A hurricane can leave your entire life in a shambles. High winds blow in a world of uncertainty, heartbreak, and doubt as they leave destruction of property and structural damage in their wake. In this emotional time, you need people you can trust to help you rebuild and restore.
Hurricane season is a daunting time for Jacksonville residents. With the Weather Company’s prediction of 14 named storms and 3 major hurricanes during the 2017 season, your family’s safety should be number one on your priority list. Keeping a stable roof over your loved one’s heads this season can ease some of the worries that come with these unexpected storms. If your roof was lucky enough to hold up during Hurricane Matthew, that doesn’t mean the harm it underwent will hold its own during this upcoming hurricane season. Continue reading
Jacksonville is no stranger to severe tropical storms. Tropical storms can bring various weather patterns that will damage your roof if you are not properly prepared.
Some of the damaging effects of tropical storms include:
Wednesday, June 1st, marked the beginning of tropical season here in Northeast Florida. And to mark the occasion, the Florida skies rained down a series of severe thunderstorms that swept across Jacksonville, leaving many damaged roofs in its wake. This is, perhaps, a fitting start to what many meteorologists forecast will be a particularly strong tropical season.Continue reading
If there is one thing certain about living in the Jacksonville it would be that you cannot predict the weather. You never know when a strong storm may pop up completely unexpected, such as the recent March 24 storm that produced a quick 10-second downburst of wind overnight that caused severe storm damage to a farm on the West Side. Continue reading
One thing that Florida residents know from experience is that the weather is unpredictable. Even when it is not hurricane season, you never know when a surprise storm may pop up. Take for instance the recent severe storms that swept through the Lake City area, Fort Myers, and Sarasota County in mid-January. Heavy rain and strong winds can cause a lot of damage to your home, especially your roof.Continue reading