Flat roofs on commercial buildings have many benefits, and if properly maintained can last even up to 50 years. There are many different types of flat roofs that have been used in the last few decades; typically, the three membrane types...Read more
Summer is Here!
Do you have a flat roof? If so, you may have an issue with ponding water accumulating on it, especially if you’ve had a considerable amount of rainfall lately. Unfortunately, flat roofs don’t drain as well as slanted roofs do. Ponding water on a...Read more
5 Roofer Tools And Why Roofers Should Always Have Them
Roofers who repair flat roofs sometimes need special “roofer tools” that slightly differ from what regular roofers typically use on the job. Some of those tools are essential to prevent downtime in having to go back and retrieve...Read more
How To Identify Flat Roof Low Areas
When the weather dries up and you’re ready to begin work on that roof issue, locating the low spots can be tough. Of course, working in the rain on a roof is too, so it is important to know what areas may be problems and repair them before...Read more