Rooftop Tips

16th Oct
metal roofs

The Advantages & Disadvantages Of Metal Roofs

Traditional asphalt roofs are becoming less popular every year. Metal is slowly becoming the new industry standard. About 15% of all roofing installations utilize metal materials. Homeowners love metal roofs and it’s easy to see why. A Long List Of Pros Metal roofs have a seriously long-life span. They can last for 40 to 70 years depending on the type…

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9th Oct
Roof Installation

What Goes Into A Roof Installation?

The roof of your home is probably one of the most critical, and overlooked features. Ensuring that your roof is in good condition to withstand all types of bad weather, is crucial to keeping your family safe and secure. If you’re at all concerned about the quality of your roof, there’s no time like the present to get a new…

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25th Sep
Hurricane Roofing

Hurricane Roofing: Be Prepared To Weather Any Storm

Hurricane season is here; is your home prepared? From harsh winds to heavy rains, you want to make sure that every aspect of your home is ready to withstand these elements. One of the most important aspects of your home is your roof: it provides the most protection for both your family and all of your possessions. Hurricane roofing involves…

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18th Sep
Residential Roof Repairs

Common Residential Roof Repairs

It’s safe to say your roof is one of the most important components of your home. It acts as a barrier against rain, heat, and high winds, as well as other potential dangers. Therefore, you must know how to identify any signs of trouble to ensure it continues to protect you and your family. Here is a list of common…

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11th Sep

How To Keep Your Roofing Project On A Budget

No matter how well-made the roof of your home or business may be, wear and tear from weather and time can take a toll on the property. Eventually, your roof may require more extensive repairs, if not a complete replacement. But replacing your roofing while on a budget means you have to be selective about your approach in order to…

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4th Sep
Roof Inspections

Why Regular Roof Inspections Save You Time & Money

With so many areas of a house to maintain, a few things are bound to slip through the cracks. One area you should never let slide? Your roof! You would never leave a hole or leak in your wall, so you shouldn’t leave one in your roof either. The biggest difference between your walls and your roof? You look at…

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31st Aug
Cool Roofs & The Impact They Have On Your Energy Bill

Cool Roofs & The Impact They Have On Your Energy Bill

Summers in Southern Florida are gorgeous but between the rising humidity and temperatures, it is often a better choice to stay inside, (especially given the current COVID-19 pandemic!) What many are unaware of is that our roofs have a lot to do with the temperatures inside our homes and businesses. During the height of summer, it is common for traditional…

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21st Aug
leaking roof

What Can You Do About A Leaking Roof?

A leaking roof spells trouble. Unfortunately, this is not a problem you can deal with by hoping for less rain or by patching the damage, (not that you should ever patch your roof yourself.) What we mean is, a leaking roof can be quite complex, and usually by the time you’ve noticed it, it’s likely to have caused extensive damage…

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14th Aug
home roof repairs

Home Roof Repairs: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

With everything going on in the world and your life at the moment, the condition of your roof may just be the last thing on your mind. The cost and time it can take for home roof repairs to be completed may bump it down to the bottom of your priority list, but this is the wrong mindset to have!…

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7th Aug
commercial roofing

Common Commercial Roofing Issues (& How To Fix Them)

Commercial roofing issues are inevitable. Just like with anything in life, your roof will age over time and wear and tear will start to kick-in. Ignoring these issues is not recommended as they won’t simply go away, and they can end up becoming bigger and even more costly to repair. For example, leaves can start to collect in your gutters…

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