Find Your Property On Our Minnesota Hail Map 2007
Minnesota 2016 hail report data obtained from the NOAA’s National Weather Service. The data has been entered into these maps and provides you with a detailed perspective on hail and wind reports throughout Minnesota. Minnesota Hail Maps are updated frequently to provide current potential Minnesota storm damage information.
When severe weather has done major damage to your home, call Stinson Services. We have helped thousands of homeowners through the storm repair process. Our goal is to exceed your expectations at any repair, no matter how big or small. We make the entire insurance claims process as straightforward and stress-free as possible.
1. Insurance Policy – Locate your homeowner’s or commercial insurance policy.
2. Take Photos – After the storm, grab your digital camera and walk around the property and take photos of the hail stones covering the yard, sidewalk and patios.
3. Measurements – Next, set a tape measure or common item such as a quarter by the hailstone and take a picture.
4. Soft Damage – Look for obvious signs of roof damage such as missing or torn shingles, dings on the air conditioning units, external light fixtures, window trim, screens and soft metal downspouts. Hail stones can dent and bend the cooling fins, blocking the airflow.
Every year people mistakenly pass up repairing or replacing their damaged rooftops and exteriors because they don’t notice the damage from the ground. If you feel you have damage or just want an expert opinion reach out to us. A friendly team member will set up your free storm damage inspection to examine the exterior of your property.
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