Tag: roof wind damage

  • Best Asphalt Roofing Shingles for Colorado

    Best Asphalt Roofing Shingles for Colorado

    Quick Answer: The best asphalt shingle roof for Colorado is the one that’s Class-4 impact rated and 130mph or more wind resistant. That’s Owens Corning’s TruDefinition Duration Storm or Tamko’s Stormfighter IR or GAF’s Timberline AS II, or better yet, stone-coated metal shingles. Repeated hail storms and high winds have not been kind to your…

  • Signs It’s Time For a Roof Replacement in Fort Collins

    Signs It’s Time For a Roof Replacement in Fort Collins

    There are several signs it’s time for a roof replacement in Fort Collins. Some are obvious, such as missing shingles. Some are not, however. The below are signs to look for to determine if it might be time for a new roof. We know a new roof isn’t cheap. But, if you replace your old…

  • Least and Most Durable Roofs

    Least and Most Durable Roofs

    When talking about the least or most durable roofing materials, we mean with respect to anything that threatens the longevity of it, such as wind, hail, fire, sun or UV radiation, rain, snow, and the general degradation of the roof. Others things that affect the longevity of a roof include the quality of the materials,…

  • High Wind Resistant Roof For Your Home

    High Wind Resistant Roof For Your Home

    You spend thousands of dollars on a new roof, just to have our strong Colorado winds tear it right off. Roof damaging winds are common along the Front Range, and at any time of the year. What’s worse, those winds often come right before a snow or rain storm, leaving your home vulnerable to water…

  • Roof Wind Damage

    Roof Wind Damage

    Strong winds recently came tearing through your neighborhood and you’re wondering if it has damaged your roof. Wind is nothing to take lightly. The wind can knock down tree branches, blow over fences, relocate patio furniture, break windows, and more. And, they can damage your roof. Here in Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming, we get…