Preparing Your Roof For The Rainy Season

It’s important to prepare both your roof and your gutters for Florida’s rainy season. During this time, you can expect to receive 26.8 inches of rain, which accounts for about 70% of the year’s rainfall. Preparing for Wind and Floods Florida’s landscape makes flooding a major issue, especially for those living in southern Florida. This …

Tips for Stringing up Your Christmas Lights Without Damaging Your Roof

For those who’ve seen National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, it’s nearly impossible to think about hanging Christmas lights on your roof without thinking about their comedic falls. While this is funny to watch, it isn’t funny when it happens to you. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do so you don’t personally recreate this …

How Different Roofing Materials Withstand Florida’s Climate

Roofing durability should be an obvious concern, regardless of what type of building you own. It makes perfect sense to want to know how long your roof is going to last because when it fails, your structure will also fail. It doesn’t matter how well it’s built, you’ll still have problems. For this reason, you …