One of the most frequently asked questions we get at Roberts Roofing is why large commercial roofs generally are flat. We hope this article helps to answer this question—and provides useful information when considering how best to maintain your flat commercial roof over time.
It’s not a stretch to say that 2020 was one of the most challenging years any of us have experienced. Once COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in the U.S., most businesses were forced to shut down and the economy took a severe blow.
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As we currently seek candidates to add to our team, we take pause to consider the qualities a true professional roofer should possess as well as what Roberts Roofing brings to the table as an employer of choice.
As a commercial building owner, you want to protect the capital investments you make in keeping your building and its assets in good working order. Whether you need commercial roofing repairs or a complete roof replacement, it can be helpful to understand various terms used by commercial roofing contractors.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.