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Roof Inspection

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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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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Preparing Your Commercial Roof For Minnesota's Winter

When it comes to winter, Minnesota roofs are truly put to the test. When the snow and ice take over, your roof needs to perform at its best to protect your business or multi-family units from damage. Between all the added weight from snow and thick ice, winter roof damage can cost upwards of thousands of dollars.

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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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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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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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4 Services that A-Plus Roofing Offers

At A-Plus Roofing, we're experts in flat roofs in Minnesota. In order to attain this status, we offer a range of roofing services for commercial businesses in the Twin Cities area. Since 1990, we've been known as the go-to roofing company for the comprehensive services businesses need to maintain their productivity while protecting and securing their assets. Our list of services below provides more information.

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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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Does Your Flat Roof Need Maintenance, Repair, or Replacement?

Flat roofs are expected to, and usually do, last a lifetime. They are designed to last a lifetime, but are also designed with the expectation they will receive annual inspections and routine maintenance as needed. On the rare occasion a repair is needed, the basic layout of a flat roof demands it be conducted immediately before it causes more problems and more expensive repairs.

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The Features and Benefits of Duro-Last Commercial Roofing

Duro-Last commercial roofing has been around since the late 70’s. For almost 40 years it has grown to become the most popular type of commercial roofing in the industry. Commercial and large-scale building contractors use Duro-Last roofs regularly across the U.S. This amazing product has become a staple in the industry.

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