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Behind The Scenes Of Coating Your Flat Roof

2019-10-04T17:22:59-05:00

Commercial properties usually have flat roofs. Flat roofs offer terrific business opportunities; diners love a rooftop restaurant and then there’s Mardi Gras. As a building owner or manager of a Florida commercial property, you take the bad with the good. Flat roofs have problems greater-sloped roofs don’t. […]

Behind The Scenes Of Coating Your Flat Roof2019-10-04T17:22:59-05:00

What To Do When Ponding Attacks Your Flat Roof

2019-10-07T14:08:00-05:00

A quality flat roof installed and maintained by experienced, knowledgable professionals should last your Tampa-area home for many years. But like any roofing, it’s susceptible to specific issues – such as ponding – because of storms and heavy rain. In turn, ponding can damage and shorten the lifespan of the roof. […]

What To Do When Ponding Attacks Your Flat Roof2019-10-07T14:08:00-05:00

How To Make Sure Your Flat Roof Restoration Quote is Fair

2019-08-15T10:09:43-05:00

A flat roof is an invitation to the powers of nature. It signals your willingness to subject the roof to rain, wind, harsh sunlight, and the damaging effects of hurricanes. Low-slope (flat) roofs do not shed water well unless they are maintained or restored well. Flat roof restoration is an economical answer to whole roof [...]

How To Make Sure Your Flat Roof Restoration Quote is Fair2019-08-15T10:09:43-05:00

When is the Best Time for your Flat Roof Restoration?

2019-07-16T12:23:06-05:00

Restoring a low-slope (flat) roof to superb condition offers many benefits, especially to business owners whose buildings bake in the Florida sun. With a high-quality flat roof restoration, nearly every building manager sees savings in energy consumption, a more comfortable work environment inside, and a longer-lasting roof.   […]

When is the Best Time for your Flat Roof Restoration?2019-07-16T12:23:06-05:00

3 Risky Mistakes in Flat Roof Restoration

2019-07-12T15:05:31-05:00

Your commercial roof is too valuable an asset to risk. Avoid these three mistakes in low-slope (flat) roof restoration to preserve your roof, safeguard your capital, and keep your business thriving.  […]

3 Risky Mistakes in Flat Roof Restoration2019-07-12T15:05:31-05:00

What You Need to Know about Flat Roof Restoration

2019-06-12T11:10:34-05:00

Flat roof (low-slope roof) restoration is not identical to maintenance. To maintain a flat roof, you enlist your trusted, local roofer for annual inspection and spot repair. To restore a flat roof, you revitalize it, you scrupulously examine it, you strategize a program to bring back years of useful life. […]

What You Need to Know about Flat Roof Restoration2019-06-12T11:10:34-05:00

Roof Recovered Offset Not Correct

2014-02-04T12:24:25-05:00

Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is not a waterproofing material. When installed correctly, with a heavy waterproof coating and a slight pitch, it does "shed" water. However, SPF foam has millions of small holes called air pockets created at the time of installation. These holes give SPF its insulating properties. As the coating breaks down and [...]

Roof Recovered Offset Not Correct2014-02-04T12:24:25-05:00

Flashing Seams Separating

2013-11-25T10:51:39-05:00

Flashing seams must be overlapped correctly and an adequate amount of sealant placed in between the overlap area to ensure proper waterproofing at the ell flashing transition area. Here we found all flashing seams were separating and in need of additional sealant. The correct way to repair this area is to replace the flashing with [...]

Flashing Seams Separating2013-11-25T10:51:39-05:00

Roof Boot Flange

2014-01-15T14:46:25-05:00

As with all rooftop objects it is important that proper water flow and installation are considered. Flashing that is not layered correctly and sealant applied in the right junction areas allow water seepage. The boot flange was not installed correctly with the proper overlap procedure. Sealant has done a good job covering up the installation [...]

Roof Boot Flange2014-01-15T14:46:25-05:00

No Sealant at Flashings

2014-04-14T14:08:06-05:00

Although flashings bridge transitions in the roof, when not sealed properly they are ineffective. Flashing is designed to turn corners and breaks in a roof, which tend to have more movement than other areas. If not sealed properly, these flashings do little to stop water from entering the roof system. This is allowing water to [...]

No Sealant at Flashings2014-04-14T14:08:06-05:00