Roof Damage Inspections In Spearfish, South Dakota For Hail Damage Insurance Claims After Storm On May 27, 2022
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On Friday. May 27, 2022 hail the size of ping pong balls pelted the Spearfish, South Dakota area with torrential rains and wind gusts up to 60 mph. RestoreMasters has commercial roof inspection experts in Spearfish, South Dakota. Emergency roof repair crews have also been sent to the area, to deal with immediate damage by either shrink wrapping or tarping roofs. This storm occurred only a couple of weeks after a storm that hit the area on May 12th, which had massive wind storms, hail, and tornadoes.
Hail the size of ping pong balls falls at a rapid rate and with wind gusts propelling them against roofs and sidings, property owners sustained a lot of hail damage to homes and commercial buildings. The damage can let in water from the wind-driven rain as well, this is why RestoreMasters acts as quickly as possible to spare property owners additional headaches.
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Surrounding areas such as Lead, and Deadwood, South Dakota received 1” hail, and further south the Rapid City area including Rapid Valley and Box Elder, South Dakota, received a mix of up to 1” hail and heavy winds in the range of 58-73 mph.
The local hail map indicates up to 1.75” hail (orange) directly over Beulah, Wyoming, Spearfish, South Dakota and another smaller patch over lesser populated towns: Vale, Empire, and Volunteer, South Dakota. These smaller large hail areas were surrounded by areas of up to 1” hail (yellow).
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NOAA hail and storm damage map indicates hail damage in Spearfish and surrounding areas of South Dakota:
- Spearfish: Ping pong ball-sized hail, mixed with half-inch hail, rain total 0.24”
- Philip: wind up to 73 mph
RestoreMasters urges property owners to assess their roof damage as soon as possible after storms, and then implement emergency repairs until more permanent repairs can be done.
Some roofing systems can be severely harmed by damage from heavy winds, tornadoes, or hail. Some older roofs can sustain damage from only 50 mph winds. Several factors will determine the severity of roof damage: the height of the building and proximity to nearby structures, the quality of work by the original installers, the shape and angle of the roof, the age and type of roofing materials, and the impact from debris.
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