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    Posted February 5, 2014 by
    hailprotectr
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    Gunter, Texas
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    Science and Technology solves $1B per year automobile hail damage problem.

     
    Mother Nature's wrath has found another gear in the past decade. $1 billion in automobile hail damage in the USA alone.
    And that's not including....
    ...time lost, inconvenience
    ...lost automobile value
    ...and lost pride in the now repaired vehicle.

    Our Texas family decided to take on hail damage to automobiles. 5 years later, even we say, wow. The protection system is more effective than we could ever hoped it would be. It continues to surprise us in what it's capable of.

    High Performance Alerting and Forecasting plus High Performance Physical Protection.

    Insurance companies love what we've done.

    We get inquires daily from hail plagued countries around the world. Australia, South Africa, Russia, Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Slovenia, Poland....

    This is story of science and practical technology.
    A story of invention and entrepreneurship.
    A story of increasing intensity of storms, whatever the reason may be.
    A story of automobiles being more susceptible to damage due to necessary manufacturing changes to meet higher fuel economy.
    It's a story we're honored to be a part of.
    It's hasn't been easy, but we wouldn't trade the experience for anything.

    The Siciliano Family

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