Spring Roof Inspections Deliver Big Returns

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Every season presents its own unique challenges, but none is more harsh on your buildings’ roofs than winter. While most people believe it’s the deep freeze periods that do the most damage, but it’s actually the freeze-thaw cycles that wreak the most havoc on your roofing. Given that the roof protects all of your building’s other assets, it’s crucial to assess the effects of winter on your roofing once spring arrives.

Winter, particularly near its beginning and end, can bring rapid temperature swings of [Click on title to continue reading...]

Top 10 Reasons Roof Systems Fail

There are lots of reasons why a roof system might fail, requiring premature replacement. Of course, every roof system begins to age and deteriorate from the moment it’s installed. We’re not talking about failure of a system that’s simply come to the end of its useful life. We’re talking about the roof systems that fail (leak) before they make it to the end of their intended service life.

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Here are the top 10 reasons why a roof system might fail before it’s [Click on title to continue reading...]

Roof Management Options for Facilities Managers and Owners

Never has it been more difficult for a facility manager or owner to determine a proper and cost effective solution for their roofing needs. There are literally hundreds of different roofing systems, configurations, and roof managment business models throughout the industry. It’s easy to fall victim to a variety of sales schemes out there – some old, some new, and fresh money-making schemes coming to market regularly. How can you find a knowledgeable, reliable partner to help you mange your [Click on title to continue reading...]

Low Cost Roofing Solutions

It’s so easy for building owners and facilities managers to forget about roofing as an essential component of their overall business. For many, the out-of-sight-out-of-mind approach to roof management comes naturally. Understandably, not many owners or managers often walk their roofs. They’re often too busy working on other aspects of their business – until a problem occurs.

Unfortunately, roof management is often handled on a crisis management basis. Managers simply react to the latest problems as they come along. That way, they don’t incur expenses [Click on title to continue reading...]