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Winter Park, FL Roof Replacement and Leak Repair Services (407) 383-9118

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Timothy Parks Construction, Inc roofing services provides a variety of roof services in the Winter Park, FL area. We our certified roofing contractors for GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning Preferred ID209189, we use the highest quality roofing materials and installation practices in all our roof service offerings. Plus, the outstanding workmanship from our roofing professionals makes our roof services stand out as the best in Winter Park, FL

What kind of roof services do you need?

· We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

o Do you have a metal roof that needs Roof Repair Services?

o Does your flat roof need Roof Replacement Service?

o Do you suspect roof rot, notice missing shingles, or detect roof spots?

o Does your roof require Storm Damage Repair?

o Do you wish to improve the overall look of your home or business?

Whatever you need, Timothy Parks Construction, Inc. is available in Winter Park, FL offering residential roof services to fix your problem, including:

  • clip_image004Leaky Roofs in Winter Park, FL: Roof leaks typically manifest as localized damage that includes injury to shingles or shakes.
  • Repair Service in Winter Park, FL: From hurricane roof damage to missing shingles, We can fix your roof quickly and within your budget.
  • clip_image006Replacement Services in Winter Park, FL: Do you think you may need an entire new roof? Our professionally licensed roofers certified by GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning ID209189 will come out to your home or commercial property and inspect your roof in detail, and give you a free estimate on what kind of roof work needs to be done. We work with you to replace your roof in time and within your budget.

The Fundamentals of Roofing Remodeling

http://www.tprci.com

Office: 407-383-9118 Central Florida Area
Office: 941-270-2677 Southwest Florida Area
Fax: 941-270-1809 Main Office

The Fundamentals of Roofing Remodeling

Englewood, Fl – Roofing Leaks Repairs and GAF ELK Timberline Shingle – (941) 270-2677

Roof replacement or roof repairs needed? – Timothy Parks Construction & Roofing can give you roofing piece of mind. Our professional GAF ELK Certified CE 18239 roofing service will provide the perfect solution for your home improvement and remodeling needs in Englewood, Fl. http://www.tprci.com/roofing.html (941) 270-2677 Englewood, Fl

A roof leak is a major nuisance for most homeowners in Venice, Fl. Finding a roof leak can be frustrating or relatively simple, depending on location and weather conditions in Englewood, Fl. http://www.tprci.com/roofing.html (941) 270-2677

If your roof is older, it is possible that the leak is within the roof field. This means the expanse of shingles, slate, shakes, whatever. If your roof is asphalt, then you can walk around with ease. Other materials such as slate, concrete tile or clay tile may not be so forgiving. You can crack roofing if you walk on it, so be careful. With regular shingles, look at the tops of the vertical knockouts. Look for missing colored granules. Look for cracks. Possibly a nail has backed itself out of the roof sheathing. Simply take the time and call Timothy Parks Construction & Roofing in Englewood, Fl. (941) 270-2677 http://www.tprci.com/roofing.html

Smart Money Financing: GAF ELK Certified CE 18239

Our competitive loan offers

  • Our loan features are very competitive
  • Unsecured installment loan
  • Loan amounts from $1,000 to $45,000
  • Extended loan repayment terms from one to 10 years (depending on loan size)
  • Competitive fixed interest rates
  • No prepayment penalties
  • Comprehensive list of eligible home improvements and equipment installations
  • Loan commitment period is 120 days from loan approval date
  • Same-As-Cash, Zero Interest Rate and Deferred Payment options available

Markets Served:

Cape Coral, FL

Port Charlotte, FL Roof Replacement and Leak Repair Services (941) 270-2677

Port Charlotte, FL Roof Replacement and Leak Repair Services (941) 270-2677

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Timothy Parks Construction, Inc roofing services provides a variety of roof services in the Port Charlotte, FL area. We our certified roofing contractors for GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning Preferred ID209189, we use the highest quality roofing materials and installation practices in all our roof service offerings. Plus, the outstanding workmanship from our roofing professionals makes our roof services stand out as the best in Port Charlotte, FL

What kind of roof services do you need?

· We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

o Do you have a metal roof that needs Roof Repair Services?

o Does your flat roof need Roof Replacement Service?

o Do you suspect roof rot, notice missing shingles, or detect roof spots?

o Does your roof require Storm Damage Repair?

o Do you wish to improve the overall look of your home or business?

Whatever you need, Timothy Parks Construction, Inc. is available in Port Charlotte, FL offering residential roof services to fix your problem, including:

  • clip_image004Leaky Roofs in Port Charlotte, FL: Roof leaks typically manifest as localized damage that includes injury to shingles or shakes.
  • Repair Service in Port Charlotte, FL: From hurricane roof damage to missing shingles, We can fix your roof quickly and within your budget.
  • clip_image006Replacement Services in Port Charlotte, FL: Do you think you may need an entire new roof? Our professionally licensed roofers certified by GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning ID209189 will come out to your home or commercial property and inspect your roof in detail, and give you a free estimate on what kind of roof work needs to be done. We work with you to replace your roof in time and within your budget.

Kissimmee, Fl Roof Replacement and Leak Repair Services (407) 383-9118

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Timothy Parks Construction, Inc roofing services provides a variety of roof services in the Kissimmee, Fl area. We our certified roofing contractors for GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning Preferred ID209189, we use the highest quality roofing materials and installation practices in all our roof service offerings. Plus, the outstanding workmanship from our roofing professionals makes our roof services stand out as the best in Kissimmee, Fl

What kind of roof services do you need?

· We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

o Do you have a metal roof that needs Roof Repair Services?

o Does your flat roof need Roof Replacement Service?

o Do you suspect roof rot, notice missing shingles, or detect roof spots?

o Does your roof require Storm Damage Repair?

o Do you wish to improve the overall look of your home or business?

Whatever you need, Timothy Parks Construction, Inc. is available in Kissimmee, Fl offering residential roof services to fix your problem, including:

  • clip_image004Leaky Roofs in Kissimmee, Fl: Roof leaks typically manifest as localized damage that includes injury to shingles or shakes.
  • Repair Service in Kissimmee, Fl: From hurricane roof damage to missing shingles, We can fix your roof quickly and within your budget.
  • clip_image006Replacement Services in Kissimmee, Fl: Do you think you may need an entire new roof? Our professionally licensed roofers certified by GAF Elk CE18239 & Owens Corning ID209189 will come out to your home or commercial property and inspect your roof in detail, and give you a free estimate on what kind of roof work needs to be done. We work with you to replace your roof in time and within your budget.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Orlando FL Call 863-455-9097 – Cause Fire Hazards if not cleaned on a regular basis.

Dryer Vent Cleaning – How to Get Lint Out of Your Dryer Vents

Unlike the dishwasher or clothes washing machine, the dryer needs a little ongoing maintenance to keep it in safe, proper working condition. How does a clothes dryer work? The way your dryer works is pretty simple – it spins clothes around in hot air while an exhaust vent sends damp air outside. A round, flexible exhaust tube connects to the back of your dryer and then to a duct in the wall that leads somewhere outside — so all the hot, moist air coming out of the dryer ends up outside. As your heated clothes tumble in the hot air, lint (tiny bits of the cotton or other fibers that make up your clothing) comes off the fabric and most of it gets caught in the lint trap as the exhaust air passes through it. The lint trap is usually accessed either inside the dryer door or on top of the dryer — it usually looks like a plastic or wire screen. Whatever gets past the lint trap goes out the exhaust vent and duct and either clings to the sides of the tube (it is wet with condensation and can be sticky) or blows out the exhaust vent outside.

 


Dryer Vent Problems – How do you know when to clean your dryer vents and ducts?

Since your dryer has to blow exhaust air out through the ducts, the shorter the ductwork the better. The total recommended length is normally less than 25 feet from the back of your dryer to the outside vent cover — that’s with a straight running exhaust duct. If you have bends and turns, it should be an even shorted distance. The more turns and the further the distance, the harder your dryer must work to move exhaust air and loose lint — and the harder your dryer works and the longer it runs, the sooner it will wear out and have to be replaced or repaired. If your dryer has clogged vents and ducts, there are usually a few signs you’ll see:

Garage Storage

GIVE TIMOTHY A CALL @ 941) 270-2677, (727) 260-7344 or (407) 383-9118

Garage Storage

Where can we put all that stuff in the garage? I remember a comedy routine by the late George Carlin where he ranted for 20 minutes about ” all that stuff we all accumulate” very funny.. Anyway, thought I would share some ideas on garage storage. Not that mine is pristine by any stretch but I have found a lot of extra storage by suspending shelving, bikes, tools etc. from the ceiling. Most ceiling heights in the garage are well over 8 feet tall and provide a ton of storage that usually isn’t getting utilized. The walls are filled up with lawn tools and the floor is usually occupied with a little bit of everything, but all that space above our heads is just collecting spiders and webs.
The home centers have a lot of mounting hardware that can be used to suspend bikes, tools, coolers, spare pieces of wood or pipe, you name it. You can screw them right into the rafters for the ceiling with some 2-1/2″ wood screws. Make sure anything suspended above the garage door does not prevent the door from opening and closing properly.
If you need help finding a place for your “stuff” or would like some additional ideas on home maintenance, please visit us at www.tprci.com

FEMA: Evacuation Plans

 

When community evacuations become necessary, local officials provide information to the public through the media. In some circumstances, other warning methods, such as sirens or telephone calls, also are used. Additionally, there may be circumstances under which you and your family feel threatened or endangered and you need to leave your home, school, or workplace to avoid these situations.

The amount of time you have to leave will depend on the hazard. If the event is a weather condition, such as a hurricane that can be monitored, you might have a day or two to get ready. However, many disasters allow no time for people to gather even the most basic necessities, which is why planning ahead is essential.

Evacuation: More Common than You Realize

Evacuations are more common than many people realize. Hundreds of times each year, transportation and industrial accidents release harmful substances, forcing thousands of people to leave their homes. Fires and floods cause evacuations even more frequently. Almost every year, people along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts evacuate in the face of approaching hurricanes.

Ask local authorities about emergency evacuation routes and see if maps may are available with evacuation routes marked.

FEMA: Evacuation Plans

Buy supplies early to prepare for the storm. When the storm threatens, lines will be long and supplies short

(407) 383-9118 Orlando Office

(727) 260-7344 Tampa Bay Office

(941) 270-2677 Sarasota Office

Timothy Parks Construction, Inc. Website

Hurricane Preparedness, Roof Leaks and Roof Repairs in Sarasota, FL 24 Hr a Day!

Buy supplies early to prepare for the storm. When the storm threatens, lines will be long and supplies short

(407) 383-9118 Orlando Office

(727) 260-7344 Tampa Bay Office

(941) 270-2677 Sarasota Office

FEMA: During a Hurricane

 

If a hurricane is likely in your area, you should:

  • Listen to the radio or TV for information.
  • Secure your home, close storm shutters, and secure outdoor objects or bring them indoors.
  • Turn off utilities if instructed to do so. Otherwise, turn the refrigerator thermostat to its coldest setting and keep its doors closed.
  • Turn off propane tanks.· Avoid using the phone, except for serious emergencies.
  • Moor your boat if time permits.
  • Ensure a supply of water for sanitary purposes such as cleaning and flushing toilets. Fill the bathtub and other large containers with water.

You should evacuate under the following conditions:

  • If you are directed by local authorities to do so. Be sure to follow their instructions.
  • If you live in a mobile home or temporary structure—such shelters are particularly hazardous during hurricanes no matter how well fastened to the ground.
  • If you live in a high-rise building—hurricane winds are stronger at higher elevations.
  • If you live on the coast, on a floodplain, near a river, or on an inland waterway.
  • If you feel you are in danger.

If you are unable to evacuate, go to your safe room. If you do not have one, follow these guidelines:

  • Stay indoors during the hurricane and away from windows and glass doors.
  • Close all interior doors—secure and brace external doors.
  • Keep curtains and blinds closed. Do not be fooled if there is a lull; it could be the eye of the storm – winds will pick up again.
  • Take refuge in a small interior room, closet, or hallway on the lowest level.