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Preventing Roof Falls

Preventing Roof Falls Roof falls can be prevented. With roofing fatalities at an all-time high, we should be trying to take precautions and taking steps to prevent these falls. According to the U.S. Bur eau of Labor and Statistics, about 50 roofers are killed by falls each year (Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 2014).  Don’t take any chances. You can’t afford Continue Reading

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Staying Safe in Extreme Heat

Staying Safe in Extreme Heat   South Florida is extremely humid, which makes the air and the heat feel much hotter. For instance, if the temperature is 80°F with 85% humidity it will actually feel like 99°F!! Yikes!! This is why you should always take proper precaution while working outside. Rarely are there any deaths in FL due to heat Continue Reading

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Roofing Falls Infographic

Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to http://www.bestroofing.net/ with this graphic.</strong></p> <p><a href='http://www.bestroofing.net/blog/roofing-falls-statistics/'><img src='http://www.bestroofing.net/brv2/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Roofing-Statistics.png' alt='Roofing Falls ' width='600' border='0' /></a></p> <p>

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Top 10 Roofing Safety Tips

10 Roofing Safety Tips Best Roofing, as a rule does generally not recommend inspecting your roof yourself. We always say let the professionals handle it but we also understand that there are, at times, the need to check for damage, leaks or to repair something small.  Best Roofing cares and we want you to stay safe. Being a roofer isn’t easy Continue Reading

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Roofing Fatalities

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Roofing Fatalities Did you know that Roofers have the 5th highest work-related death rate in construction? Not to mention federal studies suggest that the deaths of roofers have reached a 5 year all-time high in the U.S. Studies show there are 29.9 roofing deaths per 100,000 full-time workers compared to 15.2 deaths per 100,000 full-time workers for all construction. That Continue Reading

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