Fall in Colorado: Fun Stuff to Do Before It Snows

2017-12-20T10:20:21+00:00 October 13th, 2015|Denver Roofing|

It's officially fall in Colorado, which means we have summer one day and winter the next, with that beautiful blue sky tempting us into doing fun things outside.  Like find a pumpkin, go to a haunted house (or tour a haunted cemetery, if you're really brave), chill out at a fall festival or even run [...]

Hail Hit Parker, Castle Pines, Loveland and more

2015-06-05T10:55:22+00:00 June 4th, 2015|Denver Roofing, Fort Collins Roofing|

A powerful storm system moved across Colorado on Wednesday, June 3, creating powerful scattered hailstorms across the Denver, Fort Collins and Greeley area. At times, hail two inches in diameter was reported in towns throughout the front range. The storms additionally caused a delay for the Colorado Rockies, who were initially scheduled to play the [...]

Monsoon Brings Hail to Denver

2013-09-12T02:06:07+00:00 September 12th, 2013|Denver Roofing, Premier Roofing|

On Tuesday, unusual weather patterns collided in Colorado bringing excessive amounts of wind, rain, and hail to the Denver area and suburbs west of the city. A cold front to the north carried humid, cooler air while an upper level monsoon weather pattern brought heavy moisture from the south. Precipitation came down hard and fast [...]

Iconic Roof in Denver's Skyline

2017-12-20T10:20:29+00:00 March 25th, 2013|Denver Roofing|

In Chicago, it's the Sears Tower.  In New York City, it's the Empire State Building.  In Denver, the Wells Fargo Center has become the emblem of the city's skyline largely due to the elegant curvature in the center's roof line.  Located in the heart of downtown, the Wells Fargo Building is Denver's third tallest building from [...]

Snow Lingering On Your Roof? That's a Good Thing!

2017-12-20T10:20:30+00:00 January 3rd, 2013|Colorado Springs Roofing, Denver Roofing, Fort Collins Roofing, Kansas City Roofing, Premier Roofing|

Now that many communities across the United States have experienced snowfall this year, snow plows have been been spotted on the roads and rock salt is showing up in hardware stores.  Next time the weather forecasters predict snow in your town, take a look around at the rooftops in your neighborhood.  What you'll probably notice [...]

Lifetime Roof Warranty: What Does It Really Mean?

2012-08-29T19:12:52+00:00 August 29th, 2012|Denver Roofing|

For many years, customers who were in the market for a new roof could choose from a variety of shingle offerings. Durability of these shingles was marketed to last anywhere from 20-50 years depending on the product. But recently major roofing manufacturers have come out with lifetime warranties on the their shingles and roofing systems. [...]