Hail Damage Repair Cost: Average Rates & Estimates

Heather Robbins
by Heather Robbins
Hail can cause a significant amount of damage to your home and your property. It may look relatively unharmful, but it can pack some power upon landing. Regardless of the

Hail can cause a significant amount of damage to your home and your property. It may look relatively unharmful, but it can pack some power upon landing.

Regardless of the amount of damage, you will need to repair your home and property. How much does it cost to repair hail damage? That’s a very tricky question as it depends on the size of hail, and how much damage it caused you.

It costs an average of $8,400 to repair hail damage on your roof and property. Homeowners spend an average of $24,000 to replace a roof that has severe hail damage, and $5,050 to repair asphalt shingles. You can expect to pay $9 per square foot to repair a tin roof, $10 per square foot for a tile roof, and $3 per square foot for asphalt shingles.

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Exploring the Different Cost Factors of Hail Damage Repairs

The cost of repairs after a hailstorm can range anywhere from $400 to over $40,000 depending. The average amount most individuals pay for repairs runs between $2,300 and $14,500.

The Cost of Hail Damage


Average Range



$2,300 – $14,500

$40,000 +

The numbers can seem extreme. However, this number reflects the total cost of the damages to your entire home and property.

Although, doing some of the repairs yourself will save you some money. We do not recommend you fix your roof on your own after a hailstorm.

Sometimes the damage will penetrate the roofing structure. Damage to the structure is hazardous and should only be repaired by a skilled professional. However, we will also cover the repairs that are safe for you to do yourself and the costs behind those as well.

Hail Damage to Your Roof

One of the very first things you will want to look for is damage to your roof. This is because roof damage is a severe safety hazard. When the storm has blown over, the first thing you may want to do is grab your ladder. However, you do not need to climb a ladder to check for damage.

Look at your siding and pavement first, see if there are dents and cracks in your siding and driveway. Also, check your porch awning if you have one. Additionally, check your deck.

If any of these surfaces are damaged, then you can guarantee that your roof is damaged as well. The price you pay for roof damage will depend on the type of roof you have.

The Cost of Fixing Tile Roofing

Tile is one of the most expensive types of roof to have installed on your home. The great thing about them is they’re exceptionally durable and robust.

In the event of a severe hailstorm, though, you may have sustained some damage. The cost to fix a tile on your roof will run you about $700 to $800 per square. Or $4 per square foot to $16 per square foot.

If you need to replace your entire roof, that will be anywhere from $16,000 to $32,000. If you have found a couple of chipped tiles, you can fix them yourself with plastic roofing cement.

Although, if the tile is cracked or broken, you will need a trained professional to fix it for you. A roofer is ideal because the roof may be unsafe for you to walk on. Also, you may break more tiles accidentally, causing you to pay more.

The Cost of Repairing Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are very susceptible to hail and storm damage. If the wind wasn’t too strong, then you may only have a minimal number of repairs needed to be done. However, if the wind was forceful, this probably made it worse.

The cost to repair Asphalt Shingles is about $1 per square foot, to $5 per square foot. Now, if you need your whole roof replaced, then that will cost you anywhere between $1,700 to $8,400.

Of course, this price depends on the size of your house and the type of asphalt shingles you use.

The Cost To Repair A Tin Roof

A tin roof is probably one of the most durable you can have during a storm. Tin is known to last through winds up to 140 miles per hour!

Now add hail to the wind, and you may sustain some dents or scratches, but nothing that warrants a repair or replacing.

In the event you do sustain significant damage to a tin roof, it will cost about $3 per square foot to $15 per square foot. If you need to replace the entire roof, that will cost between $9,000 to $45,000. Each square is about $300 to $1,500, depending on the size of your home.

Although, it is highly unlikely you will need repairs if it was just hail. Now, if your home endured a tornado, then that’s a different story.

Roofing Repair Costs

Per Sq FtPer SquareFull Replacement
Tile$4 – $16$700 – $800$16,000 – $32,000
Asphalt Shingle$1 – $5N/A$1,700 – $8,400
Tin$3 – $15$300 – $1,500$9,000 – $45,000

Hail Damage to the Siding of Your Home

Just as the cost depends on the type of roof you have, the same can be said for your siding.

There are a variety of materials used for siding. We will cover the cost to repair the following types:

  • Vinyl
  • Wood
  • Fiber Cement Siding
  • Brick
  • Stone Veneer
  • Composite wood
  • Aluminum/Metal Siding

Of course, there are many other kinds of siding as well. However, the list above includes the most common materials.

Vinyl Siding

Since vinyl is so lightweight, it is mostly resistant to damage that hail may impose. However, that’s not to say that it can’t happen.

In case you need to replace your vinyl siding, it will cost between $2 and $12 per square foot.

Replacing vinyl can be somewhat tricky because you will need to color match. Also, the vinyl itself can be challenging to remove and to replace

Wood Siding

With wood, you don’t have to worry too much about hail damage per se. It may dent and splinter your siding, but that’s easy to fix with wood putty. You can also sand and paint it.

The price for replacing your wood siding is about $9 per square foot. If you decide to hire a contractor for this, it will cost between $30 to $40 per hour for labor.

Depending on the type of wood you have, it will range from $6 to $12.

The worry with wood is if the storm also brought heavy wind with rain. The rain can penetrate your wood, causing it to rot. Or, if the storm caused flooding, then that, of course, is a cause for concern as well.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding costs between $6 per square foot and $10 per square foot.

The biggest issue with fiber cement is the cost of labor. Since it’s a unique material, contractors tend to spike the labor fees. The labor fee for repairing fiber cement siding can cost between $100 and $130 per hour.

Just like wood and vinyl, fiber cement is mostly resistant to hail damage. Although, if you see little black dots, it may indicate damage underneath the siding.


Most people have this concept that brick is resistant to hail damage; that can’t be farther from the truth. Brick is extremely brittle, and it crumbles easily.

To replace your brick siding, it will cost around $5 and $15 per square foot.

Even the highest quality of brick will chip and break in the event of a massive hailstorm.

Stone Veneer

Stone veneer has a decent amount of resistance to hail. However, if it is grouted, this can be an issue. The hail will chip away at the grout, and the winds will loosen your stone.

To replace your stone veneer, it will run you about $6 to $9 per square foot.

Although, you can add sealant to your siding before a big storm hits. The sealant will add a protective layer.

Composite Wood

Composite wood is an engineered type of wood. It has built-in UV resistance and is designed so that it doesn’t rot or splinter.

While hail isn’t necessarily a worry, rain can be. With the right mix of rain and wind, the water may get under your composite wood siding.

To replace the wood, it will cost between $7 and $12 per square foot.

Unlike wood, you cannot sand or paint composite wood.

Aluminum/Metal Siding

While hail is no match for aluminum or metal siding, it will dent it. The larger the hail is, the bigger the dents will be.

To replace your aluminum or metal siding, it will cost you between $3 and $6 per square foot.

You can also listen during storms to see if your siding has been hit significantly or not. Aluminum and metal siding tend to be louder when it is hit with hail.

The noise will give you a good idea of the amount of damage you can expect to see.

Siding Repair Costs


Per Square Foot


$2 – $12


$6 – $12

Cement Fiber

$6 – $10


$5 – $15

Stone Veneer

$6 – $9

Composite Wood

$7 – $12


$3 – $6

Hail Damage to Your Porch or Deck

If your porch or deck has been damaged, you need to avoid walking on it. The damage could result in a weak structure and has a higher risk of collapsing. Of course, this is in the event of a storm producing large-sized hail.

The cost to repair your porch or deck depends on the type of wood.

  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Composite

Let’s go over these scenarios briefly.


Hail can take large chunks out of your concrete patio, or porch. If this happens, you will need to repair the damage.

Repairs will cost between $300 to $3,800.

Of course, the amount you pay will depend on the amount of damage that was done. In case you need completely rebuild your patio or porch, you can do this yourself. Doing the patio yourself will help avoid the expensive labor fees.


Wood can be costly if you’re using the higher-quality wood for your deck.

This will cost between $5 and $15 per square foot. Although, if you’re using higher quality wood, it will cost $40 to $80 per square foot.

If you need to rebuild your deck, on average, it costs about $7,000.

You can protect your beautiful outdoor space, though, by putting a roof over at least half of your deck. This way, you won’t run the risk of structural damage in the event of heavy hail.

Composite Wood

The composite is a bit cheaper than the natural woods.

To repair your composite deck, it will cost around $5 to $30 per square foot. However, if the deck needs replacing, you are looking at $20 to $50 per square foot.

Again, you can build a roof over your deck to protect the structure.

Hail Damage to Your Driveway

Giant balls of hail can take chunks out of your driveway. The potholes are unsightly, and risk factors for popped tires, and twisted ankles. It’s best to repair this as soon as possible.

Usually, hail does not damage your driveway, although it is possible.

The cost of repairs will vary significantly depending on the amount of damage done.

Driveway Repair Costs




$50 – $150

$1.50 – $2.50/ sq. ft

$3 – $4/ sq. ft.

Additional Tips

Some of the projects you can do on your own to save you the cost of hiring a professional. The projects that are safe to do on your include:

  • Siding repair
  • Driveway repair/re-pouring
  • Deck repair
  • Patio repair
  • Repairing your shed/garage

We highly recommend you stay away from repairing a damaged roof because of safety issues. However, you could hire a professional to look at your roof. If they say the structure is stable, this is a job that would be safe to do on your own as well.

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Related Questions

What if I don’t fix the hail damage on my roof?

If the damage was significant and you don’t fix it, it will get worse. Something as simple as light rain can penetrate your roofing structure. The penetrating water can cause your roof to collapse.It’s better to get it fixed now rather than wait.

Take the Necessary Measures to Prevent Damage Before It Happens

The best course of action is taking preventative measures. This can include adding another layer of concrete to your driveway or sealing your siding.

By taking these measures, you can avoid the high cost of repairs. Not to mention, acting now will give you peace of mind in the event of a hailstorm.

Heather Robbins
Heather Robbins

Heather is a passionate writer who loves anything DIY. Growing up, she learned everything from home repairs to design, and wants to share her tips with you. When she's not writing, she's usually hiking or searching for her next DIY project.

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