Is your roof ready for Texas hail storms & high wind season?
Hail size is estimated by comparing it to a known object. Most hail storms are made up of a mix of sizes, and only the very largest hail stones pose a serious risk to people caught in the open.
Here’s a nice little piece of information Insurance Agents, Realtors, and Property Managers can download and share with clients.
Your homeowners’ insurance and an insurance agent will have lots of questions when you file a claim for hail or wind damage. The handy Hailstone Size chart will be your guide when referring to hail sizes, said Edward Perez, roofing expert and founder of PERTEX Roofing & Construction.
What are Texas Hail Storms and What Hail Size Can Be
The sizes in this hailstone chart were verified at the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory.
A hail storm is a weather phenomenon that can cause damage to a home. It is important to take precautions before the storm arrives. One of the most effective ways to protect your home from hail storms is by getting your roof ready for that disaster.
Feel free to contact PERTEX Roofing & Construction for your FREE Roof Inspection and learn more about our better roofing solutions when you call (214) 734-6270