Madison Hail Damage | Trust Your LOCAL Hail Expert


Madison Hail Damage in yesterday's storm? Frey Construction is your local hail expert and will be here for you long after the storm.

A large hail storm swept across the Madison area on the afternoon of September 19th, causing Madison hail damage to many area homes. We understand the hassle you are now facing, so we want to give you some advice and steps to take to protect yourself and your home.

The biggest caution to you is to beware of storm chasing companies. You will soon be bombarded from a wide variety of companies. Hail damage = STORM CHASERS. We strongly urge you to do your research and stick with a LOCAL company that has experience with hail damage.


We hope that you choose to do business with Frey Construction when is comes time to replace of replace the areas of your home that have Madison hail damage. If you choose to do business with another company - we want to caution you and make sure you are educated in making a final decision.


  • Local References and Testimonials
  • Check for jobs completed in the last 30 days and over 1 year ago.
  • Any legitimate roofing contractor will eagerly share past testimonials and references with you. Make sure you get several references to check up on.
  • Local Business License (more than 1 year in service)
  • Member of Local Better Business Bureau
  • Permanent Office Location
  • Storm chasers typically set up a a temporary office to give the impression that they are local. They sometimes even buy rights into a local company and act as such.
  • Local Sales Consultants and Crews
  • Go ahead and ask your Sales Consultants to show you their driver's license and check their license plate to verify they are from the Madison area.
  • Check with Your Local Municipality
  • Verify the company has pulled building permits in the last year.
  • In this case, call the City of Madison Building Inspector at 608.266.4551.
  • Insurance: General Liability & Workers Compensation
  • It is common for these documents to be made without behind valid. For further protection, call the insurance company to verify their coverage. If the contractor is not insured, and someone gets hurt while working on your home - you could be held liable.
  • Written Manufacturer Warranties
  • Written Workmanship Warranties