Hail Often Damages More Than Just Your Roof

As the most exposed part of your building, it makes sense that roofs are especially susceptible to hail damage. But there are other parts of your building that can also be damaged.

Things like:
✔ Siding
✔ Gutters & Downspouts
✔ Windows & Skylights
✔ Door & Window Frames
✔ HVAC Units
✔ Outdoor Lighting Fixtures

Large hailstones are the obvious culprit for major damage, but don’t be fooled. Those smaller hailstones can be sneaky - often causing damage that is more likely to go unnoticed by the untrained eye.

This is why it’s always a good idea to call in the professionals to inspect your entire property (not just the roof!) following any hailstorm.

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