Hail Damage Roof Repair Lakewood, CO
Centennial Roofing Plus is a team of expert roofing contractors that provides hail damage roof repair solutions to home and business clients in and around Lakewood, CO. What sets us a cut above other roofing companies is our unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction.
As a leading roofing contractor, we will do a complete hail damage roof inspection to uncover all defects and damages, including cracked, bruised, and missing shingles.
Next, we’ll assess the findings and identify the best way forward for effective roof repair. Our years in the industry are our secret to the most cost-efficient solutions for your roof.
Our team will explain the repairs that need to be done and provide a complete breakdown of our fees and rates for your perusal—no strings attached.
When you’re ready, give us the signal, and our professionals will begin with the repairs.
When it comes to payment, we accept claims through all major insurance companies in the state.
We understand how time-consuming it can be to make an incident report for your provider, so we make things easier by filing the insurance reports for you. Our team needs minimal information to help you make a claim, and all you have to do is wait for the insurance provider to approve it. It couldn’t be simpler.
About Lakewood, CO
The city was originally called Jefferson, which changed to Lakewood in 1969. What prompted this movement was the confusion of having both a Jefferson city and county in one state.
Today, more than 156,000 people call Lakewood, CO home. It makes it the fifth most populous city in Colorado and an excellent place to call home. Lakewood has always had a dense population—migrants chose to settle there because of the proximity to the Rocky Mountains, and lakes are abundant for sightseeing and leisure activities.
The urbanization of the community began in early 1889 when a 13-block strip of home and business establishments were built along the east coast. The development made the city accessible to all kinds of people—even the former president of Colorado Central Railroad, W.A.H Loveland, spent his retirement years in Lakewood.
Since then, various business owners and tycoons have built commercial establishments across the area, and it has burgeoned with the local investment opportunities. The city was brimming with telephone exchange offices, drugstores, gasoline stations, car dealerships, bowling alleys, and movie theaters early in its development.
By the time the name was changed to Lakewood in 1969, the population had already skyrocketed to over 90,000 people.
Fast-forward to 2011 at a population of over 140,000, and urban livelihoods continued to thrive.
The National Civic League dubs Lakewood an All-America City.