Hurricane Matthew Has Passed. Here’s What You Need to Know About Your Roof

Hurricane Matthew has come and gone, leaving a big mess behind it. Hopefully all is well at your home, but for many here in Tampa, now is the time to start assessing your damages. We wanted to take a moment to say a word about that, because we know many homeowners will, sadly, make mistakes …

Important Fall Maintenance Reminders from Done Rite Roofing

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Back-to-school billboards are appearing all over Clearwater. Clearly fall is here, but school supplies aren’t the only thing that should be on your mind. This is a good idea to do some routine home maintenance tasks. Clean Your Gutters If you’re a homeowner, you should be grabbing a ladder and some gloves so you can …

What Does It Mean to Be an Owens Corning Platinum-Preferred Contractor?

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If you poke around our website long enough, you will find out that Done Rite Roofing is an Owens Corning Platinum-Preferred Contractor. But what does that mean, exactly, and why should it convince you to call us for an estimate? We’ll break it down for you. It means a third party has checked the quality …

Bad Contractors Continue to Plague Florida Homeowners

Buyer, beware. There are still a lot of Florida contractors out there who are neither properly licensed, nor properly insured. Lakeland police just arrested 8 of these bozos. Only one of the contractors in this case had workman’s compensation insurance. And he was still unlicensed! Meanwhile, in Hillsborough County, a scammer promised a roof repair, …

Licensed, Bonded, and Insured—What Does it Actually Mean?

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You’ve probably seen the phrase on a dozen contractor websites. “Licensed, bonded, and insured.” These words are usually thrown out there like they are some sort of major selling point. But what does this phrase actually mean? Hint: none of these things are actually selling points. They are the bare minimum standards that any roofer …