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.
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 […]
Ballasted commercial roofs have been around for decades, and there are many reasons why. Ballast – and the waterproof membrane it holds in place beneath – can handle building movement well. Ballast, which is a natural material, aesthetically […]
Rooftop penetrations are a necessary evil for commercial buildings as they accommodate critical components, such as HVAC equipment, pipes, skylights, communication equipment, cables, wiring, hatches, safety rails and various other paraphernalia. […]
Budgeting for a new commercial roof? The installation cost of materials and labor that your contractor charges will certainly be significant – probably the costliest “line item” you’ll incur over the life of your roof. But keep in mind that there are […]
A commercial roof provides your business and everyone inside it with protection from harsh weather, but the roof itself truly takes a beating during those storms. Whether you are in an area that gets hurricanes or just intense storms that involve […]
Mold in a commercial building can develop in either visible ways or behind the scenes, such as underneath a roof when moisture penetrates. Either way, it is damaging to a building, can cause serious health problems for building occupants and can be […]