#4: Fair Weather Friendly – Ready Your Naples Roofing For The Harsh Summer

Naples Roofing - Gutters

This is the 4th installment of “Ten Things About Roofing You May Not Know!which you can download as a free eBook.

Summer in Florida can be tough on roofs. The regular rain leaves even more dirt, debris and leaves in your gutters. Severe thunderstorms dump tons of water, and wind gusts cause all kinds of damage. And, of course, hurricanes will really put your Naples roofing to the ultimate test.

How can you give your home or condo a better chance at defeating Florida’s summer storms?

Be proactive.

10 Things About Roofing You May Not KnowAt West Coast FL Enterprises and Collier County Roofing, much of the roof damage we see here in Florida is caused by poor roof maintenance. Loose shingles will be the first ones to be blown off in a strong wind. Missing shingles open a gateway for heavy rains to make their way into your house. Cluttered gutters are a recipe for major leaks.

Check out Tip 3 on Properly Maintaining Your Roof, and be sure to do them! You need to be even more careful in the summer to avoid heatstroke or dehydration. Consider checking your roof early in the morning – or call West Coast FL Enterprises or Collier County Roofing to do the job for you.

Because Florida is subject to such extreme weather in the summer, the state has very strict rules for Florida roofing contractors. If your Naples roofing isn’t up to code, you might face serious consequences when bad weather hits.

If you don’t know what condition your roof is in now, it may be too late by the time the wind and rain from a major storm impacts your roof.

Are you worried that your Naples roofing might take some damage during this summer storm season? Protect your home by trusting professionals. Make sure that you roofing company has a good roofing warranty and provides great roof repair services. Feel free to contact us online or call us at (239) 433-9777.

– Scott

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