Get Full-Service Restoration from an Experienced Roofing Company
The Colorado hail season begins in April and ends in September. During those five months, severe hail storms pummel the roofs of every single building in their path. Pieces of ice the size of gumballs will bruise shingle underlayments and dent your siding and gutters. When accompanied by high winds, the hail can penetrate soft parts of a roof. Depending on the severity, your roof is likely to get impact marks and splits in the shingles. Even if the damage is not obvious, you should get your roof inspected by a professional because roof damage can quickly worsen, leaving you with leaks and the potential for wood rot and mold.