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February 2017 News Letter

Service Works "Up On Top" Newsletter
February 2017
Our industry, and the construction industry as a whole, is experiencing an upturn in business as the economy continues to improve and the future looks bright.

Materials pricing continues to be stable with no dramatic increases in the foreseeable future. Materials availability remains strong but suppliers are warehousing less product and depending more on just in time shipping. 

Labor continues to be a challenge with the skilled professionals garnering top wages and the workforce continuing to age. As always the laborer positions are difficult to fill based upon the demanding work and difficult conditions.

We at Service Works are committed to keeping our workers trained on the latest installation and repair techniques so that our valued customers received the quality and service that they expect. We also place a high emphasis on a safe and secure job site overseen by a full time Safety Director.           

For your next reroofing, repair, or preventative maintenance project call Service Works, Your Full Service Roofing Contractor.

Is It My Roof, Or Is It.....
Roof leaks are often a nuisance for a building owner or property manager. Often difficult to track down, leaks can cause damage to interior finishes and lead to tenant complaints - and, if not resolved, unhappy tenants. Those leaks can become a nightmare when a financial decision is made to replace the entire roof of the building...and it still leaks. 

Occasionally a roofing contractor will get a call to come out and try to resolve the leaks on their new installation. The client usually starts with an explanation that this is a brand new roof, that it has had issues from day one, and that the roofer has been out numerous times to satisfy the warranty to no avail. The roofer now says that the problem is not the roof, but something else. That news may be hard for a building owner to accept - after all, it was probably a significant financial investment - but most of the time the roofer is right.
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Service Works is Your Full Service Roofing Contractor specializing in 24/7 leak repairs, preventative maintenance, and reroofing. When it has to be done on time and within budget, you can depend on Service Works. 
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It is the start of a new year and you are wondering "How much do I need to budget to maintain my roof"?

A good budget number based on a typical warehouse style roof would be about $.02 per square foot, whereas a more congested roof like a hospital roof would be closer to $.05 per square foot.     

To find out exactly how much you should budget for maintenance on your roofs call you local office of Service Works, Your Full Service Roofing Contractor.
5423 N. 59th Street
Tampa, FL 33610

6220 Metro Plantation Road 
Ft. Myers, FL 33966
2423 S. Orange Avenue #344
Orlando, FL 32806
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