Florida Roofing Contractors

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Florida Roofing Contractors

When roofing or reroofing job is required on your roofing system, and bet you can’t do the job by yourself, it is time that you call roofing contractors. Roofing contractors’ jobs includes, installing roofing system, inspecting the extent of damage, suggest possible remedies, or the very least provides you roofing job estimation. They can tell you which portion of your roof is badly damaged and which one that needs immediate action. They can advice you what materials and roofing products to use. read more

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Fiberglass Roofing

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Fiberglass Roofing

With the advent of more innovative roofing materials, fiberglass roofing is continuously being reinvented and redesigned to add to a wide array of roofing selection in the market these days. Fiberglass was first used in 1938 and as the name denotes, fiberglass is a composition of very fine fibers of glass. It has been a reliable material even in the past because of its malleability or flexibility, meaning it can easily be formed and deformed according to desired composition. It is also durable and can be lightweight, making it easy to handle. read more

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Elk Roofing

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Elk Roofing

A building, be it commercial, industrial or residential will never be complete without its roofs. A large portion of money is apportioned to roofs and other roofing products and services to ensure utmost protection from unwanted effects brought by rain, strong winds and too much heat from the sun. Consumers would always look for products with excellent quality (fire resistant, corrosion resistant), and tested durability. They search and try products that would always give them a value for their money. Roofing products names flooded the market of roofing industry, but only very few are tested and have withstood the discerning demands of the buying public. read more

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Elastomeric Roofing

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Elastomeric Roofing

Elastomeric roofing or rubber roofing, as it is commonly called, is one type of synthetic roofing material that is a composition of recycled rubber. This rubber is being chipped off in the rubber mill and the small chips are mixed with different chemicals to manufacture the RRPV (Recycled Rubber Poyurethane Elastomer) or the EPDM (Ehtylene Propylene Diene Monomer). To be able to come up with ultra violet (UV) filtering ability, manufacturers of rubber roof often add pulverized stone, limestone, or slate to the mixture. It also enhances the look of the material and its durability. read more

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Different Types of Roofing Materials

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Different Types of Roofing Materials

There are different types of roofing materials available in the market today. In choosing the perfect one for your home, factors such as the environment, weather conditions in your locality, aesthetic value and budget are the primary considerations to keep in mind. Although in building your very own abode, every nook and cranny should be deliberated meticulously, your roof should be given topmost importance. So, to aid you in your quest for that perfect roof, here are the different types of roofing materials commonly used today. read more

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Corrugated Roofing

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Corrugated Roofing

A roof is perhaps one of the topmost considerations in building a house. The roof protects the entire building from rain, snow, strong winds and scorching heat of sunlight. Roofs can be made of anything, metal (aluminum, cooper, zinc, tin, galvanized iron), and clay or ceramic (tile, slate or shingle). Some roofs are even made of rubber. The type of roofing materials you want to cover and protect your house depends on your taste, suitability on the house structure and budget. read more

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Corrugated Fiberglass Roofing

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Corrugated Fiberglass Roofing

Any person would be able to conclude that the roof is one of the essential parts of any structure, whether this may be a residential building, a storage shed, a garage or a commercial establishment. In any given structure, corrugated fiberglass roofing is a highly recommended and cost effective alternative to other roofing material available in the market today. read more

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Concrete Roofing

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Concrete Roofing

There have been many developed roofing products nowadays that you can choose to give your home an aesthetic look but on an economical value, or a typical-looking one but with the assurance of a long-lasting on strong framework. Concrete roofing is a common choice of homeowners these days as it offers a well-built foundation for your roofing because of the composition of the material. One may need to consider the cost or expense of using concrete roofing. It is built to last, but you may have to pay the price. read more

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Commercial Roofing

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Commercial Roofing

Small and large-scale businesses more often than not prefer a roofing company that can provide commercial roofing services that would not greatly interfere their regular business operations. There are several roofing contractors that provide special services for commercial properties such as leaving parking lots free of debris and clearing entryways of any obstructions so that your business can run uninterrupted.
There are many types of roofing to choose from for your commercial building. The selection would largely depend on the cost, the slope of your roof, and the weather conditions in your locality.
Asphalt shingles are the most frequently used type of shingles both on residential and commercial roofing structures. Reinforced with wood fibers, fiberglass or some organic materials, asphalt shingles can last to 2-3 decades. Laminated shingles are also made from asphalt but are available in a wider variety of colors and textures that make it appear more expensive shake or slate tiles.
Among the metal products used in roofing materials nowadays for commercial roofing are Steel, Standing Seam, Copper and Metal Tie. If properly installed, metal roofings are expected to last between 30 to 50 years and are significantly cheaper than asphalt shingles. This type of roofing material can withstand the majority of extreme weather but have been known to dent after some time. Cooper is another alternative to consider, although it is much expensive than aluminum. However, with copper roofs, you can expect it to last up to 100 years.
Cedar is the top choice when it comes to wood shakes especially for commercial roofing. Typical cost of wood shake application can run up to 50 higher than other roofing applications. Slate shingles are considerably much heavier and harder to mount. They are also quite fragile but can definitely add beauty and elegance to any structure. read more

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Clay Tile Roofing

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Clay Tile Roofing

The derivation of clay tile roofing can be traced back from China and the Middle East. These two regions influenced and spread the use of the material throughout Asia and Europe. Even up to this time, Europeans have been using clay tiles for their roof and they also introduced this roofing material to the United States around 17th century. Clay tile roofing became famous in the US because of its durability, almost maintenance-free, and heat resistance. read more

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