The main role of the roof is to protect the building from all kind of weather phenomena and solar radiation. Colorado weather can be severe, so having a solid roof above your head is a must.
Proper sealing is the main aspect to consider when replacing or renovating your roof. Roof covers are made of prefabricated elements of smaller or larger dimensions that can be simply or bidirectionally overlapped, rebated and welded to create a continuous surface, resistant to water infiltrations.
The Parker roofing installer’s skills and experience have a crucial role in sealing the roof properly, after its installation, but each type of cover has its own construction limits, within which it responds successfully in terms of functionality. Forcing these limits, or even worse, choosing a material inappropriate for the particularities of the roof represent errors that will lead to water infiltrations, sooner or later.
The roof must also withstand the mechanical stresses caused by atmospheric conditions such as hail impact, snow weight or wind pressure, so choose adequate materials, according to the climate in the region.
Last but not least, keep your roof safe from Colorado weather by having it inspected regularly, by professional roofers. Adequate maintenance increases the roof’s life span and ensures its efficiency.