Roofing Risks To Be Aware Of

Often times, customers don’t think about roofing problems unless they are already noticing them. From leaks, or paint peeling inside, there are a multitude of things that can go wrong with your roof. We’re here to tell you some of the leading causes of roofing issues, as well as some of the signs that your roof might need a roofing professional to look at. (more…)

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Spring Care for Your Roof

Every season in the year brings with it unique hazards and challenges for Orlando roofers, and spring can be the most tricky of them to be prepared for. Chances are, if your roof had small issues before winter, that your roof is probably a little worse for wear going into this next season. Water, temperature changes, and ice can wreak havoc on all types of roofing. (more…)

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Different Types of Shingles

When doing a roofing project or roof repair, one of the things to consider is what sort of shingle you want to use. While all function the same way, there are some unique differences depending on the type of shingle that you choose. Whether they are asphalt, wood, metal, slate, or tile, we want you to know that there some advantages and disadvantages to each kind. (more…)

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Precautions to be taken when on roof

Roofing is a risk-oriented job, which includes high risks and hazards. Before getting on to the work it’s very important to ensure the safety of those involved in working. Many accidents occur even after implementing various safety measures and there, the villain is carelessness and over confidence. Maybe you are a trained worker may be you are used of being on the roof for a long while, that never means you can ignore the possibilities of hazards. (more…)

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Prepare Your Roof for Hurricane Season

If you are living near the coast in the United States, then you know better than anyone else that hurricane season can do a number on your home. Hurricanes are some of the strongest weather systems on the planet and in the United States they can affect states from Maine all the way to Texas. Hurricanes can drop large amounts of rain in a short amount of time, cause major flooding and bring storm surges right to the shorelines. Most of the time, the high winds are noticeable days before the hurricane hits and then they are amplified once the storm is closer to land. (more…)

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Why are there raccoons on my roof?

This might seem like a funny question, but if you live somewhere that raccoons are getting close to the residential areas, it is not. Raccoons are going to arrive in short order if there is a reason and the biggest reason is food. That does not mean that they are looking for food on your roof, but your roof might have been the easiest way out of a tree that is nearby. (more…)

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