State of Florida Certified and Licensed Roofing Contractor. Department of Business and Professional Regulation Certified

FAQs & Tips

Hints and tips with your roof:
Would you just let anyone get on your roof without knowing about their qualifications and whether they are covered by insurance? Roofing is on the top rung of the risk rating table for insurances for a reason, there is a high level of risk involved with constantly working at heights. Verifying that they are covered gives a home owner or builder the peace of mind that should anything go wrong, they will not be liable for damages or injury.

Not many people realize that the roofing industry is a regulated industry, meaning a roofing license and workers compensation coverage is mandatory. As such a large proportion of so called ‘roofers’ in Florida are not really qualified in anything. They may have some experience in the game, but ask yourself this, if you have paid a tradesperson to undertake repairs that turn out to cause further problems in the future, what guarantee do you have that you will be able to find them to come and fix the problems? They could have moved out of town, gone out of business or simply don’t have the same phone number anymore. With a State Certified Licensed Roofing Contractor you are able to track down the business and get them back.

* Even if you don't hire us, HIRE A LEGITIMATELY LICENSED ROOFER to work on your roof, NOT AN IMPOSTER! Be safe!

Roofs are designed when new, to have a particular type of roof covering, generally either Tile, metal, shingle or shake. The architect therefore designs the roof framing based on the requirement of either a roof held down mostly by the weight of tiles or alternatively a light metal roof that needs to be screwed down accordingly so it basically does not blow off.

ROOF COATING:
This business is swarming with painters that pose as licensed roofers and many people get scammed everyday. You must verify their license and be sure that the person at your home is legitimate and will not cause damages to your home or worse, YOU. Licensed contractors have to pass exams, prove experience, be finger printed, criminal background checked and have credit worthiness. if sealing is the way you want to go, do your research, check references and get a second quote. There are many good legitimate businesses out there, you just need to find them.

DO YOUR HOMEWORK. GO TO www.myfloridalicense.com TO CHECK THEIR NAME AND/OR BUSINESS. It is also not unreasonable to ask if that person is allowed to pull roofing permits. Is he/she an authorized agent with the Local Building Department. Of course they will say yes, now you call and VERIFY!

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Plans, Permits and County/City Inspections. Building Department Registered. New Houses, Commercial Buildings. Demolition, Room Additions, Improvements, Remodeling, Rehabs, Restorations, Alterations.
Architectural Plans and County / City Building Permits with All Inspections.

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State Licensed Roofing Contractor. Certified Roofing Contractor CCC1330627

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State Licensed Contractor. Certified Building Contractor #1251225

ALL WEATHER ROOFING OF FLORIDA
State Certified Roofing Contractor # CCC1330627


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