May 20, 2016
It's here, Hail season...and it does NOT care about your petunias or your roof! Do you know what to do??
A hail storm can destroy flowers, crops, vehicles, outdoor furniture, windows and even worse….your ROOF! Hail doesn’t discriminate, it doesn’t care the costs, the time and commitment you have previously put in to projects, it just destroys! Although hailstorms can be destructive, the amount of damage can vary greatly. ...read more...
"We are not storm chasers... We live here!"
March 16, 2017
Ladders and inspecting your roof can be dangerous, if you don’t have the experience it might be smart to hire professional help, like M & R Roofing, Inc.
The snow is finally gone, the weather is warming up, tulips are popping their heads from the earth and YES your roof will need a little bit of TLC before the dog days of summer are here, do you know what you need to do to prepare your roof?...read more...
What is a Storm Chaser?
February 26, 2016
Use a Professional local company like M&R Roofing, Inc., for roof replacement or storm damage repair INSTEAD of a storm chaser.
Storm Chasers are transient companies with no local base that follow severe weather from area to area, offering roof replacement with high pressure sales tactics and unprofessional labor before moving on to the next storm ravaged area. Unfortunately, with its frequency of hail storms, the Denver Metro Area has become a magnet for these types of sham operations. The storm chaser simply goes door to door to find people who will agree to sign an agreement and sometimes requests money even before the scope of work is actually established. ....read more....
November 15, 2016
Summer was a beautiful one this year, it produced beautiful plants, flowers, produce, leaves and sunshine...but it's now starting to cool off.
It's now becoming that time of year where the leaves are dropping, the cool rain is falling and home preparations need to begin! Before you start busting out the winter jackets, boots and hats complete these 4 Fall preparation steps before the Colorado snow starts dumping. ...read more...