Hurricanes are common in Florida, particularly during fall. Luckily, most modern roofing systems are designed to withstand hurricane winds and heavy downpours with little or no lasting effect. Occasionally, however, some homes might find their roofs have some serious storm damage as soon
The fall season is in full swing in Florida, and with it comes some pretty nasty weather, at least as far as your roof is concerned. So before you need to contact your local storm damage restoration company, it’s best to know a thing or two about how to keep your asphalt shingles in good
Whether you have a residential roofing system or a commercial flat roof, it can’t be helped that problems will pop every once in a while. Minor issues can be somewhat simple to resolve and some of them may even be avoided altogether with a few good habits and adequate roofing maintenance.
Hiring a roofing contractor to handle all your repair or replacement needs is no small thing. Roof work, no matter how small, can be on the expensive side, so when you contact a contractor for a job, it only makes sense that you would want to get the most value from your investment.
Some types of roofing damage are not hard to ignore, such as leaks and wet spots. However, there are other and more common types of roofing damage that are a bit harder to notice, often requiring an experienced shingle and metal roofing professional to find and fix.