How to prepare yourself while living in hail country.
- Check your policy to see what’s covered and the deductible you’ve chosen.
- Your insurance policy typically covers the cost to repair roofs and cars and other common hail damage.
- You may have a higher deductible for wind and hail damage than you do for other types of claims. Talk to your to find out more.
- Repair or replace worn, curled or missing shingles.
- If your roof is aging, consider replacing it before hail season begins.
In severe storms, a hail stone can be as big as a softball and fall at 50 to 100 miles per hour.
- Stay indoors.
- Stay away from skylights and glass doors to avoid broken glass.
- If it is safe, close drapes, blinds or shades to prevent debris from blowing inside.
- If you can, park your car in the garage or other covered area.
Hail damage? Call 1-800-332-3226 to file a claim.
If you have experienced damage from a hailstorm, report it as soon as possible. We’re here to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Get more information on what else you can do if you experience hail damage.
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