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How Small Repairs Save Big Money on Shingle Roofs

When something is in need of minor repair, we often have a habit of just letting it go. However, this is the last thing you should do when it comes to your shingle roof. If you need shingle roof repair work, you should get it done immediately, no matter how minor the problem appears to be. (more…)
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Common Shingle Repairs From Florida’s Weather

There are an array of roofing issues you may come across as a homeowner during the lifetime of your roof, but some are more common than others. Sooner or later, any roof will need shingle roof repair, whether it comes from everyday wear and tear or weather damage in Florida. But there are several types of shingle roof repairs that happen more often than others. Don't wait too long on repairs, either, or you could end up with more damage and ...
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3 Actions Steps For A Leaky Roof

Any signs or indications of a roof leak - no matter how minor - should be addressed immediately. For one thing, irreversible structural damage may be set in motion already, requiring quick action to minimize total repair costs. Additionally, failure to move forward with a roof leak as soon as it's noticed could violate the terms of your homeowner's insurance policy, leaving you in the lurch when it's time for reimbursement. (more…)
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Juggling Repairs? Start With The Roof

“Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown,” Shakespeare’s Henry IV says. Your home’s crown is its roof, and without proper care, that crown can fail. Beneath the crown of your North Port home is, literally, everything else you own and hold dear. Neglecting roof repair in order to spend money elsewhere is seldom the wisest course. Without the regal crown of a water-resistant, sturdy roof safely keeping wind and water out, the rest of your home will suffer. (more…)
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Why Tile Roof Repairs Require Professional Roofers

Driving around North Port, we can see such a great variety of home styles, we feel glad to be living and working in this area of Florida. One roofing style that stands out, and feels so at home in the North Port area, is tile roofing. With a Spanish Tile or pan tile roof, homes radiate an earthy, cozy charm. Of course, with a tile roof comes the need for tile roof repair. When you find yourself faced with tile roof ...
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The Anatomy of A Roof Valley And What You Need To Know

Most people have probably seen a roof valley without really knowing there was actually a term for it, but there's a pretty good reason for it getting so much attention, since it is one of the most common areas on a roofing system where leaks can occur. A roof valley is that place on a roof where two sections join, and are angled inward, and just by the nature of its physical configuration, it becomes a likely spot for leaks to ...
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2018 Best Proactive Strategies for Roof Repairs

The roof on your commercial property endures a year-round onslaught of extreme weather ranging from blistering sunshine and high humidity to hurricane-force winds and torrential rains. Establishing a proactive strategy for roofing repairs throughout the coming year can help you get the full value from your roofing asset, and provide better protection for your building and its contents. (more…)
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Smooth the Insurance Claim Process NOW Before the Storm

Filing a claim with your homeowner's insurance company after a storm has damaged your roof can be complicated and stressful. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take now to help make the claim process for roofing repairs smoother and less onerous: Check Your Insurance Coverage Once a storm warning or watch is made, your insurance company won't allow you to make changes to your coverage, so now's the time to read through your policy to ensure you're adequately protected, especially for wind ...
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How Time of Year Affects Florida Storms

Here on Florida's Sun Coast, we're used to living with the threat of extreme weather, but the most nerve-racking time of year is the annual hurricane season that runs from June through the end of November. This year's season was marked by above-normal activity that left homeowners across Florida dealing with power outages, flooding, siding and structural damage, ruined gutters and roofing repairs. (more…)
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Lessons Learned — Be Ready for Future Storm Damage Now

When Hurricane Irma was approaching Florida, it wasn't expected to head up the Sun Coast, so many homeowners here were left scrambling to make last-minute storm preparations. Fortunately, we were spared extreme devastation, but the North Port area may not be that lucky when storm season rolls around again. If you look at Irma as a lesson learned, you'll want to make sure your home is protected against storm damage, starting with the most vulnerable structural element: the roof. Here are ...
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