Your Roofing Shingles Might Need To Be Evaluated.
May10

Your Roofing Shingles Might Need To Be Evaluated.

Sooner or later, all roofing needs to be replaced. If shingles are old and worn, patching or limited repairs won’t help when a hurricane strike. If you know how long it has been since your shingles were replaced, that is a good starting point. While many of the better products come with limited warranties for 25, 30 years or more, the hot sunny Florida climate conspires to shorten that life span. Ultraviolet rays break down the...

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Is Your Roof Old? A New Roof Can Help You Save On Energy Costs.
May05

Is Your Roof Old? A New Roof Can Help You Save On Energy Costs.

Older roofs have difficulty standing up to the rising temperatures which in turn hits your wallet hard. Given that nearly most of the money spent on utility bills in Florida is on cooling getting a new roof to cut down on energy costs is worth considering. Roof replacement. Here are some tips to show you how to cut your energy costs. Ventilation – Without the proper ventilation, your roof can drastically increase your energy bills. In...

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Trim Those Trees Around The House.
Mar20

Trim Those Trees Around The House.

Now is the time to check the trees around your roof before the hot summer is upon us. It is especially wise to check now before the upcoming hurricane season. Trees that hang over your roof and near your home can be dangerous especially in a hurricane. When winds pick up, tree limbs can too. Trees are susceptible to disease and it doesn’t take a lot for a diseased limb to snap. If a tree limb falls on your roof it can cause severe...

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We Prefer Architectural Shingles Over Three Tab Shingles In Central Florida.
Feb15

We Prefer Architectural Shingles Over Three Tab Shingles In Central Florida.

First, we’ll begin with discussing three-tab shingles. The three-tab shingles can be distinguished by cutouts, or tabs, made along their long bottom edge. They have only one shingle tab size and shape. They are flat, constructed with less material than architectural shingles, so they weigh less than the architectural shingles. The three-tab shingle roofs often need to be replaced much sooner, due to wind, rain and intense heat damage....

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The Best Kind Of Roof For Florida Is?
Feb03

The Best Kind Of Roof For Florida Is?

What is the best roof for your Florida home? If you own a home in Florida, you know how hard the weather, heat and sun are on roofing materials. Here are the most popular types of roofing materials and some pros and cons of their use in Florida. Composition Shingles: Composition shingles are affordable, and the typical roofing materials for a large part of the country. They are made from asphalt or fiberglass and are a clean looking...

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Ask These Five Questions Before Hiring A Florida Roofer.
Jan27

Ask These Five Questions Before Hiring A Florida Roofer.

Before you apply your signature to a roofing contract for repairs or maintenance, it is imperative to be certain that you are dealing with the right roofing contractor. Use the following five questions to increase your chances of ending up with the most suitable roofer in Florida Where is the location of your local company office? Legitimate roofing contractors in Florida will have a physical location. If the roofing contractor you...

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