Everything You Need to Know About Commercial Roofing in Southwest Florida
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Southwest Florida’s climate isn’t kind to your roof. Hurricanes, tropical storms, sunshine, heat and humidity take a toll on area roofs. If you’ve noticed a leak, missing tiles or shingles, mildew or mold and other structural concerns, you might need to consider repairing or replacing your roof. This might be first time you’ve had to deal with your insurance company or a roofing company. For us, it’s not. Target Roofing & Sheet Metal is
Target Roofing & Sheet Metal goes above and beyond by investing in state-of-the-art technology and equipment. These assets empower us to deliver roofing products and services with speed and efficiency. We create products most companies must outsource, and we own equipment others rent. This speeds production and delivery immensely! We pass these cost savings on to you, and you benefit from the resulting quality control. CRM - We utilize a state-of-the-art software specifically designed for the roofing industry. Plus,
With over 25 years of hands-on experience all over Southwest Florida, Target Roofing is no stranger to the fundamentals surrounding commercial roofing technique and style. The key components to our success rely on our passion and dedication to our customer's needs and property requirements. At Target, we utilize top-of-the-line equipment and technology to advise you on the roofing system sufficient to surpass your expectations while still meeting your budget. With unpredictable hurricane seasons, record breaking temperatures and natural wear and
Rebuilding A nationally recognized blue ribbon school, St. Francis Xavier Catholic school works each day to improve the lives of the children attending, with a spiritual and educational message ringing through the halls. But when Hurricane Irma passed through Southwest Florida in late 2017, the school sustained damage to their classroom materials, media center, after-care facility, their roof and more. In the aftermath of the storm, faculty, parents and students are coming together to do their part in helping to