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Hail Damage in Denver, Aurora, Boulder, and Littleton

9/10/2015 sifted through all hail insurance claims for 2014 and compiled a list of the hardest-hit states. Colorado came in at #3, with 42,365 insurance claims due to hail damage. There were a total of 359 reports of large hail, mostly in the Front Range Urban Corridor.

Hail forms when raindrops are blown upward into colder areas of the atmosphere. The raindrops freeze, often meeting and freezing to other raindrops to form clumps of ice. These hailstones fall to the earth, reaching speeds of up to 110mph. Hailstorms can damage homes, cars, property, and people. It can even be blown sideways by strong winds, causing damage to windows and siding.

None of this comes as any surprise to Denver, Aurora, Boulder, and Littleton residents who deal with the effects of hail on a regular basis.

The question for many people remains: if my home weathers a hailstorm, now what?

If you’ve been through a hailstorm, visit our hail inspections page for information on what to do next. Even if there’s no obvious damage to your home, hail can cause “invisible damage” by weakening shingles and roof flashing. Regular roof inspections, and additional inspections after severe weather, and some of the best things you can do for your home.

Learn more about what to do to identify potential damage following a storm >

Has hail affected your roof? We can help. Reach our to CJ Roofing, the Colorado and Littleton roofing experts.


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