A sagging roof on your commercial building usually indicates something is seriously wrong with the roof or the structural integrity of the building. It should be addressed immediately. Here are three possible reasons for a sagging commercial roof.
One term that you probably see a lot when you're researching roofing materials is that PVC roofs are "flame resistant." This is true and it's obviously important for most commercial building owners, but a far more important factor is a roof's fire […]
No matter how you look at it, roofs are expensive – from the initial installation investment to ongoing maintenance expenses, they’re a budget item to be reckoned with. They're also among the most important investments you can make in your property. […]
It is definitely wise to hire a qualified commercial roofing company to regularly check your commercial roof for problem areas. And before you arrange to have any evaluation conducted, you should prepare ahead of time by creating some questions to ask […]
There are many issues to monitor to keep your commercial roof in great shape and providing the watertight protection you need. Part of that includes making sure your commercial roof is undamaged and not leaking. Here are some clues that might indicate […]
Commercial roofing materials need to be suitable for the unique conditions, including climate, in which they are installed. Not surprisingly, hot weather poses some specific challenges for a roof, as does the type of building it’s installed on and […]
Keeping your commercial building cool, dry and comfortable is a must. Your rooftop HVAC system may be doing this job admirably but because HVAC systems that are located on the roof actually penetrate the surface, these areas are prime candidates for […]
When it comes to the cost of your building, the roof is one of the most expensive components, so it makes sense to make good decisions when it comes to keeping your roof manufacturer’s warranty in effect. Typical commercial roof warranties usually […]