While commercial buildings’ roofs appear to be flat, they actually have a slope, typically a 1:12 or 2:12 pitch. A roof cannot be completely flat because it needs to be able to shed water following a rainstorm. This is why your commercial roof’s drainage system is so important for keeping your building watertight.
It’s that time of year again – time to start thinking about fall maintenance for your commercial roof. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the key things you need to do to keep your roof in tip-top shape as the weather starts to turn.
One of the most important things you can do for your roof during the fall months is to have it inspected by a professional. This will allow you to catch any problems early and get them fixed before they have a chance to do any real damage.
The Most Valuable Player Award is a national recognition that honors workers who are outstanding employees within their companies.
Texas Traditions Roofing, a family owned, residential and commercial roofing company serving Central Texas, announced that team member Brooks Flynn was named a finalist in the Roofing Alliance 2021-2022 Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards Program.
Properly designed commercial roofs always feature efficient drainage systems that quickly move water from the roof surface into drains or gutters. Ideally, a commercial building’s roof drains water off the roof entirely within 24 hours.
As a business owner, you have several types of roofing materials to choose from, and each option offers unique advantages. Since a commercial roof replacement is a considerable investment, it’s essential to know the differences between these materials before deciding on the right choice for you. Continue reading “What Commercial Roof Covering Types Can You Get For Your Building?”