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It’s that time of year again. For those of us who live in areas prone to snow, this means snow covering our streets and icicles dangling from our rooftops. While most of us enjoy the sight, in truth, these icicles are not a very good sign. Read more »
Is your roof more than 10 years old? Has your roof been damaged by severe weather during the course of the year? If your roof is showing any signs of leaks or water stains, worn or damaged shingles, or severe weather damage, it may be time for a new roof. As a CertainTeed certified roofing contractor in Denver, we at AquaDuct Roof & Gutters can provide you with the new top-quality roof that your home needs. Read more »
If you’re planning to replace your roof this season, one of the most important decisions you’re going to have to make is choosing the right contractor for the job. A project like re-roofing is a major home improvement investment. Of course, with a big job like this, you certainly want to make sure that your home is in good hands. Read more »
Having subpar gutters isn’t going to cut it, especially with the kind of weather we have in Denver. If you’d like to avoid the inconvenience of having damaged gutters the next time torrential rain starts pouring, it’s a good idea to check the credentials of the company handling your gutters in case you experience any problems in the future. Read more »
As you are all aware, on Monday, we had severe storms hit the Denver area producing up to quarter-size hail. Many homes and businesses in Highlands Ranch, Centennial and Aurora were damaged.
“Within seconds all you heard was hard impact,” says Ray Saccomano of Arapahoe Hyundai. The auto dealership in Centennial had damage everywhere.“We have over 500 cars on our lot and each and everyone got damaged. It looked like it snowed in September.”
The storm system, which moved up from the southwest part of the state, dropped heavy snow on Telluride and Crested Butte before dumping up to an inch of dime-, nickel and quarter-sized hail in parts of Centennial and Highlands Ranch.”
Excerpt from kdvr.com.
If your home or business was affected by the heavy rain and hail, be aware of the fly-by-night companies that show up after a damaging storm. They claim to be storm damage specialists, but their service, products and warranties are sub-par.
If you are unsure if your home or business received storm damage, call us at Aquaduct for an inspection. We can also help you through the insurance claim process, if you choose. Call us today and we will be happy to help.