As the seasons change, new weather concerns for your roof will arise. With winter around the corner, you should be aware of the impact – and potential problems – that snow and ice can bring to your roof.
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 […]
Does the thickness of a single-ply membrane matter? Commercial roofing membranes can range from thinner 40-mil, to thicker 90-mil. A common misconception about single-ply membranes is that thicker is always better. While the thickness of a membrane […]
The most important consideration for selecting a new commercial roofing system is choosing one that will provide good weather protection for your workers and contents. In this first of two articles, we discuss some aspects of a commercial roof […]
At least in much of the country, it will. Can your roof handle it? Every year, some locality seemingly gets more than its normal share of snow dumped on it. The picture here shows Royalty employees clearing snow from a northern Indiana roof three […]
The Southeast coast recently went through Hurricane Matthew and, although hurricanes directly affect only a portion of the United States, building and roof preparation lessons can be applied to any area of the country where severe weather can pop up.