Hail Storm Hits St. Paul MN on May 16 2017
Monday morning, afternoon and overnight brought storms — some severe — through Minnesota. Tuesday could bring more of the same. Golf ball sized hail pelted a family’s home as a result of a spring storm which brought lighting, rain and hail to the area on Monday, May 16, 2017.
The largest report of hail on May 16, 2017 near Saint Paul was 1.50 inches. We estimate that 5,969 buildings were in the affected area and the probability of hail detected was significant. Based on this information, you can expect to see minor damage to vehicles, roofs and crops in isolated areas.
What’s the best way to handle your hail damage?
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 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.
Every year people mistakenly pass up repairing/replacing their damaged rooftops because they can’t notice the damage from the ground. If you feel you have damage or just want an extra opinion from an expert reach out to us. A friendly team member will set up your free appointment to examine the exterior of your property.