The Best Roofers in the Eagle River Valley
Eagle & Garfield County’s Roofer of Choice
Living above 8000 feet requires special attention to detail and know-how when it comes to roofing repair and installation. The safety of your family is largely dependent on the viability of your roof. It’s the first line of defense to protect your home from weather and with the high elevation and large snowfall in Avon, your roof has its work cut out for it.
When it’s time to replace and repair your roof, the only roofing contractors you want on your roof installation are the professional roofing contractors at Berlet Roofing. We have been doing roof replacements for over 20 years, and we’ve got you covered!
Let’s Talk About What Causes Roof Damage in the Eagle River Valley
Inclement weather typically causes roof damage from ice/ice dams, high winds, hail, and fires – both house fires and wildfires. Berlet Roofing serves the greater Eagle & Garfield County area in the following weather-related damages:
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Eagle & Garfield County
Berlet Roofing serves the greater Eagle & Garfield County area in the following weather-related damages:
Damage from Ice Dams
Ice dams are huge problems for homes in high elevations that see large amounts of snowfall during the winter season. An ice dam forms when snow and ice start to melt off your roof, but then freeze again at the edge of your roof, creating a ridge of ice on the perimeter of your roof. Ice dam damage is usually seen inside the home. Homeowners will find leaks with no apparent source, which is usually indicative of an ice dam.
Damage from Wind
In and around Avon, wind can reach speeds over 100MPH; that’s as high as winds in a level 3 hurricane! Even if Avon isn’t experiencing gale-force winds, the most common damage we see to roofs is a direct cause of wind. Even if a storm doesn’t result in much rainfall or hail, the wind itself is very damaging and creates points of stress on your roof which will eventually weaken the overall strength and integrity of your roof.
Damage from Hail
Hail damage is pretty straightforward. Hail is a brutal weather pattern and can have the greatest and fastest occurring damage following a storm. Another aspect of hail damage is that some of the damage to your roof can be hidden. Hail impact may cause hidden damage that can, over time, result in premature aging of your roof. The best way to ensure your roof hasn’t sustained substantial damage following a hailstorm is to call Berlet Roofing and get a professional assessment of your roof.
Father time is an unavoidable element for everything, your roof included. Age-related damage is something to be expected, especially when your roof is exposed to weather and other natural elements over time.