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Hail Protection for Your Home

San Antonio Hail Repair Roofer

Hail Protection for Your Home

San Antonio was struck by one of the biggest hail storms in recent history in 2016. Over a year later, there are still remnants of damage and homeowners looking to make additional repairs.

Here at Tower Roofing, we specialize in offering Hail Storm Roofing Services, and can also work with your home insurance company to minimize the amount you pay out of pocket. Our team of dedicated experts will go above and beyond to make your hail storm repairs as painless and simple as possible.


Travelers Insurance provided a helpful article about hail storms and the damage that they can cause. The following information is courtesy of Travelers Insurance company. Feel free to view the full article here.



Hail storms can strike without much warning, leaving you with little time to react. Being prepared in advance — and knowing what to do — can help you stay safe and keep damage to a minimum. Consider signing up for local weather alerts, which deliver warnings when hail storms are approaching your area.


What Is Hail?


Hail is a type of solid precipitation, distinct from, but often confused with sleet. Sleet generally falls in colder temperatures while hail growth is inhibited at very cold temperatures. Hail creation is possible within thunderstorms and is formed when water vapor in updrafts reaches a freezing point. Ice then forms and is suspended in the air by updrafts and falls down to be coated by water again. This process can occur over and over adding many layers to the hailstone. Hailstones can be as small as peas or as large as softballs, and the larger ones can cause injury and serious damage.* The average hailstorm lasts only five minutes, but the damage hailstorms cause totals about $1 billion a year, according to the National Weather Service.


How to Minimize Hail Damage


  • Large hail can shatter windows. Closing the drapes, blinds or window shades can help prevent the wind from blowing broken glass into your home or buildings.
  • Whenever possible, park your vehicles inside a garage or under a carport.
  • Patio and lawn furniture can be dented, broken or even shattered by hail. Move these items indoors or under a covered area when not in use.
  • If you have plans to replace the roof covering on your home or business, consider using impact-resistant material if you live in a hail-prone area. For guidance on making the right choices for roof coverings, visit the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety website.


* Hail Facts, Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety,