It is Springtime in Colorado Springs, and this is a great time to inspect the exterior of your home for any damage it may have sustained during the past Winter.
Snow, wind, sun, and widely fluctuating temperatures can take a toll on the exterior of your home, especially your roof.
Here are some tips and things to look for to keep your home in peak condition now and for years to come.
Colorado is no stranger to harsh weather, and hail is one of the biggest concerns for homeowners in the Springs. Hail season in Colorado lasts from mid-April to mid-September, peaking in June. Hail can cause sudden and significant damage to your roof, siding, and gutters.
If hail hits your home, it’s important to assess the damage and contact your insurance provider as quickly as possible. We understand that hail damage can be stressful, so we’ve compiled a checklist to help you through the process from start to finish.
New to Colorado Springs? Welcome! You’ve certainly landed in one of the greatest cities to live, work, and raise a family. The Springs offers the perfect mix of the great outdoors, eclectic restaurants and shops, and big-city amenities with a small-city atmosphere.
If you’re new to Colorado Springs and ready to buy a home, it can help to have a local’s perspective on the area. At MD Roofing, we are a locally owned and operated company with a long-standing history in the Colorado Springs community. Check out our homeowners FAQs below.
Your roof protects the things that make your house a home: family, heirlooms, photos, and memories. An aging roof can allow water into your home, leaving yourself, your family, and your belongings exposed and susceptible to damage, mold, and mildew. An aging or damaged roof can also significantly devalue your home, making it difficult to sell.
Of course, routine roof maintenance and repairs are essential to keep your roof in tip-top shape, but it’s important to know when it’s time for a full roof replacement. We’ve outlined the factors that impact your roof’s life expectancy, and how to know when it’s time to replace your roof.