Commercial buildings require a lot of maintenance, but
commercial roofs shouldn’t be at the top of a facility manager’s list when it
comes to routine repair. Most commercial buildings have roofs that last for
But you should be monitoring your commercial roof yearly. Annual
commercial roof inspections to identify possible damage can alleviate the risk
of developing larger repair needs in the future.
If you manage a commercial property, be alert to the following
commercial roof issues that typically occur. You can call our professional roof consultants to schedule your
commercial roof inspection.
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Common commercial roofing types include tar and gravel (built-up roofing), PVC and TPO (thermoplastic), EPDM or thermoset roofing, metal roofing, modified bitumen roofing, green roofing systems.
Most commercial roofs are low-slope or
When commercial roofs start to age or
damage occurs that threatens their ability to protect the people and contents
of your warehouse or other commercial property, roof membrane coatings may be
your best option for repair and restoration.
Continue reading Commercial Roof Types [and Cost-effective Roof Systems]
Last winter was mild, and we certainly saw less snow
accumulation than years past. Still, a mild winter doesn’t necessarily erase
the risk of roof damage.
Now’s the time to inspect your facility’s roof to check for
leaks or other damages. Not sure what you’re looking for? One of our
professional roofing consultants would be happy to come out and inspect your
commercial property for any leaks, potential for leaks, or evidence of damage.
With precautions in place due to COVID-19, our consultants practice social distancing, safety protocols, and offer contact-less updates on projects through the use of CompanyCam.
The upcoming months are ideal for roof projects. In fact, the best time for roof coating applications is between May and October.
Continue reading The Best Time of Year for Commercial Roofing Projects