Hail Damage Roof Repair Experts in Fort Collins Colorado

Colorado’s Front Range is known as the heart of  “Hail Alley”. Hail Alley receives the highest frequency of large hail in North America. Hail season is typically from mid-April to mid-August but can happen all throughout the year. Colorado hailstorms can produce up to baseball size hail creating extensive hail damage to residential roofs throughout Colorado. Fort Collins Roofing Consultants specializes in hail damage roof repair in Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland and all the surrounding areas. With 28 years of experience, we have created a unique system that helps our customers settle their roofing damage insurance claims quickly, painlessly and as accurately as possible.

Our customers who have experienced roof hail damage or storm damage can benefit from our claims management program. Our top goal is 100% Customer Satisfaction and high quality standards that exceed expectations. Navigating the insurance process can be intimidating and overwhelming and we are here to help. You can go back to your handling everyday life, our job is to manage the roof repair or roof replacement process and get your roof back to new again as well as handle as much of the insurance company correspondence as possible.



Shingles can respond in different ways when struck by a hailstorm. For instance, hail damage to asphalt and composition shingles will look different compared to hail damage to wood roof shingles. It is necessary to understand the different effects of the damage to effectively recognize whether or not you have roofing damage from a hailstorm.

Asphalt and Composition Tiles Hail Damage

  • Random damages without any noticible pattern.
  • Hail hits that are black in shade.
  • Loss of granules, which could reveal the roof covering felt.
  • Asphalt and/or floor covering that appears shiny.
  • Hail hits that are soft to the touch, like the swelling on an apple.

Wood Roofing Shingles Hailstorm Damage

  • Random damages without any pattern you can see.
  • A split in the tile that is brown/orange in color.
  • A split in the roof shingles that has sharp edges and edges.
  • A split in the tile that has little to no degeneration at the edges.
  • Impact marks or damages along the divides.

There are many other types of damages to roof shingles that can be mistaken for hailstorm damage. For example, direct exposure to severe climate and also sunlight makes roof shingles brittle and provides an aged look. This kind of damage is typical deterioration of roof shingles, which is sometimes misidentified as hail damages. Other types of typical deterioration could consist of blistering, cracking, granule loss, flaking as well as algae. Production flaws and also mechanical imperfections in tiles could also be misinterpreted for hailstorm damage.

Your home’s roof and siding is the protective barrier to maintain the inner structure from damage. Ignoring damage from hail may compromise your home and living environment in the future, creating more roof damage that you may not even be aware of.

  • Check your shingles for any signs of hail or storm damage.
  • Check your ceilings for any leaks or discoloration due to water or moisture from a leak.
  • Check your drain downspouts. Look for black mineral deposits in the water; this could be a sign of damage.
  • Check your gutters. If you have metal gutters, they will have dents or dings. If your gutters are dinged, there is a good chance you have shingle damage.

Colorado Storms and Hail Damage Must Be Addressed Quickly!

It is important to observe your roof after each and every hailstorm. Fixing small repairs now may prevent major repairs in the future. If you see any damage, contact a professional. Give Fort Collins Roofing Consultants a call today at 970-372-1175, we’re here every step of the way to help you recover from your roof hail damage and successfully navigate the insurance claims process.