How can you protect against hail damage?

May 14, 2015

Significant hailstorms result in millions – and sometimes billions – of dollars in damages to residential, commercial roofs, siding, and outdoor and roof-mounted equipment. Hailstones can be as small as peas or as large as softballs, and the larger ones can cause injury and serious damage. 


Hail can occur during strong thunderstorms, and hailstorms may spring up during any season. Being prepared and knowing what to do can help you stay safe and keep damage to a minimum. 
Here are four tips to minimize hail damage to your auto, home or business:


    1) Large hail can shatter windows. Closing the drapes, blinds         or window shades can help prevent the wind from                   blowing broken glass into your home or buildings.


    2) Whenever possible, park your vehicles inside a garage or         under a carport.


    3) Patio and lawn furniture can be dented, broken or even shattered by hail. Move these items indoors or under a           covered area when not in use.


    4) Consider replacing the roof on your home or business with impact-resistant material.


Building? Buying? Need Repairs? 


Now is the perfect time to give serious thought to the hazards your home is exposed to such as hail. Your roof is one of the most vunerable aspects of your house.


At Tesson Roofing & Exteriors, our expert consultants are specialists in the field and will help you choose the right impact resistant materials for your roof. We have been accredited by the Better Business Bureau and our practices have been praised by past clients time and again. As members of the National Roofing Contractors Association, our work has been recognized by the industry's leading voice in roofing information, technology, and advocacy.


As we know that natural disaster can create financial burdens, we make sure to provide affordable services, free esitmates, and financing options. For a free estimate of the costs for your storm damage repair, don't wait to contact our company today.


Click here for a free estimate and more information. 




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