When you’re a contractor looking for jobs, time is always of the essence. You need up-to-the-minute hail damage information if you are going to find repair jobs before your competition does. But speed is not the only concern. You need accurate information so you waste time looking in the wrong neighborhoods.
Rooftops not Roads
It is quite common to receive hail report observations from highways and interstates. After all, that is usually the most populated place during a severe thunderstorm. Hundreds of cars can pass a stretch of highway in only a few minutes. During a hail storm, the odds of a hail report being called in are quite good.
Whereas in residential neighborhoods, most people are battening down the hatches during a hail storm. Unless the hail is very widespread, it may not even be observed by the homeowner. How many homeowners have you run across that don’t even know they have damage to their rooftops?
So which would you rather follow: Hail that fell on roads, or hail that fell on rooftops?
Hail Tracking Software
LiveHailReports.com features a unique interactive map that allows you to plot hail reports and zoom-in to the street level. This gives you the ability to determine whether hail damage occurred in desired residential neighborhoods, or out in the middle of a cornfield or interstate.
With aerial photography, you can literally see the individual rooftops (as shown in the picture above) of residential neighborhoods.
Stop the guesswork and start winning more jobs by choosing the solution that gives you both speed and accuracy when it comes live hail reports.