Refoofing: Key Considerations
30 January 2019
Is your roof in bad shape and looking shoddy? Naturally, you don't want your roof to become a neighborhood eyesore, so it's time to have a new one put on. One attractive idea that might not occur to every homeowner is to have your home "reroofed", a construction technique also known as a roof overlay. The following article examines some key considerations regarding this interesting option.
Reroofing, or roof overlay, involves placing the new roof material directly over the old one.
Protect Your Assets From The Top: Keep Your Roof In Good Shape
4 January 2019
When you own a commercial building, keeping your roof in good shape is vital to the health of your building. If your space is a retail store, then you are doing more than simply protecting the structure of the building. If it rains inside the building, merchandise will get ruined and business will get lost. While taking care of your commercial roof isn't the most exciting investment, it is necessary. Your roof should be inspected whenever there is a leak.
3 Questions You Need To Ask When Looking For A Roofing Contractor
5 December 2018
Do you have a roof that has recently started leaking? Are you tired of dealing with your leaky roof but you aren't sure what you need to do now? Finding a roofer to fix your roof can seem like a daunting challenge if you've never had to deal with the situation before. But it doesn't have to be so challenging. Asking the right questions will help to ensure that you have chosen the right roofer for your needs.
3 Great Roofing Materials To Consider When Having A New Commercial Building Constructed
29 October 2018
It often is an afterthought, but the roof on your commercial building is an important component. If your new building is currently being built and you need to choose a commercial roofing material, consider these options first. They come with many benefits.
One of the more popular material options for commercial roofs today is TPO, otherwise known as thermoplastic polyolefin. It is pretty affordable compared to the other material options on the market, which is nice if you don't have a lot of assets when completing this extensive construction.