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Seasons Greetings - December 2021 Fri, Jan 07, 2022 December is here – and that means that college football teams will be deciding which teams will be playing in the BCS and other bowl games; and ice hockey and college basketball have started. The weather – in Florida at least – is much nicer to work ... Read More

Giving Back - RCASF - November 2021 Sun, Dec 19, 2021 Make-A-Wish Receives $225,000 Donation from RCASF Annual Fishing Tournament Read More

Why You Need a Succession Plan - November 2021 Sat, Dec 18, 2021 When things are rolling along for your business, a succession plan is not necessarily a topic that is looming in the front of your mind. Read More

Human Resources Update - November 2021 Fri, Dec 17, 2021 Unemployment Compensation can be a large expense for employers in terms of taxes and time spent responding to unemployment claims. Read More

Pasco County to Become Home for Tunnel to Towers Foundation Village - November 2021 Thu, Dec 16, 2021 The Pasco County Commission has cleared the way for the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation to create a neighborhood in Land O’Lakes devoted to recipients of mortgage-free homes for catastrophically injured veterans, surviving widows and child... Read More

Lightning Safety When Working Outdoors - November 2021 Wed, Dec 15, 2021 Lightning strikes can severely injure or kill workers whose jobs involve working outdoors. Read More

"We're Using the Fall Safety Monitoring System." Really? - November 2021 Tue, Dec 14, 2021 In the OSHA regulations section 29 CFR 1926.501(b) (10) it states that for roofing work on low-slope roofs “on roofs 50-feet (15.25m) or less in width (see Appendix A to subpart M of this part), the use of a safety monitoring system alone [i.e. witho... Read More

Here's Why You Should Consider Restoration Before Replacement - November 2021 Mon, Dec 13, 2021 Today’s professional roofing contractors have options when a customer calls about a leak. Before considering a full tear-off and replacement, it’s important to investigate whether a restoration job would be more beneficial for everyone. Read More

Is Modified Bitumen Part of Your Roofing Arsenal? A Few Reasons Your Answer Should Be, "Yes" - November 2021 Sun, Dec 12, 2021 “I have been doing this a long time…” My Dad used to tell me that when I first started working with him in the roofing industry and would ask why we did things the way we did them. Read More

Demand for Material Outpacing Supply - November 2021 Sat, Dec 11, 2021 Everyone in the roofing industry is familiar with the severe shortage of almost all the materials we use. Lead times are extraordinarily long, if not completely unknown. Read More

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