Depending on the condition of your roof heading into the last winter season, it’s likely to have taken a beating. Whether it’s been exposed to plummeting temperatures, piles of snow, or damage from water and ice, it’s time to take a closer look at how your roof survived the winter. For homeowners and business owners taking stock of their property and doing spring cleaning and repairs, it’s important that you don’t forget your roof in the process. Here’s a quick checklist that we recommend our customers use to identify any problems and develop a plan for repairs. Get a profession
With spring quickly approaching, many homeowners are beginning to think about making home improvements, landscaping changes, and undertaking full renovations. One of the most popular warm weather projects is tackling any lingering roof issues. Sometimes these involve simple repairs, but in many cases homeowners are facing old roofs that need to be completely redone. If you’re contemplating re-roofing your home this spring, here’s a closer look at what you can expect and what you can do now to simplify the process. Partner with the right roofing professionals If one factor determines
If memories of your childhood winters evoke images of icicles dangling from your roof, you’re not alone. There’s something about ice and winter light that’s one of the season’s most beautiful sights. But this seemingly harmless image – ice on a roof– can be indicative of a serious problem affecting residential and commercial properties during the snowy winter months. Ice dams that form on roofs can cause significant damage to the roof structure, the building at large, and represent a safety hazard to passersby. Here’s what you need to know about preventing ice dams this winter.
During the snowy winter months, business owners face numerous challenges. Commercial snow removal doesn’t need to be one of them. Regular snow removal ensures that your business will be open during regular hours regardless of the weather. It also minimizes the chances of customers and employees having an accident on the premises. One slip and fall on an icy sidewalk or car accident in an uncleared parking lot can cost your business tens of thousands of dollars. You may be tempted to handle snow removal yourself or have your employees do it, but we don’t recommend it. Here’s a closer lo
Business owners and facilities managers already have demanding jobs. Anything can go wrong with the properties you oversee, and you’re never really off duty. But the winter especially brings specific challenges for professionals that manage commercial properties. From winterizing your buildings to real-time snow and ice management, winter storm planning is serious business. One important piece of your winter property management strategy is hiring a commercial roofing snow removal service. Before you go out and make a hire, here are three questions to ask that’ll help you make the best choi