What’s the use of having a sturdy home or building if the roof is not properly made or well-maintained? Commercial building / business owners should remember to protect one of their most important investments – their building’s roof. The roof is essential for protecting occupants and supplies, and maintaining the exterior features of the building…. read more
Category: Commercial Roofing
Things to Avoid in Residential Roofing Projects Tip #3: Don’t Start Your Roofing Project Without a Blueprint You wouldn’t embark on a cross-country road trip without a map or GPS system, would you? In the same vein, you don’t want to start a major roofing project that may entail new roof installation without a clear-cut… read more
Things to Avoid in Residential Roofing Projects Tip #2: Don’t Underestimate the Size of Your Roofing Project Underestimating the size of a major project, like roof repair or installation, can lead to more harm than good. For starters, if you don’t have a trained eye to appraise the size and scope of a project, you… read more
Things to Avoid in Residential Roofing Projects Tip #1: Don’t Use the Wrong Roofing Materials Choosing the wrong roofing materials is a recipe for disaster, plain and simple. Not only is roof construction a time-consuming and painstaking process, but it can be financially and physically demanding. To add to that stress, building with the wrong… read more
For most businesses, success depends on the almighty dollar. Many business owners focus heavily on the most effective way to keep overhead costs to a minimum to turn an even greater profit each quarter. A commercial facility may be drawn to an eco-friendly roof for one simple reason: to save money on energy. Eco-Friendly and… read more
Most home and business owners consider installing solar panels on their roof for the sole purpose of cutting down on heating and cooling costs. Solar energy on a residential or commercial property has a number of payoffs that include: Benefit the environment. Solar roof panels will produce energy without using fossil fuel or generating pollution…. read more
Based on all of the roofing materials outlined previously, where should you begin when choosing materials for a commercial roof? For most businesses, time is money. Selecting a long-lasting roofing material will help you to get the most value out of your investment. With that being said, metal roofing may be the most popular choice… read more
Metal roofing is made from – you guessed it – metal! Some of the most common metal roofing materials for residential and commercial properties include: Metal blends Copper Corrugated iron Stainless steel Galvanized steel Although metal roofing was once seen as a “cheap” roofing solution, it has recently increased in popularity because of its resilience,… read more
As you consider the different types of roofing materials on the market, it’s important to fully investigate any material that you choose before using it to shelter a residential or commercial building. While each roofing material has its own advantages and disadvantages, there are several guidelines to keep in mind that will determine how to… read more
In addition to the basic roofing tools listed in the previous chapter for residential use, a professional roofing company may use more advanced commercial tools on-the-job, like: Caulk Gun: A commercial caulk gun is necessary to seal roofing materials with the use of an adhesive administered from the gun barrel. Sealant is most often used… read more
Your Roof Deserves the Attention!
Homeowners don’t always appreciate the job a roof does until there is a problem and by then it is often too late. If you haven’t had someone look at your roof within the past two years, it is time!