The roof provides the first line of defense against a variety of natural threats. Water, inclement weather, and sunlight all pose a risk to your home and rental property. Over time, these threats can turn to be threats to the roof itself as well.
The days are longer, the sun is brighter, the storms are scarier. It is officially hail season in Colorado and that means pulling cars into the garage, securing your outdoor furniture, and crossing your fingers that your home doesn’t get hit with golf ball size hail this year like it did last year or the year before. If you’ve lived in central Colorado for any period of time, you know that hail is no joke for homeowners in Parker and the surrounding suburbs. While we’d have to say that a little hail damage is a small price to pay for a Rocky Mountain view and 300+ days of sunshine every year, we also understand what you’re feeling when you discover that you have hail damage in Parker. If you find yourself thinking, “what in the world do I do now?” we’ve got the answers you’re looking for.
Storm or hail damage is a beast of a problem to encounter, especially in the spring and summer seasons when one storm is followed by another. The Denver area knows this better than most, with the tumultuous nature of the weather here. If you find your property has been hit by a storm, you are not only rushing to find a qualified, reliable contractor to inspect and repair the damage but you also get pulled into the complex process of filing a storm or hail damage insurance claim in Denver. To help you navigate the damage repair process, we've put together this guide to storm damage and insurance claims.