Colorado’s annual hailstorms can cause tremendous damage to homes and vehicles. A hailstorm may damage your siding, paint, deck, shrubs, skylights, flashings, gutters and downspouts, and roof.
As a top roofing company in Denver, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, and across the Front Range, Metro City Roofing is proud to help customers when they need us the most. Replacing your roof is not something most owners do regularly, and we are experts in the roof replacement and insurance claims process.
When you have roof damage and need a roof replacement, some products offer better protection – and that’s impact resistant shingles.
Save 28% on your homeowners insurance policy with your new, complimentary Class 4 impact resistant roof ($863 average savings).
Impact resistant shingles (also referred to as Class 4 shingles) are roofing products specially designed to withstand extreme winds, snow, and hail damage. Class 4 shingles are manufactured with an SBS (styrene-butadiene-styrene)-modified asphalt formula, which is also called rubberized asphalt.
These impact resistant shingles earn an impact resistance rating by Underwriter Laboratories (UL), specifically the UL 2218 classification, which is the highest impact resistance rating. UL performed testing that involved dropping a two-inch steel ball into a shingle from a 20-foot height to simulate the impact of hail falling at high speeds and checking whether the product cracks.
The result is that homeowner roofs with Class 4 shingles are nearly impervious to most wind and hail-related damage.