10 Most Common Roofing Problems

Every homeowner in South Florida understands their roof may need occasional maintenance and potential replacement due to damage, deterioration, and just plain old age. From small leaks to major cracking, we’ll help you identify and address the ten most common roofing problems in Miami. 1. Roof Leaks Roof leaks are the most common problem reported … Continue Reading »

Flat Roof – A Roofing Guide

Whether you are choosing a roof design for a new home, or replacing a current flat roof, we’ll help answer many of your flat roof-related questions.

2014 Hurricane Season Tips to Remember

  The 2014 Hurricane Season is here through November 30th and T&S Roofing Systems has South Florida’s tips to remember for the season: BEFORE a hurricane you should… • Build an emergency aid kit, and evacuation plans with your family. • Prepare 2-3 days of ready to eat meals. • Cover all your windows. Permanent … Continue Reading »

No Roof Left Behind

Sometimes bad things happen to good people. We have all been there, but for the most part we are able to overcome these challenging struggles after some time. For some families, however, that time feels like it may never come. In today’s economy many families have been affected to the point where they have either … Continue Reading »

How much does a new roof cost in Miami?

  It is said that the most important part of your house is your roofing in Miami, and undoubtedly there is no greater investment towards your home than that of a new roof. There are many reasons as to why you may need a new roof. These may include: natural disasters that can cause severe … Continue Reading »

South Florida Hurricane Preparedness Guide 2013

  Tropical Cyclones, or Hurricanes as they are generally called, are rapidly-rotating storm systems characterized by a low-pressure center, strong winds, and a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce heavy rain. Common during South Florida’s summers, Hurricanes are not only life threatening storms but can also cause serious property damage and hazards such as flooding, … Continue Reading »

Rain Season is Here

Rain season is a catch 22 for roofing contractors. When it rains heavily, many homeowners notice new evidence of roof leaks from ceiling stains, swollen drywall, or even a sense of humidity in the house. Although roofing companies get drenched with new estimate requests, we get substantially delayed from the weather not allowing roof work … Continue Reading »

Pros and cons of different roof types

There are not many options when it comes to residential roofing in miami or roofing in ft lauderdale. The common choices are between shingle, tile, and metal. Unless, of course, if you have a flat roof, in which case you will have many more options. We will get into flat roofing systems later. Shingle roofs … Continue Reading »