While it may be difficult to see what’s going on up there, in all likelihood your condo roofing isn’t enjoying Florida’s weather quite as much as you. The state’s abundant sunshine and high humidity can be very tough on many roofing materials – especially those used on the low-slope surfaces prevalent on so many Ft. Lauderdale condo buildings. Fortunately, there’s... Read more
How much do you know about energy efficient roofing materials? If you’re a Florida home, condo, or commercial building owner, using reflective roof coatings can be a good way to save a few dollars on your annual cooling costs and may even qualify you for a power company rebate.
Many roofing materials are designed for roofs that have enough slopes to move water quickly off their surface and away through a gutter and downspout system. Shingles, tile, and metal panels are just a few of the products that fall into this category. However, if a part or all of your roof happens to be low-slope or almost flat, you... Read more
The Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) is helping to ensure your condo is as energy efficient as possible by teaming up with qualified roofing contractors in Ft Lauderdale to make homeowners aware of their eco-friendly roofing material options. Choosing the right product for your condominium roofing in Florida can lower your monthly cooling costs and may make you eligible... Read more
A condominium is a long-term investment that provides people the opportunity to enjoy the abundant sunshine and blue skies of Ft. Lauderdale and South Florida. Unfortunately that sunshine and our hurricane season can play havoc on condominium roofing in Florida leading to increased repair costs and higher association fees. The solution is to install cost effective condo roofing that can... Read more
Audio America’s metal office and warehouse building in Riviera Beach, Florida was aging. The building was 15 years into its life, and its metal standing seam roof was showing signs of aging. A few leaks had started to appear along with the minor rust spots that most metal roof panels eventually face. While the building was not particularly large, the... Read more