The Colorado Springs hail storm on June 13, 2018 was the worst hail storm since 1995. Tennis ball sized hail did a lot of damage to communities south of Colorado Springs. According to the National Weather Service, the Colorado Springs hail storm was the strongest overnight hail storm in El Paso County in more than 20 years.
The Colorado Springs hail storm unleashed hail that measured 2-3 inches in diameter. The storm caused roof hail damage and shattered car windows. The biggest impact of the hail storm was in and around Fountain Colorado. Peterson Air Force Base reported hail that measured 3 inches.
If you live in the Colorado Springs area and you experienced any roof hail damage from the storm, contact Peak to Peak Roofing for a free hail damage roof inspection for your residential roof or commercial roof. We offer some tips about What to do when roof hail damage happens and information about how you can have roof hail damage even if your roof is not leaking.
Contact us for your free hail damage roof inspection.