Where's That Water Coming From? 3 Common Locations For Roof Leaks

Posted on: 26 January 2017

When you see a water spot on your ceiling, that can be a good indicator that you have a leak somewhere on your roof. But where exactly the leak is coming from can be harder to determine. You might think that the water is coming from directly above the wet spot, but sometimes water takes a more convoluted route to get from the original location of the leak to the spot where you see the water accumulate.
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Avoid Commercial Roof Failures By Spotting These Early Warning Signs

Posted on: 2 December 2016

Owning a commercial property comes with a variety of major expenses. Unfortunately, a failing roof can easily turn into an unplanned and unexpected expense. If you want to keep your facility in good shape and avoid the extra costs associated with emergency roof repairs and replacement, it pays to pay attention to these common signs of commercial roof failure. Bubbling and Blistering Bubbling and blistering often occur when moisture, usually in the form of water vapor, becomes trapped within the roof membrane.
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3 Uncommon Roofing Materials For You To Consider

Posted on: 21 June 2016

If you're planning to replace your roof this summer, it may be time for you to consider a different kind of roofing material than the ones you've used in the past. There are a variety of different roofing materials available, and each one comes with its own pros and cons. Take a look at some of the less common options that you may not have heard of before. One of them might be the right choice for your roof.
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3 Ways To Help Your Commercial Building Beat The Summertime Heat

Posted on: 13 June 2016

As your organization faces another long, hot summer, you may already be bracing yourself for the high cooling bills that accompany those high temperatures. But at the same time, you have to maintain a reasonably comfortable work environment if you expect anything to get done. Here are three intelligent tactics that can help keep both your thermostat and your energy costs under control.  1. Overlaying Your Asphalt Roof With a Reflective Coating
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