Areas We Serve

As a locally-owned company, Schick Roofing has been serving the residents of Central Florida for more than 15 years. During that time, we learned exactly how unpredictable Florida weather can be. Storms will come and go, but we’re here to stay.

While we serve customers across Central Florida, you’ll primarily see our trucks in the following areas:

  • Dr. Phillips
  • Windermere
  • Ocoee
  • Winter Garden
  • Horizon West
  • Hunters Creek
  • Clermont
  • Gotha


For shingle, tile, solar or low slope roofs, we’ve got you covered.

We use only the highest quality roofing products in our roof replacements, and couple them with our commitment to customer service. Our goal is to make your roofing experience as smooth as possible.

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A local business helping local businesses… we measure up.

Schick specializes in multi-unit housing complexes and small businesses such as office buildings, gas stations, churches, shopping plazas and golf and country clubs. During each project, the safely of employees, customers and residents is upmost priority.

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Storm Damage

Unlike so-called “storm chasers,” we’re here to stay.

Each year, hailstorms alone result in approximately $1 billion in roof damage across the country. Whether it’s a surprise thunderstorm in June or a hurricane in October, our team has always worked to provide protection and peace to our Central Florida neighbors. We’re prepared to tarp and replace as many roofs in the community as we can. We will assess your roof following a storm, provide a temporary fix in an emergency, and ultimately repair or replace your roof as needed. Be sure to give us a call immediately, so we can prioritize your home or business.

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Roof Cleaning

Enhance your home and extend your roof’s life.

Periodic cleaning as maintenance is important for your car, your house, even your teeth! And your roof is no exception.

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What to Expect When You Hire Schick


Some of the most common questions about our services we receive can be answered here.
Aerial photo of recently completed roof.

What happens after I choose Schick Roofing?

Once you select Schick Roofing for your roofing project, please sign and return the contract. Upon receipt, someone from our staff will contact you to review the following in-person: color selection of the materials and collection of the appropriate notarized municipality permit forms. We take care of all necessary permits and inspections with your county building department. You will also pay your deposit payment at this meeting.

When will I hear about the status of my roofing project?

Within one week of the project commencement, we will email to confirm your start date and crew arrival time, as well as provide specific direction regarding construction dumpster placement, material deliveries and other important information.

Do I need HOA approval?

Your homeowner’s association’s architectural review committee may require approval for your re-roof or color and manufacturer selection. Each HOA has a specific process and timeline. Please contact your homeowner’s association office for more details. In our experience, HOA’s do not authorize roofing contractors to obtain this approval but prefer to deal only with the property owners.

What should I let your Schick Roofing representative know in advance?

  • Please advise your Schick Roofing representative of any re-pipe, electrical, water, AC, or fire suppression lines that have been run in the attic. We will need to identify them accordingly before beginning any installation of new fasteners.
  • Notify us if you have an irrigation (sprinkler system); if so, please mark the sprinkler heads.
  • Flag the location of your septic tank, if you have one.

What should I expect during the roofing project?

Typically, once the project starts, it is complete within 3-5 days. This timeline starts when workers arrive on your property and continues through final cleanup and final inspection. During that time, expect a lot of noise from removal of the old roof and installation of the new roof.

How should I prepare my home or office interior for my roofing project?

  • Please consider boarding pets that may experience stress from noise or strangers on the property.
  • Take the appropriate measures to secure any items on the walls that may get damaged by extreme vibrations.
  • Do not arm security systems, as the vibrations almost always trigger the alarm.
  • Remove valuables or cover items stored in attic spaces.
  • There will be incidental debris that falls from vibrations and the overall re-roof process (changing of wood rot, removal of flashings, etc.) which our technicians might not be able to catch or access.

At what time will my roof project begin?

Workers will start early and finish late (optimizing work during the cool hours of the day). Our typical day runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., but it varies by job location, weather, and time of year.

How should I prepare the exterior of my home or office for the roofing project?

  • Park all vehicles away from the driveway or structure, as the driveway will be blocked for the duration of the project. Remove vehicles from any garage before the project starts, if you’ll need to access them during that time.
  • Limit outdoor traffic as much as possible. It can impede delivery of supplies, workers arriving and leaving, dump trailer(s) removing debris, etc.
  • Wear appropriate footwear with a dense sole whenever you walk outside your home. Flip flops, slides, and slippers are unsafe choices.
  • Protect any outdoor furniture, plants and landscaping or move it away from the roof area.
  • Do not mow your lawn during the re-roofing, as it will increase the potential for fastener damage and debris. Notify your scheduled lawn service ahead of time to delay service until completion of you project.
  • If you have a pool: please know we do our best to prevent debris from falling in, however a small amount might land in your pool, and it will have to be cleaned. Contact us promptly if you see debris in the pool so that we may help remove it. If you have your pool cleaned professionally, schedule your pool cleaning once the job is complete.
  • Move interior valuables, such as holiday decorations, out of attic or under-roof storage spaces. If assistance is needed, please do not hesitate to ask.
  • If you have a satellite dish, it will need to be removed. Please contact your provider for the dish reinstallation. We do not have the technology to align or remount your dish appropriately. When and if the dish is reinstalled, please consider a ground-mounting or side-mounting alternative to a roof-mounted satellite dish. A roof-mounted dish with external fastener penetrations void warranty coverage on your new roof system.

What can I expect after my roofing project is complete?

Please leave all paperwork including your permit posted until notified by Schick Roofing that it can be removed. A Building Inspector will arrive to perform a final inspection. This inspection, if approved, finalizes the permit. The inspector will need to access information in the posted paperwork to process the final inspection. Sometimes final inspections take up to 14 days, depending on the municipality. If this paperwork is removed prematurely by the property owner or tenant, it could trigger a failed final inspection and additional fees the property owner will have to pay.

We will schedule the pick-up of the construction dumpster at completion of the project and keep you informed of the pick-up status. Please understand that there may be a slight delay in the pick-up of the dumpster, depending when work is completed. When the dumpster has been picked up, we will send someone to perform a final sweep of your property to confirm all nails, debris and any remaining materials are removed. Once that is completed, we will let you know it is safe to use the driveway.

How is payment handled?

An invoice is prepared and delivered to you upon completion of the project. When full payment is received, we provide you with a notarized Contractor’s Final Affidavit. This document proves that all lienors under the direct contract have been fully paid. At that time, we will also provide your warranty paperwork, both material and workmanship.

What if my shingles don’t look perfect?

Immediately upon completion, you may notice small shingle imperfections. Those are completely normal. It takes 60 to 90 days for shingle adhesive to cure and for the shingles to smooth out. You should also expect to see some granule loss after the first rain, and for the next several months. This is also normal; it’s just excess granules from the packaging coming loose.

What if I need a Wind Mitigation Report for insurance purposes?

We recommend contacting a 3rd party to complete the inspection.

Useful Websites and Information

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (licensing information)
Florida Department of State DIVISION OF CORPORATION (company information)
Better Business Bureau Website (company ratings)
Florida’s Insurance Regulations (To find out more about homeowner’s insurance discounts or to download Hurricane Mitigation Verification Form)
Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency Roofs: Tax Credit Amount: 10% of the cost, up to $500 if your roof qualifies as reflective (more information visit
Solar policy information—Policies/Incentives

Can I get references for your vendors?

Upon request we are glad to provide information about our vendor accounts: outstanding bills, credit line, credit limit, payment history, to be used for consideration of proposal acceptance for your upcoming roofing project.

Which roof supply vendors do you work with?

ABC Supply Co. Inc.
Phone: (407) 849-6445

JGA Beacon Supply
Phone: (407) 291-7244

Suncoast Roofers Supply
Phone: (407) 650-9152

Alside Roofing Supply
Phone: (407) 293-9010

Romac Construction Materials
Phone: (352) 383-4111