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So you’ve narrowed down your roofing priorities to longevity, curb appeal, and even minimal maintenance. In this case, we have little doubt that a metal roofing system is on your mind and — depending on your dream home — maybe already in your heart. In that...

After a hurricane has damaged your roof, speed is of the essence. If there are holes or leaks, you’ll want to place buckets or pots beneath them to trap falling water. Also, remove any valuables from your attic (so long as it’s safe), cordon off any...

The importance of hurricane preparedness cannot be overstated, and while it’s important to keep your documents, evacuation routes, emergency kits, and other plans in order, it’s equally important to strengthen your home, attend to any unfinished home projects, and understand what steps to take to...

It’s the time of the year that we start to see hurricanes forming the most. In fact, we have ongoing three consecutive years of hurricane landfall in Florida in the month of September. If you aren’t already, it’s beneficial to be as prepared as far...

Cleaning your roof can not only make it look better, but can extend its life too. Whether your roof is brand-new or years old, here’s what you can to do to keep it in the best possible shape to prevent having to replace it prematurely. Trimming...

Condensation can be a problem for both your roof and attic. In this blog, Universal Roof and Contracting takes an in-depth look at roof and attic condensation, its effects and how it should be addressed without resorting to an unplanned roof replacement. What Causes Indoor Condensation? Indoor...