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  • Lakeville MN Hail Storm | June 21 2015 | New Elko Market Hail Storm

    Lakeville Hail Damage Inspections

    Lakeville, MN Hail Storm – New Elko Hail Storm – 6/21/2015

     

    Hail Storm season has arrived and has been busy these last few weeks. A large hail storm moved through the Lakeville – New Elko Market area on June 21 2015 raining down hail stones the size of ping pong balls.
     
     
    Trained spotters in the Lakeville area saw hail ranging from 1 inch to 1.75 iches in diameter. Hail this size has the potential to damage cars, boats, and even homes if struck at a high velocity. The hail stones were powered by a west wind of up to 65 mph that lasted for nearly three minutes. It is possible that your property was damaged during this short span of time, but how can you tell???
     
     
    If you’re a concerned property owner and unsure if your home was damaged by this recent hail storm please contact us at Stinson Services. You’ll be able to speak with a professional that can answer your questions regarding the storm damage insurance claims process.
     
     

    Lakeville Hail Damage - Free Inspection

     
     

    Stinson Services provides a free hail damage inspection to local MN property owners.

    We’ll be able to provide the following on-site:

    – Our local Minnesota business license & insurance policy.

    – A list of property owners we previously worked with that aren’t afraid to speak with new prospecting homeowners.

    – A HAAG Certified Inspection describing storm damage to your home.

    – Photos/Video of damage areas that should be repaired or replaced.

    – Our company background and who Stinson Services is as a small family owned company.
     
     

    Lakeville Hail Storm Damage 2015

    About Thor Josefson

    Born and raised in Northern MN. Worked in the construction field for over 5 years now and back at it with Stinson Services, Inc. Son of a home remodeling contractor.
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