Vanguard Roofing News
Just like most capital investments, a commercial and industrial roof can last its full lifecycle when properly taken care of. With regular inspection and a proper commercial roof maintenance plan, you can discover and mitigate minor issues before they escalate in costly property damages. In this guide, we cover five important commercial roof maintenance tips to help you avoid unwanted damages, protect your bottom line, and extend the lifespan of your commercial roof in the Tri-State area.
Flat roofs offer several advantages to commercial building owners and operators. They’re more affordable than sloped roofs and provide more space for rooftop installations. They’re also more accessible and easier to maintain.
“Roof roulette” is a game industrial managers play to avoid maintenance costs. Like casino gambling, it’s a game that almost guarantees disaster at some point. It involves letting leaks and other problems build up before hiring a contractor to come out for maintenance work. Here are reasons to avoid playing this dangerous game with roof repair. […]
The roof of your commercial building protects the interior from damage due to water, wind, and other hazards. Normal wear and tear and damage from storms can take a toll on your roof over time. Preventive maintenance helps lower this risk and keeps your roof in excellent condition. […]
Summers in the Tri-State area never seem long enough. Just a few months from now, the weather will get cold (again) and snow will begin to fall. And when it does, will your commercial roof be ready to survive the winter? […]
The roof is one of the most important aspects of your property as it provides protection from the elements. You want your roof to save you energy expenses and last a long time. One way to prolong the lifespan of your property’s roof is by being proactive when it comes to snow removal. […]
The seven states in Vanguard Roofing’s service area all feel the brisk chill of winter. Along with that invigorating, fresh winter air, though, we get snow, ice, and plunging temperatures. Commercial roofs, like all roofs, feel the impact of cold weather. Is your commercial roof ready for the arrival of winter?
Flat roofs and snow aren’t the best combinations. The weight of the snow and the water that runs off as snow thaws can cause all sorts of problems on the roof. Here’s what you need to know about your flat roof and snow removal.
A 1,742,400 sq. ft. manufacturing facility called us to come inspect their flat roofing system. They asked us to check for deterioration due to the age and present our findings to them. They also inquired about the cost of new skylights.
Just as scientists drill into the icy mantle of Antarctica and extract ice cores, commercial roofers can drill into your commercial property’s roof to remove a sample of every layer of your roof down to the roof deck. Why do this? Just as the scientists can tease out clues about earth’s atmosphere, temperatures and climate over thousands of years, so too can roofers learn about the exact makeup of the roof protecting your business. […]