For commercial buildings, the roof can sometimes be considered the “top floor,” in that it has to accommodate lots of foot traffic. A variety of people need to be on the rooftop, to take care of things like HVAC maintenance, seasonal and post-storm […]
One of a roof’s biggest enemies is wind. Strong winds can seriously damage a flat roof and undermine its durability. It is important to be aware of the potential problems caused by wind damage, and to check for them after a wind storm.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act approved by Congress in December 2017 expands the definition of qualified real property eligible for full expensing under Section 179 of the tax code to include improvements to nonresidential (i.e., commercial, industrial) roofs.
At Duro-Last Roofing’s recent National Sales Seminar in San Antonio, Royalty was presented with the Contractor of Year award for having the highest sales volume in 2017 of any authorized Duro-Last contractor in the United States. In fact, our Duro-Last […]
Wood shakes are an alternative to traditional, asphalt shingles. Wood roofing was prevalent in early America because there was plenty of timber and because wood shingles and shakes could be produced and shaped relatively easily with common hand tools. […]