A huge hail storm hit Colorado Springs on Thursday, May 7, 2015. Hail was so heavy that I-25 had to be shut down while CDOT cleared the highway with snow plows. According to local television station KRDO, “The hail storm buried a wide swath of the city, snarling traffic on major roads such as Academy Blvd., Powers Blvd., Woodmen Rd., and Briargate Pkwy.”
Neighborhoods from Oak Hills Drive on the north to W Garden of the Gods Rd on the south end and Centennial Blvd on the west and Rockrimmon Neighborhoods on the east were impacted. Premier Roofing representatives are working in these neighborhoods, helping homeowners to assess the damage to their roof.
Premier works with all insurance companies to help homeowners get their property restored as quickly as possible. With a storm this big, we advise homeowners to get their inspection done as soon as possible to begin the insurance claim and restoration process.
— KOAA News 5 (@KOAA_5) May 7, 2015
— Joshua Barlow (@producer_josh) May 8, 2015
— The Gazette (@csgazette) May 7, 2015