Posted on 6/14/2021 4:20 AM By A Plus Roofing
Commercial roof maintenance is an essential part of facilities management, and regular maintenance is the key to extending the lifespan of your commercial flat roof. To keep your roof in good shape and make the most of your commercial roofing services, it’s important to know the right questions to ask your contractor.
Posted on 5/17/2021 4:07 AM By A Plus Roofing
There are plenty of important things to think about when you’re in charge of running a business from marketing to inventory to facilities management. Unfortunately, commercial roof maintenance is too often overlooked until it leads to significant damage and costs your company.
Posted on 11/16/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Reduce commercial room fire hazards for your Twin Cities business with the commercial roofing contractor pros at A-Plus Roofing.
Posted on 8/17/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Whether you’re a building facility manager, a business owner, or a commercial property owner, your roof’s performance is essential to protecting your facilities and employees. When installing or replacing a commercial roof, the contractor and roofing system you choose will directly impact your company’s spending on maintenance over the years. A quality roofing system will also save your company in terms of energy expenses, whereas a poorly installed or lower quality roof system can end up costing you much more. When you’re choosing a roofing material for your new roof, it’s important to choose the system that will best suit your property and goals.
Posted on 7/13/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
It’s hard to imagine there was ever a time before energy savings was a concern for businesses in the present day when energy efficiency is a prominent business concern. Although we know today that energy efficiency impacts a business and the community in a number of ways, that thinking has come a long way over the years.
Posted on 6/15/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Winter weather can put a commercial roof to the test between all of the ice, heavy snow, and dramatic temperature changes. When flat roofs make it through the cold season without incident, it can be easy to assume everything is in good working order and overlook seasonal maintenance. However, some of the most significant roof problems begin as small issues that can be easily repaired, avoiding serious trouble and expense down the road.
Posted on 5/11/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
When your business is housed in a commercial building with a flat roof, keeping that membrane intact is paramount to protecting your property and your profits. That’s why it’s important to know you can count on your commercial roof material to protect the building along with everyone and everything inside. Our commercial roofing contractor team at A-Plus Roofing in Minneapolis specializes in rubber membranes and flat roof repair for Twin Cities businesses.
Posted on 4/13/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Commercial roofs and residential roofing systems are fundamentally different in their structure and composition. Most commercial roofs require coverage over a large facility with commercial heating and cooling systems, which means these buildings require flat roof construction. To the untrained observer, a flat roof system would naturally require a simpler engineering design than its residential roofing counterparts. While a commercial roofing system may seem simple, but it’s far more complex than you might suspect at first glance.
Posted on 3/16/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
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.
Posted on 2/10/2020 4:00 AM By A Plus Roofing
Unlike residential roofs, which use a pitch to direct water and debris, most commercial roofs use a flat roof system. The flat roof effectively protects a commercial building using a completely different approach to roofing, but it boasts several surprising advantages over residential roofs. A commercial roof is much easier to access for regular maintenance and repairs. It’s also much less costly to repair or replace than its residential roof counterparts as labor is much simpler and materials are more affordable.
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