Storm Damage Restoration

Hail and high winds wreak havoc on Colorado homes. Luckily, Elite Roofing & Solar has been providing quality storm and hail damage restoration in Colorado for over 20 years. You might say we’re hailed as the heroes of storm restoration.

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Storm Damage Experts: An honest assessment of damage

We provide all storm services that you'd expect in Colorado.

When you work with us, we’re all in. No need to worry about difficult asks or unique situations – we’ve done it all and have you covered.

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Water Damage

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Hail Damage

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Wind Damage

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Flashing Damage

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Insurance Claims

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Damage Assessments

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Hail Storms & Your Roof: What to do after the storm

After a hail storm passes, the clock starts ticking. This is because insurance claims for hail damage must typically be filed within a certain window of time. That makes paying attention to the destructive capabilities of the hail storm all the more important; if you know the hail was likely to damage your roof, a roof inspection becomes very necessary.

You can do a cursory visual inspection of your roof from the ground before calling in a professional roofer. First, look for any pieces of roofing that have fallen to the ground. This could include things such as shingles, chunks of tile, or pieces of flashing. Broken pieces of roofing material are the clearest evidence of damage to your roof. Next, you can look for more circumstantial evidence of damage. For example, take a look at other portions of your home’s exterior. If you find dented gutters, broken siding, and damaged decks or fencing, it’s very likely that your roof has sustained damage as well.

In doing this cursory inspection, it’s very important to stay off your roof. While walking on your roof is never a good idea at the best of times, it’s even more risky when your roof has just been hit by a hail storm. Walking around could worsen existing damage to your roof, and it’s generally best left to the experts. If you note any signs of hail damage to your roof, it’s important to schedule a professional inspection promptly. Even if you don’t notice damage, it’s good to err on the side of caution, as an experienced roofer will be able to identify signs that you may have missed.

Elite Roofing Offers Free Hail Damage Inspections

Hail storms can be a stressful time. These damaging weather events can put families and livelihoods at risk, and that risk is even greater here in Denver because of our hail alley location. The Elite Roofing team is locally based, so we personally understand just how scary it can be to know your roof may be damaged. That’s why we offer free roof inspections after hail storms: to give folks the peace of mind that comes with knowing exactly what’s happened to their roof and how to make it good as new again. If you think your roof has been damaged by recent hail storms, or if you want to make sure it’s ready for the Denver hail storm season, contact us today for a free inspection!

Storm Restoration Questions

Hail storms can be scary for homeowners. Your roof is the first line of defense against the weather outside, and severe hail damage can compromise that defense overnight. If your home has just weathered a hail storm, it’s hard to know what to do first. Here are some answers to your questions.

If your roof is less than 10 years old without damage from weather events, you can put solar panels on that roof. We recommend a full inspection and do discounts offer solar panel install with a roof replacement.

On average, it costs $4-$5 per square foot to replace a roof in Denver. This pricing assumes an average roof slope and asphalt shingles.

Find a reliable roofer in your area by reading their online reviews, checking BBB accreditation, how long they’ve been in business and whether or not they have a physical location in town.

Commercial roof types include single-ply roofing systems, built-up roofing systems, metal commercial roofing systems and spray foam roofing.

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