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Home insurance protects you from wind and hail damage

Talk to anyone who’s lived in Denver for a few years and they’ll have a story about the wind, hail or rainstorm that wreaked havoc on their property one April. Spring weather is unpredictable in this part of the country. Cold fronts out of Canada clash with warmer, moister air streaming up from the Gulf of Mexico and severe weather ensues, often bringing damaging winds and hail.


High winds can tear and remove shingles from your roof, leaving the roof deck exposed to the elements. A sudden drop in temperature combined with moisture in the air can cause storms that pummel your shingles with hail. Dents and pockmarks result, stripping shingles of the protective granules that guard against rain and sun damage.


You can’t do one thing about the weather this spring but you can make sure your home insurance coverage is adequate. Be certain you’re protected against roof damage caused by high winds or hail, both of which are common in April. If your roof does sustain damage this spring, contact the professionals at Co-Pro Construction. Managing Partner Brian Newman is a HAAG-certified roof inspector. He’ll conduct a thorough damage assessment of your roof and negotiate with your insurance company to make sure you get the settlement you deserve, then install a new high-quality roof.


Contact me at 303-768-0000 to be sure your home insurance policy gives you adequate roof protection. Colorado ranks second only to Texas in the number of insurance claims filed nationally every year due to hail strikes on homes, properties and cars. Don’t be caught uncovered.




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7350 E Progress Pl Ste 100 Greenwood Village, CO 80111                  -                Phone: 303 768-0000                  -                  Fax: 303 952-6558