We've mapped the reported hail sizes by local weather spotters. The BBB warns against storm chasers! Get in contact with local contractors to repair your hail and storm damage. There has been an interesting phenomenon that follows the hail, companies that are called "storm chasers." Storm Chasers are out of town, start up companies that chase storms all over the United States. When a repair needs to be done to the work completed, chances are that they won't be in town anymore to make those repairs and you will be stuck paying for them out of your own pocket. KEEP IT LOCAL and help support the local economy by hiring local contractors. Contact 3Bids for answers to questions on repairs for your roofing, siding, and window damage, we'll get you great estimates from local trustworthy contractors..
BBB warns against "storm chasers"It's always hard to believe that someone would take advantage of those who are victimized, but it sadly happens. The Better Business Bureau has recently released an article warning of storm chasers. The BBB says that with spring storms rolling through, consumers should be careful of those who might be considered "storm chasers" of a different variety. These "chasers" will sometimes come to your door claiming to represent home contractors, or charities.