Many people will tell you that, when a hailstorm comes, they are forced to scrape a lot of shingle remains off the roof and fix many holes and leaks due to the devastation that is caused. In order to avoid all those issues, you have to make sure your home and your roof are both completely protected from even the worst storms that may arrive.
Hailstorms are not all that bad, but when they do come, sometimes they arrive in force. Depending on the size of the hail, the momentum they carry as they fall can get pretty intense, and it can easily break a roofing shingle or a part of the flashing that was already worn out or damaged.
As a result, the best advice you can follow is to remove old and slightly broken or damaged shingles and replace them before the season comes. Another measure is to have Wichita roofers examine the gutter system and see if it can take a hit. If not, you might need to replace the entire installation, especially if it was flimsy to begin with.
Finally, inspect your windows and flashing. Strong winds can carry pieces of hail to impact your home at an angle, so you might need to fortify some of the weaker areas of your home exterior as well, instead of just focusing on the roof.