Roofing Contractor & Inspection Services in Florida
Larry J. Meyers Roofing Inc. is a family-owned and Florida-based roofing company founded in 2000.
Larry has been working in the industry since 1985. All of our business comes from word of mouth, mostly from homeowners, suppliers, and contractors. For over 20 years, we have built a reputation for great craftsmanship.
Our employees are highly skilled professionals who have been specially trained by Larry Meyers himself. We make it a point to adhere to building code requirements and manufacturer specifications.
We uphold the highest standards in the construction industry and comply with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, OSHA, and Florida Division of Workman's Compensation requirements.
We promote a safe working environment and have regular safety meetings with our employees. We provide ongoing training and instruction to our staff to ensure that they stay updated with the latest practices.
We aim to deliver results that are up to your satisfaction. Our motto is ‘committed to quality,’ which sums up our mindset. We would appreciate the opportunity to offer our services to you.
ABOUT LARRY MEYERS
Larry Meyers has a certified roofing license dating back to 1995 (CCC 057260).
Larry has worked on thousands of commercial and residential projects.
Designated as one of the best master roofers in the trade, Larry is a preferred installer for GAF, Owens Corning, Metal Sales, Eagle Tile, and Boral Tile roofs and he is a certified installer for 2001 TPO, Polyglass, and Versico Roofing Products (EPDM and TPO).
While his expertise is exceptionally diverse, Larry specializes in commercial roofing, specifically, TPO, metal, and modified bitumen roofs
Types of Roofs
We have two divisions on our roofing services – residential
and commercial. We provide a wide range of
complete roofing services.
Engineering uplift test
Mitigation inspection services
Insurance claim appraisers
Mediation and appraisal services
Roof repair and material acquisition
Storm damage assessment
High velocity wind load calculations