen to homeowners immediately after a big hail storm. Oftentimes these are out of state roofing fraudsters who prey upon unsuspecting homeowners, especially seniors. Here are three things to be aware of when it comes to roof scams.

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Peak to Peak Roofing is an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Roofing Contractor

Peak to Peak Roofing & Exteriors has recently gone platinum! Peak to Peak attained the prestigious status of Platinum Preferred Roofing Contractor with Owens Corning. Why is this significant? Owens Corning is a global Fortune 500 company that owns nearly half of the entire shingle market. Less than 1% of roofing contractors achieve Platinum Preferred status with Owens Corning, so it’s a great honor to be included in this category.

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Filing an Insurance Claim for Roof Hail Damage

When a hail storm travels through Colorado, you may discover that your home or business has roof hail damage. What is the next step? Most homeowners will contact their insurance agent to ask what their homeowners insurance policy covers for hail damage on roofs. As a homeowner or business owner, you may have questions about filing an insurance claim for roof hail damage. The timeline to file is shorter than you think.

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Year-Round Roofing in Denver

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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