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    Paul Bange Roofing of South Florida - Great Customer Review

    Last updated 2 years ago

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    • Although your bid was the highest of the 3 estimated bids we were most impressed by your representative Paul R Kaszycl and his frank, sincere & detailed presentation. The workmanship was excellent.  We are very pleased with the overall result and follow-up on final completion details. 

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    Prepare Your Home for a Hurricane

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Hurricanes cause severe damage to unprotected homes. The strong winds of a tropical storm can damage your roof with debris and bring flood waters into your home. The best way to limit hurricane damage is to prepare your home for the worst—use these damage prevention tips to protect your home and belongings.

    • Secure Home Interiors: Broken glass and roof damage can expose your home interior to hurricane winds. That’s why you should secure all of your belongings before you seek shelter. Take your most valuable items with you if you can, and move others to the most protected part of your home. These precautions should help your belongings to make it through the hurricane safely.  
    • Reinforce Your Windows: Glass doors and windows are often broken during high-force hurricanes. Thankfully, you can protect your own doors and windows with simple reinforcements. Marine plywood can be cut to perfectly match the dimensions of your window; install these wood panels to support your glass against wind and debris. Remember to take measurements of your glass windows before heading to the hardware store.
    • Maintain the Outdoors: Your yard demands quite a bit of work prior to a hurricane. First, start by bringing in all of your belongings in the home or garage. Any item left in the yard will be carried away by the storm. Trees and bushes should be clipped too. A longer tree branch is more likely to be pulled off your tree and collide with your home. A bit of garden work may save you thousands of dollars in repairs. Finally, consult a professional contractor to determine if your roof needs repairs before the storm.

    Don’t face a hurricane without help. Paul Bange Roofing Of South Florida, Inc. can help you with roofing repairs before and after a big storm. Contact us today at (888) 904-1426 to schedule a maintenance visit.

    Learn How to Stay Safe this Hurricane Season

    Last updated 2 years ago

    As a South Floridian, you’ve likely seen footage of hurricanes ripping the roofs off of homes. Though these videos are meant to show the force of the winds, they also show how weak some roofs are.

    • Do you need help preventing water damage? Check out this page from The Weather Channel.
    • In the wake of a terrible storm, you may find yourself vulnerable to scams. Learn more about post-disaster scams at this page from the Better Business Bureau.
    • Do you know what to do after a flood? If not, take a look at this page from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    • There are dozens of ways you can prepare for a hurricane. Discover a few of them at this page from the Environmental Protection Agency.

    If you want a roof that can better stand up to a hurricane, call Paul Bange Roofing of South Florida, Inc. at (888) 904-1426.

    What Is a Pre-Storm Inspection?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Though quality roofs are important for homes across the country, they’re especially important for South Floridians. Every year, a fleet of storms threatens to tear off roofs throughout different areas of Florida. If your roof isn’t in good shape, you’re risking everything. Luckily, a pre-storm inspection can help ensure that your roof is secure enough to withstand high winds and rain. Here’s a quick look at the components of a pre-storm inspection from Paul Bange Roofing of South Florida.

    Leak detection
    If your roof currently has a leak, a tropical storm or hurricane will only make it worse. Luckily, Paul Bange Roofing can detect your roof’s troublesome areas before the next storm hits. Just one quick inspection can be the difference between staying dry and suffering severe water damage.

    Minor repairs
    If there are any imperfections in your roof, you can bet that the howling winds of a hurricane will exploit them. If one of our inspectors detects a minor issue with your roof—missing shingles, for example, we’ll correct it before it turns into a major disaster.  

    Damage prevention
    Though most roofs last a very long time, none of them last forever. If your roof is getting old, it may not be able to withstand another hurricane. Our skilled inspectors have seen thousands of roofs and dozens of storms—they can help you decide when to get a new roof.  

    Energy savings
    Though energy efficiency may not be important in the days before a storm, it’s very important the rest of the time. During a routine pre-storm inspection, our team members will help you find ways to make your roof more energy efficient so you can cut way back on utility costs.

    Hurricane season has already begun—is your roof ready? If not, you should call Paul Bange Roofing of South Florida, Inc. at (888) 904-1426. We’ll gladly inspect your roof and perform all of the necessary repairs. When it comes to hurricanes, you can never be too safe.  

    Be Prepared for Hurricane Season

    Last updated 2 years ago

    During the summer, tropical storms are a real and constant threat to South Floridians. In order to protect yourself, your family members, and your home, you need to be adequately prepared at all times.

    In this short video, Daniel Brown from the National Hurricane Center discusses hurricane preparedness. He says that you should always have an escape plan and keep a disaster kit ready. Your disaster kit should have enough water, non-perishable food, and medication to last at least a week.

    If you want to know more about hurricane preparedness, contact Paul Bange Roofing of South Florida, Inc. Our exquisite roof work and customer service has earned us an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Call us today at (888) 904-1426 and let us help make your home hurricane-proof.

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