Are you planning to make your commercial roofing system more walkable? Then, you might want to consider PVC membranes. PVC roofing membranes are made with two layers of PVC roof material with polyester in between to reinforce said layers. It’s also very affordable and dirt-resistant, making it one of the most popular membrane choices for… [Read More]
All too often, business owners have to deal with commercial and industrial roofs that have unnecessarily failed due to a poor preventive maintenance plan. A solid maintenance plan can help you avoid roof damage, protect your bottom line and give your roofing system a longer service life. American Roofing shares some tips for making your… [Read More]
When making decisions, whether for commercial or residential roofing, you will likely face this one crucial step: choosing among roof materials and systems. In this post, we’ll share with you four of the most popular commercial roofing systems and hopefully guide you into choosing the best one for your property.
A commercial roofing system requires regular maintenance and repair to ensure its longevity and performance. It is, however, inevitable for the roof to undergo aging and get battered by the elements.
Business owners should not be oblivious to the fact that their commercial building can experience roof problems just like any residential roof. It is very useful to know the most common issues encountered by commercial roofs so when such issues arise, you are ready and can even avoid more expensive problems. Calling the right roofing… [Read More]
TPO is one of the most popular and readily available commercial roofing options and is fast becoming an excellent choice for homes with flat roofs. It’s a single-ply membrane that has a comparable price to PVC and EPDM. Despite this, it actually surpasses the two in utility and weather tolerance.
Although leaks are the most common type of roofing problem, they are far from easy to address. The consequences of a leaking commercial roofing system can extend beyond just the roof and affect other portions of the property – from the ceiling to the comfort of your work spaces.
Proper planning and a deep understanding of your commercial roofing system can prevent most common roof issues. There are several factors that can affect a commercial roof’s performance and service life, namely weather, roof use, maintenance, design quality and installation. Today, we will discuss the common commercial roofing issues you may encounter:
When it comes to roof inspection, installation, or repairs, commercial and residential roofing aren’t the same. You may think that roofing is roofing, and the same basic principles apply. While that’s true to some extent, some factors aren’t applicable to both.
If you’re planning to do a roofing project for your place of business, you might think that doing it yourself may save you time and money. On the contrary, a DIY roofing project might end up costing you more and will take a longer time to do – especially if it’s your first time to… [Read More]