A roof system is one of the most important parts of your building’s exterior. It has to endure weather elements such as snow, hail, rain, wind, and UV radiation. But how do you ensure its performance isn’t affected? Do you have to keep on replacing your entire New York roof once it’s destroyed? […]
Several factors can cause a leak in your commercial roof from poor drainage to damaged flashing, and more. No matter what the cause, taking quick action is necessary to prevent the damage from becoming severe. What else should you do when your commercial roof leaks? Here’s a closer look.
The snow can come fast and furious during New England winters and seemingly accumulate in the blink of an eye. […]
Snow can be quite heavy, ranging from 3-5 pounds per square foot. The average commercial roof can support up to 4 feet of fresh snow before becoming strained. […]
Vanguard was asked to inspect the roof area and make recommendations. Here’s what we found and how we fixed it.
The roof on your warehouse plays an essential role in keeping your building safe from the elements. When you’re having problems with your roof your building can become more vulnerable to damage from rain, snow, ice, and wind. Should you schedule repairs for your warehouse, or is it time to have it replaced with a new roof? […]
Watching over a commercial building isn’t always an easy job, but when there are issues with the roof, it can be even harder. As the person overseeing the building, you need to understand when a roof needs repairs and when replacement is the best option. Sure, replacement costs more, but it can save you money and headaches down the road. Here are some signs that your commercial building needs a new roof.
Every commercial property manager needs to be concerned about the condition of their roof. […]
As a commercial property manager, you’ve probably been through roof replacement. While it isn’t something you do every year, it’s definitely a costly and time consuming task when it needs to be done. If you’d rather forego roof replacement for as long as possible, the next time the project needs to be done, the material you choose is highly important. Consider slate as a great option for longevity on your commercial roof.
Slate has been a popular roofing material for close to 100 years, but shingles and tiles – which cost less and are mass-produced – have taken over the market. However, more commercial property managers are starting to recognize the long-term benefits of slate roofing and it’s making a comeback. Here are just a few of its benefits.
Commercial buildings can be one headache after another, but when you run into a hiccup with a building you manage, you need to fix it fast and you want that repair to last long-term. The roof on any commercial building is your first line of defense against the weather elements and anything else that might have an impact on the building and what’s inside. If your roof is leaking or in need of repairs or replacement, consider utilizing Durolast products.