Roofing Company Florida
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Metal Roofing: What You Need to Know

Metal roofing is an increasingly popular roofing material here in Gainesville, FL, and the surrounding area. As a result of its growing popularity over the last decade, there are now more colors and designs available than ever. Read on to learn why metal roofing has become more popular and what advantages it provides over other […]

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Residential Roofing—New Roof in St. Augustine

Why You Should Get Rid of Roof Algae

Gainesville’s warm, humid climate makes many asphalt shingle roofs in our area prone to growing roof algae, a “junk drawer” term for a vast group of diverse photosynthetic organisms. They’re common in nature and we often see them thriving in warm, wet locations. Although they’re perfectly fine in their natural habitat, you don’t want algae […]

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Parts of a Roof

Where to Save and Where to Splurge on Your Roof

When it comes to our homes, there are certain parts we want to splurge on, like the foundation, framing, windows, and the roof because cutting corners or costs in these areas can be detrimental to our home’s structural integrity. Although the roof as a whole isn’t an area we want to skimp on, there are […]

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Roofing Emergencies: What Are the Signs?

When it comes to our homes, we all know some issues don’t need to be resolved right away. For example, if one of the light bulbs in your chandelier is out, you probably don’t need to drop everything you’re doing to replace it. However, when it comes to areas of your home like your roof, […]

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How Roofing Has Changed in the Last Decade

Can you remember when there were fewer options for consumers than today? Technology, innovation, and opportunity drive change across every industry and commodity — roofing is no exception. Read on to learn how roofing has changed in the last decade and what the changes mean for homeowners. How Roofing Has Changed Roofing has changed significantly […]

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More Than Price: Choosing the Right Roofing Company

When deciding on any product or service, we often consider many factors. For the average consumer, price is generally the most important factor for determining which to choose. However, is it best to shop around on price alone? Let us consider the adage, “You get what you pay for.” Its application is no different with […]

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What Makes a Roof Energy-Efficient and Why Is That Beneficial?

The answer to this question may seem somewhat obvious, but it’s still worth asking. Thanks to technological advancement, our society is becoming increasingly more efficient and sustainable. One way we’re able to decrease energy costs and reduce environmental impacts is by outfitting our homes with new energy-efficient roofs. In other words, having an energy-efficient roof […]

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A Guide to Your Home’s Gutters: How They Keep Your Roof Healthy

Gutters may be the unsung heroes of your new roof for various reasons. And while they may seem inconsequential, if they are improperly cared for, they can cause more harm than good to your home. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to keep them working properly and protect your new roof installed by McFall […]

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Your Guide to Hiring a Roofing Contractor

Few features of your home are more important than the roof. A properly installed roof can protect your home from the elements, reduce energy costs, improve curb appeal, and even lower your insurance premium. When it’s time for a new roof, it’s especially important to select the right roofing contractor. Read on as we outline […]

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Repairing vs. Replacing Your Roof: Which Is Better for Your Home?

Repairing vs. Replacing Your Roof: Which Is Better for Your Home? Spotting signs that your roof is not in great condition is easy — you may notice water spots on your interior walls and ceilings or loose shingles in your yard. Knowing whether your roof can be repaired or should be replaced entirely is a […]

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