Answering Your Questions About Commercial Roof Repair and Replacement

Posted on: 17 May 2017

When you own a commercial building of any sort, you need to ensure it's in good repair at all times, and this includes the roof. A building's roof helps to insulate the interior, so that less heating and air conditioning escape throughout the winter and summer seasons; the roof also provides structural support to the building, so it should always be strong and well-maintained. Note a few questions you might have about commercial roof repair and replacement so you can discuss your options for this work with a roofing contractor as needed.
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Dispelling Some Common Myths About Roofing Storm Damage

Posted on: 24 April 2017

After any strong storm, and especially after a long season of repeated storms, it's good to have your home's roof inspected for damage. This will ensure that you can have that damage repaired before it gets worse, and ensure you protect your home from water leaks. Note a few myths about roofing storm damage so you know to have your home's roof inspected properly and what's involved in fixing the damage.
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Your 2 Common Roof Restoration Concerns Addressed

Posted on: 21 April 2017

Roof restoration does not involve removing the existing roof, which is usually very costly and detrimental to the environment (more debris to go to the landfills). It is carried out on an old-looking yet structurally-sound roof to make it look good as new. Small portions may be replaced if they are too old/worn. During restoration, specialized coating products are applied onto the roof deck so it looks new. This can be done on most types of roofs.
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Roof Repairs: Simple Tips to Prevent Unnecessary Leaks

Posted on: 20 April 2017

As a homeowner, there are aspects of your home that would require scheduled maintenance such as your HVAC system, your hot water system and more. An area that tends to be overlooked, despite the high risk of damage that is exposed to, is the roof. As such, it is not uncommon to find that leaks and other structural damages take homeowners by surprise, as they have not been paying attention to the condition of the roof.
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