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Tips for Preparing & Preventing Hurricane Damage to your roof

Clean all Gutters Before a Hurricane

Nearly 18 hurricanes on average strike the United States every decade, according to The National Hurricane Center. These storms leave devastation and despair in their wake, taking lives and destroying homes and buildings.  According to the Florida Division of Emergency Management, 77 percent of hurricane-damaged homes suffer from roof damage. Commercial Flat Roofs 1. Perform a visual inspection of the roof. 2. Secure cables, wires and Continue Reading

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Best Roofing Launches a New Website Dedicated to Hurricane Preparedness Specifically Geared Towards Property Managers, Condo Boards, and Commercial Property Owners A new website on hurricane preparedness with pertinent information specifically tailored toward Condo’s, Property Managers, and Commercial property owners is now live! The launch of the new website,, which offers quick and easy access to essential information on Continue Reading

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One Seminar: Two Timely Topics

At Best Roofing we believe that a quality community starts with an effective board and property manager. Knowledgeable association boards and property managers are the backbone of successful, thriving communities. We believe in continuing education for everyone. That's why we partner with leading companies and organizations to host seminars and courses all year round for boards of directors and property Continue Reading

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Media Expert on Hurricane Building Preparedness 2012

Best Roofing is providing an expert in Hurricane Preparedness for Commercial & Residential Buildings. Gregg Wallick, President & CEO of Best Roofing Inc. is available to the media for expert comment or analysis throughout the potentially active 2012 season. Media Contact: Kathleen Lowe, Director of Marketing Gregg Wallick, President & CEO of Best Roofing Inc. A second generation professional Continue Reading

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