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Hurricane Statistics2004 Hurricane Charley Wind Speed Footprint

75% of Hurricanes that make landfall in the mainland USA, have maximum sustained wind speeds of less than 110 mph (CAT 2 or below).  Even in the remaining 25% (CAT 3 and above), most of the affected area within the Hurricane footprint has winds below 110 mph.

For the 2004 hurricanes Jeanne (CAT 2), Frances (CAT 2) & Charles (CAT 4), 85% of the wind footprints were below 110 mph (from tropical storm up to and including CAT 2).  Even in the CAT 4 Charley, only 2.5% of the affected area experienced winds in excess of 111 (CAT 3 or above).

Predominant Failure Mode - Roof Cover DamageRoof-damage-flyover

Wind driven damage in these footprints, is dominated by roof cover failures and ensuing water intrusion.  Although these losses may only involve a portion of a structure's replacement cost, they are much more numerous and are actually a primary contributor of the total repair costs from a hurricane.  Frequently, this type of damage also leads to loss of use which contributes to additional costs and inconveniences.

 

Damage1Damage2   To learn how you can install AeroEdge® to mitigate    this predominant hurricane wind damage or if you just have a question:

e-mail us or call (203) 222-6025.

The roof protects the building - AeroEdge® protects the roof.

Building Owners

  • Reduces total cost of ownership
  • Reduces potential wind damage
  • May qualify for reduced premiums

Read More

Architects & Roofing Consultants

  • Available in Kynar finishes
  • ES1, Miami-Dade & FBC approved
  • Integrates w/ most roofing systems

Read More

Roofing Contractors

  • Reduces claims for warrantied roofing repairs
  • Prefabricated design minimizes installation time and labor

Read More

Insurance

  • Help clients minimize water / roof damage and claims from hurricanes
  • Offer clients savings with potential mitigation credits

Read More

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Hurricane Statistics2004 Hurricane Charley Wind Speed Footprint

75% of Hurricanes that make landfall in the mainland USA, have maximum sustained wind speeds of less than 110 mph (CAT 2 or below).  Even in the remaining 25% (CAT 3 and above), most of the affected area within the Hurricane footprint has winds below 110 mph.

For the 2004 hurricanes Jeanne (CAT 2), Frances (CAT 2) & Charles (CAT 4), 85% of the wind footprints were below 110 mph (from tropical storm up to and including CAT 2).  Even in the CAT 4 Charley, only 2.5% of the affected area experienced winds in excess of 111 (CAT 3 or above).

Predominant Failure Mode - Roof Cover DamageRoof-damage-flyover

Wind driven damage in these footprints, is dominated by roof cover failures and ensuing water intrusion.  Although these losses may only involve a portion of a structure's replacement cost, they are much more numerous and are actually a primary contributor of the total repair costs from a hurricane.  Frequently, this type of damage also leads to loss of use which contributes to additional costs and inconveniences.

 

Damage1Damage2   To learn how you can install AeroEdge® to mitigate    this predominant hurricane wind damage or if you just have a question:

e-mail us or call (203) 222-6025.

The roof protects the building - AeroEdge® protects the roof.

Building Owners

  • Reduces total cost of ownership
  • Reduces potential wind damage
  • May qualify for reduced premiums

Read More

Architects & Roofing Consultants

  • Available in Kynar finishes
  • ES1, Miami-Dade & FBC approved
  • Integrates w/ most roofing systems

Read More

Roofing Contractors

  • Reduces claims for warrantied roofing repairs
  • Prefabricated design minimizes installation time and labor

Read More

Insurance

  • Help clients minimize water / roof damage and claims from hurricanes
  • Offer clients savings with potential mitigation credits

Read More

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