Hail Storm Damage – June 11 2017 – Blaine MN
Sunday morning brought severe storms through MN and left many properties completed torn apart from wind and hail. Tuesday could bring more of the same. Tennis ball sized hail continued to pummel the exterior of families’ homes Sunday, June 11, 2017. The largest report of hail on June 11, 2017 near Blaine was 2.5 inches. View our MN Hail Map 2017 for more information.
We estimate that 17,070 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect to see damage to vehicles, roofs and crops in isolated areas. This type of hail storm leaves many wondering what to do and how to proceed with their insurance claims.
How to deal with your hail damaged property
If your property has been damaged from a recent storm and you’re unsure of what direction to go, Stinson Services offers free guidance as well as free storm damage inspections for homes and commercial buildings. Some things to look for from the ground are dings to external light fixtures, window trim, screens, soft metal downspouts and air conditioner units.
Our team of HAAG Certified Inspectors are trained to spot wind and hail damage. They can help you answer any questions you or your insurance company may have during the insurance claims process.
As a licensed and insured roofing contractor, we have repaired roofing projects completed by unqualified and sometimes unethical contractors on too many occasions. We’ve heard the stories too many times. To add insult to injury, the contractor that installed the roof cannot be found.
Many of these situations have come up from the property owner opting for what seems like the low cost option. Only to be frustrated when they have to pay hundreds or thousands to correct what the previous roofing company failed to do correctly. It is rare for these low cost roofers to be able to meet the service expectations.
Who is Stinson Services?
Stinson Services takes pride in our high praise from the Minnesota Better Business Bureau, Google reviews, Nextdoor and Thumbtack as well as a long list of previous homeowners willing to share their experiences.