As a Colorado resident, you know better than most that after a storm hits roofing companies descend on the area faster than you can get to the front door. They’ll offer to waive your deductible, give you a free upgrade to new materials, and get you so stressed about the state of potential damage to your property that you feel compelled to make a decision right then and there. The problem with the common sales approach is that it doesn’t give home owners the chance to research the experience of the roof expert standing at their door. Whether you’re in a position that you need to make a decision on the spot or you have time to research companies before hand, we want to offer some advice that will help you glean information about the experience of the roof expert you’re considering.
Whether you own a sprawling ranch house or a luxury high rise in Centennial, you want to ensure that you have the right roofing system in place to keep your home protected from the vicious hail storms that make their way through central Colorado every year. GAF is the number one manufacturer of shingles nationwide and Ethos General Contractors is a proud Master Elite certified GAF contractor. Whenever we are consulting with local residents about what roofing system makes sense for their property, we always recommend GAF shingles. Let’s talk about what makes GAF roofing for Centennial homeowners such a great decision.
In your home, there are a select few things that serve to protect the people in it: your walls, your windows and doors, and your roof. When disaster or wear and tear render any one of those things inoperable, you want to enlist the help of the best contractors to help you repair the damage and keep your family safe. Your roof, in particular, is a unique kind of beast simply due to the fact that you can’t see the damage unless you’re on top or underneath an area that’s been affected. It is easy for homeowners to not know that their roof has been damaged until it is too late. This is why you want to choose the best Denver roofers to help you after a storm, when you’re moving into a new house, or when enough time has passed that your roofing system requires a little TLC. We’ve got the guide to help you do exactly that.
In May of 2017, Denver experienced one of the worst hailstorms we’ve ever seen. The entire Denver metro area was pounded with golf ball- or baseball-sized pieces of ice that damaged property so bad it closed schools and totaled cars. It was one of the costliest hailstorms to be recorded in Colorado, totaling an estimated $1.4 billion in damages.