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Tess Brady Heribacka – Total Home Roofing Customer Making a Difference

Total Home Roofing’s Culture of Caring Initiative strives to shine a light on our amazing customers doing incredible work.  Tess Brady Heribacka,Co-Founder OASIS,  is an outstanding example of just that.  OASIS works to improve the morale of troops currently deployed by supporting them with themed packages and card writing campaigns.       HOW CAN

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Total Home Roofing Customers Making a Difference

Total Home Roofing’s Culture of Caring Initiative strives to shine a light on our amazing customers doing incredible work.  Patricia Bryan, Executive Director of Walk on Water, Equine Assisted Therapy & Horseback Riding, is an outstanding example of just that.  Her non-profit ministry for therapeutic horseback riding is a wonderfully uplifting place to visit and the

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Total Home Roofing 1st Annual Community Dinner

  Wednesday, November 22nd   2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Viera Regional Park On Wednesday November 22nd, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Viera Regional Park (soccer pavilion), Total Home Roofing is hosting a free Thanksgiving Community Event.  There will be 500 free turkey dinners available, live music and a fun festive family atmosphere.  Tickets are available ahead of

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Culture of Caring Initiative

Total Home Roofing Announces Culture of Caring Initiative We want to hear from you! Total Home Roofing has some amazing customers and we want to share your stories. Email us yours. If we feature yours, you’ll recieve a $100 donation to your favorite charity. Stories of community involvement, charity work, achievement, inspiration, fun family stories,

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Asphalt, Tile or Metal?

What Type of Roof Is Right For Me?

When considering what type of roofing to install, weigh aesthetics against cost. Roofing materials come in varying grades and corresponding prices. Look at the full product range and make a choice based on your budget and needs. Prices and durability can range considerably. Here are the types of roofing to consider. Asphalt Roofing Shingles The

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Is It Time to Replace That Old Roof?

Not sure of the condition of your roof and worried that it may be time to replace it?  Sometimes a roof can naturally reach the end of its useful life without experiencing a roof failure. Spotting a failing roof before you have interior damage, leaks or mold could save you  a lot of money and hardship

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Maximize Your Insurance Settlement with a Public Adjuster 

Anyone who suffered damage from the recent hurricanes may want to consider hiring a Public Adjuster before contacting their insurance company. What is A Public Adjuster? A Public Insurance Adjuster is an expert on loss adjustment and the recovery process, and is employed by the policyholder not the insurance company. The Public Adjuster assists you,

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Boost Your Home’s Resale Value with a New Roof

New roofing gives you the opportunity to cut cooling costs while improving curb appeal and resale value. New roofing probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind while thinking about home improvements.  Most certainly not the most exciting.  Most of us think of a new roof like we would central air or a water

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How to get FEMA Assistance and Avoid Scams

All Central Florida counties eligible for FEMA disaster assistance. If your home or business sustained losses from Hurricane Irma you can apply for assistance To apply, visit www.disasterassistance.gov or download FEMA App by clicking on Disaster Resources. The process can also be started via phone by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). The number is toll free and operational between

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Tips for Filing an Insurance Claim After Hurricane Irma

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have caused a massive amount of property damage in the U.S. and that means tens of thousands of insurance claims.  If there is damage to your home, contact your insurance company as soon as possible for an adjuster to come to your home and appraise the damage. Remember, in a disaster

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Q: WHAT TO DO IF YOU SUSPECT THAT YOU MAY HAVE ROOF DAMAGE? A: If you suspect you have roof damage, you need to do the following: 1. Stay safe — avoid going on the roof to check for damage yourself and instead contact a professional roofer. 2. Inspect your attic for leaks or water damage.

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