Fly Construction Helps Thousands of Minnesotans with Storm Damage Repairs after Damaging August 6th Hail Storm

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Fly Construction is a locally owned and operated full-service construction company that specializes in exterior remodeling and storm damage repairs.

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Fly Construction, the most professional storm damage repair specialists in the state, is helping thousands of Minnesota homeowners in the Twin Cities and outlying areas that were affected by the destructive hailstorms on August 6th. Tennis ball sized hail and wind gusts up to 60 mph brought major damage to homes in the cities of Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Edina, Bloomington, Chanhassen, and more. "The hail damage and wind damage that resulted from the August 6th storm is some of the most severe we've seen," Kory Lindahl, owner of Fly Construction, said, and continued, "But it's nothing that our professional, experienced employees can't handle."

"With so many different areas being affected by this recent storm, it's imperative that homeowners take care of any known damage as soon as possible to prevent further damage. To be able to provide the most professional storm damage repair services to my home state is a great honor and a responsibility that we at Fly Construction take very seriously," Kory said. Fly Construction is a fully licensed, bonded, and insured full-service company based in Minnesota.

Fly Construction offers complimentary home inspections to any homeowners that know of or suspect damage to their homes. "We use only the most proven, expert methods and techniques and we work fast with any insurance company to get homeowners the repairs they need quickly," Kory said, and continued, "We understand that a healthy home means a happy homeowner."

To schedule a complimentary inspection and for more information, call Kory and his team at (763) 260-8547 and visit the Fly Construction website for a full list of services and recent projects.

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