If you notice storm damage—be it hail damage, wind damage or another type of issue—it’s important not to waste any time in seeking a resolution. These minor problems can quickly become major ones if water gets into your roof! The longer you wait, the more risk you put on your home.
Wind and hail damage has been reported throughout the area.
4/8/2020 3:51 AM EDT
At 350 am edt, a severe thunderstorm was located near park layne, moving east at 45 mph. trained spotters in northern montgomery county have reported one inch diameter hail with this storm (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts and quarter size hail. Minor hail damage to vehicles is possible. expect wind damage to trees and power lines. locations impacted include, dayton, springfield, kettering, beavercreek, huber heights, fairborn, xenia, trotwood, vandalia, englewood, london, tipp city, moraine, new carlisle, west milton, oakwood, yellow springs, wright-patterson afb, west jefferson and cedarville. this includes the following interstates, i-70 in ohio between mile markers 18 and 70. i-71 in ohio between mile markers 64 and 87. I-75 in ohio between mile markers 51 and 67.
We work directly with your insurance company to help alleviate some of the stress and financial burden.
OGW Roofing is your storm damage specialist!
OGW Roofing, 5205 S County Road 25A, Tipp City, OH 45371 (937) 506-8232