Most commercial roofing systems are “flat” (which actually means low-sloped). As such, they are more vulnerable to pooling water and other moisture-related issues than traditional steep-sloped roofs, which are better at shedding water. Standing water on a flat roof can quickly lead to major, costly damage.
Commercial roof maintenance is not about fixing something that is broken. It’s about taking a proactive approach, preventing issues such as water damage to preserve the structural integrity of the building. As such, facilities managers and commercial property owners must do their part in making sure the roof is properly maintained.
In today’s post, local roofing contractor Wilson Roofing discusses the key features present in a maintainable commercial roof.
Pollution, bird droppings, and other stubborn surface stains can take a toll on your siding. Fortunately, pressure washing can make your siding look brand new again. This needs to be done with great care, however, to avoid damaging your home.
Home remodeling is exciting, but it can also be stressful. Between the financial investment, the interruption to your daily life, and of course the desire that the final product will match your vision, the process of remodeling your home can feel overwhelming at times.
Wilson Roofing, a top roofing company in the area, recommends dimensional shingles as your roofing material of choice. Also known as architectural or laminate shingles, dimensional shingles are superior in many ways to alternatives such as three-tab shingles. Learn more about them in today’s blog.
Hiring a roofer should involve serious investigative work. After all, working with the wrong contractor could cost you thousands of dollars and cause you heaps of unnecessary stress. If you don’t exercise due diligence, you might find yourself in a bad deal with an unreliable contractor.