Late Summer Storms Caused Extensive Damage to the SW and NW Minneapolis Metro

Late Summer Storms Caused Extensive Damage to the SW and NW Minneapolis Metro

Late Summer Storms Caused Extensive Damage to the SW and NW Minneapolis Metro
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Photo of a hail stone after the September 9th hail storm that in the southwest Minneapolis suburbs of Victoria, Chanhassen, Shorewood, Excelsior, Edina, Richfield and Bloomington.

There were two severe late summer storms that affected the SW Minneapolis metro area – 08/09/20 & 9/5/30

The first storm was on Sunday, August 9th. Large hail coupled with strong winds caused extensive damage in the southwest and northwest metro area. Hail as large as 3″ was reported to the NOAA (National Atmospheric and Administrative Association). The storm also brought damaging winds, including an EF-0 Tornado that briefly touched down in the NW Minneapolis metro.

The second storm was during the evening on Saturday, September 5th. Hail as large as 2.5″ was reported along with straight line winds were reported in the southwest metro area.

Thousands of roofs sustained hail and wind damage as a result of these storms. In addition to the roofing systems, we have also scene extensive hail damage to siding and windows. If you are located in the western Minneapolis and Saint Paul metro area, it is critical that you contact a professional to to assess the damage to your roof, siding, windows and other exterior components.

Our company offers no-obligation inspections at no cost. During this certified project manager will complete a 16-point inspection, which includes photo documentation of any hail or wind damage that is identified.


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