It’s important to hire an experienced residential and commercial roofing contractor because improper installation can cause your roof to sag. A sagging roof can come in various forms, caused by different factors.
Tackling a new roof installation is a great investment. As soon as it gets damaged at any time, you don’t have to shell out thousands of dollars for repairs. That’s where the warranty of your roof comes in. Carney Roofing Company, your local contractor for new roofing construction projects, discusses more in today’s blog post.
Commercial roofing contractors are very familiar with EPDM roofs. Tough, low-maintenance and cost-efficient, it’s not surprising that EPDM roofing is among the most popular options used on business properties. Here, we take a quick look at how it is installed.
Most commercial roofs are flat and it’s no coincidence. Although local building regulations don’t bar sloped-roof installation on structures intended for business activities, most property owners choose to go down the flat option route. But why?
No roofing material could ever appease uncompromising environmentalists because no 100%-green option exists on the market. However, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is arguably the most eco-friendly choice among single ply membrane systems. With these benefits, it’s perhaps your safest flat-roofing bet to minimize your environmental impact.