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  1. Catastrophic Weather – Lessons Learned

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    In recent years, with Hurricane Ike in Galveston, TX in 2008 and Superstorm Sandy along the New Jersey and New York coastline in 2012, we have had the opportunity to see firsthand the destructive power of storms like these.  We were “boots on the ground” literally days after the initial coastal strike.  The damage observed to residential and commercial structures was far reaching, diverse and some preventable.  We want to share some “lessons learned” from these observations for these two CAT events. (more…)

  2. Hail Damage Standards – Part 2

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    In the continuation of the series on Hail Damage Standards, we will now focus on the velocity and directionality characteristics of hailstones.  As discussed before, our goal is to accurately and consistently determine hail damage to roofing and building components. (more…)

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