They can be easy to forget and neglect, but your gutters’ importance to your building cannot be understated. They control the flow of rainwater to protect your property both inside and out, but when they’re clogged with debris, they can quickly turn from a necessity to an expensive disaster.
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We’ve seen countless tropical storms pass through our hometowns in recent years, and the experts say that they’ll only get worse in the future. As a homeowner, how can you protect your house and assets from calamity?
We’ll start by saying this: calling a Professional Roofer to inspect your roof is the best decision you can make. At Hi-Rise, we even offer a free roofing inspection.
Now that that’s out of the way, we’ll be realistic.
Some like the cozy, fairytale-esque look of moss overtaking a roof. Others think it looks aesthetically displeasing. Here in South Florida, it’s a phenomenon that homeowners have dealt with for generations.
The roof over your head could be costing more money to cool your home or commercial building than you realize.
Here in “The Sunshine State,” this is especially true.
As a building owner, there are so many things that demand your attention on a day-to-day basis. Between juggling the needs of tenants, keeping up with all the fixed costs, and making sure your company stays afloat, one thing that can get overlooked is building maintenance.
For both commercial and residential roofing, the renovation process can be a lengthy and thorough process. For starters, you have to juggle advice from your insurance company, your bank, and roofing contractors.
When looking for the perfect solution to maximize the efficiency of your flat commercial or residential roof, there is one solution that roofers have trusted and recommended for nearly 3 decades.
As a Florida resident, you’ve surely heard of them. They knock on your door or solicit you by phone promising that they only want to help, but their intentions are anything but beneficial.
If you still haven’t inspected your roof after Hurricane Irma, you’re not alone, but you are almost certainly at risk. Now that hurricane season is over, it’s time to assess your damage and prepare for next year.