Rain, Rain and More Rain in California
It’s rainy season in California. That’s the good news for the drought-stricken state. The bad news is that the rains are so torrential that mudslides, floods and evacuations are causing immediate dangers to the residents and businesses in the state.
The state of California needs the rain. “The rains are very important for the water budget,” says Bob Oravec, a meteorologist at the U.S. Weather Prediction Center, College Park, MD. Three years of drought have left the state’s water reservoirs at critically low levels. The heavy rains and the expected snows in the Sierra Nevada mountains may provide a start towards recharging the region’s water supplies for next years’ growing season.
After heavy rains and melted snow, it’s inevitable that the flat roofs on commercial, retail and industrial buildings will have roof leaks.
CentiMark has a nation-wide Service Department consisting of two-person crews who are trained specifically in finding and fixing roof leaks. All roof repairs are documented on our proprietary database MyCentiMark and include before/after photos, invoices, work orders and the GPS coordinates of the leak.
CentiMark crews are trained on all types of flat roof systems for commercial, industrial and retail facilities: TPO, EPDM, Modified Bitumen, Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF), Coatings, Metal Solutions, Built-Up Roofing (BUR) and Steep Slope.