Storm Proof Roofing for Superior Hurricane Protection
G&R is a leading supplier and installer of reliable storm proof roofing across South Florida. Find out how we can save you up to 25% when compared to other leading brands.
Concrete or Clay tile roofing can stand against 125 mph winds with the proper attachment. Roofs made with tiles are cost-effective, long lasting, and naturally fireproof. Tiles are a common choice as they will not decay and are resistant to insect damage and rot.
A shingle roof that has been fitted right can be effective against winds up to 130 mph. They are impact resistant and work extremely well against hail conditions. Shingles are available in different colors and styles, so you can find one that really works for you.
A metal roof can last up to 40 years on a home. They are a lightweight but durable option that is energy efficient and has a good fire rating. A metal roof comes with maximum rain shedding abilities preventing leaks.
Slate is naturally resistant to fire and can adapt well to temperature changes. If you install a slate roof correctly it can last you up to 100 years! They are also impact resistant and can withstand heavy rain without any issues.
When a hurricane hits, your roof is one of your first lines of defense. Built with trusted, quality materials, our storm proof roofing will not only protect you and your loved ones but fit in with the aesthetics of your home too. At G&R, we also adhere to the strictest building codes, ensuring your roofing installation is safe and compliant.
When your home is faced with a storm your roof needs to be able to stand against high winds, flying debris, hail, and heavy rain. While the most noticeable damage is in the dents and holes a good storm creates, there are other damages that your roof needs to be able to prevent.
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Homeowners Insurance Discounts Available
Florida statute 627.0629 for residential properties, requires all insurance companies to provide homeowners with insurance discounts if their homes are protected against windstorms, effectively. Call us for more information.
Miami-Dade Code Certified
It is the Notice of Acceptance (NOA) issued by the Miami-Dade County that certifies a product as impact resistant. This product approval also provides a label for the product that designates how long the certification will last. The NOA also provides information on dimensions, parts, materials, accessories, and installation guidelines for a product. You can download a copy of the NOA from the Miami-Dade County website.