Living in Colorado, we’ve all witnessed some damaging hailstorms. It’s reported that Colorado has the second-highest number of hail claims in the US. These mean hailstorms cause significant damage to roofs, windows, and gutter systems, leaving homeowners stressed out trying to find professionals to repair the damage done to their homes.
If your home has been damaged by hail, you may be wondering what to do next. While it can be difficult to know where to start, this guide will help you get started on the process of repairing the damage. Keep in mind that it is important to act as soon as possible, as hail damage can lead to further problems down the road. Let's look at some of the steps you need to take after being hit by hail.
Your gutters are an essential part of your home. They keep your roof and foundation dry and protect your home from water damage. Gutters and downspouts are always on call to channel damaging stormwater away from the home. Well-maintained and high-quality gutters can last many years, but all gutters eventually have an expiration date and don’t last forever. If you're not sure whether that time has come, if you notice any of the signs below, it might be time for new gutters.