Your options aren’t limited when it comes to commercial roofing. Built-up and bitumen roof systems are some of the most common. But today, we highlight another type of roofing material widely used in buildings and other similar structures: thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO). Continue reading to learn more about its features and benefits.
The commercial roofing industry, from new roof construction to replacement, is not without its misconceptions. Unfortunately, many property owners and facility managers fall victim to these false notions that help drive illogical decisions. When it comes to these investments, it pays to be aware of the cold hard facts. Continue reading as we debunk some of the most common myths surrounding commercial roofs.
When you look at your roof and see that something’s off, you immediately think about getting in touch with your residential roofing company for an inspection. It is a good idea to do so, but if you’re dealing with bald spots or dark streaks, know that it doesn’t always mean your roof is in trouble. As long as you know what to look for, you can determine whether it still has some life in it or needs to be repaired or replaced soon.
Roof damage is an inevitability given its constant exposure to the local weather. As such, many homeowners assume that the warranty will cover its repairs. However, that is not exactly the case. Roof repairs to rectify issues caused by installation errors or manufacturing defects are covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy – except for wear and tear. Continue reading as we explain why.
Regular maintenance is one of the best ways to extend the life of your roof. Routine cleaning is necessary to keep it efficient. Taking proper care of your roof isn’t only essential to its longevity, but also to your building’s structural integrity.