NOV
20

Winter Roof Maintenance Tips for Commercial Properties

snow on a flat roof

 

As winter approaches, commercial property owners face unique challenges when it comes to maintaining their roofs. Harsh weather conditions, snow accumulation, ice dams and the impact of leaf buildup can all take a toll on your roof's performance. In this article, we will explore essential winter roof maintenance tips to help ensure your commercial roof stands up to the season's demands.

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AUG
23

Staying Safe on the Roof During the Sweltering Summer

commercial roofers working at night to avoid overheating during a heat wave

 

As scorching temperatures persist across the nation, ensuring the safety of individuals working on rooftops or in outdoor settings for extended periods is important. Recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics sheds light on a disconcerting reality: around 40 workers lose their lives annually due to heat-related incidents*. Many of these unfortunate occurrences transpire within outdoor professions like construction, farming and package delivery. The danger is palpable and the stakes couldn't be higher.

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MAY
05

High Winds and Your Roof: What Happens During Storms and Hurricanes

road warning sign about high winds

 

A bad storm with high winds can happen anywhere in North America. It takes just one event to seriously damage a commercial roof. Let's talk about wind uplift and how it affects your facility's roof. 

 

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MAY
24

2022 Hurricane Season: Let’s Evaluate Your Roof.

hurricane in florida - palms moving with strong wind

 

The 2022 hurricane season is lurking around the corner. Preparing your facility to face anything Mother Nature throws at it is vital, particularly considering massive material shortages and backlogs plaguing the construction and roofing industries.

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MAR
24

Spring Storm Season: Roof Health Check

ponding water on a flat roof

 

Spring is officially here and the changing temperatures will bring new weather patterns to most areas of North America. With spring storms ahead and a possible early start of the Atlantic hurricane season1, let's get your roofs prepared for anything and everything Mother Nature has in store.

 

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