A Risky Decision
The decision to replace your roof is one that should not be taken lightly. Homeowners in South Florida typically undergo extensive research online to learn how to engage the process, however, roofing in South Florida is vastly different from other parts of the country due to state and local regulation and building codes.
What Type of Roof is Best?
This is a question that is commonly asked but does not have a perfect answer. We believe the best type of roof is the one that best matches the architecture of your home. Tile and metal roofs can only be installed on roof slopes 2/12 or greater and cannot be installed on flat roofs. They both can last between 20-30 years and are comparable in resistance to high-speed winds.
The Roofing Experience
The homeowner’s experience with the roofing company they select for the project is not limited to the 6-8 weeks it takes to get the roof installed. It is a 10-20 year relationship with the company that will warranty the roof over its lifespan. Homeowners should be mindful of this when interviewing potential contractors.
Decide on Peace of Mind & Low-Risk
Due to the multitude of variables involved in the roofing process, the likelihood of unforeseen conditions and costs, and the high-risk nature of roofing in South Florida, the key is selecting a company you trust. We recommend establishing your level of trust by the professionalism, experience, and transparency of the companies you consider for the project.
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