November 9, 2012
Did you know: Hail Damage

 

 
Did you know:
 
The largest hailstone reported in Saskatchewan, and indeed in Canada, fell near Cedoux, north of Weyburn, on August 27, 1973; it weighed about 250gm and was 10 cm in diameter. This particular storm, and others such as the Pilot Butte storm of August 26, 1995, destroyed many crops ready for harvest. Urban areas are sometimes hit hard too: a storm with baseball-sized hailstones hit Prince Albert on August 15, 1982, producing an estimated $14 million property loss. Many farmers purchase hail insurance on their crops, in addition to general crop insurance. Crop hail-risk underwritten usually amounts to half a billion dollars or more annually; premiums collected and losses paid average $20 million a year.
Read More

Search
Recent Posts
November 9, 2012
Did you know: Hail Damage
blank
3-facebook-icon-Paintless-Dent-Repair-Saskatoon
paintless-dent-repair