Unlike a commercial single-ply roofing replacement, residential structures often use asphalt shingles as a roofing material. Contractors will install shingles from the tail of the rafters and work their way up to where two roof slopes meet. This intersection is called a hip (or a ridge, depending on your roof style) and it houses the […]
Wind damage occurs in a number of ways and one of the common misconceptions is that it only occurs to residential roofing. This isn’t actually the case as wind damage can also be inflicted on your commercial roofing. Once that happens, you’ll have to search for commercial roofing contractors to get it fixed. Depending on […]
A report reveals that the global metal roofing system installation market is seen to have a steady growth rate within the next six years.
Ethylene propylene diene monomer, or EDPM, is a popular roofing material used on commercial buildings. Also known as rubber roofing, this single ply membrane has been used in low slope applications for decades, effectively providing protection to residential and commercial structures.
Good quality commercial roofing does more than just protect your commercial properties from the elements. They make commercial buildings look better, help lower energy costs and even raise the value of the properties where they are used.