Great point LT. I didn't know OOS roofers were allowed to fix roofs here yet though. A quote:
"The order allows "certified . . . registered, general, building or residential" contractors to repair roofs. The order covers nine counties affected by Charley, including Polk, Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Volusia.
Florida has some of the strictest contractor-licensing requirements in the nation. Trade groups have also been pushing the governor to grant temporary licenses to contractors from states with similarly tough requirements, so they, too .
Wednesday's executive order did not address that issue."
Does a roof warranty cover Hurricane damage at all? At this point I'm afraid we SHOULD let LICENSED OOS contractors repair roofs or suffer worse damage.
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