The National Weather Service claims hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30, but ask Floridians, and they’ll likely say January 1 to December 31 about covers it. Preparing for upcoming storms needs to be a year-round part of your To-Do list as a commercial building owner or manager. (more…)
Sunny Florida is actually all wet. Oakland Park, for example, gets a staggering 62 inches of rain a year according to Sperling’s Best Places. All that water has to go somewhere, and your commercial building’s roof is a big target. Mold, mildew, ruined roofs — these are just three of the many problems water can cause in your commercial property. When you hire a roofer with expertise in waterproofing, you get three big benefits that protect your building.(more…)
When did you stop learning? We hope the answer is, “I haven’t,” because a commercial property manager must keep up to date on every aspect of the job. Does your commercial roofer care about your education? Does your commercial roofer try to help you, or does the roofer take advantage of your ignorance? Here are some ways to measure the respect your roofer has for your knowledge.
What makes a commercial roofer exceptionally good? Is it longevity, reliability, or quality? Is it a combination of great customer service, superb workmanship, and quick response time? What should you be looking for in an exceptionally good commercial roofer?(more…)
What does your company hope to achieve? How would a secure, watertight roof help you achieve that goal? One way to further your own company’s vision is to partner with vendors who themselves are driven to achieve great things. Integrity is the most important measure of a man, a woman, or a company.(more…)
When a project manager or even just an adept crew member feels he or she can handle it, a new roofing company emerges. These upstarts seldom thrive. To reach a decade in the commercial roofing business takes real effort. Twenty-five years in the business is no accidental anniversary.(more…)
Competition in American business benefits customers; it is a plain, historic fact. Yet that competition also benefits a company like PSI Roofing, because competition helps give us the focus we need to deliver the absolute best quality work to our customers. We work by three words: Integrity, Honesty, and Quality. (more…)
Not every commercial roofer is mission-driven. Many simply want to turn a buck, crank out a job, and move on. Some commercial roofers, especially in Florida, content themselves chasing hurricane damage. To be honest, many Florida business owners are just fine with such a transactional relationship. For a select few Florida companies, however, they know their reputations are built by the company they keep. (more…)
Residential homeowners in the Fort Lauderdale area have it easy compared to facilities managers, don’t they? A homeowner shops for the roofer then buys a new roof and that’s that. If the job is not first-rate, the only ones to grumble are family members. But what of the facilities manager? The fiscal health and survival of an entire company rides on the selection of a trustworthy roofing contractor. Consider these three tips when selecting the right professional.