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  • Hurricane Tips From Your Tampa Roofing Contractor: Prepping

Hurricane Tips From Your Tampa Roofing Contractor: Prepping (Part 1)

Taking measures to protect your commercial property in Tampa is important if you want to make sure that it gets through hurricane season. […]

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  • Maintaining Your Commercial TPO Roofing System

Maintaining Your Commercial TPO Roofing System

If you do not know a TPO roof from a gingerbread house, you may be missing out on a great solution to Tampa’s tremendous heat and blazing sun. […]

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  • 3 Ways Florida Weather Wears At Your Flat Roof

3 Ways Florida Weather Wears At Your Flat Roof

Effective roof maintenance is key to preventing Florida’s worst weather from affecting your flat roof. […]

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  • Proper Planning Can Prevent Emergency Roof Repair

Proper Planning Can Prevent Emergency Roof Repair

You no doubt have seen the sign in businesses like copy centers and freight shipping offices: “Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.” […]

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  • How Tampa Roofing Contractors Prep A Roof For Summer

How Tampa Roofing Contractors Prep A Roof For Summer

Just as the kids are getting out of school with dreams of carefree days ahead, a conscientious Tampa roofing contractor can use the early days of summer to educate local commercial building owners about the brutal realities of Tampa’s summer rainy season. […]

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  • Vital elements connected to flat roof functionality

Vital Elements Connected To Flat Roof Functionality

Any of Tampa’s amazing physical therapists will tell you that your body is a finely tuned, balanced system. When one little part — your lower back, an ankle, or a hamstring — goes out, your whole body gets out of whack. The same is true of your commercial flat roof. It is an integrated system of many interconnected parts, and each part has a role to play in keeping your Tampa business dry, climate-controlled, and safe. […]

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  • Miracle Roofs Come From Manageable Maintenance

Miracle Roofs Come From Manageable Maintenance

What Jadev Payeng has done, he did not do in a day. Payeng has single-handedly planted a forest larger than New York City’s Central Park on an island in a river in India. He has been at this task every day since 1979. You visit the island and you see a forest; you do not see the daily work Payeng put into his labor of love. This is equally true with a commercial roof maintenance plan. You may not notice how your company’s “miracle roof” got that way if you never noticed (or knew about) the roof maintenance plan involved. […]

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  • 3 Questions to ask your tampa Roofer before storm season

3 Questions to Ask Your Tampa Roofer Before Storm Season

No Tampa roofing contractor can work in this area without encountering the effects of our local storm season. From June through November, our region is exposed to the Atlantic Ocean’s harshest hurricanes, but in between the heavy weather we also face thunderstorms, sudden showers, and rainy days. The Tampa Bay Times predicts a strong 2018 hurricane season just one year after “one of the most devastating seasons on record.” All that precipitation combines with high winds to wreak havoc on a commercial roof. […]

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  • Keeping Leaks At Bay Through Florida Seasons

Keeping Leaks At Bay Through Florida Seasons

A basic principle of physics is thermal expansion. When materials heat up, they gain energy and expand. This is as true of steel as it is of single-ply roofing membranes like PVC. Materials also shrink in cold weather. This constant expansion and contraction can wreak havoc with roofing materials. Although Tampa-area roofs seldom suffer freezing temperatures, Tampa’s four seasons can lead to roof leaks without regular roof maintenance. […]

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  • Preparing Your Roof For Tampa's Rainy Season

Preparing Your Roof For Tampa’s Rainy Season

Tampa enjoys plenty of sunshine, making the area one of the nation’s best travel and living destinations. It also, though, has plenty of rain, especially during our rainy season where August can give us almost daily rainfall, as reported by Trip Savvy. Your commercial roof has to be ready for the rainy season, so that means roof repair, inspection and maintenance well before the deluge comes. […]

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