The update comes as Florida residents brace for an unusual November storm. Along with replacement and repair, Nationwide Roofing will provide complimentary inspections to determine the extent of damage and recommend the best course of action.
More details are available at https://nationwideroofing.com/blog/replace-roof-after-hurricane-damage.html
With late-season tropical storm Nicole expected to make landfall, bringing heavy rain, flooding, strong winds, and a tornado risk, Nationwide Roofing aims to meet the demand for prompt storm-damage restoration.
While metal roofing offers an unmatched level of wind resistance, most homeowners prefer asphalt shingles due to their cost-effectiveness. The downside to shingle roofing is that it is more easily damaged during storms and strong winds.
To improve the durability of shingle roofs, Nationwide Roofing uses synthetic shingles, including Owen Corning Duration shingles and Brava’s composite roofing tiles. These roofing materials are built to withstand inclement weather while being lightweight, easy to install, and readily available.
The company offers residential and commercial roof repairs and replacements. The team has extensive experience replacing different roofing systems and has, since its founding, completed over 5,104 full roof replacement projects.
Along with serving customers in Florida, Nationwide Roofing has a strong presence in eight other states, including Maryland, Illinois, and Virginia.
In addition to its roofing services, the roofing contractor publishes educational resources to educate customers. They recently released a guide titled, “How to Replace Your Roof After Hurricane Damage,” which outlined three vital things homeowners should consider when repairing their storm-damaged roofs.
“After hurricane Irma, we needed our roof replaced. I contacted many roofers, trying to find a good company. At my first meeting with Tony, I knew that Nationwide was the best choice for us,” a satisfied customer said. “Tony explained the process thoroughly to us. Our insurance company had undervalued the cost of our roof replacement, and Nationwide handled the negotiation process with them and was able to get our insurance company to pay out $10,000 more than the original amount. I am happy with the results and satisfied that we selected Nationwide.”
Interested parties can find out more at https://nationwideroofing.com/blog/replace-roof-after-hurricane-damage.html
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