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Behind The Scenes Of Flat Roof Waterproofing Products

By |March 2nd, 2020|

Behind The Scenes Of Flat Roof Waterproofing Products

Many commercial property managers are unfamiliar with the roofing material that protects their business. If you do not know the difference between PVC and TPO, this message is for you! Today we dive into the popular waterproofing flat roof materials. What are they? What are the benefits each one provides? Who manufactures them? Let’s go behind the scenes to uncover the story behind each protective covering.

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Behind The Scenes Of Patching Waterproofing Membrane

By |February 3rd, 2020|

Behind The Scenes Of Patching Waterproofing Membrane

Theoretical questions are seldom helpful in the hectic daily work of managing a commercial property. Yet you can hope your facilities crew is asking a rhetorical question if they say, “Can you patch a waterproofing membrane?” That question comes up because, somehow, the waterproofing membrane on your property’s roof has failed. This is a headache you don’t want, often have, and can seldom cure in-house.

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3 Benefits Of Hiring A Waterproofing Company

By |January 13th, 2020|

3 Benefits Of Hiring A Waterproofing Company

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. 

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What Is The Best Roof Waterproofing?

By |January 6th, 2020|

What Is The Best Roof Waterproofing?

Potato, po-tah-to; tomato, to-mah-to. Some words seem different just by their pronunciation, but with roof waterproofing, silicone is not silicon. And silicone is the absolute best rooftop waterproofing for low-slope roofs. It is not right for steep-slope roofs, however. The answer to, “What is the best waterproofing?” is really two answers: low-slope and steep-slope roofs. 

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