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How To Budget For Inevitable Flat Roof Replacement

By |December 3rd, 2018|

How to budget for inevitable flat roof replacement

The roof replacement cycle in the Fort Lauderdale area is much shorter than the ideal cycle projected by roofing manufacturers.

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How to Hear Your Roof When It’s Begging for Your Help

By |May 29th, 2017|

 How to Hear Your Roof When It's Begging for Your Help

A Zen koan, or mystical proverb, asks you to tell the sound of one hand clapping. Koans are not meant to have literal answers, but your roof may be silently signalling distress as “loudly” as the sound of that one hand clapping. (more…)

What You Need to Know about HVHZ Roofing

By |March 6th, 2017|

What You Need to Know about HVHZ Roofing Besides abundant sunshine and tourists, Fort Lauderdale gets more than its share of hurricanes. This is why High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) roofing is built into Florida’s building codes. Changes within the past five years have highlighted Fort Lauderdale’s dubious distinction of being in the area that can experience the very highest wind speeds. Knowing what an HVHZ roof encompasses could help prevent lasting damage to your Fort Lauderdale business from the next hurricane to hit. (more…)

When Is It Time For A New Roof?

By |November 21st, 2016|

When Is It Time For A New Roof?

A new commercial roof is an expensive proposition. No building owner wants to spend capital on a new roof if the old one can serve another year, or two, or…Yet the time will come when your old roof is sending clear signs that replacement is necessary. Just as spending money needlessly is not good, neither is neglecting an old roof whose failure could close your business. (more…)

What You Need to Know about Your Palm Beach Commercial Roof

By |October 10th, 2016|

What You Need to Know about Your Palm Beach Commercial Roof

A stretch of West Palm Beach is zoned “mixed use” by the Palm Beach County Department of Planning, Zoning, and Building, which means your commercial property could be a block away from residential homes, or share an adjoining ally with other local businesses. (more…)