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Storm Damage Risk Elevated as Summer Fire Risk Declines

Storm damage is a risk in Denver and on the Front Range, resulting from higher than average winter and spring Rocky Mountain precipitation. Climate and fire experts report the lower than average fire risks in a yearly government cooperative report from federal and state agencies, known as the Geographic Area Coordinating Group. The GACG describes[…] Read the full article »

Hail Damage Prevention 101

Hail damage and related exterior wind and water damage are as much a part of life in Denver as sunshine and blue skies. When the weather warms in the spring and as the the summer monsoon rolls in, heavy storms can pepper homes and businesses with bullet-like hail. And blasts of wind can shove water[…] Read the full article »