Homeowners

Hail-related insurance claims involving homes are often to repair visible damage only. However, large hail events result in claims for replacement of damaged roofs, shredded and missing siding, and broken windows and skylights – all of which can allow water into a home, leading to even more damage. On this page, you will find information on actions that can be taken before, during and after a major hailstorm to help prevent damage, and address any damage you do experience.

Tips on hiring a roofing contractor

Quality installation is a core part of the roofing equation. See recommended steps for choosing the right roofing professional. Read More

What to do after a damaging spring storm

If your home has experienced storm damage, learn what to do next. Read More

Is it hail damage?

Hail can occur in any strong thunderstorm, which means hail is a threat everywhere. Think you have hail damage? Call your insurance agent first. Read More

Extend the life of your roof through routine maintenance

Follow these inspection and maintenance recommendations to prolong the life of your roof. Read More