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Roof Maintenance

Flat Roofing Styles and Techniques

Flat roofing, although with some designs may be part of a house, is generally considered an option for industrial and commercial buildings. There are reasons a flat roof is more practical in some situations, and there are reasons for designing a situation to accommodate a flat roof system. Once it has been determined to use a flat roof design, there are specific nuances as to why you may choose one system over another to assure your roof provides the best value and continued usefulness you need to provide to the building and the space underneath the roof.

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How to Tell When Your Commercial Roof Needs To Be Repaired

If you’re a Twin Cities business owner, you know all too well the importance of a quality commercial flat roof. Your roof is your building’s main defense against some of the extreme temperature changes, snow, hail, and rain we can see here in Minnesota. It also works to protect your business against strong wind, debris, extreme heat, and even fire.

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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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5 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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6 Main Causes of Flat 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.

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Roofing Industry Trends: 2022

As the second quarter of 2022 is running at full speed, what has changed in the roofing industry? What is influencing market decisions among homeowners and roofing contractors? What are the new trends in commercial roofing, roof inspection methods, and roofing repairs?

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Life Cycle Maintenance Tips for Commercial Roofs

When you’re having your commercial roof replaced, it’s important to understand that roof’s anticipated life cycle and make plans for future maintenance. The initial cost of a replacement roof or a new roof installation is a significant investment. However, there are some important steps you can take to extend the life of your roof.

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Common Spring Issues for Commercial Roofs

With spring finally here, it's time to start thinking about springtime facilities maintenance. Many residential and commercial homeowners in Minneapolis, St Paul, and nearby cities can confirm that spring is the right time to restore the strength of their commercial roofs. With all of the heavy snow and ice behind us for the season, one of your spring maintenance priorities needs to include inspecting the condition of your commercial roof.

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3 Tips for Flat Roof Ventilation

A roof is more than just a lid on your facility. It’s also a complex system that works to regulate the temperature in your building while preventing unwanted moisture and air infiltration. And just like with any sloped roof, an essential part of any flat roof is having a functional roof ventilation system.

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How to Choose the Right Commercial Roofing Contractor

There are lots of things to think about in the planning phase of any facilities management project. But one of the most important steps when you’re replacing your roof is finding the right commercial roofing contractor.

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