We offer roof installation for both existing buildings and new constructions. For new buildings, we’ll help you to choose the type of roof that best suits your new home or building. There are a variety of different styles and materials available, so you’re not limited in your options for your new roof.
No matter how long-lasting the roofing materials are or how well a roof is maintained, no roof lasts forever. When it comes time to replace your roof, we also offer roof replacements. We can install the same kind of roof that you had before, or we can help you to choose another material or style for your roof that complements your home or building.
If there’s damage to your roof that isn’t widespread enough to require an entirely new roof, we can provide you with a roof repair. Localized roof damage can occur because of weather or falling debris. Sometimes, it may just happen over time. If you have a shingle roof and the shingles are cracked, curling, or are missing granules, that’s a sign there’s roof damage. Roof damage can cause leaks inside your home, so if you notice water stains on the ceiling of the attic or the ceiling of the top floor of the building, that’s also a sign that a part of your roof has been damaged and requires repair.
Regular roof maintenance involves regularly inspecting a roof, looking for leaks, cracks, or other types of damage. Having a roof regularly inspected can help find problems while they’re small so they can be repaired before they can cause a lot of damage inside the building. While you can do your own roof maintenance, it’s a good idea to hire a professional because we’ll be able to spot problems that a homeowner or building owner may not notice themselves. How often you need your roof inspected depends on the type of building, the roofing materials used, the number of trees near the building, and what weather conditions in the building’s location may be.
If your home or commercial building is located in Florida, then you’ll need to make sure that it’s protected as much as possible from hurricanes. A hurricane involves extremely high-speed winds, torrential rain, floods, storm surges from the ocean, and debris thrown around by the wind. The winds especially can damage a roof by tearing up shingles and tiles, ripping out roof decking, or pulling gutters off the building. Winds can also throw debris, including tree limbs, onto your roof, causing damage to it.
Because of the risk of roof damage that comes with a hurricane, it’s important to prepare your roof before hurricane season arrives. We’ll help you ensure that your roof is ready to withstand a hurricane by recommending the best materials for your roof. Having your roof inspected before hurricane season starts is also a good idea. Repairs can be made before a hurricane hits to ensure that there isn’t pre-existing damage that a hurricane could worsen. There are also other steps that can be taken to prepare your roof for a hurricane, including installing hurricane clips to reinforce the connection between the roof and the walls of the building and putting extra roofing caulk under the edges of shingles to help stop them from lifting up in the high winds of a hurricane.