Total Roofing Systems Specialist

Licensed and Insured CCC1330788


Call 772-872-8030 for Free Estimates
Call 561-247-5412 in Palm Beach County

Sheltering Your Home and Protecting Your Family


Maybe a new roof isn’t in the budget just yet; we can still help! Our professional, certified team will inspect your roof, analyze the damage, and provide an estimate for repairs - all free of charge!

We will work with you to decide what your roof needs and explain the pros and cons of the different roofing materials available and the best option for your home. We’ll help you navigate these different decisions and find the one best suited for your family’s needs and budget.

Here are some tips on how to check your roof for signs of aging or damage:


Begin your inspection inside the home. Safely gain access to your attic space, and with a flashlight look for these following items.

  • The roof is sagging or looks weak.
  • There is water damage or other signs of water coming into the home.
  • Dark spots on the underside of the roof, and/or dark trails that would indicate water wicking down to a lower space inside the home
  • Any kind of light coming through from outside
  • Any visible signs of mold or yellowish stains
  • Check your hardwood floors carefully for any signs of discoloration.


Walk around the outside of your home, observing the roof from different angles. Pay attention to details such as missing shingles, damaged flashing, algae or moss growth (appears greenish or dark), anything that looks rotten, or curling, blistering or buckling.

  • Look for missing, cracked or bald shingles.
  • Look for loose or worn material surrounding pipes, vents or chimneys.
  • A large quantity of granules or sandy looking material in your gutters it is a definite sign that your roof needs replacing.
  • Make sure your drainage is functioning correctly by ensuring that the gutters and downspouts are securely attached. These should be free of debris, as should your drains.
  • Something that is commonly found is that bath, kitchen and dryer vents are vented into the attic space. They should go outside of your home either in the soffits, out the roof or the side of your home. If you find a vent being discharged into your attic space, plan to redirect it immediately

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