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In the more commercial side of the city, you may notice that most buildings would prefer to use a flat roof instead of the traditional pitched design we are used to in residential properties. If you ask your local commercial roofing contractor, they would tell you about the different benefits of having a flat roof, which may even help you decide to have it on your own property.

With the multitude of licensed roofers in the greater Florida area, how would you know which ones are the best? You can browse their website, see the services that they offer and the awards they have received, but are their statements real? In this case, the best thing to look for are testimonials from their previous customers.

While it’s always satisfying to do work around the house, the roof is one of the few things you should leave to the professionals, especially if you're planning roof replacement or repair work. Apart from the dangers, poor workmanship can lead to more critical problems.

Roof replacement and repair are inevitable events that you’ll eventually have to do at some point in your roofing’s life span. The difficulty here isn’t actually doing the project, but planning and preparing for it. In this post, Universal Roof and Contracting discusses how to prepare for your upcoming roof repair project.

Commercial roofs tend to be more durable than their residential counterparts, but their higher tolerance doesn’t mean they’re immune to damage. Keeping your commercial roof in good condition does more than just preserve its looks; it also ensures the security of your investment.

The roof is one of the most expensive parts of the home to repair or replace. It’s also one of the most complicated, so it’s necessary to work with a local roofing contractor to ensure the success of your project. But, local knowledge isn’t the only thing you should look at when hiring a roofer.