The largest piece of hail on record that fell in the U.S. measured 8 inches in diameter and weighed nearly 2 lbs., according to the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association (RMIIA). Imagine what type of damage this could do to your home. It could do some hefty damage to your siding, gutters and your roof. Small hail can do quite a bit of damage to your home's exterior as well. See below for signs that your roof has hail damage, and how you should handle it.
Hail Damage Signs
How To Handle Roof Damage
If your home shows any of these signs, it's best to contact your insurance carrier to file an insurance claim. See below for how to handle roof insurance claims.
Your roof can have quite a bit of damage after a heavy storm. Be sure to inspect it yourself and file an insurance claim if necessary. You don't want to let the damage go and have a bigger problem later down the road, like a leaky roof.Share
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