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…)
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…)
Hurricane seasons blow in and out of the Fort Lauderdale area with unpleasant regularity. Making your commercial property’s roof as close to hurricane proof as possible must be a top priority. Consider these ways to give your facility an edge over the competition. (more…)
Why is property insurance important? You know the answer: if a fire destroys your Fort Lauderdale business, you need money to start over. Why is hurricane preparedness important? You may not know the answer to that. (more…)
You are responsible for maintaining the value and usability of commercial property. That is an enormous responsibility. Who can you enlist to spread the burden? Your local, reliable commercial roofing company can help you protect a business by performing diligent roof maintenance. (more…)
The Pantheon in Rome is one of the oldest buildings on earth, and it has a hole in its roof. It was designed to have a hole, and any rain infiltrating through the 25-foot hole is drained off the slightly slanted floor. No roof lasts forever, and in the Fort Lauderdale area, wind and weather wear down roofs very fast. Here are four tell-tale signs you need a new low-slope (flat) roof. (more…)
The experienced eye of a commercial roofer can spot small details in the largest commercial roof, details which could spell trouble. From small depressions in the surface indicating compressed insulation to oval holes for mechanical fasteners indicating stress movement (and possible water infiltration), a highly trained roofer can see past the large-scale storm damage. Their laser-like focus is one reason to trust a professional roofer instead of your facilities crew with storm cleanup. (more…)
You know you need it. You may not want it, but you know your business needs a new low-slope roof. Before you commit to such a huge capital investment, you want to know what is involved. Your reputation, as well as the structural integrity of your commercial property, ride on this decision.