5 Factors Affecting Commercial Roof Replacement Costs

5 Factors Affecting Commercial Roof Replacement Costs

There is no question that commercial roof replacement is a significant capital cost for building owners. Once you decide to make the investment, it is helpful to understand the various factors that will affect commercial roof costs. The following 5 factors should be understood by building owners and managers before making a decision.

Commercial Roof Repairs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

At a time when there is nothing normal about everyday life and most businesses were temporarily shuttered, it can be difficult to go about business as usual. Every member of the Roberts Roofing Team wishes the very best for our customers, community and the healthcare professionals working hard to protect and heal those afflicted with the coronavirus (COVID-19). Using good common sense will help us navigate the challenging weeks ahead.

Lincoln Electric

Lincoln Electric: 2.85 Million Square-Foot BUR Commercial Roof Replacement

Cleveland-based Lincoln Electric is a global leader in arc welding and cutting solutions. The 1.6 million square-foot global headquarters of the 125-year-old company measures 1.6 million feet, which runs over a half-mile long, making the company the largest facility in the world dedicated to the manufacture of welding products.

Commercial Roof Leaks

Avoid the Consequences of a Leaky Commercial Roof

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.