Halloween is almost here and if you love scary stories, we have a doozy for you! It includes hail, wind, and costly roof damage. The horror! Spoiler – a roof and a wind storm do not mix well!

Do you know what’s even scarier? Most damage cannot be seen from the ground level of your home. That means if your home was hit by severe weather this year it could come back to haunt you. If that doesn’t make you sweat, we don’t know what will. 

If you want to know how much damage your roof sustained this hail season, keep reading! We put together this 2020 severe weather recap for homeowners to know if they should get a roof inspection. In addition, the size of hail our area received in May will surprise you!


The year started strong with a wind storm on January 10th of the new year. The wind reached up to 73 miles per hour! Also, did you know at 45 miles per hour wind will rip off already loose shingles?

Map of the Dallas, Texas and nearby areas from January

If you live in Flower Mound, Lewisville, Coppell, Hebron, and Carrolton, your house felt the wrath of this wind storm. 


March signaled the start of hail season, and boy did hail come! On March 19th, Coppell, Carrollton, and Burleson were hit by a hail storm. The hail ranged from being the size of a quarter all the way up to a golf ball! 

Map of Frisco, Texas and nearby areas from March


Map of Frisco, Texas and nearby areas from June

Mother Nature made sure you didn’t forget about her! Moreover, in mid-June, Flower Mound and Lewisville were hit by a large wind storm. Also, the wind tested your roof with up to 73 miles per hour winds!


Norman, Pauls Valley, and Elmore City got a surprise hail storm visit on the 4th. In addition, Hail sizes ranged from a golf ball to a tennis ball! Did you know hail can even get that big?


Finishing out the summer season, strong winds reached Flower Mound, Grapevine, Double Oak, and more! 
Map of Frisco, Texas and nearby areas from August

The True Horror

Wind storms weather map

2020 was filled with hail and wind storms over the North Dallas area. The cities that got impacted more than once were Coppell, Carrollton, Flower Mound, Grapevine, and Lewisville.

How many of these severe weather events hit your home? While the thought of one severe storm is enough to give us a shiver, the real horror story is the unseen damage on your roof if you have been hit by more than one! 

If this damage goes untreated, it will turn into leaks and expensive repairs. Don’t leave your roof to fend against the elements this winter when it’s not its strongest! Call us or use our online contact form to schedule an inspection.