Flood Wind and Hail Damage Repair &Restoration
Flood damageOverflow of inland or tidal waters Unusual and rapid accumulation or runoff of surface waters from any source Mudflow Collapse of land along the shore of a lake or similar body of water as a result of erosion or undermining caused by waves or currents of water.
Wind damageDamaging winds are often called “straight-line” winds to differentiate the damage they cause from tornado damage. Strong thunderstorm winds can come from a number of different processes. Most thunderstorm winds that cause damage at the ground are a result of outflow generated by a thunderstorm downdraft. Damaging winds are classified as those exceeding 50-60 mph.
Hail damageBy definition, hail damage is any damage resulting from hailstones and hailstorms. Hailstones that are 0.75 inches or greater are large enough to cause substantial damage to homes, automobiles & property. For comparison, 0.75 inches is the diameter of a penny.