Is your Minnesota home or property near any of these neighborhoods affected by Twin Cities hail?
TWIN CITIES AREAS EFFECTED BY CONFIRMED STORM DAMAGE
SEPTEMBER 5, 2020 – BLOOMINGTON, CHANHASSEN, EXCELSIOR, HERON LAKE, LAKEVILLE, ROSEMOUNT
AUGUST 9, 2020 – BLOOMINGTON, BUFFALO, CHANHASSEN, EAGAN, EDEN PRAIRIE, EDINA, HANOVER, INVER GROVE HEIGHT, MAPLE PLAIN, NORTHFIELD, PLYMOUTH, PRIOR LAKE, RICHFIELD, ROBBINSDALE
JULY 18, 2020 – BLAINE, FOREST LAKE, HAM LAKE
JULY 8, 2020 – BEMIDJI, BLOOMINGTON, HASTINGS
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Most Minnesota insurance companies will cover hail damage procured from a storm within the past twelve months. Having your roof checked after a storm is one of those tasks that can be easily be overlooked if you have never gone through this process. Please, Minnesota hail damage left unchecked and unrepaired can lead to extensive and costly damage to your home. The truth is after twelve months your insurance company will no longer cover your damages, and you are left to pay for your replacement out of pocket.