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Digging Deeper into Ian's Destruction - December 2022 Mon, Dec 05, 2022 As I finished last month’s column (www.floridaroof.com/frm11-22p12), I had just returned from hurricane damage reconnaissance in areas north of where Hurricane Ian made landfall. Read More

The Codes are Working: Newer Buildings Tended to Protect Better During Ian - November 2022 Fri, Nov 25, 2022 At the October Florida Building Commission meeting in Gainesville, Dr. David Prevatt of the UF Department of Civil Engineering, presented preliminary findings to the Commission on the effects of Hurricane Ian to buildings in the area of impact. Read More

Post Storm Event - Considerations For Repairing Damaged Concrete and Clay Roofing Tiles - November 2022 Fri, Nov 18, 2022 The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance (TRIA) is an industry trade association comprised of roof tile manufacturers, roofing contractors and suppliers dedicated to the advancement of tile roofing. Properly installed tile roofs last longer than most compa... Read More

Ian Leaves Broken Hearts, Hopefully It Can Also Open Eyes - November 2022 Mon, Nov 14, 2022 I’m writing this article roughly a week after Hurricane Ian battered the state as one of the largest and deadliest hurricanes to hit Florida since 1935. Coincidentally, last month I discussed the potential of a similar scenario to Ian and the impact ... Read More

As Florida Reels from Ian, Elections March Forward - November 2022 Mon, Nov 07, 2022 It’s hard to discuss politics when so many of our fellow Floridians continue to suffer following Hurricane Ian. I hope each of you and your families were safe in the storm and that you’ve encountered minimal disruption. Our hearts continue to pour ou... Read More