Your roof is your first line of protection against the elements, including harsh weather, high winds and sun. And with inclement weather, thunderstorms, hurricanes, hail and more coming up soon, it's worthwhile to consider the benefits of a […]
Business owners typically have four primary quality considerations when investing in a new commercial roofing installation: longevity, sustainability, cost efficiency and energy efficiency. Because most commercial roofs are designed flat or low-slope […]
If your building has a flat or low-sloped roof, there are a few potential issues that you should be aware of. One common problem with these roofs is ponding water. Ponding water is usually defined as water that has not drained from your roof within […]
If you own or manage a commercial building, the time will come when you’ll have to confront problems with the roofing system that’s on your facility. It’s going to come down to choosing between the three R’s: Repair, Re-cover, or Replacement. Which is […]
One thing that many people may not think about regarding their roof is ventilation. It is important for any roof – residential, commercial, or industrial – to be properly ventilated. While ventilation requirements and systems vary, the main purposes […]
Commercial buildings are complex structures, with many different systems that work together to ensure complete building integrity. When one of those systems fails or is compromised, it can affect other components.
So, you bought a new roof. What now? New roofs, commercial flat roofs in particular, are an expensive investment and even though you should have a warranty, letting the roof sit without regular inspections is probably not a good idea and can lead to […]
Have you ever noticed those black streaks that sometimes appear on shingle roofs? They aren’t discoloration from weathering; they’re algae, mold, mildew, lichen, or moss that grows in and under the shingles on parts of the roof that receive less […]