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Flat Roofs

Preparing Your Flat Roof for the Summer

At A-Plus Roofing, our team discusses the effect of summer heat on your commercial flat roof and talk about how you can keep your roof in top shape despite exposure to UV rays and summer storms. 

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What are the Most Common Types of Flat Roofs?

The professional commercial roofing contractors at A-Plus Roofing discuss commercial flat roof types. We talk about the different types of flat roofs including rubber membranes, TPO, and Duro-Last roofs, and we break down what makes each roof unique. 

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How Does Infrared Roofing Inspection Work?

If you’ve got a commercial business with a flat roof, you may think it’s in great shape and not realize it has problems until you experience damage inside your facility. That’s because it can be tough to tell when there’s a problem on a flat roof.

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How Single-Ply Roofing Affects Your Roof

Commercial buildings have different needs than residential buildings. One of the biggest differences in the way commercial buildings are built in recent years is the rise in popularity for the single-ply roof. Most modern commercial buildings now use single-ply flat roofs. But what are the advantages of a single ply roof for your building and how does it work?

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How Duro-Last Helps With LEED Certification

There is a wide range of factors to take into consideration when choosing your commercial roof. Cost, quality, and durability are all key elements to be taken into account. One of the most important considerations you might have overlooked is LEED certification. LEED certification stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a certification program sponsored by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

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How Do TPO And EPDM Stack Up Against Each Other?

If your business has a commercial flat roof, you need to know that it will stand the test of time to protect your business. But navigating the world of commercial flat roofs can be a bit tricky if you are new to it. You may have heard the terms TPO and EPDM and wonder how these two commercial flat roof systems stack up.

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The Importance of Routine Commercial Roof Inspections

It is recommended that you have a commercial roof inspection performed every six to 12 months. The frequency in which you need your roof inspected varies based on the age of your roof, the type of commercial roof you have in place and the condition of your commercial roof. Commercial roof inspections take time and they cost money. As such, you may find yourself wondering if this is something you really need to do and why. Here are three reasons why routine commercial roof inspections are a must for any commercial building.

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How to Tell When You Need a Roof Replacement

The most critical part of your home is the roof since it ensures a warm and leak-free home. However, most homeowners never consider taking care of roof until it begins to leak. You don't have to wait until your roof can no longer hold the water for you to pay attention.

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3 Ways a New Roof Can Help Your Business

Quality commercial roofing in Minneapolis is especially important because of the climate changes throughout the year. The seasonal mix of intense sun, freezing rain and melting snow can all cause excess wear and tear on your roof. If you have a commercial property in need of a new roof or a roof repair, it pays to have a commercial roofing contractor take care of it. Here are three ways a new roof can help your business.

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What Types of Commercial Roofing Systems are Available?

When asked about roofing options, most people will think that residential roofing alternatives are the same that are used in commercial roof repair. But commercial roofing has very little in common with residential roofing. Residences generally use asphalt-based shingles, while a commercial roofing contractor has a wide variety of materials that are specifically designed for commercial applications. In particular, many commercial buildings are manufactured with flat roofs, while residential properties have peaks. Those completely different structures alone call for different roofing solutions.

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