April showers bring May flowers, and hail - lots and lots of hail.
Midwesterners know all too well that when the weather changes during the spring and summer months, unpredictable storms pop up everywhere, and often times, they produce hail. While hailstorms vary in severity, they often cause noticeable damage to your home, vehicles, and other personal property. As property owners, it's important to understand the main factors that affect the type and degree of damage caused by a hailstorm:
Nobody wants to spend their spring sniffling, sneezing, and constantly muttering "No, I'm not crying, it's just my allergies." But sadly, this is the reality for so many when spring arrives. While we can't tell you how to tackle those invisible irritants while you're out and about, we can help you kick them out of your home. So we've come up with these tips sure to banish allergens from your humble abode for good (or at least until next spring).
Ah, spring... it brings warmer weather (at least in the afternoon hours), pretty flowers, and green grass. While it's no secret that spring can be a beautiful thing 80% of the time, the remainder is often spent enduring some of the year's most damaging storms. In fact, last year's spring storm season alone racked up over $5 billion worth of claims for the property/casualty insurance market across the Midwest.