Let’s face it, no one wants to be facing the prospects of roof replacement. It can be intimidating and stressful trying to find the right roofing contractor. Everyone has heard, if not experienced, their fair share of horror stories about sketchy contractors who didn’t do the job right.
Kapella Roofing is the trusted roofing contractor for Denver Metro and the Front Range, with a team of skilled professionals, we get the job done right the first time. We’ll prepare a Digital Analysis and Roof Inspection Report and be by your side every step of the way, helping you through your insurance claim. Then we simply get to work – without delay – on your behalf like we’ve done for over a thousand homeowners, companies, and landlords in Colorado.
Roof Replacement Simplified
Step 1: Free Inspection
Step 2: File a Claim
Step 3: Adjustments
Step 4: Build
Not sure if you need a new roof? Ask yourself these questions:
Are your window screens damaged from the last hail storm?
Is the answer is yes, there’s a pretty good chance your roof took the brunt of the storm as well. Depending on the kind of roofing materials used on your house, hail damage to roofs in Denver can range from minor cosmetic issues to serious problems with structural integrity. Sometimes it can be hard to tell whether the damage is substantial or minor. Furthermore, initial damage that may look minor can lead to more serious issues in the future, such as corrosion or water infiltration.
Are there hail granules in your driveway or in your yard?
If so, hail probably bounced off your roof. When your roof becomes damaged, you’ll need to seek out hail damage roof repair or replacement services. First, you will need to either do a preliminary hail damage check yourself or schedule a Free Inspection with an expert.
Do you see splatter in wood siding, dents in metal siding, cracks or chips in plastic siding?
If yes, then you may want to have your roof inspected for hail damage. Hail capable of damaging siding is likely between one and two inches in diameter, or roughly the size of a walnut. A piece of hail this size has the ability to damage not only your roofing material, but also the wood under your shingles.
Do you see coffee stains in your ceilings or have leaks when it rains?
Coffee stains on your ceilings are a sure sign of a leak. While this could be a leaky pipe, it is far more likely that you have a hole in your roof. An free inspection will find the leak and determine the best plan of action going forward.
Have your neighbors started replacing their roofs?
If yes, then your roof may be due for replacement. Most neighborhoods tend to be on a similar replacement cycle meaning when one neighbor is due for replacement, so are others. Don’t get stuck with the oldest roof in the neighborhood! Give use a call to see if it’s time for a new roof today.