Commercial kitchens endure a lot of abuse, activity, and
scrutiny. If you manage or own a restaurant or commercial kitchen, you’ve
likely invested thousands of dollars in cooking equipment, from grills and
fryers to rotisseries and woks.
Inevitably, that equipment will produce airborne grease. You rely on hood systems, kitchen exhaust fans, and ductwork to move it up and out of the kitchen. Regular roof inspection and maintenance should also be a part of a rooftop grease remediation plan.Continue reading We Can Help with Rooftop Grease Contamination
There are more than 8,700 opportunity zones in the nation; Pennsylvania
has designated 300 opportunity zones. These are areas where private
investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for tax breaks to
improve economically distressed communities.
Commercial builders and developers can take advantage of
these opportunities as not only a chance to invest in commercial properties
with less financial burden but also as a chance to improve low-income
communities.Continue reading Could Opportunity Zone Dollars Fund Your Commercial Roof?
Do you own or manage a building? If you’re responsible for
the proper care of a facility, it’s time to do a thorough inspection
of your building’s roof or have a professional roof consultant conduct one
Don’t hold off on roof replacement any longer; do this
before cold weather arrives.
Winter weather presents several challenges for roof
restoration or repair. In fact, we only have about a month or two left to do
liquid applied systems before it gets too cold.Continue reading Repair Your Building’s Roof Before Winter
When it comes to commercial roof systems, every property
owner has his or her preference. A trustworthy roofing contractor will offer various
solutions to repair and restore your low-slope or metal roof. We work with you
to balance your roofing needs with your budget.
Many of our customers prefer our spray foam polyurethane
(SPF) roof systems and for good reason. For multiple reasons, actually.
Following are some of the top reasons spray polyurethane
foam is one of the best choices in commercial roofing.Continue reading Top Reasons to Choose a Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof
Water is a powerhouse. Even small droplets, over a sustained
amount of time, can cause destruction. From barely noticeable intrusion to
all-out water bursts, water’s destruction on your warehouse could be
What commercial roof maintenance plan do you have in place
to help avoid undiscovered leaks in the roof of your warehouse? Our commercial
roofing contractors offer a free inspection so you can get the information you
need and learn about leak-proofing roof coatings through Keystone Commercial
Roofing.Continue reading 5 Ways a Roof Leak Could Destroy Your Warehouse
Professional roofing consultants can provide free commercial
roof inspections throughout the year, but there are a few reasons why you
shouldn’t put off your building’s roof inspection any longer. Our roofing
experts are ready to perform your free roof inspection.Continue reading 5 Reasons to Inspect Commercial Roofing in the Fall
Commercial metal roofs offer dependable, long-lasting protection and
are among the most durable roof options. Special considerations, however,
should be given before you commit to a metal roof.Continue reading Metal Roofing in Cold and Hot Climates
Finding out there’s a leak in your building’s flat roof or
metal roofing is a daunting discovery. While we encourage all facility managers
to conduct roof condition assessments regularly, we know it’s a task that
sometimes gets pushed to the wayside. This year, especially, there were likely
pandemic-related issues that took precedence.
So if your building’s roof is showing any of the signs
of needed roof repair, don’t delay in finding a reputable commercial
roofing company to check that task off your list.Continue reading How Do I Choose the Best Commercial Roofer Near Me?
Although many buildings are said to have flat roofs, that is
somewhat of a misnomer. Flat roofs are slightly sloped so that rain, snow, and
other moisture can properly drain. So, even though they appear to be completely
flat, they are not. However, their mostly flat structure allows for more
efficient use of space and they are easier to install. Typically, the cost to
maintain them is less expensive than the cost to maintain a pitched roof.
If your building endures dramatic climate changes throughout
each season, its roofing material will be put under more stress than commercial
buildings in more temperate, even climates. Temperature extreme can reduce the
lifespan of a commercial roof. A roof that is accessed a lot will also wear down
faster.Continue reading Select the Best Coating for Flat Roof Repair
Commercial roofing systems are typically made up of tar and
gravel (built-up), sprayed polyurethane foam, single ply, PVC and TPO
(thermoplastic), EPDM or thermoset roofing, metal roofing, and modified bitumen
These differ from residential roofing materials because the
roofs on commercial buildings protect entirely different structure types.
Commercial roof systems protect low-slope and flat roofs and help remediate
leaks, water ponding, and other roof repair needs specific to an industrial
building or warehouse.
Yet just as there are myths circulated regarding residential
roofing, the commercial roofing industry has myths to debunk. We’ve listed a
few of them here to help property owners make the best decision regarding the
life of their building’s roof.Continue reading Commercial Roofing: Expectations Versus Reality