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Giving back, a Best Roofing Tradition

Best Roofing has always believed that being part of the community is as important as our daily work. For many years, Best Roofing has been working with the Pantry of Broward. This past Christmas the entire staff came together collecting many boxes of goods. The food collected for the Pantry of Broward was distributed between seniors who struggle with fixed Continue Reading

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IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING YOUR ROOF CLEAN

Cleaning your roof may be an arduous task and in some cases, you may be tempted to take the easy way out. However, it is necessary for you to understand that no matter what type of roof you have, whether concrete tile, clay tile, asphalt shingle, membrane etc., you are not exempt from having algae and moss grow on your Continue Reading

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How to Build a Local Brand

seen on: Art Unlimited The keynote presentation by Gregg Wallick didn’t disappoint 2017 Best of Success attendees. Gregg got right down to business this year, focusing on the core components of building a great brand both inside and outside your company. Leadership First and then People Leadership – The “Ideal Team Player” is an amazing book that talks about a Continue Reading

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Best Roofing: Commercial Roof Repair Specialists

Serving the South Florida community since 1978, Best Roofing is one of Florida’s best commercial roofers and trusted roofing contractors, exemplifying unparalleled standards in materials, workmanship and customer service. We’ve completed roofing projects in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and everywhere in between. Our projects range from small repairs and maintenance to roof restoration and complete replacement. We work Continue Reading

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Best Roofing Hurricane Irma Experience Documentary

September 2017 was a significant month for Florida. After 13 years, a Category 4 Hurricane made a landfall in Cudjoe Key with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph, then dropped down to Category 3 by the time it made a second landfall on Marco Island. This catastrophic Hurricane named IRMA, caused widespread and terrible damages throughout its path. The preparation Continue Reading

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