National facility managers, local property managers and our South Florida roofing contractors understand that hurricane season is here and coastal facilities, companies and homes are facing some serious risks for dangerous hurricane winds, rains and floods. According to a recent release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), we have a 70 percent likelihood of seeing 10 to 16 named storms throughout this year’s season (June 1 through November 30). Of these 10 to 16 named storms, 4 to 8 of them are expected to transform into hurricanes – with winds of 74 mph or higher. These calculations include 1 to 4 major hurricanes (Category 3-5, with winds of 111 mph or higher).
As many of us Floridians know, predicting the weather hasn’t been boiled down to an exact science. With that, we face a level of vulnerability. According to the NOAA, this hurricane season will be especially challenging because of the difficulty in determining whether there will be competing or reinforcing climate influences on tropical storm development. Still, a near-normal prediction shows us that this season could (and probably will) experience more lively hurricane activity than that of the last three years.
Our Coral Gables roofing contractors understand that one of the most beneficial moves you can make before a hurricane rolls in is to establish a solid relationship with a trusted partner – a qualified roofing contractor in your area. Not only are we experts in new roof installation, but also in roofing service and maintenance. Serving as a local roofing contractor across Central, Southwest and South Florida, we’re here to save the day when disaster strikes.
With hurricane season upon us, both homeowners and business owners should review the following before a storm hits:
- Are you in contact with a roofing contractor that can respond within 24 hours?
- Does your roofing contractor have a 24/7 call center?
- Does your roofing contractor know how to work with insurance for storm claims?
- Does your roofing contractor have teams in your area that can be mobilized quickly?
- Can your roofing contractor provide the proper documentation and technology access to understand the damage to your roof and to provide the repairs needed?
Make sure you have the answers to these important questions and make sure that you have a trusted roofing contractor on your team before the big one strikes. When it comes to fixing roofing damage after a major storm, you want a roofing contractor who can respond quickly and seamlessly to help you, your home, your family and your business bounce back.
Call our roofers in Miami Beach at (855) 685-3850 today for a free estimate. Not only do we provide regular inspections, but we can help to repair current roofing systems that may be failing or we can install new roofing systems to best help you, your family and your business stay safe. There’s no job to small and no task too big. With offices in Fort Myers, Orlando, Sarasota and Miami, we’re here to help with all of your roofing needs.