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Hindsight is 20/20

While the economy continues to strengthen and expand throughout the recent years after the recession in 2008, the rate of growth has slowed to 2% in 2019. A large part of this decline can be attributed to tightening consumer spending, which affects the residential real estate investment
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    This hurricane season has finally come to an end. While we were spared major damage in our area, we will remember this storm season to be active and full of surprises. The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season ran from June 1st until November 30th. This season we saw 18 named storms in the region.
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Your Roof with HVAC

As Floridians, if there is anything we know, it’s that summers can get hot! And no one wants to work or shop in a sweltering business in the Florida heat. In addition to heating & cooling air, HVAC units are also one of the biggest culprits to roof-related problems. To stay away
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At last, Autumn is here! In many parts of the country, leaves are turning vivid amber and gold – for us in Florida we get a much-needed break from the intense Summer heat. In accordance with this change in seasons, it is important to be reminded about doing your twice-yearly roof inspection. Most
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Roofs are often compared to tires. Only when there is a problem do we think about them, and we only replace them when we need to. But, we know that if we were to properly use and maintain a tire, its life will last much longer than had we not. Similarly, we need to ensure that our roof receives the proper maintenance…
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A building owner caught with a $110,000 problem. An unqualified contractor leaves a building owner with a $400,000 reroof.  

A 30-foot Blister was Only the Start

A property manager was frantic. Her predecessor had installed a new roof on the building six months earlier. Now, this brand new roof…