What commercial property owner has ever complained of not having enough to fill a work day? Monitoring your commercial roof is always a priority, since it protects the rest of your business. You have a responsibility to keep your employees and customers healthy, shield your equipment and inventory from poor air conditions, and preserve the …
Insulation in commercial roofs contributes to the energy efficiency and proper drainage of your company’s facilities. Very often, the insulation must be shaped to provide the vital low-slope pitch needed for speedy drainage. Choose a roofer who knows commercial roofing and you will be sure your commercial insulation is done correctly.
Alabama’s last significant snowfall was “The Storm of the Century” in 1993. Most Alabamans do not fear major flurries. No, Alabama’s climate mostly revolves around hurricanes, humidity, and water. Lots and lots of water. With the planet’s climate changing and becoming warmer and wetter, all that water affects your commercial property’s roof.
The long-lasting relationship you develop with a commercial roofer must revolve around your company’s roof, your needs, and your concerns. The roofer you team up with must have industry expertise, the right equipment, and highly trained crews — those are givens. Yet what else must your commercial roofer know?