Commercial roofing is an unknown quantity for most people, and those who haven’t worked as a property manager for long, or haven’t worked with a commercial roofer before, can be susceptible to believing myths about commercial roofs. We debunk these common commercial roofing myths to help you make better roofing decisions.
We know the giddy feeling of finally getting all the funding, timing, and paperwork done so you can get your roof replacement project started. But you should keep in mind that once your roof is completed, you will live with the results for decades, so you shouldn’t rush during the preparatory stage.
Taking the DIY route certainly has its attraction, and in some cases even preferable, whether it’s building new patio furniture, reworking the landscaping, or re-tiling your bathroom. However, some projects are better off left to professionals, roof repair being one of them.
Elsewhere in our previous blogs, we have talked about being a multi-year recipient of the Angie’s List Super Service Award, a distinction that few roofing contractors claim, and one that we carry with pride. Our commercial roofing services are something that we’re also proud of, having obtained certification from the nation’s leading commercial roofing manufacturers,… Read More »
Low slope roofs are roofs that have between ¼:12 to 3:12 pitch, and is often referred to as flat roofs. Today’s low slope roofing options have since expanded from traditional built-up roofing: commercial property owners and managers now have the choice between singly-ply membranes, modified bitumen, and even green roof systems.