When Hail Hits, All County gets Rolling

June 13, 2018
About property management , Emergencies , Seasonal

When the hail started dropping in Southern Colorado this morning about 1 AM, one man thought Ft. Carson was out performing war games. Another reported that the hail sounded like baseballs hitting the roof, and woke her up immediately.

According to the Gazette, 3-inch hail covered Fountain and Ft. Carson, the worst overnight hailstorm in more than 20 years.

Here at All County, we’re on the job! Our emergency call center started taking calls as soon as the sun came up, and our staff members were rolling out to properties by 7 AM.

Our tenants continue to send in damage reports.

We’ve notified all our property owners, and are working with vendors already to get property damage fixed.

Staff members are also checking all of our vacant properties.

We want you to know that our entire team is mobilized, calling tenants, and getting a status on what is going on.

If you have any questions about property damage you may have experienced this morning, call our office at: (719) 445-7172. We’ll handle it ASAP.

And be on watch tonight! According to the National Weather Service, more storms are expected tonight.

When Hail Hits, All County gets Rolling

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