Wind and Hail Damage Roof Repair
In Colorado Springs, it is not a matter of “if” the hail will show up, but “when” the hail will show up. Year after year, we see pictures of hail damage on the internet and social media. Colorado is part of what is known as “Hail Alley.” There is no other place in the United States that gets hail storms as severe as what we get in parts of the Front Range. Colorado is also known for high, damaging winds.
Don’t wait for your roof to begin leaking before having your roof checked. Many of us do not get up on our roof often to take a look for damage. Although the damage to your roof may seem small at first, it can cause major problems in the future. Colorado home owners need to have their roof inspected at least once a year, and especially after a storm.
There are some signs for hail damage to your roof that you can look for as well.
Asphalt Shingles: It is possible for shingles to have broken or cracked tabs. However, the most common hail damage appears from crushed or dented areas where granules are forced into the shingle mat material or displaced entirely. Granules protect the shingle from UV degradation, so hail dents can shorten the life of your shingles.
Tile Roofs: Hail impact can crack tiles on the roof, and cause them to break loose from their fasteners and slide off of the roof.
When you need a roofer, you need a local, experienced roofing company (founded in 2000) that can provide:
- A full-roof inspection
- Expert personnel
- Attention to detail
- High-quality craftsmanship
Peak View Roofing gives you that and much more!
Make sure your roof is safe, call 719-593-0580 today for your FREE no obligation roof inspection!