Do you own or manage an industrial or commercial property that’s protected by a flat roof? Sometimes roof maintenance and inspection get neglected. Yet a low slope roof can be prone to water and wind damage and its integrity weakened without immediate signs of trouble.
You want to spot a leak in your flat roof before it becomes this obvious:
An elastomeric roof coating can waterproof various approved roof substrates and extend the life of your industrial roof for years to come. As a preferred Conklin Roof contractor, Keystone Commercial Roofing contractors recommend the Rapid Roof III monolithic, which comes in 8 colors. This tinted elastomeric roof coating can be used on industrial metal roofs, spray polyurethane foam, membrane roofs, and as part of the Conklin Fabric Reinforced System.
Read more to learn the benefits of this acrylic elastomeric coating and to learn if a tinted elastomeric roof coating might be best for your commercial property.
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There are a lot of great things about Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Nearby state parks like Conneaut Lake and Pymatuning make it especially ideal for outdoor lovers to live and visit.
Those who live here year-round, however, know that the climate isn’t for the weak at heart sometimes.
Crawford County gets its fair share of rainfall, more than 40 inches annually. That’s higher than the nation’s average rainfall. According to one report, Allegheny County gets precipitation (snow, sleet, hail, or rain) on average, 166 days per year.
That’s why proper roof flashing is so important. Your local commercial building needs to withstand the barrage of precipitation. Flashing plays a key role in a commercial roof system’s water drainage.
EPDM roofing is used worldwide to protect industrial buildings. While Keystone Commercial Roofing does not install EPDM, we may be able to extend the life of your existing EPDM roof and we can install roof coating systems that restore an EPDM roof’s ability to provide proper shelter.
Curious about EPDM? We answer popular questions about this often-used flat roof system.
Through our years of experience working on commercial roofs, we’ve come across some common roof issues. If you’re a property manager or building owner, you’ll want to be alert to these signs of roof damage and weak spots. We offer free onsite roof inspections and can help you determine if there are weaknesses in your commercial roof.
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
We’ve gone over the different
types of commercial roofs, covering some of the most common commercial and industrial
roofing materials and systems. From PVC to EPDM to metal roofing, various
materials help protect the usually flat and low-slope, low-pitch roofs commonly
found on warehouses, office buildings, and other commercial properties.
Sun, rain, wind, hail, and time can impact your commercial
roof’s ability to protect your building, its contents, and the people inside
it. So what happens when you’ve got an old building or a building where new
construction was added to an existing, older structure?