With springtime comes beautiful weather and serious wind. Now Colorado is very rarely affected by the most common types of storms that one would expect to get wind damage from, such as tornadoes and hurricanes. That does not mean that your home is completely safe from the perils that come with strong wind, though. With wind storms causing local homes to require repairs just last month, our roofing contractors in Denver have put together a comprehensive guide to preparing for and preventing wind damage.
Spring showers are officially upon us. Although in our fair city, we see a lot more hail storms and high winds than we do the traditional rain showers that come with the season. With hail storms and high winds comes property damage. Ethos General Contractors is intimately familiar with the havoc storm damage can wreak on even the most well-prepared property. This is why we've put together an exclusive guide for storm damage repair in Denver with tips on what to expect, how to prepare, and what to do when a crisis arises.
Getting Familiar With Storm Damage
Storm damage falls into a couple of key categories, each of which requiring different steps for repair.