- April 9, 2015
- Posted by: Chris Martin
- Category: General Information
If you own a home, someone has probably informed you about the dangers of hail. It can really cause a lot of damage to your roof. But, how does it happen in the first place? Well, we’ll go over that here:
Hail and sleet don’t mean the same thing. Unlike sleet, hail has more size. Also, sleet happens during the winter through a different process. Hail tends to occur in cumulonimbus clouds (thunder clouds). The process involves updrafts from warm air that move precipitation into the frozen layer of the atmosphere. This updrafts keep moving the water up, until the frozen layers get so heavy that they drop down to the ground.
If you have experienced severe instances of hail, you probably need a roof inspection. If your roof has sustained damage, take advantage of Dolphin Construction & Remodeling’s weather damage repair services. To find out more, please don’t hesitate to talk to one of our representatives at (316) 210-9543.