Heavy rains in the last two weeks have left Aurora Co. with more than the usual amount of damage to homes. Homes along the foothills of Pikes Peak were especially hard-hit with broken or cracked asphalt, blown out retaining walls, missing shingles, damaged foundations, and water damaged roofs. Unfortunately, Denver area residents have not been immune from the threat of tornadoes throughout the state. While there has only been a record of tornadoes in Denver during the past century, the challenge for residents of both Denver and its suburbs is to stay safe during these inevitable storms.
Roofing In Aurora Co Is Bound To Make An Impact In Your Business
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays throughout the month of October, the risk of tornadoes in Denver is at its highest due to high levels of humidity, low humidity levels, and rainfall that are still expecting to come. On the other hand, there are a number of conditions that work in conjunction with tornados to create the greatest risk for damage to Denver’s roof. Heavy rain, hail, and high winds are combining to create conditions that often make it difficult for Denver residents to remain safe during a tornado outbreak. For this reason, Denver insurance companies recommend complete roofing in Aurora CO, regardless of what the weather reports say.
It can be difficult to determine the severity of damage to your home from a tornado outbreak. Some areas are at more risk for damage than others, while some areas have minimal risk. Many homes in the middle of areas that have little risk have sustained minor damage from flying debris. In the worst case scenario, extensive damage could be occurring to Denver homes.