Now that snow is already falling in Northeast Ohio, you may be focused on keeping your commercial building warm and the walkways clear. You may not have your roof in mind—after all, you either had roofing professionals out to repair, replace or inspect your roof, or you plan to do so in the spring. But did you ever wonder what roofers do in the winter?
When it comes to major roof repairs or full commercial roof replacement, you will be making an investment in the future performance of your building. Once you decide to move forward and select a contractor, there may be one or two estimates that are significantly lower than the others.
Whether you’re a low-slope roofing contractor or a building owner/manager, roof maintenance can be the key to unlocking significant business value. Unfortunately, there are three common myths that often prevent people from seeing the value right over their heads.
If you want to get the best performance out of your commercial roofing system, don’t forget about drainage. Having the right roof drainage can help ensure the integrity of your flat roof’s roofing system.