Storm Damage: Calling a Roofer & Filing an Insurance Claim

If you live in an area where hail storms happen often, then you need to make sure your home is prepared, especially your roof. For instance, many people were caught off guard in Denver when a violent afternoon storm hit the area in late September, 2014. The hailstorm that slammed metro Denver was considered the eighth most expensive to have hit the state, according to The Denver Post. Read more »

Advantages of Hiring a Select ShingleMaster Contractor

Replacing your roofing in Colorado Springs CO is going to be a big investment – a costly yet necessary home improvement project to ensure that you and your family will be well protected from the elements, that your home will last long against Colorado’s harsh weather conditions, and of course, your home will look great for a long time. That’s why one of the biggest decisions you’re going to have to make when it comes to your roofing in Colorado Springs is choosing the right contractor to do the job. Read more »

Gutter Maintenance: Say Goodbye to Sagging Gutters

An important part of your roofing is your system of gutters in Colorado Springs CO. The gutter channels water away from your house and into drains, to prevent water damage to your siding, soffit & fascia, and the landscaping around your house. It can even prevent damage to the foundation of your house, which helps in protecting your home’s structural integrity. Read more »

Roofing – What Are Ice Dams & How They Be Prevented?

During winter, most Colorado residents encounter ice dams. These thick ridges of solid ice that build up along the edges of your roof are definitely a problem for homeowners as these can tear off gutters or loosen shingles. What’s worse, these icy barriers can trap water or melted ice on your roof, causing the water to seep through the shingles and into your home, which can consequently cause significant damage inside your home. Read more »

Why You Should Use Gutter Protection on Your Gutters

Gutters are important to our homes. They collect rainwater and help divert it off our roofs and away from the rest of the house. Uncovered gutters, however, can also serve as a catch-all for unwanted objects: leaves, twigs, and dirt blown in by the wind or fallen from trees. Accumulated litter can clog your gutters and keep them from properly doing their job. It’s good if you have the habit of cleaning your gutters regularly. Unfortunately, most of us just don’t have the time. Read more »