Beaver Creek Roofing
The go-to roofers in Beaver Creek
Eagle County Roofer of Choice
Being a home and business owner in Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch means you have seen your fair share of extreme weather events and the typical afternoon thunderstorm that the Colorado high country sees in the summer months. With many storms, you can expect to see wind and hail occur.
Your roof’s main job is to keep you and your family safe. When your roof is compromised, your safety is too. That’s why when Eagle County’s unpredictable weather takes a turn and causes damage to your roof, the best choice you can make to defend your home is to call the experts at Berlet Roofing. We can take on all roof damage caused by high winds, hail, ice and fire.
Let’s Talk About What Causes Roof Damage in the Eagle County
Severe 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 County area in the following weather-related damages:
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Berlet Roofing serves the greater Eagle County area in the following weather-related damages:
Damage from Ice Dams
An ice dam is a crest of ice that forms along the edge of your roof and it prevents melting snow from draining properly. Water that backs up behind the ice dam will almost always cause leaking inside your home, which leads to more damage to your walls, floors, and ceilings. Once you spot water damage inside, tracking down where the leak originated from can be challenging, and ice dams are usually to blame for leaks.
Damage from Wind
Actual gusts of wind blowing across your roof are what causes wind damage. Even slower gusts can pull roofing materials off of your roof. When the roofing material is compromised, your roof is then exposed to possible rain & water damage. Wind gusts can also pick up debris and drag the debris across your roof, which can result in the loosening and removal of roofing materials. Wind damage is not always easy to detect, but all wind damage can lead to leaks and water damage if left untreated.
Damage from Hail
Hail damage is pretty straightforward; during a storm, hail beats down on your roof and can cause bruising, perforations, and even unseen damage that can cause your roof to deteriorate faster. Without obvious visual damage, the best way to see what toll a hailstorm took on your roof is to call the professionals at Berlet Roofing to come by and do an assessment.
Not even our homes can hide from Father Time! Aging is a natural process that occurs to everyone and everything, and unfortunately for your roof, that means it’s going to age too. Adding in the high altitude of Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch and you have a recipe for premature aging on your hands, and natural breakdown is to be expected.