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Commercial Roofing

Summertime Maintenance for Your Flat Roof

The commercial roofing contractor team at A-Plus Roofing in Minneapolis talks about keeping your roof in good shape during the summer months. We share why summer is an ideal time to keep up with roof repairs and some common maintenance issues to watch out for. 

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The Risks of Postponing Flat Roof Repair

The Duro-Last roofing pros at A-Plus Roofing in Minneapolis talk about the benefits of installing a Duro-Last roof on your commercial facility. We discuss the value of a prefabricated roof and talk about the Duro-Last difference. 

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Reasons Your Flat Roof Leaks

Despite sharing the same purpose, to protect your building, commercial flat roofs share very little in common with their residential roof counterparts. To begin with, residential roofs are pitched to allow for water runoff. Generally speaking, the function and needs of flat roofs are much different from those of a pitched residential roof. Like residential roofs, however, there are several main reasons a commercial flat roof might be leaking.

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How Does Winter Impact a Commercial Flat Roof?

We’ve already been hit with a couple of polar blasts this year in Minnesota, and according to the Farmer’s Almanac, we’re only just getting started. If you own or run a business with a commercial flat roof, one of the most important things you can do is stay on top of your roof when extreme weather hits. If your roof has even minor damage, winter extremes can push it to the point of no return. That’s because the flat quality of commercial roofs can open it up to damage faster than pitched roofs.

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What are the Main Causes of a Commercial Roof Leak?

Commercial flat roof membranes are known for their reliability and durability. However, if you suspect there could be a problem with your roof, it’s not something you want to take a chance on. Postponing your roof’s repairs can lead to serious damage inside your facilities and pose a risk to the building’s occupants. On the other hand, completely replacing a roof may seem like a drastic measure when you have a busy facility to run.

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How a Commercial Membrane Roof Stacks Up to Gravel and Tar

Modern roofing systems have come a long way over the last century or so. For many years, the most prominent roofing system used for commercial buildings was the BUR or built-up roofing system. Sometimes known as tar and gravel roofs, these systems became popular as the many applications of crude oil came into widespread usage. But these roofing options have gradually been replaced over the years with far more sophisticated flat roof solutions.

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Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Flat Roof Maintenance

With all of the attention and focus on your day-to-day business, it can be easy to overlook what’s going on overhead. A commercial flat roof is one of the hardest-working roofing systems around. The intricate roofing systems of a commercial flat roof are manufactured to be incredibly durable with the simplest, most economical design possible.

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Four Main Causes of Commercial Roof Damage

Not all roofs are created equal, and this is especially true when comparing commercial flat roofs to the type of sloped or pitched roofs found in residential roofing. Flat roofs are the most common roofs found in industrial and commercial buildings. Even if you know everything there is to know about how a sloped residential roof works, a flat roof is fundamentally different and has completely different needs. Rather than asphalt shingles, flat roofs typically use either tar and gravel or protective membranes to prevent water and air infiltration.

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What are the Main Differences between Commercial and Residential Roofing?

William Shakespeare once said, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” A rose is a rose, but are all roofs the same? At its most basic, a roof’s job is to protect a building from the elements no matter what the purpose of the building beneath it. That’s why you might be surprised to learn that there are actually a few key differences between a commercial and a residential roof.

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Preparing Your Flat Roof for the Summer

If your business is located in the Twin Cities, your commercial flat roof takes a beating over the winter months. It’s important to address any roof repair issues right away after a long Minnesota winter. After all, a leaky commercial flat roof can end up damaging the product inside your facility, costing you upwards of thousands of dollars. It can also make your business look very unprofessional if a client sees a leaky roof when they visit your facility.

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