Best Roofers in Jacksonville, FL Now Hired by Roof Link Inc.

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Best roofers in Jacksonville, FL are now hired by Roof Link Inc. and ready to respond to any damage caused by the hurricane season. Roof Link Inc. has assembled a new team of the best roofers to work closely with homeowners and insurers during the 2012 severe weather season.

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There have been a total of nine tropical storms during the month of August 2012 with more expected before the season ends in October.

Best roofers in Jacksonville, FL have now been hired by Roof Link Inc. while gearing up for the 2012 hurricane season. Roof Link Inc., North Florida roofing company, has assembled a team of expert roofing contractors that are now available to respond fast to roof damage, leaks and shingle issues seven days a week. Weather forecasters predict that the 2012 storm season will be one of the most active seasons compared to previous years. Roof Link Inc. has also established relationships with some of the top insurance companies in the state of Florida to ensure rapid processing of homeowner claims for insurance roof repairs and roof replacements. More information about services, warranty coverage and roofing quotes can be found at http://www.roofingjacksonvilleflorida.com.

There have been a total of nine tropical storms during the month of August 2012 with more expected before the season ends in October. Damage to homes and businesses in the state of Florida have already been reported publicly including areas in North Florida like Jacksonville. As homeowners brace themselves in hopes of avoiding storm damage, companies like Roof Link Inc. have been extremely busy keeping up with the nearly overwhelming demand. A source from Roof Link Inc. reported that phone calls have increased to the Roof Link main office and are expected to continue throughout the remainder of 2012. Wind and hail damage are just two of the issues that are receiving the most attention.

Shingle manufacturers rarely setup shop in hurricane risk areas like Florida but distribute shingles nationally. Companies like Owens Corning that create some of the most dependable shingles are not even located near a hurricane affected state. Owens Corning, an Indiana based company, produces severe weather shingles that are able to withstand up to 130 mile per hour winds and hail. These shingles are among those now available to homeowners that are searching for additional protection against roof damage.

Roof Link Inc. is now installing Owens Corning shingles for homeowners to help prevent roof leaks and damage. More information can be found at this link http://www.roofingjacksonvilleflorida.com/products.

Roof damage does not always come from high winds, rain or hailstones. Natural elements like mold and algae are two things that can bring just as much damage to a roof. Shingles that allow water inside or water to lay dormant can be a breeding ground for mold and algae. When not removed these elements can deteriorate the face of the shingles. Holes and gaps often form that allow water through a shingle and onto the exposed roof sheeting below. Roof Link Inc. has now hired the best roofers in Jacksonville, FL to help combat roof issues and to expedite the repair or replacement of homeowner roofs during the hurricane season.

Homeowners can make contact with Roof Link at Roof Link Inc., 2730 Isabella Blvd., Suite 50, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 or calling (904) 900-2801.

About Roof Link Inc.

Roof Link Inc. provides high quality shingles, expert contractors and more than affordable roof repair and replacement rates to homeowners. As one of the fastest rising companies in North Florida, this expert roofing company has now expanded its operations into surrounding cities helping homeowners prevent and to repair weather damage. With an expanded sales staff and contracting experts, Roof Link Inc. is now available seven days a week to provide both insurer paid and non-insurer paid services to homeowners in the North Florida area.

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