Colorado Storm Damage Repair and Restoration
Weatherguard Construction Company CO routinely works with homeowners who are interested in updating the exterior of their home or are concerned that it may have been damaged by hail or wind during severe weather. We will perform a thorough hail or wind damage inspection of the exterior of your residence, help diagnose any storm-related issues with your roofing, siding, windows or gutters, and guide you through the insurance claims process if needed. Find out more about our process here.
-Roof repair and shingle repair
-Window and glass replacement
-Siding repair and replacement
The Rocky Mountain State. The Centennial State. The Lead State. The Silver State. The Mother of Rivers. The Rocky Mountain Empire. The Buffalo Plains State. The Switzerland of America.
In other words, welcome to Colorado! Whether you’re a Colorado native, a longtime resident or a newcomer, you’ve probably heard a few of these nicknames used to describe one of the most beautiful and exciting states in America. And even if you’re new to Colorado, you know that along with rich natural resources, gorgeous landscapes, the country’s best ski resorts and some of the world’s most iconic mountain ranges we have something else: unpredictable weather. And while we think dramatic weather is a small price to pay for such dramatic scenery, we’ve learned that in Colorado, it pays to be prepared––especially when it comes to roof repairs and maintenance.
A Roof for All Seasons
Maybe you’re moved here from Southern California or Hawaii, where you didn’t think twice about your roof. After all, its job was just to protect you and your belongings from a little bit of rain. Maybe a quality roof wasn’t your number one priority when it came time to budget home repairs.
In Colorado, people take their roofs pretty seriously. After all, a roof’s reason for existence is to protect people and property from the elements. As you know, Colorado is a state with enough snow and other precipitation that a quality roof becomes a necessity. (And before you bemoan that snow, just remember that snow helps keep Colorado’s economy going, our mountains snow-capped picturesque, and our ski weekends memorable.)
In order to understand how best to build a roof to withstand the elements, you have to fundamentally understand how an region’s complex ecosystem and weather patterns impact roofing systems. We understand Colorado’s ecosystem–from April snow to wild fall weather that goes from snow to hail to sunny days, all in the span of a week. We’ve learned that the best way to build roofs is based on our own knowledge of living and working in a place, day in and day out. We know Colorado’s landscapes and unique weather patterns pretty well–after all, we’ve been here long enough (more than 16 years) to know exactly what works.
Based in suburban Denver, otherwise known as the Mile High City, our operations span commercial and residential properties across this great state. Among our high-profile commercial projects, we’ve worked on boutique condos in Denver’s Victorian era Lower Downtown (LODO), a thriving urban area teeming with coffee shops, independent shops, restaurants and nightlife–and just a stone’s throw from nearby Larimer Square and the freshly renovated Denver Union Station. Our commercial projects also extend to municipal and public buildings across the state, from small town elementary schools to multi-million dollar renovations of city halls and government buildings. The breadth of our commercial roofing projects means that we’ve worked with many of Colorado’s biggest homeowners associations and property management companies.
Our residential projects range from postcard perfect vacation homes in Aspen and Keystone to split-levels in Durango and Colorado Springs, from ranches in rural counties to Victorian homes in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood. We know Colorado roofing because we know Colorado.
Tough Weather Calls for A Tough Work Ethic
When it comes to unpredictable weather and snow, nothing fazes us: we’ve been there, done that. We have the skills and expertise needed to handle virtually any commercial or residential roofing project from Pueblo to Fort Collins––no matter how deep the powder or how low the temperature. We’re inspired by Colorado’s Wild West history, when pioneer settlers braved the elements and the wilderness to found famous 19th century towns like Breckenridge and Telluride. That tough work ethic means we’re committed to ensuring quality craftsmanship with zero hassle for each client. With more than 16 years in the business, we’ve already satisfied thousands of customers. A Platinum Preferred contractor, we proudly score an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
A Year Round Paradise
Paradise. That’s the word that visitors to Colorado–especially outdoor enthusiasts––tend to use when describing our home state. But have you heard the expression “trouble in paradise?” It’s another way to describe Colorado weather: that fantastic snowfall that enables great nighttime skiing in Keystone is the same snowfall than makes regular roof maintenance so vital. There’s a price to pay for living in paradise–but we think it’s worth it. (Just keep our number on speed dial, especially in snow season.)
Our Colorado-based Roofing Services
Our Centennial-based office provides top-notch roofing and siding services to commercial and residential properties throughout Colorado, from the New Mexico border to the Wyoming state line. We understand that whether you’re a Homeowners Association for upscale condos in downtown Denver or a Rocky Mountain ski town whose public hospital needs a new roof, that you’re seeking a professional roofer who understands the complexities and tight timelines of commercial construction projects.
Centennial, Colorado: Our Home Base
Just south of Denver, we call the great little city of Centennial home: it’s a perfect location for both Denver projects and for skipping Denver traffic on the way to worksites in greater Colorado. Based in Arapahoe County, our city usually earns a spot in “Best Places to Live” surveys by USA Today and Money Magazine, and for good reason: it’s safe, friendly, and smack in the middle of a stunning natural landscape. Our Parks District alone boasts more than 100 miles of trails, 100 parks, and nearly 4000 acres of open space.
The area surrounding Denver is like a miniature of Colorado itself. Within an hour’s drive of the Colorado State Capitol, you’ll encounter sprawling ranches, quiet suburbs, world famous ski resorts, Victorian-era mining towns, and the buzzing college town of Boulder. (And don’t forget the Rocky Mountain National Park or the Arapaho National Forest!) We build, maintain, and repair roofs for our diverse client base from across this dynamic area. We’re proud of the roots we’ve planted in Colorado–no matter whether you call it the Rocky Mountain State, the Centennial State or the Switzerland of America.