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Hail yes! Even in Florida, hail can damage your roof

2019-08-20T10:18:59-04:00

Southwest Florida is known for its year-round sunshine, warm temperatures and calm breezes. Unfortunately, we’re also known for severe thunderstorms. Locals have come to expect torrential rainfall, lightning and frightening claps of thunder, but few realize that hail can – and does – fall in Florida. A storm in March 2019 covered a town in

Hail yes! Even in Florida, hail can damage your roof2019-08-20T10:18:59-04:00

Business Observer recognizes Target Roofing as Top 500 Company

2019-08-20T10:14:32-04:00

Business Observer magazine released its annual publication recognizing the “Top 500 Companies on the Gulf Coast,” and once again Target Roofing & Sheet Metal earned a spot on a list that essentially is a who’s who of businesses from Naples through Tampa Bay, including inland communities. Target Roofing was ranked No. 236 for 2019. The

Business Observer recognizes Target Roofing as Top 500 Company2019-08-20T10:14:32-04:00

Safety first: How we roof during Florida’s rainy season

2019-08-30T15:52:57-04:00

Schools and parks across Southwest Florida are equipped with lightning detection systems that warn athletes, students, coaches, teachers, parents and fans that foul weather is approaching. Lee County’s Earth Networks lightning alert system, for example, activates whenever lightning is detected within a 10-mile radius. County regulations require that everyone take immediate shelter until an all-clear

Safety first: How we roof during Florida’s rainy season2019-08-30T15:52:57-04:00

Flat roofs in Florida require precision, special attention

2019-07-05T15:41:54-04:00

Nearly all residential homes being built today have pitched, or sloped, roofs. This allows rainwater to run downhill, into gutters, through downspouts and away from a home’s foundation. Quickly channeling water off a rooftop eliminates the potential for pooled water, which can lead to problems like mold and algae growth, wood rot and deterioration of

Flat roofs in Florida require precision, special attention2019-07-05T15:41:54-04:00

The Florida Building Code and its 25% replacement rule

2019-08-30T13:23:45-04:00

 Hurricane Irma caused an estimated $50 billion in damage, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It was the fifth-costliest U.S. hurricane on record, and a sizable chunk of that estimate is attributed to roof damage. As Southwest Florida residents can attest, some homes and businesses had their roofs quickly replaced or repaired,

The Florida Building Code and its 25% replacement rule2019-08-30T13:23:45-04:00
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