Hail is a highly destructive weather phenomenon that is commonly seen in Alberta during the summer months. Although your roof is the most susceptible to hail damage, other parts of your home, such as windows and siding, can also suffer significant damage due to hailstorms.
Vinyl siding is the most susceptible to hail damage. It can get minor damage like dents, cracks, or chips. It can even get major damage like holes through the siding. This type of damage often requires partial or full replacement. Insulated vinyl siding is more resistant to damage from hailstorms.
A great way to prevent hail damage is to install beautiful, environmentally friendly AND weather resistant Tru-Grain siding from DLR. With Tru-Grain you get the assurance of a high quality, bio-based product which will give you the perfect look for your home — from contemporary to colonial. Tru-Grain’s proprietary material blend makes it perfect for use even in the most extreme environments.
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This image shows severe hail damage on siding in Stony Plain — the DLR installed vinyl fence stood up to the storm and was completely undamaged.