Roofing Contractors in Lakeside, FL Working Seven Days a Week Through Hurricane Season

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Roofing contractors in Lakeside, FL are now working seven days a week through the hurricane season. Roof Link Inc. is dispatching its partner contractors to North Florida homeowners every day of the week in an effort to respond faster to damage reports or requests for new roof installations.

Roofing Contractors in Lakeside, FL
All Roof Link partner contractors are licensed in the state of Florida.

Roofing contractors typically work routine schedules in states that do not have a hurricane season. For Florida homeowners, finding a company that can perform weekend work can still be a challenge. Roofing contractors in Lakeside, FL from Roof Link Inc. are now working seven days a week during and after the hurricane season. This extra effort of manpower is designed to put Roof Link in a first place position of responders that evaluate and repair damage caused by storms or requests for roof upgrades. All Roof Link partner contractors are licensed in the state of Florida. More information about this new service can be found at this link http://www.roofingjacksonvilleflorida.com/roofing-contractors-lakeside-fl-roof-link.

The hurricane zones in Florida are adjusted annually based on data from previous years. Many homeowners that have had damage to their home in the past have upgraded roof coverings in an effort to reduce or eliminate severe weather damage. According to the National Roofing Association, both new and older homes are at risk for roof damage when severe weather causes hail or hurricane force winds.

An independent survey revealed that roofing materials have changed drastically over the past two decades and older materials no longer provide adequate roof protection in hurricane zones. New building code legislation has been updated in Florida to make it illegal to use inferior roofing products when roofing companies perform repairs or replacements.

The type of roof repair or replacement that a homeowner needs can often determine if any delays will be present when contractors are hired. The variety in different roof coverings can cause a problem in the speed and accuracy of the repair or replacement job. A traditional asphalt shingle roof is the most common type of roof and is what many contracting companies install or repair.

Alternative roofing materials are now used in Florida for homeowners that want increased home energy efficiency. Rubber, gravel, turf and foam roofing materials are installed as a flat roof without shingles. Not all roofing companies are able to perform flat roof services. The contractors now working for Roof Link are specialists in flat roof repair and installations.

Both wind damage and water damage are frequent contributors to roof problems. According to Roof Link, undetected leaking water can bring damage to the interior and to the exterior of a home. Secondary damage like algae and mold infiltration can happen if roof coverings are not treated to prevent this type of damage. The contractors at Roof Link are now using algae resistant materials to help extend the longevity of all roof repairs and replacements.

Homeowners that are interested in contacting Roof Link for repair or replacement services can contract Roof Link directly at this office address:

Roof Link Inc.
2730 Isabella Blvd.
Suite 50
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
(904) 900-2801
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About Roof Link Inc.

Roof Link Inc. connects roofing contractors with North Florida homeowners that require roof repair or replacement services. The experts at Roof Link are licensed contractors and have expanded their business offerings to cover more communities in Florida. By offering low rates without sacrificing quality, Roof Link Inc. has been able to earn its reputation as one of the most in-demand Jacksonville, FL roofing companies. Roof Link first started more than a decade ago and has grown annually due in part to its customer service and exceptional work rate in Northern Florida.

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