Because of our harsh weather, hail and storm damage are typical in Minnesota, hail damage can be difficult to detect because it doesn’t show up right away, so it’s important to know what to look for. However, if you have ever been caught outside in a hail storm, you know how much damage hail can cause. The granular surface of the shingle is an essential protective layer, so when the hail rips away the granules and divots the other layers of the shingle, it degrades the protection provided by the roof.
It is the most common cause of roof replacement in the United States but usually goes undetected unless you know what you’re looking for.
Your insurance provider will normally pay for hail damage repairs and roof replacements, but you will need to file a damage claim to receive the reimbursement you deserve.
As professionals, we have been doing this for over a decade and not only know exactly what to look for but also work closely with your insurance adjuster to insure you are covered for all damages caused by the hail.