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Prepare your Roof for the rainy season

Prepare your Roof for the rainy season

28. May, 2012|Company News|Comments Off

Evans roofing advice to prepare your roof for the rainy season:

  • Get your roof ready for the rains. Inspect your roof twice before May-June to avoid costly problems that can escalate into tremendous cost.
  • Take a look at your gutters to make sure that they drain well and don’t cause water to back up.
  • Trim your trees
  • Inside your home, checks out your ceilings to make sure that you are not experiencing signs of roof leakage. Check if there are not mushrooms, mold, and discoloration of the wall or ceilings.
  • Ask Evans Roofing for a free inspection.
The rainy season is early this year!

The rainy season is early this year!

28. May, 2012|Company News|Comments Off

This year rainy season might start early and be wetter than usual according to the National Weather Service. It usually begins around the 25th may but, it’s characterized by thunderstorms forming most afternoons, it produces about 70 percent rainfall. But in 2012 it seems has decided to begin at Mid May.

Atmospheric instability, created by low pressure, might prompt storms to start forming in the afternoons in coming weeks. The forecasters have made it official; pronouncing that south Florida’s wet season has officially begun to may 8th or 2 weeks in advance.

Tropical Storms Alberto and Beryl have already churned off the coast of Florida. Although these storms didn’t cause much trouble, they were just the first in what forecasters say will be a less active year than last, but busy nonetheless.

Evans Roofing Hurricane Preparedness Checklist

Evans Roofing Hurricane Preparedness Checklist

1. June, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

Before the storm:

  • Stay up-to-date on storm’s progress.
  • Ensure you have emergency communication plan in place prior to the storm, evacuation or treat. Read more
NOAA predicts above normal Atlantic hurricane season

NOAA predicts above normal Atlantic hurricane season

1. June, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

The Atlantic basin is expected to see an above- normal hurricane season this year, according to the seasonal outlook issued by NOAA’S Climate Prediction Center- A division of the National Weather Service. Across the entire Atlantic Basin for the six –month season, which begins June 1, NOAA is predicting the following ranges this year. Read more

GAF Shingle Roof Now Offers Lifetime Warranty

GAF Shingle Roof Now Offers Lifetime Warranty

18. May, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

The word ” lifetime” means as long as the original individual owner of a single family detached residence owns the property where the shingles are installed.

Dimensional shingles previously named “Timberline Prestique 30″ are now “Timberline HD”. Read more

High Inflation on Roofing Materials

High Inflation on Roofing Materials

18. May, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

Due to the volatile petroleum market, we have been informed by several Asphalt Roofing Manufactures & Suppliers that Petroleum Based Products will have another immediate spire in cost averaging approximately 8%.

The next increase is set for around May 1st, 2011 Read more

Evans Roofing now equipped with Pictometry

Evans Roofing now equipped with Pictometry

6. April, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

Evans Roofing is now equipped with Pictometry, a web-based satellite imagery system for roof measurements. Read more

New Office!

New Office!

6. April, 2011|Company News|Comments Off

Shortages of space conduct the company to expand our office space to another unit on the same warehouse building in Oakland Park. Read more

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