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How a Spring Commercial Roof Inspection Can Save You Money

How a Spring Commercial Roof Inspection Can Save You Money

Believe it or not, spring arrives in less than two weeks, and there is no better time to schedule an inspection of your commercial roof. While it has been a relatively mild winter for Northeast Ohio, we have experienced high winds, snow and ice, and the many freeze/thaw cycles we’ve had can result in wear and tear on your commercial roof. Do you know how well your roof fared over the past four or five months? There is no better time to find out! Spring is an ideal time to check for any winter damage or necessary general maintenance so that you can address any problems now and expand the lifespan of your flat roof.

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GAF-Certified Commercial Roofing Calls for Ongoing Skills Training

The application of commercial roof systems is an acquired skill, and like any craft, it must be honed. Many contractors can install a new commercial roof system, but only trained, certified professionals can do it correctly and secure the coveted manufacturers’ warranties, which range from 15 to 35 years of complete coverage.

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Innovations in Commercial Roofing Technology

Innovations in Commercial Roofing Technology

Roofing innovation and technology has progressed quite rapidly over the years. Aerial infrared moisture scans and remote controlled drone surveys would have been considered science fiction 30 years ago. Roofers in the early 1980s hand-carried buckets of hot asphalt up a ladder, one pail at a time. And just think—safety regulations were virtually non-existent back then.

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5 Ways to Keep Foot Traffic from Damaging Your Commercial Roof

5 Ways to Keep Foot Traffic from Damaging Your Commercial Roof

One of the best ways you can get more life out of your commercial roof is by protecting your roof surface. Reducing the foot traffic on your roof – even in the middle of winter – can go a long way in lessening the wear and tear that can lead to costly repairs and eventual replacement.

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