Managing roofing assets for multiple facilities can delay full roof replacement.

Good roof asset management is oftentimes an overlooked component for many businesses and building owners. But the truth of the matter is that the old “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” frame of mind is not a viable mentality for a proactive roof management plan. 

Unfortunately, many brick-and-mortar businesses tend to put this important aspect of their facility management on the back-burner. With all the difficulties that come with overseeing multiple facilities, there’s a good chance that managing roofing assets isn’t always at the forefront of concern.

However, that doesn’t make it any less crucial.

The good news is with the right knowledge about key components, you can gain a stronghold over these little nuances in your businesses, which will make it inordinately easier to manage and maintain your rooftops.

Here are some common challenges facility managers face in maintaining the roofing systems of multiple facilities (and what you can do to handle them). Read more

Extreme heat's effect on commercial roofs is worse than you think.

Every building owner relies on their roof for protection. Unfortunately, roofs themselves aren’t indestructible.

Because roofs are the first line of defense for your building’s occupants, they need to be monitored and maintained. Proper attention and maintenance can ensure that your roof continues to protect the facilities (and people) inside.

However, have you ever thought about the effect of high temperatures on rooftops? Recent heat waves might make this question even more pressing to answer. Even just one 90-degree day can cause damage, let alone day after day during the summer months.

It’s important to understand the effects of extreme heat on your commercial roof. Learn why it’s important to maintain and replace your roofing materials as needed to prevent roof leaks and any other kind of potential damage! Read more

Proactive commercial roof asset management from TEMA Roofing Services.

Roof repairs and roof replacements shouldn’t have to be unexpected expenses. In fact, something as simple as a proactive roof asset management plan can help your business stay ahead of costly repairs that can easily run into the tens of thousands of dollars.

Many business owners make the mistake of practicing reactive roofing maintenance. The tips in this blog will show how proactive roofing can drastically cut down on commercial roof repair or replacement costs with simple preventative maintenance. Read more

Rooftop with convenient HVAC placement.

Having a commercial HVAC system in front of your building can detract from the aesthetic of your property. However, installing an HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) unit on a flat roof removes the undesirable and bulky ground units from eyesight.

Besides aesthetics, there are many benefits to moving your air conditioning system from the ground to the rooftop. Not only will your HVAC unit be out of sight and out of mind but the challenges associated with ground units will also be eliminated. Even better, your commercial building will gain back usable space while the unit itself can be easily maintained. 

Learn why these rooftop HVAC units are gaining popularity and how your commercial building can benefit from the move.

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