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Why You Need Denver Roofers to Do a Roof Inspection This Spring


March 18, 2020

Winter may not be over just yet, but spring will be here before you know it. The warmer weather means snow will be replaced by beautiful new growth. But it also means your roof will be at renewed risk for unexpected leaks and maintenance issues. Unfortunately, the winter weather can be hard on your roof, but scheduling an inspection with your trusted Denver roof repair contractor can help you stay on top of minor issues before they have a chance to cause serious problems. Here are a few reasons to schedule a roof inspection this spring. 

It’s the Perfect Time to Identify Damage
When your roof is covered in leaves in the fall and snow in the winter, seeing what’s going on with your roofing materials can be almost impossible. While it’s possible to remove that buildup, doing so often causes damage to the materials, making matters worse. By waiting until spring, the buildup of snow and debris will be long-gone. That means your roofer will be able to spot damage more quickly so you can get the issues repaired before they have a chance to threaten the safety of your home or the integrity of your roof.

Gives You More Time to Deal with Repairs
Some repairs are urgent and need to get fixed immediately, but other minor repairs can often get put off for a few weeks. While you can wait for summer to roll around, trying to pick a time to take care of repairs when you’re not busy with vacations and summer adventures can be almost impossible. When you schedule an inspection in spring, you’ll find it easier to find a time that works both for you and your roofer. 

Sets You Up for Success
When minor issues are left to sit, they put your roof at risk for serious structural problems. At best, you’ll have more costly roof repairs to deal with later on in the season. At worst, you’ll end up shortening your roof’s lifespan by a few years at least. Scheduling a springtime roof inspection sets you up for a leak-free and low-maintenance summer and fall, but more importantly, it helps keep your roof in good condition so it can last for as long as possible.

It Keeps Your Warranty Intact
Believe it or not, some manufacturer warranties require you to get your roof inspected and maintained every year. If you don’t make time for an inspection, you could end up voiding that warranty. Without that warranty in place, you’re responsible for the full cost of repairs, even if the damage was caused by a faults in the materials themselves. 

Schedule an Inspection Today
Keeping your roof in good shape is as simple as getting it inspected at least twice a year. If you haven’t taken the time to schedule a springtime roof inspection, don’t wait. Call us at (720) 309-9722 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. Our experienced team can help you with everything from minor repairs to full roof replacements and we’ll do our best to get your roof back in shape as quickly as possible. 
 
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Why You Need Denver Roofers to Do a Roof Inspection This Spring


March 11, 2020

Winter may not be over just yet, but spring will be here before you know it. The warmer weather means snow will be replaced by beautiful new growth. But it also means your roof will be at renewed risk for unexpected leaks and maintenance issues. Unfortunately, the winter weather can be hard on your roof, but scheduling an inspection with your trusted Denver roof repair contractor can help you stay on top of minor issues before they have a chance to cause serious problems. Here are a few reasons to schedule a roof inspection this spring. 

It’s the Perfect Time to Identify Damage
When your roof is covered in leaves in the fall and snow in the winter, seeing what’s going on with your roofing materials can be almost impossible. While it’s possible to remove that buildup, doing so often causes damage to the materials, making matters worse. By waiting until spring, the buildup of snow and debris will be long-gone. That means your roofer will be able to spot damage more quickly so you can get the issues repaired before they have a chance to threaten the safety of your home or the integrity of your roof.

Gives You More Time to Deal with Repairs
Some repairs are urgent and need to get fixed immediately, but other minor repairs can often get put off for a few weeks. While you can wait for summer to roll around, trying to pick a time to take care of repairs when you’re not busy with vacations and summer adventures can be almost impossible. When you schedule an inspection in spring, you’ll find it easier to find a time that works both for you and your roofer. 

Sets You Up for Success
When minor issues are left to sit, they put your roof at risk for serious structural problems. At best, you’ll have more costly roof repairs to deal with later on in the season. At worst, you’ll end up shortening your roof’s lifespan by a few years at least. Scheduling a springtime roof inspection sets you up for a leak-free and low-maintenance summer and fall, but more importantly, it helps keep your roof in good condition so it can last for as long as possible.

It Keeps Your Warranty Intact
Believe it or not, some manufacturer warranties require you to get your roof inspected and maintained every year. If you don’t make time for an inspection, you could end up voiding that warranty. Without that warranty in place, you’re responsible for the full cost of repairs, even if the damage was caused by a faults in the materials themselves. 

Schedule an Inspection Today
Keeping your roof in good shape is as simple as getting it inspected at least twice a year. If you haven’t taken the time to schedule a springtime roof inspection, don’t wait. Call us at (720) 309-9722 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. Our experienced team can help you with everything from minor repairs to full roof replacements and we’ll do our best to get your roof back in shape as quickly as possible. 
 
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Is It Worth It to Install a New Roof on Your Home? Your Denver Roofers Explain


February 26, 2020

Every home, no matter how well maintained it is, will eventually need a new roof. For most homeowners, deciding whether it’s worth the investment to install a new roof can be tough, especially if you’re planning on moving in the near future. Before you contact your Denver roofing company to schedule an appointment, ask yourself these questions. 

How Soon Will You Be Moving?
Installing a new roof will almost always increase your home’s property value, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily the best thing to do if you’re selling the house. If you plan on staying in your home for a few more years, installing a new roof is more than worth the investment. You’ll increase your property’s value while also reducing the amount of money you’ll have to spend on repairs and maintenance. But if you’re planning on selling the house immediately, you may want to leave the roof replacement to the buyer. This way, you’ll be able to spend the money on installing a new roof at your new house and can benefit from that new roof for a longer period of time.

Are You Currently Having Trouble with Your Roof?
Just because a roof is old doesn’t mean it needs to be replaced immediately. Think about how much maintenance you’ve had to do over the last year or two. Are you calling your roofer to fix leaks or patch up missing shingles after every windstorm or has your roof kept your home dry without issue? If you’re scheduling frequent maintenance or repairs, it’s worth replacing the roof entirely. Those issues will only get worse if you leave your existing roof in place. But if the roof is leak-free and your contractor thinks it’s still in good shape, you can wait on the replacement. 

Does the Look Still Work for You?
Let’s face it…roofs are more than just a layer of protection for your home. They can be eye-catching and beautiful enough to make your home stand out from the others on the block. If you’re planning on redoing the exterior or want to upgrade the look of your house, replacing the roof with a long-lasting and unique roofing material can make your improvements pop. 

Even better, that roof will last longer and provide your home with better protection against the elements. This is true even if you replace the roof with the same type of materials as technological improvements have made new asphalt shingles more durable than their older counterparts. But if you’re still happy with the way your roof looks and the materials are still in good shape, it may not be worth it to install a new roof just yet.

Schedule a Consultation
If you’re wondering if a roof replacement is worth it for your house, don’t leave things up to chance. Contact our team and schedule a free no-obligation inspection and estimate. We’ll help you decide if a new roof is right for your house or if you can keep your existing roof for another couple of years. 
 
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Keep Your Home Looking Great with These Spring Cleaning Tips from Your Trusted Denver Roof Repair Team


February 19, 2020

Warm weather is right around the corner and that means it’s time to start thinking about getting your house in shape for spring and summer. If you’re thinking “spring cleaning,” you’re right on track. For most homeowners, spring cleaning means airing out the house, and making minor repairs indoors. While those tasks are great to take care of, have you thought about your roof? Believe it or not, your roof needs some springtime TLC, just like the rest of your house. Here are a few simple tips from your favorite Denver roofers to make things easy.

Check Your Gutters
Though gutters catch the most debris during fall when the leaves drop, they can still get clogged with plant matter during the winter months. Take a look at your gutters and clean them out if you see any buildup. Once they’re clean, check for rust, loose bolts, and any other signs of damage that might need repair before the springtime rains start up.

Watch for Pine Needles
Pine trees are a major part of the Colorado landscape, but like other trees, they can still shed their needles and pinecones. If those pine trees are close to your house, those needles will drop right on your roof. In small amounts, they’re perfectly harmless and won’t hurt your home’s roofing materials. But if they’re allowed to pile up, they’ll trap moisture and increase your risk of leaks and roof damage over time. If you see large piles of pine needles collecting on the roof, sweep them off. Just be gentle. Too much force can damage your roof.

Always Check the Ground
Just because your roof looks intact doesn’t mean there aren’t issues with the materials. Take a walk around your property and look at the ground around your house. If you see bits of shingles, roofing nails, or any other items that look out of place, schedule a roof inspection as soon as possible. Finding roofing nails or bits of shingles in your yard is a surefire sign that your roof is damaged. If you catch that damage early, the repairs will be simple, fast, and affordable.

Get Your Chimney Cleaned
It’s always a good idea to have your chimney cleaned at least twice a year—once in the spring and once before winter. This helps get rid of buildup inside the flue and increases the chance of catching any structural issues that might threaten the safety of your roof during the warmer months. If the chimney sweep finds anything out of the ordinary, get the damage fixed immediately. The sooner you do, the less likely you are to discover a roof leak in the future.

Give Your Roof the TLC It Deserves
With regular care and maintenance, your roof should last for decades. Use these tips to stay on top of your repairs and maintenance this spring. If you notice anything that looks out of place or simply want a professional opinion on the condition of your roof, reach out and schedule an appointment as soon as possible. 
 
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Keep Your Home Looking Great with These Spring Cleaning Tips from Your Trusted Denver Roof Repair Team


February 12, 2020

Warm weather is here and that means it’s time to start thinking about getting your house in shape for spring and summer. If you’re thinking “spring cleaning,” you’re right on track. For most homeowners, spring cleaning means airing out the house, and making minor repairs indoors. While those tasks are great to take care of, have you thought about your roof? Believe it or not, your roof needs some springtime TLC, just like the rest of your house. Here are a few simple tips from your favorite Denver roofers to make things easy.

Check Your Gutters
Though gutters catch the most debris during fall when the leaves drop, they can still get clogged with plant matter during the winter months. Take a look at your gutters and clean them out if you see any buildup. Once they’re clean, check for rust, loose bolts, and any other signs of damage that might need repair before the springtime rains start up.

Watch for Pine Needles
Pine trees are a major part of the Colorado landscape, but like other trees, they can still shed their needles and pinecones. If those pine trees are close to your house, those needles will drop right on your roof. In small amounts, they’re perfectly harmless and won’t hurt your home’s roofing materials. But if they’re allowed to pile up, they’ll trap moisture and increase your risk of leaks and roof damage over time. If you see large piles of pine needles collecting on the roof, sweep them off. Just be gentle. Too much force can damage your roof.

Always Check the Ground
Just because your roof looks intact doesn’t mean there aren’t issues with the materials. Take a walk around your property and look at the ground around your house. If you see bits of shingles, roofing nails, or any other items that look out of place, schedule a roof inspection as soon as possible. Finding roofing nails or bits of shingles in your yard is a surefire sign that your roof is damaged. If you catch that damage early, the repairs will be simple, fast, and affordable.

Get Your Chimney Cleaned
It’s always a good idea to have your chimney cleaned at least twice a year—once in the spring and once before winter. This helps get rid of buildup inside the flue and increases the chance of catching any structural issues that might threaten the safety of your roof during the warmer months. If the chimney sweep finds anything out of the ordinary, get the damage fixed immediately. The sooner you do, the less likely you are to discover a roof leak in the future.

Give Your Roof the TLC It Deserves
With regular care and maintenance, your roof should last for decades. Use these tips to stay on top of your repairs and maintenance this spring. If you notice anything that looks out of place or simply want a professional opinion on the condition of your roof, reach out and schedule an appointment as soon as possible. 
 
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