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Residents of the southern Great Plains can expect damaging hail of at least one inch in diameter every three to five years on average, according to the Institute for Business & Home Safety. Although hailstorms generally are not a great threat to human life, the extensive damage that they cause to automobiles, crops, roofs, and other structures carries a multi-billion dollar price tag. A large part of this expense results from damage to residential roofs and their appurtenances.

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