You put your right foot in, you take your right foot out. The Hokey Pokey’s lyrics are step-by-step instructions for the dance the song describes. Few things in life flow as effortlessly as dance moves, but when your commercial property develops a leak in the roof, you need to get moving, fast.(more…)
That leak you knew about last month? The one in a corner of the roof of the fleet garage? Not am emergency. That hurricane damage your building sustained last night? Definitely an emergency. If you wonder when is commercial roof repair an emergency, and when it is only a repair, consider these ideas.(more…)
Rules of thumb proliferate in every industry, including commercial roofing. Planning a yearly budget, most facilities managers or property owners may base the next year’s maintenance budget on last year’s budget. That may not always be the best approach.(more…)
Several factors affect how frequently you arrange roof maintenance from your local, reliable commercial roof contractor. Experts will tell you the age of your roof, your typical weather patterns, and the composition of your roof all mesh to dictate whether you arrange annual or semiannual maintenance and inspection visits.(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…)
A commercial roof should have a proper roof maintenance program in place. This will benefit commercial property owners by allowing owners to keep up with minor roof repairs and identify potential problem areas that may lead to costly damage. Maintenance can decrease the chance for leaks, roof tears and other types of damage that would potentially go unnoticed, giving way to bigger problems. (more…)