New research shows hail damage roofs can be fixed, but not with a tractor

New Scientist article New research suggests that while a tractor might be the ideal solution for dealing with hail damage, you don’t need one.

The research, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, showed that the effects of a hail storm on a roof can be mitigated by using a tractor.

This means that while you can still use a tractor to help you remove hail damage on the roof, you might want to consider using a trailer instead.

While there are different types of tractor-mounted systems, they all have a similar effect.

The tractor is able to move a lot of the hail away from the roof in one go, while the trailer moves it back.

The trailer also reduces the amount of hail on the surface by making the roof and walls more rigid, which can then be repositioned or relocated.

As a result, the research found that when hail damage is caused by a storm, it can be easily fixed.

“We have to be careful with the use of tractor as a way of dealing with a hail-induced roof failure,” lead researcher, Dr. Jonathan Schatz of the University of California at Davis, said in a statement.

“Tractor systems are not good for dealing only with hail, they are also not very good for addressing other roof failures.”

The researchers used two different systems: a system that used a tractor and a system using a truck.

The tractor is used to move hail away and the trailer to move it in.

The truck then collects the hail and moves it to the next roof location.

The results show that the tractor system was able to completely mitigate the damage to a roof while the truck system only mitigated some of the damage.

This may not seem like a big deal, but it’s important to note that these systems are very expensive to build.

And if you’re lucky enough to have a tractor, there’s no guarantee it will be able to handle a hail load of this size.

So if you live in a coastal area, make sure you take the time to find out how you can use a truck to remove hail on your roof.