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About us

The Central Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Association was established in 1955 as an affiliate of the Florida Roofing Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors Association. Although our goals are similar, CFRSA deals with issues that affect our members on the local level.

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purchase roof for elderly woman after News 6 report Woman previously paid company that never replaced her roof.

FRSA: Without Florida Building Commission Intervention, Less Protection, Higher Insurance Awaits Floridians

Florida Building Commission (FBC) committees begin meeting this week to consider requests to preserve Florida-specific building regulations for the 2013 code cycle. Without approval by the Commission, the codes will disappear in favor of a generic, international code that will likely result in less protection and higher property insurance rates for Florida residents.

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Protect yourself and your property by understanding who is Authorized / qualified to work for you!
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The Russell Home

CFRSA is proud to be a supporter of local charity organizations such as The Russell Home for Atypical Children. Read Vantrease Blair, The Russell Home Executive Director’s appreciation letter to CFRSA

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Advice for Hiring a Contractor

In today’s economy how do you know that the “roofer” you choose is Professional, Licensed, Insured and honest? With so many so called “contractors” it is up to you the consumer to do you’re homework on a contractor before you hire them. You should never take the “contractors” word or written word to be true.