Just because you have insurance to cover your roof in case of hail damage doesn’t mean you want to file insurance claims after every hailstorm. Next time you are facing roofing issues after a Colorado or New Mexico hailstorm, talk to a reputable roofing contractor about your options for impact-resistant roofing.
Class 4 impact-resistant roofing materials
Much of what we do this season is dealing with hail damage. Hail can take out an entire roofing system, including your gutters and drainage. Talk to your insurance agency about replacing your roof and using class 4 impact-resistant roofing materials.
There have been great advances in roofing technology. New materials can resist major impact, like a tangerine-sized ball of ice falling from the sky. We can help guide you towards the best roofing solutions for your home or business so that you will experience minimum storm damage and avoid having to file insurance claims after each storm. Impact-resistant roofing materials come in many colors, shapes, and materials, so your personal aesthetic can still be taken into account, as well as the style of your home.
Replacing your roof is a worthy investment
Your insurance may only cover the worth of your current roof, but spending a little more to replace your roof with impact-resistant materials will give you a great return on investment. Remember, your roof is your first line of defense against the elements. It will be well worth the investment to replace an old roof with newer and quality materials.
Protect your home from the elements
A bad roof can lead to more serious problems and end up costing you more in the long run as water penetrates your entire home, ruining your walls, ceilings, and siding. If your roof has suffered after a hailstorm or other severe weather, get a quality roofer to assess the damage and help you find the best solutions moving forward. We will also help you deal with the insurance company.
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