CentiMark is proud to announce that Production Foreman Scott Luck, Canonsburg, PA, was honored by the NRCA’s Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress on February 25, 2015 in New Orleans, LA.
Winter’s harsh conditions and extreme cold can wreak havoc on a roof. These conditions can manifest into leaks and accelerate roof failures if they are ignored.
Repairing problem areas and extending the life of the roof is the very essence of CentiMark’s Preventative Maintenance Program.
Today, property owners need to explore creative methods to both understand the current condition of their buildings, determine the scope of work that has the greatest value - be it repair or re-roofing – and, most importantly, how to fund the project.
Original publication can be viewed on OSHA's website: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA-3513roof-snow-hazard.pdf
While snow removal may be necessary to prevent overloading and collapse or to clear off space for construction or repairs, it also exposes workers to a number of risks.
Employees might need to climb directly onto the roof and use equipment such as shovels, snow rakes, snow blowers and ladders.
This is a copy of the NRCA Blog on National Roofing Week - July 5-11th. We’re proud to point out that the winning children’s artwork featured below is from last year’s National Roofing Week and was created by Marena Malone, daughter of CentiMark Customer Service Rep Rica Malone, Canonsburg, PA.
At CentiMark and QuestMark, we take great pride in the safety of our workers. Our goal is for every CentiMark and QuestMark associate to return home safely to their families every evening. In 2014, 24 of our offices did not have a work injury during the year.
Our safety Incidence Rate in 2014 for roofing was 2.56, lower than the national Incidence Rate of 4.8. For QuestMark, the safety Incidence Rate for flooring was 2.56, lower than the national Incidence Rate of 2.90.
by Michael Rew, Vice President of Technical Services, CentiMark
At CentiMark, we re-roof commercial and industrial flat roofs throughout North America. We install roof systems including: Thermoplastics (TPO, PVC), EPDM (rubber), modified bitumen, coatings, metal, spray polyurethane foam and BUR (built-up roofing).
Roofing decisions include considerations of building use, climate and budget.
Roofs must withstand more attacks from nature than any other building component. These factors include: large temperature range of performance, thermal shock (large temperature swings), solar radiation (UV and heat), rain, snow, airborne pollutants, fungal attacks and wind forces.
At CentiMark and QuestMark, we want to thank our customers for their business in 2014. Because of you, we are the largest commercial and industrial roofing and flooring contractor in North America. At CentiMark and QuestMark, we attract and retain the best and brightest people in the roofing and flooring industries. Our Corporate associates are experts in their respective fields.
CentiMark and QuestMark take the responsibility of providing our customers with high quality products and services very seriously. We want to save our customers both time and money. It is our goal to anticipate your needs and exceed your expectations.
CentiMark’s industry leaders use advanced knowledge, experience and cutting-edge technology to keep our customers best interests in mind. Read more about advancements and changes with roofing codes, tough decisions our customers face, technology in the roofing industry.
For your QuestMark flooring needs, make the most of your time with one-stop online shopping for flooring products, materials, tools, accessories, maintenance and floor care products. The CentiMark/QuestMark online catalog is a unique website Shop.QuestMarkFlooring.com. The catalog provides flooring product comparisons, instructional videos and a MSDS/Tech Data Library.
The word “Mark” in CentiMark is specific to our company’s mark on the commercial and industrial re-roofing industry. In the 1970s, CentiMark Founder, Chairman & CEO Edward B. Dunlap instituted the CentiMark Single Source roofing warranty for both workmanship and materials. Tired of the disputes between workmanship (CentiMark) and materials (manufacturers), CentiMark’s Single Source warranty was a customer-service initiative that has stood the test of time.
Saving money is always a good thing - especially when joint fill is a one-time expense for your commercial, industrial or retail concrete floors.
What is joint fill? It’s a rigid material that supports the edge of the joint in areas where there is heavy foot or machine traffic. You want to fill the joints with the product when the concrete is new and the 90 degree angles are crisp.
CentiMark is the largest commercial and industrial roofing contractor in North America. We specialize in flat roofs. Typically, we install white TPO roofs or black EPDM roofs or white spray polyurethane foam roofs.
Although CentiMark is not a residential roofing contractor, we thought this press release on Baby Boomers influence on residential roofing was really funny. As baby boomers age, they are even influencing the color of residential roofs!
QuestMark, a division of CentiMark Corporation, is the leading provider of epoxy and polished concrete floor systems for the commercial, industrial and retail markets. We offer quality workmanship and work with best-in-class suppliers for materials. At QuestMark, we’re dedicated to customer service. We can work on your floors days, nights, weekends or during plant shutdowns. We have a comprehensive Safety & Risk Program to ensure a safe workplace. Our QuestMark associates are well-trained in safety, equipment and materials.
Polished concrete is a revolutionary way of creating a sheen on concrete floor surfaces without using coatings. DiamondQuest polished concrete is a multi-step process of progressively finer grinding concrete floor surfaces through the use of diamond-polishing equipment. The benefits are a floor with a quality sheen and the ability to inhibit water and contaminants from penetrating the surface.
Change the life of your floor. Wow your customers. Boost employee morale.
Here's how to make the most of your capital and operating dollars.
1. Review local and national building codes. What are the R-values (measure of thermal insulation) and wind-uplift requirements that need to be considered?
2. Your roofing contractor can provide the criteria for roof system assemblies that your insurance carrier will need to determine if the roof replacement system that you are considering meets their insurance requirements.
More and more, building managers are working from both maintenance and safety budgets for their overall flooring needs. In addition to general flooring materials, wear-and-tear issues and routine maintenance on your floor systems, there's an increased emphasis on floor safety for employees, customers and equipment.