Massive Hail Storms Leave Denver Area Residents Stranded

Powerful storms hit the greater Denver Metro area and the Eastern plains on Thursday, June 4, destroying 12 homes, severely damaging 24, and leaving several neighborhoods in the Denver metro area completely covered in hail, as late as 6:00am on Friday. That's not #snow in #Denver...that's leftover #hail piled up from [...]

Hail Hit Parker, Castle Pines, Loveland and more

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 [...]

TPO Roofing Membrane for Commercial Buildings

When it comes to commercial roofing, structural needs are much different than residential properties. Flat or low-sloping roofs are common in commercial roofing, especially in urban locations. This can mean more UV-exposure, specific drainage considerations, and a proper roofing system to support the structural needs of the building. Commercial roofs [...]

Wind Damage to Roof

March tends to be a very windy month across the entire country. Temperatures fluctuate greatly as we bid farewell to winter and welcome the warmer spring temperatures. As warm and cold temperatures grapple throughout March, windy conditions are quite common until April ushers in more moderate weather. Often overlooked, high [...]

Roof Discoloration

It’s likely that if you or your neighbors have a slight roof discoloration, it’s caused by a common type of algae known as Gloecapsa Magma. Categorized by uniform dark gray or black streaking on shingles, Gloecapsa Magma is an airborne algae that can spread spores from home to home within [...]

High Altitude Roof Considerations

If you reside in a high-altitude area of the country such as Denver, your roofing needs will certainly differ from your low-altitude counterparts. High altitude roofs contend with thinner air and an increased level of solar radiation which, combined with higher snow totals and water vapor, make for unique considerations [...]

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