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“Do’s and Don’ts” of A Hail Damage Insurance Claim If your home has been damaged by hail, exposure to the elements may greatly increase the amount of damage to your home.

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Many homeowners are not aware of hail damage on their roofs. Hail damage to rooftops often times cannot be seen from the ground, and that’s a big reason why the idea of hail damage hardly ever crosses a homeowner’s mind.

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If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t spend too much time thinking about the condition of your roof. If it needed a major repair or, even worse a replacement, you’d probably think about it then! But replacing a roof can be a big financial hit while regular maintenance will cost only your time.

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Why Ignoring A Hail Damaged Roof Could Cost You If your home has been hit by a hail storm, and you don’t have an extra $21,204 laying around, you may want to consider getting a hail damage roof inspection ASAP. After a severe storm, many homeowners are not aware of hail damage on their roofs.

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4 Reasons to Schedule a Yearly Roof Inspection While your roof may seem structurally sound when you look at it from the ground, even the most solid looking roofs can have hidden damage and other problems. Roofs are always exposed to elements, making them prone to damage.

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Homeowners in Fairbault, Cannon Falls and other neighboring areas are seeing an early start to the spring storm season after hail damages homes during the storm on May 16, 2017. According to the National Weather Service, the largest hail stone reported on May 16, 2017 was 1.

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The average hailstorm lasts only five minutes, but the hail damage does to property totals about $1 billion a year, according to the National Weather Service.

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After a long, cold blistering winter it is so nice to finally feel the warmth of the sun. Bird are starting to chirp, grass is beginning to turn green, and families are starting to head outside.

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Hanging lights is one way to get in the holiday spirit! It can be a dangerous job, and if not done properly, your home won’t have the holiday “glow”. Take the proper precautions and let your home be the brightest on the block. 1. Use a sturdy ladder.

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The cold has finally come upon us. The snow is surely soon to follow which means we are in the time of year that we have to start looking for ice dams on our roofs. Ice dams are thick ridges of solid ice that build up on the bottoms of the roof (the eaves).

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