For over 30 years, Goff Roof Systems has been the roof contractor of choice for roofing flat surfaces and working with a variety of commercial grade materials beyond just shingles. Roof installation and roof repairs for commercial buildings are what we do best!
Goff Roof Systems is a certified applicator of most residential roofing products. With over 30 years in business serving the west coast and central Florida areas, we have over 6000 new roofs under our belt. Experience the Goff difference and contact us today!
Tree branches and other roof debris can really accelerate the wear and tear on your roof, and they can also void your roofing warranty. Goff Roof Systems helps you avoid costly repairs and excessive wear and tear by keeping your roof clean and clear of debris, and properly maintained. At Goff Roof Systems, we suggest a yearly roof maintenance schedule to keep your roof in top shape.
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Goff Roofing was formed in 1983 by Mike Goff. For 15 years, the company grew to one of the larger residential roofing companies in Hillsborough and Polk counties, offering quality work for small to medium commercial jobs. Contracted jobs included the second Walmart built in the state (Plant City location) and 250,000 square feet of low income housing for the Plant City Housing Authority, to name a few.
In 1997, Goff roofing was purchased by the Waller Group of Lakeland and the name was changed to Goff-Waller roofing. Mike Goff remained onboard as General Manager, overseeing day-to-day operations and expanding opportunities of the company. During the 14 years the company was owned by the Waller family, it grew into a very successful full-service roofing company offering a broad range of roof systems, service department, expanded warranties, and inspections.
In 2004, when the state was ravaged by three hurricanes, Goff-Waller installed over 6,000 new roofs and completed more than 35,000 roofing repair jobs. The Waller family decided to concentrate their efforts in other directions and sold the roofing operations back to Mike Goff in 2011. Goff Roof Systems was formed and continues to offer the same great service and industry leading products people have come to expect from us. Goff Roof Systems employs the most experienced staff of mechanics and supervisors available, many with over 15 years of longevity with our company. We plan to continue using the same recipe for success proven effective in our previous 28 years of serving Central Florida’s roofing needs – offering great service and good, old-fashioned integrity.
All steep-slope roof systems (i.e., roofs with slopes of 25 percent or more) have five basic components:
Roof covering: shingles, tile, slate or metal and underlayment that protect the sheathing from weather.
Sheathing: boards or sheet material that are fastened to roof rafters to cover a house or building.
Roof structure: rafters and trusses constructed to support the sheathing.
Flashing: sheet metal or other material installed into a roof system's various joints and valleys to prevent water seepage.
Drainage: a roof system's design features, such as shape, slope and layout that affect its ability to shed water.
All too often, roof system problems are discovered after leaking or other serious damage occurs. Periodic (twice-a-year) inspections often can uncover cracked, warped or missing shingles; loose seams and deteriorated flashings; excessive surface granules accumulating in the gutters or downspouts; and other visible signs of roof system problems. Indoors, look for cracked paint, discolored plasterboard and peeling wallpaper as signs of damaged roof areas.
You have two basic options: You can choose a complete replacement of the roof system, involving a tear-off of your existing roof system, or re-cover the existing roof system, involving only the installation of a new roof system. If you've already had one re-cover installed on your original roof system, check with a professional roofing contractor. In many instances, building code requirements allow no more than one roof system re-cover before a complete replacement is necessary.
Not necessarily. Leaks can result from flashings that have come loose or a section of the roof system being damaged. A complete roof system failure, however, generally is irreversible and a result of improper installation or choice of materials or the roof system installation is inappropriate for the home or building.