If you’ve ever tried to book an appointment with a residential roofing contractor during peak season, then you know how stressful it can be to find an opening in their schedules. However, taking your time to contact a roofer for repairs means you’ll be waiting behind an impossibly long line of other clients. When your turn comes around, the problem with your roof has worsened and now costs more to repair than before.
While there is still no way to control the weather, there are plenty of ways to protect your roofing system from getting damaged by storms. One example is to prevent it altogether with proper and regular maintenance, ensuring that your roof is in good shape before and after unexpected weather. Talk to a professional roofing contractor and ask about maintenance programs that can help you keep up with all your roof care needs in case of emergencies. [Read more…]
According to many residential roofing contractors, the Colorado area is a hotspot for hail-related damage. Some may be purely cosmetic, but other damage can pose a serious threat to residents themselves. Visibly, hail damage on roof looks like dings and dents, discolorations or even softball-size penetrating the roof. This solid precipitation may last for only a few minutes, but it can deal considerable damage to property and consequently, endanger the lives of residents. In this post, Colorado Roof Toppers discusses one particularly dangerous problem and what you can do about it. [Read more…]