Evans Roof
News - August 2014

Rainy SeasonRainy season causes delays

We would like to take this opportunity to apologize to any customers that saw delays in the repair schedule this summer. This delay is due to the higher than normal volume of repair requests compounded by the record amounts of rainfall we’ve been having in 2014 rainy season. Our staff are working as hard as possible to complete repairs in a timely matter. Thank you for your patients.


While there have been two hurricanes so far in the June to November tropical cyclone formation season this year (Arthur and Bertha), neither of them was classified as major. While many of us may be hoping that no major storm will materialize this year, the forecasts made for the season by all the major experts agree on one thing – there will be at least one major hurricane at some point before the end of November.


Types of RoofFocus of the Month: Energy Efficient Roofs

If you are wondering how much energy savings you can get from doing something new about your roof, then there are a few general tips on what you should consider:


• Cool roofs: they look great and reflect away the sunlight, which prevents your roof from overheating and making your air conditioning work twice as hard. To make your roof cool, either apply a special coating to your existing roof or, if re-roofing, find lighter-colored versions of the materials you are using.

• Well-insulated roofs: investing the time and effort into top quality insulation may practically remove the need for too much heating or air conditioning, while also lowering your power bill and heat emissions.

• Modern roofs: re-roofing your house is a big decision, but if you haven’t done so in a long time, just consider how far technology and environmentally sustainable material production have gone since then. Just ask your roofer for some advice on what you should do to not only change the way your roof looks but to make the impact even deeper.

Did you know?

Types of roof

Dark-colored roofs can heat up to 175 degrees when the air temperature is 95 degrees. Just imagine how much of that heat gets transferred into the house below!

Job of the month

Evans Roofing Business Florida

Located: Oakland Park, FL
Roof Size: 2,800 sq ft
Roof System: Metal Roof, Mill Finish, Standing seams
Roof system supplied from Major Metals.

Old Bill Says:


Old Bill says

There is a common misconception that a roofer is just a roof installer. The truth is that your roofer can also give advice and recommendations on energy savings, safety techniques when putting up your Christmas lights and many other things. Our roofers are friendly and approachable – be sure to chat to one of them when they come by to work on your house. Old Bill has spoken


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Broward County

EVANS Roofing
1071 N.E. 43rd Street.
Oakland Park, Florida 33334
Tel: (954) 566.5238
Fax: (954) 561.7776

Miami Dade County

EVANS Roofing
4242 S.W. 74th Avenue, Suite A
, Florida 33155
Tel: (305) 896.4846
Fax: (305) 261.0101

Palm Beach County

EVANS Roofing
3599 23rd Ave South
Lake Worth, FL 33461
Tel: (561) 254.6749
Fax: (561) 493-2233

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