31 March 2020
Roofs aren't immune to rot. Most roof decking is made of plywood that is supported by wooden rafters, both materials that can rot when exposed to moisture. Even asphalt shingles can begin to break down and decay, especially if moisture gets beneath the shingles. The following are five likely causes of roof rot. By knowing what they are and how to spot them, you can prevent many rot issues before they can even begin.
30 March 2020
It can be easy to forego regular inspections of your roof when it is still relatively new, but this can be a huge mistake. Certain pests don't care if your roof has plenty of life left in it; they may still cause damage and destroy it. Even in urban areas there are animals, like raccoons and birds, that will damage a roof. Walk around your house once a month and inspect the roof for the following signs of animal activity.
2 Advantages Of Installing A Spray Foam Roofing System On Your Commercial Building's Flat Roof
27 March 2020
If you own a commercial building that has an asphalt flat roof that is deteriorating, you may be getting ready to have it redone. However, before you start the process of having a roof installed using the same material, you might want to consider a couple of the benefits of installing a foam roofing system instead.
1. Foam Roofs Are Seamless
One major advantage of using a foam system for your building's flat roof is that the finished roof is seamless.
4 Tips To Help With Commercial Roof Inspections To Find Hidden Leaks That Cause Damage To Interiors Of Businesses
26 March 2020
There are a lot of problems that you can have with commercial roofing, which why it is important to do routine inspections regularly. You want to look for signs of wear and damage that can lead to leaks and water damage inside businesses. The following tips will help you with inspecting commercial roofing and locating areas that need repairs to stop leaks and damage to businesses:
1. Carefully Inspect Commercial Roof Drain Grates and The Area Around Them for Signs of Wear and Leaks