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.
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.
As Pennsylvania continues to “shelter in place” per Governor
Wolf’s orders due to the coronavirus pandemic, essential businesses like
Keystone Commercial Roofing may continue to operate. We are thankful to be
deemed an essential business during these unprecedented times and want to
assure our customers we are still in operation and maintaining regular business
Why Are Roofers Essential?
The roofing industry’s national economic impact exceeds $100
billion and it provides employment for more than 1 million people, according to
the National Roofing Contractors Association. Roofing consultants and
contractors have been deemed essential because they help sustain infrastructure
and provide critical services to help maintain the safety of homes and
businesses (including hospitals and nursing care facilities).
Whether your building is a new facility or the same site
that’s decades-old, having to replace its roof is never good news. However,
knowing there’s a less expensive way to repair your commercial roof and protect
your building’s interior is great news.
Granted, commercial roof replacement costs can vary
according to the size of the roof, the condition of the roof, access to the
roof, and even weather conditions. Yet the cost per square foot will decrease
dramatically when you opt for repairs targeted at only the troubled spots or
when you opt for a roof coating.