“The winds here were recorded at 146 MPH sustained, wind gusts up to 185 MPH. The long leaf pine forest where my house is located was destroyed, losing around 95% of all trees. No structural damage to my home occurred, only to the roof and the trim.”George S. from Louisiana
“The fire department said that if it had been a wood frame house, the whole attic would have caught fire and the house could have burned down around us. We’re glad we live in a steel home.”Linda L. from Alabama
“We had wind at 155 MPH during the tornado and it was circular wind. It snapped telephone poles in front of our home and broke the steel posts of my swimming pool fence in the backyard. Most of our insulation was sucked out of our attic but we didn’t even have any sheet rock cracks.”Jerry M. from Louisiana
“Thank you! Thank you! We had a very large pine tree fall on our house during Hurricane Irene. We were expecting to see the tree on the ground…We were shocked to see it on our roof. We had no damage inside our house, including the drywall, and minimal damage to the roof. We just cannot imagine what we would be facing if this was a stick built house.”Kathy & Pete C.