What is your plan for 2020? Are you taking steps to extend the life of your flat roof? Fortunately, with some preplanning, it’s not too late to take action that will save you money in the long run.
While “green building” is typically associated with houses, there are federal tax incentives for commercial building owners who go green, from their foundations right up to their flat roofs.
Roof repairs and taxes may not seem to have a lot in common. As a commercial building owner, however, you’ll want to be sure you are taking advantage of recent beneficial changes in the tax code that allow you to depreciate expenses faster.
As we begin a new year – and a new decade – everyone at Roberts Roofing extends our best wishes to you for a prosperous new year.
As a commercial building owner or facilities manager in Northeast Ohio, you will likely be clearing snow and ice in the winter months ahead to provide safe access for your employees, customers and tenants. But you should also consider what’s occurring on the top of your building. Flat roofs are Read more…
Since this blog post is appearing around the Thanksgiving holiday, we thought it would be appropriate to give thanks—specifically, for the top-five customer practices that (a) promote a healthy and long-lasting commercial roof, (b) ensure the seamless repair or restoration of your commercial roof, or (c) streamline the process of reroofing your facility.
In Northeast Ohio, we are subject to unpredictable weather like hail, high wind, snow and more. Knowing that your commercial roof is going to experience freeze-thaw cycles that can be damaging to your roofing materials, what steps can you take to minimize damage to your commercial roof?
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It’s autumn in Northeast Ohio. Along with the beautiful leaves and fall activities, we also experience a substantial amount of rainfall. If you haven’t had your roof inspected lately by a certified commercial roofing contractor, a torrential downpour may result in some telltale signs—and potentially more expensive repairs.
As states across the U.S. grapple with finding solutions to the skilled worker shortage, it is up to those industries most affected to find ways to recruit and train new employees. From real estate and construction to commercial roofing, contractors and job foremen are in demand, and it will take the right combination of onboarding and training to begin to change perceptions of careers in these industries.
It is not unusual to find a gravel top coat on commercial roofing systems. Though primarily confined to built-up asphalt roofing systems, it can be applied to single-ply EPDM, rubber-based membranes as well.