Posted on 2/10/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Our team of commercial flat roofing contractors at A-Plus Roofing in Minneapolis talk about commercial flat roofs and how to decide if you need to repair or replace them. We discuss signs your roof needs to be replaced rather than simply repaired.
Posted on 1/13/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Extreme winter weather is a fact of life in the Twin Cities. When you’re in charge of maintaining a commercial property, managing the impact of wild winter weather on your assets is crucial. Extremely low temperatures invariably mean snow and ice, which can wreak havoc on a commercial flat roof. Repairing a roof before the problems worsen is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your business from disaster.
Posted on 12/16/2019 7:24 AM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 11/11/2019 11:59 AM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 10/14/2019 7:22 AM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 9/16/2019 1:32 PM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 6/17/2019 12:42 PM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 5/13/2019 9:01 AM By A Plus Roofing
As a Minnesota commercial business owner or manager, keeping your product and facility safe is one of your top priorities. From warehouse facilities to showrooms, the building that houses your commercial group needs to have a powerful and stable roof.
Posted on 11/12/2018 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 6/11/2018 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
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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