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Straight-Line Winds Mean Roof Damage

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It’s Not Always About the Hurricanes Residents of the Orlando area typically keep a close eye on the weather during hurricane season. Any signs of activity out in the Atlantic Ocean could mean tropical trouble heading that way. But hurricanes aren’t the only warm weather phenomenon that the people of Orlando should worry about. A […]

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Fireworks Safety in Orlando

Orlando Area

The First Independence Day In the hot summer of 1776, a group of courageous men signed a document that would begin the life of the United States of America. Having approved the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776, citizens of the new nation would celebrate that independence one year later in 1777 with music, […]

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Get Ready for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Orlando Area

The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season is nearly upon us, and homeowners in the Orlando area look anxiously to storm forecasts. Any named storm can do serious damage to a home, especially to the roof, so paying attention to the predictions can be a first line of defense in protecting your home. Check out this information […]

Botanical Gardens in Orlando

Five Botanical Gardens in the Orlando Area

Orlando Area

Early forecasts for the month show a particularly pleasant May for the Orlando area, free from much of the potentially roof-damaging weather that will come during hurricane season. With spring winds calming down, homeowners can turn their attention away from roof maintenance and can get out of the house to enjoy the weather and to […]

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Light Up the Roofs in Orlando

Orlando Area

With typically mild weather throughout the holiday season, the Orlando area is ideally placed for spectacular lights displays. While neighbors to the north are contending with a regular onslaught of ice and snow, the roofs in central Florida stay clear. No snow means easier access to the roof, which means a better opportunity to cover […]