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Whether you are installing a new roof or repairing your existing one, finding the right person or company for the job can be quite taxing.
Installing a new roof is one of, if not the most expensive home improvement projects. No, installing a new roof in Jacksonville will not cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, but it will put a huge dent in your home improvement budget. Let’s see what factors play...
Metal and tiles roofs stand up to weathering more efficiently, but still need some attention and yearly maintenance to stay healthy.
Roof sealants act as protective coatings and provide an added layer of security to the structure. Sealing your roof prolongs its life and lessens the effects of damage due to changing weather patterns and environmental pollution.
When you think of buying a new roof in Jacksonville, there are many considerations to take into account. For one, knowing when the existing roof was installed (and what it’s made of) is an essential deciding factor.
There are many types of tiles to choose from when installing a tile roof. There are slate tiles, concrete tiles, clay tiles and other speciality tiles. Tile roofing overall is a top-rated choice by Jacksonville roofers, especially Cache Roofing, a leading roofing company in Jacksonville, FL.
Every roofing material gets withered with time. Roofing companies in Jacksonville are asked to inspect roofs all the time to see if reroofing is an option. Here’s what you need to know:
There are many different style roofs, some steeper than others. What’s the difference between the different sloped roofs Jacksonville roofing companies use.
Cache Roofing, a Jacksonville roofing company, helps people every day choose the right color for their roof. Roof color can impact your home, curb appeal and wallet. Here are some tips on choosing the right color for your roof.
Jacksonville roofers and roofing companies around Florida have to repair animal and insect roof damage all the time. There are many animals, insects, etc. that find roofs an appealing place to live or nest. Over time, this can cause a lot of damage to the outside and inside of a roof. Protect your roof from pests.
Cache Roofing in Jacksonville partners with the best manufacturers that provide quality, environmentally-friendly, recyclable products. Here’s how different roofing materials can be recycled.
Tile roofs are beautifully crafted masterpieces that support and protect a building. It takes a true artist to perfectly sort and place the tiles that build up an entire roof. For many, tile roofs are just another form of roofing material that tends to be orange or on older buildings; but, there is so much more to tile roofing than that.
There is a recent interest in synthetic roofs in Jacksonville. Many Jacksonville roofers and individuals in the North Florida roofing industry have been looking into the new trend. A synthetic roof, also known as a composite roof, is a roof made up of many compressed materials in the form of tiles or shingles.
Depending on energy usage, energy bill, location, tax breaks, Jacksonville homeowners may want to consider installing solar panels on their roofs.
The National Women In Roofing (NWIR), an organization that recognizes, helps women succeed in the roofing industry, names Jacksonville Roofing leader Cindy Paquet a Roofing Renegade
Making sure your roof and gutters work properly is vital for the overall health of your home.
Invest time in knowing your homeowner’s insurance policy to make sure the policy has appropriate coverage for roof repairs.
There are many materials available for roofing in Jacksonville that can help keep your house cool and energy-efficient, but some are more environmentally friendly than others.
The life of your roof is affected by the sun and heat. This is especially true in Florida. Many roof repairs in Jacksonville are due to sun damage and the deterioration of roofing materials.
Prepare your roof for tropical weather. Jacksonville has the potential to get tropical storms and hurricanes every year. There are many things you can do to make sure your roof is prepared to withstand the high winds and heavy rain from these storms.
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We don’t sub-contract. Our own crews do the entire job from start to finish.