Some simple home improvement projects can be safely done by the majority of homeowners, and with the right experience, you might be able to do more. But for most major repairs, upgrades, and construction work, it's normally best to use a professional contractor.
Florida's climate puts some of the greatest strains and demands on your roofing compared to other US states. That means you need to be proactive about roof repairs and "timely" about roof replacements.
It's no secret that all roofing doesn't last the same number of years before it needs to be replaced. But all too often, people are unaware of the major reasons why a roof lasts as long as it does and what they can do to get the most out of their roofing.
Around 50% of all homeowners insurance claims are weather related. Mostly due to hail, wind, ice, snow, and rain - all of which can weaken or damage your roof. After a storm, it's sometimes obvious where the damage is; but other times, it might not be. That's especially true with roofs, where much of the damage could be out of sight and might be difficult for a non-professional to detect during an up-close inspection.
Investing in a new roof can be daunting, but it helps to know the facts about the lifespan of roofing styles and materials. This way you know exactly what you’re getting for your money and rest easy in the knowledge that most roofs will last a very long time if well maintained.