June 17, 2010

Hail Storm Damages Minnesota

Hail Dmage From Minnesota Storm


A powerful storm ripped through Minnesota today encompassing the entire state from North to South. Several tornadoes touched down throughout the state including one in Wadena, Minnesota that has caused extensive damage. Hail damage reports were recorded as far North as East Grand Forks, MN and as far South as Albert Lea, MN. There have been two reported deaths as a result of this powerful storm, in addition there have been several reported injuries.

Throughout Minnesota there have been over 30 hail reports filed with the NOAA’s National Weather Service. The storm produced enormous hailstones of at least 1 inch in diameter. The largest hail stone reported measured in at 4 1/2″ inches. There were 10 reported tornado touchdown reports filed with the NOAA within Minnesota. For a detailed listing of the July 17th, 2010 Minnesota hail storm view our interactive MN storm damage maps.

If you or someone you know has been affected by this powerful storm make sure that they understand the insurance restoration process that will follow. It is crucial that you find an credible contractor that is trained in storm damage insurance negotiation. As Certified HAAG Engineering Hail Damage Inspectors we are trained to identify and repair damage to hail damaged roofs, siding, gutters windows and other exterior home components. We have successfully represented hundreds of satisfied clients through the insurance restoration process. Contact us today for a FREE HAAG Engineering Certified Property Damage Inspection.

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