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The MSP Experience – Storm Damage Restoration

In Minnesota, where severe weather can strike unexpectedly, storm damage is an unfortunate reality for many homeowners. From heavy snowfall to powerful windstorms and hail, the unpredictable nature of Minnesota’s climate poses significant risks to residential properties. The aftermath of a storm can leave homes vulnerable to a range of issues, from roof leaks and structural damage to water infiltration and mold growth. At MSP Exteriors, we understand the stress and disruption that storm damage can bring, so we’re here to help. As experienced professionals serving the local community, we specialize in storm damage restoration, providing prompt and reliable services to restore your home to its pre-damage condition.

Our skilled team is equipped to assess, repair, and rebuild with efficiency and expertise. Whether your roof has been compromised by hail or your siding has suffered wind damage, we’re committed to delivering comprehensive solutions tailored to your specific needs. With our commitment to quality craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, you can trust us to navigate the challenges of storm damage recovery and ensure the safety and integrity of your home for years to come. From emergency tarping and temporary repairs to full-scale restoration projects, we’re here to support you every step of the way, offering peace of mind in the face of uncertainty.

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Severe Weather Common in Minnesota


Minnesota is known for its harsh winters, characterized by heavy snowfall and blizzard conditions. Snowstorms can lead to accumulation on roofs, causing stress and potential structural damage. Additionally, the weight of snow can lead to roof collapses in extreme cases. Snow and ice buildup can also obstruct gutters and downspouts, leading to ice dams and water infiltration into the home.


High winds are common during thunderstorms and severe weather events. Strong winds can cause damage to roofs, siding, windows, and doors, resulting in leaks, broken glass, and structural compromise. Flying debris propelled by wind can also cause further damage to exterior surfaces and potential injury to residents.


Hailstones ranging in size from pea-sized to golf ball-sized or larger can cause significant damage to roofs, siding, and outdoor structures. The impact of hail can lead to dents, cracks, and punctures in roofing materials, resulting in leaks and water damage if not promptly addressed. Additionally, hail damage to siding increases the risk of moisture infiltration and subsequent issues such as mold growth.


Thunderstorms occur frequently in Minnesota, especially during the warmer months. Lightning strikes associated with thunderstorms can cause electrical damage to homes, leading to power surges, electrical fires, and damage to appliances and electronic devices. Additionally, heavy rainfall during thunderstorms can result in flooding, especially in low-lying areas or homes with inadequate drainage systems, causing water damage to basements and foundations.


While less common than other severe weather events, tornadoes can and do occur in Minnesota. Tornadoes can cause catastrophic damage to homes, including destruction of structures, loss of roofs and walls, and uprooting of trees. The high winds associated with tornadoes can turn debris into projectiles, causing further damage to surrounding homes and properties.

Ice Storms

 Ice storms occur when freezing rain coats surfaces with a layer of ice, creating hazardous conditions and causing damage to homes and infrastructure. Ice accumulation on power lines can lead to power outages, disrupting heating systems and leaving homes vulnerable to freezing temperatures. Ice buildup on roofs and gutters can also lead to structural damage and ice dams, which can cause water infiltration and damage to interior spaces.

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