No matter the time of year, it is always critical to ensure that your floors are safe and in suitable condition, especially in preparation for winter weather. A professional can work with you to help evaluate the overall safety and condition of your floors as well as help determine if there are any repairs, maintenance or winter preparations that may be needed.
Take a look at how we recommend you get your roof ready for winter.
Gain a peace of mind before the winter weather hits. From snow and ice to heavy winds, rain and dangerous temperatures, winter can bring a lot of stress to your roof and building.
Thank you to all the CentiMark/QuestMark Veterans who served our country. We appreciate your service and are equally proud to have you working for CentiMark/QuestMark. CentiMark’s Founder, Chairman and CEO Edward B. Dunlap is a proud United States Coast Guard Veteran.
The commercial flooring professionals at QuestMark believe it is our job to make sure your floor is taken care of. Property managers, business owners, and maintenance teams can all benefit from suggestions to maintain your company’s floor. For a month by month flooring maintenance timeline, explore the infographic below.
The commercial roofing professionals at CentiMark know it is our job to make sure your roof is taken care of. Property managers, business owners, and maintenance teams can all benefit from suggestions to maintain your company’s roof. For a month by month roofing maintenance timeline, explore the infographic below. In case of a roof emergency, please call CentiMark’s 24/7 Emergency Service at 855-483-1975.
Clean your floors! Keeping your floors clean, stain free and in great condition is critical. QuestMark’s flooring solutions include providing the materials to clean and maintain your floors along with the training of in-house staff.
Take the guess-work out of your 2020 roofing, flooring and parking deck budgets. Here’s everything you need to know about how CentiMark and QuestMark can help you plan for your upcoming repair, replacement and maintenance budgets.
CentiMark introduces its revolutionary 3D Virtual Assessment Program.
Our innovative program is taking our trusted roofing services to the next level. Utilizing state-of-the-art light detection and ranging (LiDar) technology and drones with high definition, infrared, thermal imaging capabilities, our associates will be able to safely obtain an entirely new perspective when inspecting not only your roof, but your entire facility.
The main purpose of your roof is to keep water out of your building. Since Mother Nature is typically unpredictable, CentiMark is prepared for most weather conditions on your roof - especially hurricanes, tornadoes, hail and wind.
Weather systems can damage your roof even though proper construction and preventative maintenance typically allow for superior roof performance during adverse conditions. However, rain, hail, thunderstorms, wind, tornadoes, hurricanes and heat are all potential detriments to a roof system.
Hear what some of CentiMark’s customers had to say about their experience working with CentiMark over the years. We are grateful to those who took the time out of their busy schedules, allowed us to film their projects and who were willing to say a few things about their experience.
With ladder safety procedures in place, safety liability for personnel and building owner liability can be reduced. The installation and stability of fixed ladders decreases the risks associated with mobile ladders.
OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) provides fixed ladder safety guidelines for building owners, tenants, employees, vendors, building envelope contractors and roofers. Cages are no longer considered an acceptable form of fall protection per OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces Standard (OSHA 1910) that was revised January 17th 2017. As with most major standard revisions, these changes are introduced in phases.
CentiMark’s tradition and commitment to the community continues during National Roofing Week. CentiMark offices have made financial donations and conducted food drives in the communities where we have offices and where we live, work and raise our families.
CentiMark Corporation, Canonsburg, PA, hosted the 16th CentiMark Southpointe Golfs for Children’s on May 21, 2019. The golf event raised funds to support UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. This year, the proceeds will be allocated to Patient Experience Enhancement Grants to improve a child’s time in the hospital as suggested by staff members. Thanks to Dr. Christine March who talked about the program and how it benefits the children at the hospital.
Create a seamless surface by filling any cracks, expansion joints or control joints throughout your floors. Having a seamless surface will help eliminate any dusting from your concrete floor, keep your floors cleaner and safer by minimizing trip hazards.
If you have two or more buildings within your portfolio then this program is for you! CentiMark’s Portfolio Management Program will help you maximize the value and life of your roofing assets. It will help you determine how and when to invest your roofing dollars so you don’t re-roof too early or too late. Think of it as forecasting your spend.
“I am pleased to announce that Phil Wilkie has been voted the Second Vice President of ISM (Institute of Supply Management) Pittsburgh 2019-2020. Phil will serve the organization well and it's a wonderful opportunity to further strengthen his career and knowledge of supply chain management. The role will take Phil through a three-year track ultimately ending as the President of the organization for the 2021-2022 program year. Congratulations Phil and good luck guiding ISM Pittsburgh!” James T. Patterson C.P.M., CentiMark Corporate Sr. Vice President - Procurement
Are you looking for a worry-free experience with your roofing project? If the answer is yes, then contractor selection is critical. How your roofing contractor handles safety both on and off the job site will determine your peace of mind with your repair or re-roof.
Batten down the hatches is what sailors at sea used to say when a big storm was approaching. It was a warning call that trouble was brewing—and that preparations should be taken to minimize potential damage by making the ship as watertight as possible.
Managing the effects of heat stress for a roofing workforce is vital to the safety and well-being of the crews. Heat is an inherent hazard when working outdoors, especially working on building roofs. On average, the temperature on the roof is typically 30 degrees higher than ground temperature. Every organization should have a proper Heat Program in place.
A comprehensive training schedule is a key element to any safety program, regardless of the amount of people employed or the industry served. Everyday tendencies such as looking both ways before you cross the street or not touching a hot stove are things that we do not even need to think about because they are so ingrained in us throughout our life’s “training”.