Was Your Home Damaged In Any Of The Recent Hailstorms?

Hail Damage Minnesota

Hail storms have hit again and have caused significant damage to thousands of homes.

Living in Minnesota, we are all familiar with the extreme weather our beloved state can create.  Every year we experience a wide range of temperatures, weather conditions and of course POWERFUL thunderstorms and severe storms of all varieties.  The punishing storms that can leave the exterior of your home damaged are Hail Storms and Wind Storms. This results in red tape and paperwork from the insurance companies.

The Following Cities Experienced Hail and Wind Damage in the July 17th Storms.

  • Mound, Minnistrista, St. Bonifacius, Watertown, Cold Spring, St Martin, Kimball, Nicholas, Buffalo, Annandale, Staples, Little Falls, Winona, Hokah, Motley, Wadena, Kingston

The Cities Below Experienced Hail Damage in Excess of 1 Inch Along with Wind Damage in the June 25th Storms.

  • Golden Valley, Cottage Grove, Plymouth, St Paul, South St Paul, West St Paul, Inver Grove Heights.

The following cities in Minnesota experienced hail in excess of 1 Inch along with wind damage in the June 17th Storm 2010.  Get expert help with your hail damage claim from a MN hail damage and Insurance Claim Negotiation Expert.

  • Hackensack, Bemidji, Millerville, St. James, Bena, Gibbon, Blue Earth, South Haven, Winstead, St Augusta, Clear Lake, Medellia, East Grand Forks, St Cloud, Montecello, St Peter, Elk River, Buffalo, Pemberton, Rush City, Swatara, Mankato, Lake Crystal, Palmer Township

If your home is located in an area that was hit this year by hail, call a reliable storm damage expert to get a free damage analysis to see if your roof qualifies for a possible full roof replacement. Time is not on your side however so call right away to have roofing expert look at your roofs condition.  Get help Filing an Insurance Claim for your Roofing Project today!

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