Is your commercial roof showing red flags that it may be in trouble? A roof is a critical source of protection against harsh environmental elements. It is, therefore, essential to ensure that all parts of the roof are in good shape so that the roof functions as intended.
The time to act is now, and for a limited time, we are offering a Free Drone picture of your home with any roof inspection. This picture is yours to keep, free of charge, and our way of saying “thanks” for the pleasure and opportunity of meeting with you at your home to perform a FREE roof inspection.
You probably have a “TO-DO” list a mile high and struggle with the motivation to cross even the basic, mundane stuff off. I am sure you do not want to spend your afternoon off cleaning gunk out of your gutters-am I right? Does this chore even make your list?
Hurricane season officially began on June 1st and will continue until the end of November. Properties along the east coast are sitting ducks for these extreme weather events for roughly half the year, so owners will need to take precautions to keep their properties safe.
If you are looking for new windows or doors for your home, you know you have the luxury of being able to select from a wide range of windows and doors. While several kinds are available, you should look out for energy-efficient windows and doors.
Metal roofs have been used to cover commercial spaces for decades. The vast majority of these roofs are made from steel, aluminum or copper. These materials offer many advantages over other roofing materials such as shingles. Let's take a look at some of the benefits of using metal roofing.
A building permit gives you legal permission to start construction of a building project. Basically, a permit is the city's way of recognizing you are changing or adding a structure or system in your home and assuring that this work complies with all city and state codes.
While insurers are encouraged to file their insurance claims in a timely manner after a weather event, sometimes damage is not discovered until long after the storm has passed. The deadline for filing a Hurricane Irma insurance claim is September 10th, 2020.
This a great time to Go Solar, and there is no better time than when you need a new roof. Great incentives are available from Federal, State & Local sources, plus Sun Coast Roofing & Solar will add-on a $1,000 coupon, when you install an integrated solar roofing system with us.
What is a deductible? A deductible is the amount of money you have to pay up front in order for your insurance company to pay you the remaining monies to make the claim whole. When purchasing insurance you are asking the insurance company to "have your back" if you suffer damages that could hurt you financially.
Do you know about the Florida 25% Rule regarding roofing? Your insurance company sure does not want you to know about it. The 25% rule can have a major impact on how much you can claim from your insurance company after an event, such as a hurricane or even a hail storm.
Sometimes it can be difficult to assess the health of your roof by simply looking at it from the ground. A damage or a deterioration that may look minor from the outside, as you shuttle your kids back and forth from the driveway and into the house, glancing at the rooftop – may actually be quite major on a closer look.
So finally, you have decided to install a new roof for your home. With the decision, comes the conundrum that which type of roof should you select for your re-roofing project.