What To Expect From Hiring A Commercial Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 1 November 2021

The importance of a high-quality roof on your commercial building cannot be spoken of enough. It protects you, your staff members, and your customers from the danger of elements, maintains the building's structural integrity, saves energy, and enhances aesthetics.  For these reasons, you want a professional commercial roofing contractor that knows what they are doing. Here are four things to expect when dealing with the pros.  Better Quality of Work
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Sellers And Failed Home Inspections: Why Should You Repair Your Roof?

Posted on: 28 October 2021

If your roof recently failed a home inspection, you may wonder if you should spend money or time on your roof before you sell your home. If you plan to sell your home as-is to an investor, you may not need to repair your roof. Investors may want to make their own upgrades and changes to your property. But if you plan to sell your home to other homeowners, then have a roofer analyze and repair your roof today.
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4 Reasons Your Shingles Blow Off Your Roof

Posted on: 26 October 2021

After a big windstorm, you will want to check your roof and ensure that no shingles were blown off, which is always a risk when big wind gusts storm through the area. There are a few reasons why your shingles may get blown off during a windstorm. Reason #1: Incorrect Nail Pattern  When your shingles are installed, a specific nail pattern should be used to install the shingles. Most shingles have a specific strip where the nails should be installed.
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5 Signs You Need Tar Roof Repairs

Posted on: 22 October 2021

A tar roof is most often applied to flat-roofed commercial buildings. It consists of a membrane layer covered by bitumen and gravel, which creates a more durable and waterproof surface. Over time, damage and aging can cause issues with the membrane or bitumen layers, which will lead to the need for repairs. Knowing the symptoms of problems can ensure you schedule a repair before major damages occur. 1. Surface Blisters
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