Despite the promise of a 30-year shingle, harsh weather, delayed repairs, and general neglect can reduce the life of your roof to as low as 12-15 years. However, if you take care of your roof and address issues as they occur, you should be able to achieve a 25-year (approximate) service life before you need to consider a replacement.

5 Signs Your Home is Losing Heat

5 Signs Your Home is Losing Heat

Having a Solid Roof Over Your Head Could Save you Thousands on Your Energy Bill! Chances are, if you’re living in Colorado you’re all too familiar with our freezing winter season. It seems to come out of nowhere, and if you’re like most people, that means cranking up...

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How to Fix a Hole in Your Roof

How to Fix a Hole in Your Roof

Looking to repair your roof on your own? Read this guide first! Hail damage and high wind, falling tree branches, or even powerlines. Whatever the case may be, you’ve got a problem… There’s a hole in your roof. Unlike most home repair projects, a hole in your roof is...

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How to Spot Hail Damage on Your Roof

How to Spot Hail Damage on Your Roof

Worried About hail & Wind Damage? Here’s What You Need to Look Out For… Hail damage is nothing new to Coloradoans—it's one of the few downsides of living in our beautiful state. And when it comes to Colorado’s hail season, the first thing you probably think of is...

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