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Inspections

Five Things You Should Know About Infrared Technology in Roofing

The future of commercial roof inspection is bright, but modern services are still incredibly effective. Every year, providers adopt new technology to assure long-lasting roofs capable of weathering storms, temperature changes, leaks and split sections.

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5 Things that Can Damage Your Commercial Roof

Everybody wants to prevent the accelerated aging of buildings and commercial roofing by eliminating as many hazards as possible. However, your commercial flat roof will not be able to be protected from some fairly common problems. Learn more about what threatens your Minneapolis, MN roof on a daily basis and how to limit damage to your building.

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Can a Roof Inspection or Repair Benefit My Insurance Policy?

Commercial roof repair can enhance your business. It can also help you get more out of your insurance policy. Whether you’re a small business owner or a large-scale industry guru, even a roof inspection can be economical in the long run. If you currently have a business insurance policy, keep reading. A-Plus Roofing is here with some insight, and we’re ready to help you save big bucks on your policy.

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Protect Your Commercial Property with an In-Depth Roof Inspection

Understandably, your roof will need repair eventually. Before hiring your contractor, however, it’s a good idea to understand he the ins and outs of inspection. Your roof’s integrity matters, and a solid roofing inspection can make the difference between a high-quality job and the need for return visits.

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5 Sure Signs that Your Flat Roof Needs Maintenance

When your commercial flat roof functions properly, it's easy to think it needs no maintenance or tune-up. However, you should plan for commercial roof inspections on a regular basis to avoid the consequences of developing problems. A-Plus Roofing Co. can help you when these five signs calling for flat roof maintenance present themselves.

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Why Do Commercial Flat Roofs Leak?

If you own or lease a commercial building with a flat roof, It’s never a good sign if you suspect leakage. Does this mean your entire roof needs to be replaced? No. There are various options to consider before a full roof replacement is even necessary. If you notice a leak in your roof, the first thing you should do is call A Plus Roofing Co. We have the tools to diagnose leaks repair your roof where necessary.

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From Inspection to Transaction: Your Roof Inspection and Selling Guide

Your roof’s condition matters. In terms of selling, your home’s roof holds a lot of value. Even strong, durable roofs can have weaknesses. Fortunately, a quick inspection can save you a lot of money. Because roofs incur a lot of damages throughout the years, a good inspection is worthwhile. To the untrained eye, a roof’s surface can appear strong. A few structural weaknesses, however, can lead to disaster or lower selling prices. For this reason, homeowners and business owners alike trust in a certified commercial roof contractor for repair.

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Why Should You Have Your Flat Roof Inspected?

Your roof is the largest area of space exposed to the elements when it comes to your commercial building. As such, your roof will sustain a lot of damage over the years. You can eliminate the extensive roof work by getting your roof inspected annually so that repairs don’t get too bad. Below you will find a few problems that could lead to serious problems without an annual roof inspection.

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Annual Versus Seasonal Flat Roof Inspections

If you own a commercial building you own a roof and understand the need for routine maintenance in order to keep the roof functioning properly. Inspections are part of regular maintenance, as the inspection addresses potential problem areas before they have the chance to cause structural issues to the building. The standard routine is to have an annual inspection, and that will take care of ordinary problem areas as they arise. Some years, according to the weather, you may need an additional inspection to quickly find damage caused by a specific storm before the roof leak causes internal damage to your building.

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How to Conduct a Roof Inspection

It’s reasonable to expect your roof to last for 30 years or more. However, there are many factors that will affect the longevity of your roof, including the type of roof you have, where you live, and maintenance. The National Roofing Contractors Association states you should expect your roof twice each year to ensure that you have no problems. But, what should you look for when you are assessing your roof? The following are tips for you to ensure you complete a thorough roof inspection before you call your local contractor.

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