It's summer in Florida, and everyone is trying to find the best ways to avoid those higher energy bills that come with higher temps. And residents in Kissimmee have already broke a record in electricity consumption just a month into the summer. And what is...

You have made the step in deciding to get a new roof, and chances are it is your first time. You'll need to hire the best person for the job to ensure that your roofing project is successful. So how do you decide who's the...

You might be wondering why commercial properties prefer flat roofs. It might not seem effective in a residential setting. However, the truth is that the flat roof provides several important benefits to the companies and property owners. Read on to see what it means to use flat roofs as told by your trusted commercial roofing contractor, Universal Roof and Contracting.

Although insulation plays a key role in keeping the commercial roof healthy and secure, so does ventilation. Unfortunately, most property owners see ventilation as a secondary thing, which means most commercial roofs aren’t properly ventilated.

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.