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Everything You Need to Know About Commercial Roofing in Southwest Florida

Here, you’ll find news about Target Roofing & Sheet Metal, as well as information we know will be valuable to our customers and partners.

Returning Snowbirds Benefit When Property Managers are Proactive

Seasonal residents returning to Florida for the winter will primarily focus their attention on the inside of their homes or condominiums. They’ll make sure the A/C system, appliances and smoke alarms are in working order, and probably will throw linens in the washer and restock the fridge. They’ll restart a newspaper subscription and make sure cable, telephone and Internet services are restored. Then, they’ll sit back and enjoy life as a snowbird! One item that likely isn’t on

Gulfshore Business Honors Target Roofing President with 40 Under 40 Award

Gulfshore Business Honors Target Roofing President with 40 Under 40 Award Gulfshore Business has named Casey Crowther, president of Target Roofing & Sheet Metal, to its prestigious 40-under-40 list for 2019. Gulfshore Business has been recognizing 40 individuals under 40 years of age annually since 2003, profiling some of Southwest Florida’s top rising stars. The write up about Casey included his advice to the next generation of young leaders: “Get into an industry that you’re passionate about and

Target Roofing Delivers Hurricane Dorian Relief Supplies to Bahamas

The team at Target Roofing is heartbroken at the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Immediately after the storm hit the island nation and the magnitude of destruction became apparent, we began exploring ways that we could help both as a company and as individuals. “We’ve been through many hurricanes and tropical storms in Southwest Florida, but nothing compares to the total devastation we saw in the Bahamas,” said Target Roofing President Casey Crowther. “People

Target Roofing celebrates team for Construction Appreciation Week

National Construction Appreciation Week is Sept. 16-20, a period “celebrating the people who build America.” Across Southwest Florida, and here at Target Roofing, we have plenty of reasons to celebrate. Locally, 8.2% of the working population is employed in the construction industry, doubling the national rate of 4.1%. Construction is the fourth-largest occupational group locally, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, trailing only office/administrative support, sales and food preparation/service. The U.S. Census Bureau ranked the Cape

Free download: Target Roofing’s hurricane checklist for Florida roofs

Target Roofing has repaired and replaced hundreds of roofs following hurricanes, tropical storms and severe weather in Florida. Our team has seen firsthand the damage that Mother Nature can cause. Although we can’t stop hurricanes from hitting the Sunshine State, there are steps that property managers, property owners and associations can take to be better prepared the next time Florida falls into the cone of uncertainty. The experts at Target Roofing have developed a to-do list to make sure you

Hurricane predictions a reminder to prepare your roof ahead of the storm

As we approach the second anniversary of Hurricane Irma on Sept. 10, the powerful Category 4 storm remains etched into our memories. But before Irma there was Wilma, and before Wilma there was Charley, and before Charley there was Donna. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 42 hurricanes and tropical storms have come within 100 miles of Sanibel Island over the past 100 years. The graphic attached to this blog might resemble a game of Pick-Up Sticks, but