Benefits of a New Roof

Benefits of a New Roof

A new roof can be a serious investment, so it’s important you know just what benefits you’ll get from replacing an old roof – and how much it will cost. There have never been more options for residential rooftops, from color and style to materials and protection. Whether you’re interested in shingles, tiles, stone slats, or metal, here are some of the top advantages a new roof brings. Continue reading

What to Look for After a Storm

What to Look for After a Storm

You have survived the whipping winds and pelting rain of another storm – it’s time to let out a sigh of relief. But wait! Have you inspected your roof carefully? If not, you may soon discover that the last storm caused more damage to your commercial building than you thought; and not taking that storm seriously may cost you thousands in additional repairs. Continue reading

What To Look For During Commercial Roof Inspections

What To Look For During Commercial Roof Inspections

It is recommended that you have your commercial roof inspected every six to 12 months as part of a complete roofing maintenance routine. These inspections are important as they allow a roofer to check for signs of damage and wear. If damage or wear is noted, a roofing professional can repair the damaged areas, helping to prevent more widespread or extensive damage. If you are getting ready to have a commercial roofing inspection completed, you may find yourself wondering what a roofer will be looking for during the inspection. Read on to find out.  Continue reading

Why Commercial Roof Maintenance is Important

Why Commercial Roof Maintenance is Important

Maintaining your commercial roof may not seem like a huge deal. As such, many commercial building owners put it off when they are busy or short on money. However, maintaining your commercial roof is extremely important. Learning why roof maintenance is important can help you see the benefit in routinely having your commercial roof inspected and maintained.  Continue reading

The Problems Water Intrusion From a Commercial Roof Can Cause

The Problems Water Intrusion From a Commercial Roof Can Cause

If you fail to properly maintain your commercial roof, water may be able to work its way through the roof. It is recommended that you have your commercial roof inspected once every 6 to 12 months to ensure problems are repaired before these problems occur. However, many building owners do not realize the danger associated with water intrusion, and as such, do not maintain their roof as frequently as they should. Here are a few of the problems that water intrusion from a commercial roof can cause.  Continue reading

What Your Roof Maintenance Plan Should Look Like

What Your Roof Maintenance Plan Should Look Like

Your commercial roofing system is essential to your commercial building. The roof keeps moisture out, helps with your energy usage and helps keep the items stored inside of the building safe and sound. As such, it is vital to properly maintain your commercial roof. Unfortunately, many commercial building owners have no idea what this consists of and what their roof maintenance plan should look like. Here are a few key points that should be included on your roof maintenance plan.  Continue reading

5 Main Low Slope Roofing Materials: Which is Right for Your Roof?

5 Main Low Slope Roofing Materials: Which is Right for Your Roof?

Low slope or flat roofs — where the slope rises less than four inches in a run of 12 inches — require special systems to prevent leaks. Whether the roof protects a giant industrial building or your home, you want to choose the best system for your structure. Most low-slope roofs are now built or re-covered with one of four main material types, TPO, PVC, EPDM or Modified Bitumen, while Built-Up declines in popularity. Continue reading

What are the Differences Between Residential and Commercial Roofing?

What are the Differences Between Residential and Commercial Roofing?

If it is time to consider replacing the roof on your home or commercial building, you may be wondering what the difference is between the two. After all, a roof is a roof, right? That’s not exactly true. The difference between a roof installed on a residential home can vary greatly from one put onto a large warehouse or other commercial structure. Continue reading