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Roofing Only In Florida
Since 1994

We Know Hurricanes!

Since 1994, Collis Roofing has served only Florida and been the largest roofing contractor to help restore and replace new roofs on residential, commercial and multifamily homes, including Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Charlie, Hurricane Matthew, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Ian.

We don’t chase storms!

Remember, to protect yourself and your family from out of state and local (sadly) storm chasers. If more than 50% of their work is insurance related, even outside of a major storm, that is typically a strong sign that you are dealing with a storm chaser.

It is okay to ask!

Make sure you personally check that they are licensed on the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and that they are properly insured. You don’t want to be left stranded by someone who just got their license, is paying to rent out someone’s roofing license, or has someone get hurt on the job and sues you because they don’t have insurance.

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Financial Assistance for Hurricane Deductibles

At Collis Roofing, we understand that most people don't have money sitting around for a hurricane or named storm deductible, which is why we offer a variety of financing options for your deductible that are budget friendly and fit your personal needs.

Collis Roofing does not allow for any discounts, applications of coupons or waivers of insurance deductibles under any circumstance per Florida Law.

Protect yourself from a Felony.

If you are approached by a licensed or unlicensed roofing contractor that offers to discount or not collect your insurance deductible to provide you with a free roof, then please alert the Florida Department of Business and Regulation. Some insurance companies have also set up stings to catch those participating in insurance fraud.

Florida Statute 817.234 False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims (7)(d) A contractor, or a person acting on behalf of a contractor, may not knowingly or willfully and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive, pay, waive, or rebate all or part of an insurance deductible applicable to payment to the contractor, or a person acting on behalf of a contractor, for repairs to property covered by a property insurance policy. A person who violates this paragraph commits a third-degree felony, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.