Although it can be time-consuming, it’s important to locate a company that you can trust to handle your commercial roof project. Here are some key things to look for when you are in need of a commercial roofing contractor.
Your commercial roof provides protection for your entire building. But there are times when that protection is compromised, such as when the roof develops a roof leak – a problem that’s not to be taken lightly. Here's why you should step into action […]
A professional inspection twice a year is recommended for your commercial roof, but there are times that you can and should take a look yourself. Understanding some of the most common signs and causes of roof trouble can help you catch minor problems […]
Commercial roofs and roof replacement are very different from residential roofing work; most home roofs are completed in a few days, but a commercial roof can take several weeks or longer to complete. They are far more complex and can impact your […]
Your commercial building may not have an attic, but animals can still damage your roof if they’re looking for food or shelter. Raccoons, squirrels, insects and other animals will go a long way to seek out food or shelter. From rodents searching for a […]
If you own or manage a commercial building, you’re likely responsible for its roofing system. We’ve collected some of the most common myths (or maybe wishful thinking) about commercial roofs to give you some additional insight into your facility.
What would you do if your commercial roof started leaking today? How would you protect your staff, supplies and machinery and prevent downtime from impacting your business? In a commercial facility, a single roof leak can have dramatic and immediate […]
The roof of your commercial building has a big job to do: it needs to keep your interior dry and comfortable 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Your roof is also home to your HVAC system, skylights and other structures. Because these are located on the […]
Your roof is an essential part of your commercial facility, and it should command prompt attention if repairs are needed. But you might be wise not to not DIY those projects, even if they seem minor. From the risk of falling to the lack of a warranty, […]
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.