Commercial Roofing 101: 4 Issues Affecting Flat Roofs

Posted on: 11 May 2017

Commercial roofs are susceptible to many issues. This is because unlike residential roofs, most commercial roofs are flat roofs. In order to prevent the need for costly repairs, business owners should be on the lookout for some specific problems that flat roofs are more likely to experience. So what issues should you be wary of? Here are four common problems: 1. Standing Water One of the mot common issues a commercial roof will experience is standing water.
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3 Important Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Roofing Company

Posted on: 3 May 2017

Do you own your own home? Is your roof old, starting to leak, or otherwise in need of repair or replacement? It's obviously a good idea to get your roof fixed sooner rather than later. Waiting could lead to damage on the inside of your home, resulting in even more expenses on your part. But deciding which roofing company to hire isn't always an easy task. Depending on where you live, you could have dozens of companies to choose from.
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Common Causes Of Accelerated Built-Up Roof Membrane Flat Roof Deterioration

Posted on: 12 May 2016

When compared to sloped roofs, flat roofs are not only easy to install, but also cheaper. And since they require relatively less extensive support structures to support the sloping, they also provide better flexibility when it comes to roofing space utilization. Add these advantages to the fact that they are easy to maintain – their flatness makes it easy to clean and carry out any other maintenance activities – and it is easy to understand why most small business owners prefer them.
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Four Ways To Increase The Lifespan Of Your Shingle Roof

Posted on: 5 April 2016

Standard asphalt shingles typically last between 15 and 18 years, and architectural shingles last about 24 to 30 years. Keep in mind that these are averages. There are homeowners whose roofs last even longer than this. There's no way to ensure your roof will be the longest-lived on the block, but there are a few ways you can increase your chances of your roof lasting a good, long time. Make sure your attic is well insulated.
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