Roofing contractor installing silicone roof coating.

The roof is one of your commercial property’s most important features, but it’s also one of the most expensive to replace! If you have a commercial building, then you likely understand this problem all too well. In fact, many commercial building owners have found themselves in a situation where they might need full roof replacements but don’t have the money for it.

Fortunately, in many situations, there are options to extend the lifespan of your existing roof with commercial roof restoration. That’s right – if your current roof is structurally sound, then there may be a way to save you both time and money!

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Roofing contractor inspecting commercial roof.

A roof is the most critical part of any structure, and keeping your commercial roof in good repair should be a top priority to extend its service life or prolong the need for a roof replacement

As with any commercial building, it’s important to keep all drains clear of debris and, of course, to have a reliable, professional roof repair company on hand. If roof problems arise, you need to be prepared to take action.

So, what else should you consider when it comes to your  commercial roof maintenance program? Keep reading! We’ve compiled the industry’s top preventative maintenance tips for you to keep in your back pocket.

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Roofing company inspector examining a commercial roof.

Regular maintenance is just a part of life. Every three months or so, you get your car’s oil changed. Every year in the fall, you have your furnace inspected. Your commercial building’s roofing system is no different!

Regular inspections help detect roof issues early and are a cost-effective way to extend the life of your roof. So, is there an ideal time for building owners to get their roof inspected? Let’s find out! Read more

Roofers installing a metal roof on a commercial building.

As a business owner, you’re always looking to get the best return on your investment, especially when it comes to reinvesting back into your business! Reinvesting in your business can mean something as simple as roof repair or replacement – no matter the type of roof that you pick for your commercial building.

If you’re looking into roof replacement and are considering a metal roof, you might be wondering how long it will last. Let’s look into some of the variables that affect potential life expectancy.

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Snow load on flat roof.

Snowstorms aren’t just a good excuse to drink your weight in hot chocolate and call off work for the day. They can be cause for concern when it comes to the safety and integrity of your commercial structure.

In this post, we’ll tell you the best ways to handle the issue of heavy snow and discuss how to connect with top roofing professionals who can help not only complete flat roof snow removal, but also inspect and maintain your roof throughout the year.

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Electricity meters on a commercial building showing energy consumption.

The commercial building sector accounts for more than 18% of all electricity consumed in the United States – and up to 30% of that is wasted, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. So, it makes sense that commercial building energy consumption would be a great place to start when looking at ways to save money for your business.

Building owners and managers can reduce energy costs by optimizing energy usage, sealing air leaks, improving insulation, upgrading heating and air conditioning units, installing new roofing systems and adopting renewable energy technologies, such as solar panels. A variety of resources are available to help improve building performance!

Improvements to energy efficiency can save a significant amount on utility bills, while also providing increased comfort for the building’s occupants. Let’s take a look at the energy management measures that commercial building owners can take to reduce energy consumption and increase total energy savings.

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Infrared roof moisture scan.

If you’re a business owner, manager or commercial property owner, then you know that one of the most important aspects of your company is its roofing system. A well-maintained commercial roof can help keep your building’s interior temperatures stable, protect your property from the elements, and keep your employees and customers comfortable and safe.

That’s why it’s so important to have a roof asset management program (RAM) in place. RAM programs can help you track all aspects of your roofing system, from roof maintenance schedules to warranties to inspection reports. In this blog post, we will discuss what roof asset management software is and how a good RAM program can benefit your business.

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Ice dam on a commercial roof.

Flat roofs are common for many commercial business locations, and like pitched single roofs, they come with their own set of considerations. Spring and summer bring rain, storms, and high winds, while winter brings freezing temperatures, ice, and snow.

Ice dams are just one of the many challenges that come with owning a flat roof in the wintertime. However, there are ways to prevent ice dams from forming and causing damage to your property.

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Close up of commercial roofer installing new roof.

If you’re a commercial property owner or manager, you know that keeping your roof in good condition is crucial to protecting your investment. But finding a qualified roofing contractor to do the work can be a challenge.

When you need a new roof, the process can seem overwhelming. It’s important to understand all of your options and make sure that you hire the right company for the job. There are many things to consider when choosing a commercial roofing contractor — make sure you know what they are to give you peace of mind.

With so many options out there, how do you know who to trust? Keep reading for 5 key tips to help you find a reputable roofing contractor who will do the job right.

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According to the Beck Group, design-build projects have a 33% faster delivery speed.

Design-build is a construction technique whereby the designer and contractor work on the same team. It is a form of single-source contracting, and the best part is that a building owner only needs to work with one entity — known as the design-builder.

Design-build is the opposite of the traditional form of construction where an owner might work with multiple entities, from architects to subcontractors and everything in between. 

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