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In our fifth decade in the roofing industry, we take great pride in the people and professionalism that drive CentiMark to new levels of success and excellence in roofing and flooring.

Safe Roof Series (Part 4): Roof Hatches

Safety and Roof Access Hatches


What are Roof Access Hatches?

Many roofs, especially low sloped roofs, are accessed via a fixed ladder or stairway leading to a roof hatch or scuttle. Most hatches are equipped with a hinged lid that has pistons or springs to assist in opening the lid along with a locking mechanism to keep it open. These fixed ladders and hatchways make climbing onto a roof more convenient than using an extension ladder.

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Safe Roof Series (Part 3): Roof edge railing types, applications and installation

Roof Edge Railing System2Roof edge railing types, applications and installation

In our previous article: Safe Roof Series (Part 2): Skylight Fall Protection, we discussed Skylight Fall Protection. This week we move from the center roof to the roof edge.

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Roofing Industry Updates in 2015

Roofing Industry Updates in 2015

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.

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