Temperatures are soon going to start hovering high, like in the mid-90s and above high. Your commercial building is likely already emanating heat inside just from the use of machinery and everyday warehouse activities. The last thing you want is for heat to be coming down from above too.
Asphalt roof systems are especially notorious for absorbing the
sun’s heat and forcing a building’s cooling system to work harder in the summer
months. White roofing systems, or cool roof systems, do the opposite.
Continue reading Is Your Building’s Roof Bullying Its Air Conditioning System?
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]
Replacing the roof on a commercial building can be a huge
expense. That’s why it’s so important to have a commercial roof consultant
inspect your building’s roof to conduct a leak inspection and ensure all
personnel, inventory, and equipment are sheltered properly.
If the roofing consultant discovers leaks or other roof damage, a roof restoration might be your best option. Roof restorations are money-saving options that can take care of leaks and other damage efficiently and effectively.
Now more than ever, with the strain of COVID-19
restrictions, capital spending limited, and the economy less stable, roof
coatings an ideal solution to budgetary limitations.
Continue reading What to Expect During a Commercial Roof Inspection