Posted on 12/17/2018 4:00 AM By SuperUser Account
The commercial roofing experts at A Plus Roofing serving the Twin Cities introduces Duro-Last roofing membranes and explains how Duro-Last roofs help your commercial building meet LEED certification.
Posted on 11/12/2018 4:00 AM By SuperUser Account
Learn the difference between TPO commercial roof membranes and EPDM rubber membranes for your flat commercial roof. Our commercial roof contractors at A-Plus Roofing in the Twin Cities explain how these two roofing systems stack up.
Posted on 1/31/2015 8:32 PM By SuperUser Account
Although it doesn’t incorporate a pitch to allow the elements to roll off, the flat roof is proven as an efficient method of covering commercial buildings with the first layer of protection against the weather. The flat roof has some advantages over a pitched roof, notably the ease of access for inspections and repair work. They also tend to be less expensive to replace, for the aspects of both the materials and labor.
Posted on 12/17/2014 5:41 PM By SuperUser Account
Flat roofs are popular on commercial buildings; however, they can come with a host of problems. Luckily, these can easily be avoided with proper maintenance. Here are four reasons that you may want to consider routine maintenance, which will keep your roof in tip-top condition and avoid many repairs.
Posted on 11/13/2014 1:10 PM By SuperUser Account
Financially the cost of a repair will be a lot more friendly on your budget than a full roof replacement. However if you do not front the repairs now, you will likely have no choice but to replace the entire roof sooner than you may think.
Posted on 9/17/2014 7:39 AM By SuperUser Account
Commercial flat roof inspections are a necessity. You want to make sure your flat roof has as long of a life as possible, so having it regularly inspected is beneficial to you and your wallet. Here are a few things we look at when we come out for an inspection.GuttersWe will take a look at your building’s gutters to ensure they are clean and not in need of repair or replacement. If your gutters back up, water can back up onto the commercial flat roof and cause leaks and other damage. Making sure your gutters are clear of debris is just one step of our inspection process.HVAC UnitWe will inspect the HVAC unit and the area around it to ensure the unit is properly mounted. If the HVAC unit or the structure that holds it needs repaired or replaced, we will see that and let you know. If there is water pooling around the base of your HVAC unit, we’ll take measures to repair it.FlashingThe roof’s flashing is another part we’ll look at. We will look for flashing that is torn, loose or missing. We’ll look to make sure ...