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What Does Hail Damage Look Like On A Roof?

Sep 15, 2021

Hail Storm Last Night? Signs to Look Out For Roof Damage The morning after a hail storm is crucial. You never know how much it has hit and caused damage to your property. You must be wondering, what does hail damage look like on a roof? We’re here with answers. Hail damage often lessens the […]

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A Step By Step Guide To Commercial Roof Inspection

Aug 30, 2021

You need to call someone for a commercial roof inspection if you find something wrong with your roof. Perhaps there is water dripping from the roof onto the ground, or perhaps there are cracks in the surface. There are two parts of the inspection: The Physical Inspection. The Inspection Report. Internal Inspection The contractor will […]

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Types Of Commercial Roofs: A Guide To Commercial Roof Installation

Aug 15, 2021

There are a lot of options in commercial roofing systems. Therefore it is always important to speak to someone who is an expert at commercial roof installation. Built-up Roofs: They mostly consist of stones and gravel. They last for twenty to thirty years and are low maintenance. Their biggest advantage is that it provides protection […]

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Cellulose Insulation! Here Are Certain Things You Should Know

Jul 30, 2021

Cellulose insulation can fit any enclosed space with ease, primarily because it is thick and dense. You can regard Cellulose insulation as an eco-friendly option. This is because it is usually made up of paper, or cardboard, or other recycled products. There are two ways to fill the cellulose insulation into the wall or other […]

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If You Want To Insulate your Garage Door Here Is What You Need To Do

Jul 15, 2021

If you want to reduce your energy bills and protect your garage from harsh temperatures, then all you need is to insulate your garage door. Here we will explain to you some simple ways on how you can insulate your garage door. All you will need is a DIY garage door insulation kit. The first […]

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Types Of Insulation: Here is All You Need To Know

Jun 30, 2021

While we discussed the first two out of four types of insulation in the previous blog, we will discuss the remaining two types in this blog. Blown-In Insulation: Blown insulation mainly consists of fiberglass and cellulose. It is the least expensive type of insulation and is excellent for all sorts of retrofit situations. One of […]

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Some common pros of single ply roofing membrane

May 15, 2021

Single-Ply Membranes are rubber and other plastic sheets that can be chemically adhered to insulation to add a layer of protection to your commercial building. You can easily mount ply membrane roofing materials directly on a roofing substrate having certification. This will significantly reduce construction time, material costs and make installation much more uncomplicated. Single-ply […]

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More About Low Slope Roofing Systems

Apr 30, 2021

When deciding on flat roofing systems, there are many options that must be considered. Most commercial buildings have a low slope or flat roof structures. Unlike the roofs of residential roofs, commercial ones have steeped sloped due to reasons such as: Initial Construction Cost Building a sloped roof on a commercial building would be very […]

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How To Get The Best Commercial Roof This Spring?

Apr 15, 2021

Winter months can cause you to consider your building’s structural integrity, as well as the impact that cold temperatures, snow, and rain can have on it. Now that spring has started in many parts of the US; it is time to de-winterize your commercial roof and prepare it for the upcoming season. Advanced Construction and […]

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