A roofing contractor installs products and repairs surfaces that seal, waterproof and weatherproof structures. This work is performed to prevent water or its derivatives, compounds or solids from penetrating such protection and gaining access to material or space beyond. In the course of this work, the contractor examines and/or prepares surfaces and uses the following material: asphaltum, pitch, tar, felt, glass fabric, urethane foam, metal roofing systems, flax, shakes, shingles, roof tile, slate or any other roofing, waterproofing or membrane material(s) or a combination thereof.
Fort Lauderdale business-owners get most of their local licenses from Broward County. With licenses and permits on everything from auto mechanics to kosher foods, Broward County entrepreneurs are unlikely to get away with fewer than five licenses and permits. That’s partly because the state provides a lot of central regulation too. Anyone setting up shop in Fort Lauderdale should be prepared for a fair amount of paperwork. Fort Lauderdale has long been centered around the tourism industry and houses a wide variety of businesses related to it. Additionally, the city's popularity with retirees has led to a significant medical presence in the area. Fort Lauderdale also has a major boating industry and a robust financial sector.