Winter is here, and it is important to start preparing the outside of your home for the winter months ahead. Winter months in Colorado Springs typically mean consistently low temperatures, bitter cold winds, and of course ice storms and abundant snowfall.
With the recent Colorado Springs hail damage, including areas of Fountain, Stratmoor, and Security-Widefield, it is important to get a licensed contractor that will fix your roof right. It can be hard to know if your contractor is legitimate. There are a variety of scams individuals or companies will do to get your money and run while doing shoddy work – or no work at all! But there is another line for Coloradans to follow when getting their roof repaired or replaced: having their insurance deductible waived.
Fountain, Security-Widefield, Stratmoor and other Southern Colorado areas suffered massive hail damage on June 13th. Hail the size of baseballs and tennis balls were reported, destroying most anything in its way. One of those things were many roofs through the area. Whether your shingles were damaged, or the hail pounded hard enough to break through and land inside your house, scammers have started appearing, prepared to take your money. Avoiding scams are important, and the following steps can do just that.