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If There Is Hail Damage, HailSolve Will Find It.

Hail data and damage are complex: the data is imperfect, 30% of storms go undetected, and hail impacts each building envelope differently. 
 

With HailSolve’s Historical Hail Data and on-site inspections, you can view all of your historical hail data in one place, understand the quantity and lifespan impact of any damage, and get actionable choices that consider your property and portfolio goals. 
 

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Step 1

Review historical hail data 

HailSolve often begins relationships with commercial owners by compiling every significant storm that has passed over your properties in the last ten years into a single Historical Data report. 

Impact
Dates

HailSolve’s database, IRIS, gathers the date of every hailstorm event that has passed over your properties in the last 10 years. 

Size
of Hail

IRIS aggregates multiple weather data sources to determine if a property is at risk and what size hail impacted the location.

Probability of Damage

IRIS evaluates building vulnerability to hail damage based on roof type, age, hail size, and other factors.

We assess your portfolio’s exposure by considering:

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Step 2

Conduct
on-site
analyses

Hail data isn't perfect. The only way to assess exposure with absolute accuracy is with on-site inspections.

 

After using data to identify at-risk properties, HailSolve technicians are dispatched to document the quantity, severity, and lifespan impact of any existing hail damage — including kinds often overlooked by roofers only searching for leaks and obvious damage.

Once all exposed roofs have been analyzed, we make strategic hail risk recommendations based on the extent of your existing exposure, portfolio goals, and insurance implications. 
 

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Discover How Hail Damage Impacts Your Commercial Portfolio.

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