Stay Safe During Spring Roofing Repairs

Posted on: 12 April 2017

If you have roof repairs or refurbishments that you want to make this spring, stay safe when you are up there. There are over 100,000 injuries per year related to homeowner's falling from their roof; take some precautions to prevent one of these accidents. Reduce the risk of accidents and falls with these safety tips: Drink plenty of water. Make sure to stay fully hydrated when working in hot weather on a warm rooftop.
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What Is Ponding And How Is It Destroying Your Commercial Roofin

Posted on: 3 April 2017

Regardless of the type of roof your business has, ponding is a serious problem that could lead to irreparable damage. Ponding occurs when your roof has standing water on its surface. If you have noticed water remaining on your roof for days after a storm, here is what you need to know.   What Damage Can Occur? When water pools up on your roof, it increases the weight of the roof and places a strain on the building.
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Is It Ideal To Replace A Commercial Roof In The Winter?

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Do you own a commercial property and plan to replace your roof in the near future? If so, you likely want to plan the project in a manner that causes the least trouble for your business operations. You may be thinking that the spring and summer months are the best time to replace roofs because you have likely noticed roofers busily working during these times of the year. Perhaps winter makes you think of cold weather, and the idea of your roof getting torn off might not sound appealing.
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3 Things To Consider Before Switching To Clay Tile Roofing

Posted on: 24 March 2017

Do you own a home that will need a new roof soon? Have you grown tired of the look of asphalt shingles, and you want to have a different type of roof installed? While this may be possible, there are still some things that should be taken into account before you start making any definite plans. If you're wanting to switch from asphalt to tile on your roof, here are a few of those things:
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