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Fascia is a band of trim that runs along the edge of a roof, typically at the eaves. It is usually made of wood, vinyl, aluminum, or composite materials and is used to cover the end of rafters or trusses and hide the edges of the roof decking. It also helps to protect the underlying structure from the elements.

Whether it’s hurricanes, high temperatures, humidity, or hailstorms, the sunshine state is quite the spot to encourage roof problems among other home damage. The most common problems reported are:

  • Long Term Wear
  • Leaks
  • Damaged Shingles
  • Ponding
  • Structural Damage
  • Blow-Offs
  • Damaged Flashing, Gutters, and Downspouts
  • Damaged Skylights

If you notice these problems, give us a quick all at 1-866-259-2364! A neglected roof leaves your home vulnerable. Our team is experienced in roofing problems, both large and small. If your roof damage is a result of a recent bad storm, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for the help you need.

The lifespan of a roof actually depends on the materials used to create the roofing system you have in place. These following roofs all offer different benefits and vary in durability:

Asphalt Roll- This type of roof is actually made up of rolls of the same material that composes single asphalt shingles. Since it’s in the form of a roll, it’s easier to install and can last up to five to ten years.

Asphalt Single Shingle- These shingles feature a fiberglass or organic base that’s combined with asphalt. Organic asphalt shingles are covered with pieces of quartz, ceramic, or even slate. This popular roofing material is slated to last about 15 to 40 years.

Clay or Cement Tile- These are both extremely strong and durable materials that are made to last for several years. Though they require special installation, these materials are worth it as the roof can last up to 100 years or more.

Wood Shingle- Created from natural wood such as pine or cedar, there’s a natural and woodsy element added to your home when selecting this option. Wood shingles can last up to 30 years or longer depending on the type of climate the house is exposed to.

When you select asphalt roofing, your home is truly in for a treat! We work with Landmark® and other high-quality brands, so you’re instantly in good hands with a reliable product that will not only protect your home but will give it the stylish look you desire.

These brands offer the heaviest weight and widest selection of color options. By choosing this type of shingle, homeowners are able to redesign the look of your home with confidence and ease.

These are a few of the additional benefits these shingles offer:

  • Cost-effective
  • Durable
  • Easy to Maintain

Shingle Styles

  1. Asphalt Shingles 
  2. Wood Shingles 
  3. Synthetic Shingles 
  4. Clay and Concrete Tiles
  5. Slate Shingles 
  6. Solar Shingles 
  7. Metal Shingles

The best roofing shingle for your home will depend on your budget, the local climate, and the style of your home. Certain roofing shingles are better suited for extreme climates or certain types of roofs. Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular and affordable options and come in a variety of styles and colors. Metal roofing, tile, and slate are also popular roofing options. It is best to consult a professional roofing contractor to help you select the best roofing shingle for your home.

Color matters for curb appeal! We suggest going with a color that pairs well with your house and personal style preference. For instance, if your house resonates with the colors such as white, grey, or blue, then opt for grey or black for a subtle contrast. Our team offers a wide range of colors for your roofing needs from the following brands (but not limited to):

  • CertainTeed® Shingle Colors
  • Landmark® Series Asphalt Shingles
  • Landmark Pro® Series Asphalt Shingles

Still unsure about what color shingle to select? Don’t hesitate to call us today at 1-866-259-2364. Our highly trained team of professionals are here and ready to assist as needed.

Roofing Services

  1. Identify the source of the leak. If the leak is hard to identify, try to narrow it down to a specific area. 
  2. Repair any damage to the roof. Remove any damaged shingles and inspect the underlying roofing material for damage. 
  3. Patch the leak. This can be done by using roofing tar, a roofing patch, or shingle patch material. 
  4. Apply a waterproof sealant. This will help keep moisture out and prevent future leaks. 5. Clean up any remaining debris. 
  5. Inspect the roof regularly. Regular inspections can help identify small problems before they become bigger issues.

Give us a call at 1-866-259-2364! We’ll be there to assist you as soon as we can, and we’ll determine the best course of action for your current situation. Leaks normally occur when there is heavy, severe storm occurring, and those are no stranger to the state of Florida!

In the meantime, take the following actions:

  • Stop the water damage with a temporary covering
  • Contain the water to stop the spread
  • Remove signs of the leak as the water starts to slow
  • Call your insurance agent to know your options

If you haven’t encountered a leak, that’s great! Here are a few ways to prevent them, so they won’t become a future issue:

  • Trim the trees surrounding your house
  • Keep all gutters and downspouts clean
  • Make sure there are no issues with collars and flashing

So, when do you know when you need a new roof? These are several signs that indicate that your current roof needs some TLC:

  • Shingles are curled or cupped
  • Noticeable bald spots showing granules missing
  • Noticeable cracked shingles
  • Visually old and worn in spots
  • Homes around you are making roof updates (Homes in the same vicinity are usually built around the same time.)
  • Dark streaks are present
  • Signs of moss

By neglecting an update on a roof with the above issues, it could result in potential new ones. Don’t delay and jeopardize the overall health of your home!

Great news! All of our estimates are 100% free! We understand that you’re making an important investment in your home, and we want to make the decision as hassle-free as possible. This is why we also tailor all estimates to the needs of our client.

Our team also understands that all homes are unique, so each estimate should be personalized to each customer’s individual desires. Interested in your very own cost summary? All you have to do is contact us, and we’ll do all the work to get you a completely FREE estimate as quick as possible!

Roofing Warranty

A quality service isn’t complete without a warranty. Therefore, we offer warranties for both our roofing and skylight services.

In the roofing department, we have an array of options that are perfect for every need. While some begin at five years, we have others that range up to 50 years! All options can be found here, and we give you the freedom to choose which one works best for you.

In terms of a skylight service warranty, we offer an amazing option that complements our one-of-kind skylight service.

These are its top four features:

  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Federal tax refund
  • 10 years of continuous protection
  • Money savings

Skylight Services

Luckily, there are some telling signs that will indicate you have a potential skylight problem and may require a repair:

  • Damaged flashing due to exterior conditions, such as weather
  • Roof cement was already used as a limited time fix
  • Poor installation
  • Blocked weep holes around perimeter of glass

In the event that you notice these issues, do not ignore them. Skylight repair is less costly than a full replacement.

Even your skylight will need to be replaced at some point. A skylight is a beautiful addition to any home, so don’t neglect it when you notice these signs:

  • It’s over 10 years old
  • The skylight is discolored or displaying a yellow tinge
  • There are cracks on the glass
  • Leaks are evident
  • Noticeable condensation
  • You’re already opting for a roof replacement
  • There is new technology you desire

A damaged or old skylight should be treated with the same care as an old roof. Don’t ignore these signs, or they result in future potential problems.

For more information on skylight repair/installation and how to schedule a free consultation, please visit our website.


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