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Expert Roofing Solutions:
Repairs, Re-Roofing, and Quality Service

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With over 30 years of professional construction experience, Giampri Corp, The Goat Roofer is your trusted, family-owned roofing company dedicated to providing exceptional roof repairs and re-roofing services for tile, shingle, and metal roofs.

Get to know roof basics.

  1. Inspection: Assess the condition of the existing roof and identify any potential issues.

  2. Pictures: Take photographs for documentation purposes.

  3. Safety: Implement necessary safety measures to protect the property before commencing work.

  4. Demolition: Remove existing shingle roofing materials, including shingles and underlayment.

  5. Plywood Inspection: Check plywood for rot or damage; replace damaged sections.

  6. Re-Nailing Deck: Secure plywood to rafters for a solid base.

  7. Secondary Barrier Optional: Install 4-inch strips as a water barrier on plywood seams.

  8. Underlayment: Apply 30lb felt with tin caps over the entire roof deck.

  9. Valley and Flashing: Install metal valleys and replace flashing near roof penetrations.

  • Self Adhere Membrane: Apply self-adhering  membrane for waterproofing.

  • Starter Shingles: Place starter shingles at eaves and rake edges.

  • Shingle Installation: Follow manufacturer's instructions for shingle placement.

  • Cleanup: Remove debris, nails, and materials for a clean and safe area.

Shingle Roof Certainteed Sure Star Warranty 50 Years

  • Self Adhere Membrane: Apply self-adhering  membrane for waterproofing.

  • Tile Installation: Follow manufacturer's instructions for Tile placement.

  • Cleanup: Remove debris, nails, and materials for a clean and safe area.

Concrete and Clay Tile

  • Self Adhere Membrane: Apply self-adhering  membrane for waterproofing and Fire Protection.

  • Metal Installation: Follow manufacturer's instructions for Metal placement.

  • Cleanup: Remove debris, nails, and materials for a clean and safe area.

Metal Roof

My Safe Florida Home Up to $10,000.00 Grant

Last year, the Florida Legislature created a new My Safe Florida Home (MSFH) program as part of the insurance reforms designed to help homeowners cope with property insurance challenges. The program provides free wind inspections and wind mitigation matching grants to qualified homeowners who wish to strengthen their homes.

A Stronger Home Can Mean a Lower Insurance Premium.


An owner of a site-built, single-family, residential house or townhouse may apply for and receive an inspection without any further obligation to apply for a grant.

Who is eligible to receive a hurricane mitigation inspection?



  • You must have received a free home hurricane inspection through the My Safe Florida Home Program.

  • You must provide proof of homestead exemption. If you need assistance obtaining a copy of your homestead exemption information, please confer with your local Property Appraiser or Tax Collectors’ Office.

  • You must provide documentation that your home is insured for less than $700,000 and provide a copy of your current property insurance declarations page. If you do not have a copy, contact your home insurance company.

  • The initial building construction permit for the home must have been issued prior to January 1, 2008. If you do not know when your home was built, please contact your local officials. This information is frequently available through the website or office of your Property Appraiser


Who is eligible for a grant?


The Legislature has authorized DFS to provide a matching grant to eligible homeowners up to $10,000 for the actual cost of qualifying home hurricane mitigation projects. The program will provide $2 in grant funds for every $1 the homeowner provides.  Low income grants have been increased from $5,000 to $10,000.

How much can I receive through the grant process?



According to Florida Statute 215.5586, 2(b), “All grants must be matched on the basis of $1 provided by the applicant for $2 provided by the state up to a maximum state contribution of $10,000 toward the actual cost of the mitigation project.” In other words, the homeowner must contribute funds equal to 1/3 of the cost of the project toward the project to be reimbursed for the remaining 2/3’s up to a maximum state contribution of $10,000.

For example, if an applicant were to pay $15,000 for new impact-rated windows, their required contribution would be $5,000, and the state’s contribution would be equal to the maximum grant amount of $10,000. If the windows cost $9,000, the applicant would pay $3,000 and would receive a state-matched Reimbursement of $6,000. If the windows cost more than $15,000, the applicant would still only receive $10,000, as that is the maximum reimbursement amount

How do I calculate my reimbursement amount?


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