No matter the climate, location, or building type, if your roof is a of shingle, flat, or metal rooftop, then it will require some form of maintenance. While some will likely require more than others, routine maintenance and checkups are highly encouraged to elongate your roof's lifespan, regardless of material type. This blog aims to provide some helpful tips that any home or business owner can utilize when maintaining their roof!
The Rhinobond has become popular because of its value to building owners offering them the performance and longevity of traditional glue down roof but with all the cost savings of a screw down or mechanically attached roof.
Many building owners are surprised and optimistic when they find out about how their existing roof could be recovered with a PVC membrane saving the cost and mess of tearing off the old roof. The substantial cost savings of recovering your existing roof with a PVC membrane as opposed to tearing the old roof off and replacing it is enough for even the most skeptical building owners to give it a second look.
Advances in flat roofing technology have let building owners with more choices than ever when deciding which flat roof repair option is right for their building. The development of fabric re-enforced roofing membranes have allowed for an attachment method that eliminates the need to glue down or fully adhere rubberized roofing membranes. The more advanced and stronger way flat roofing membranes can be installed is by using an attachment method that is called mechanically attached meaning to be screwed down.
Finding the right flat roof repair option for your building to stop leaks and stay in budget will require some thought, some good advice from knowledgeable roofers, and some investigation as to what your best route might be . So the next time you're moving equipment, inventory or personal around roofs leak or hanging tarps inside to re-direct the drips, consider these three flat roof repair options.
Flat Roof Repairs are usually not cheap but with a little help to know how it doesn't have to be a budget busting event, and the best part is you won't have to sacrifice quality or cut corners to save.
Blistering and alligatoring are two problems that are common among membrane roofing systems. Alligatoring is a crazed cracking pattern in the roof’s surfacing. It looks a lot like alligator skin, which is where the name comes from. Blistering is a different phenomenon in which bubbles form underneath the roof’s membrane. Blistering sometimes results in cracks, but unlike alligatoring, the cracks caused by blisters are usually follow the length of the blister rather than forming a pattern.
Duro-Last roofing is sold and installed by a certified network of Commercial Roofing Companies across the United States. Duro-Last roofing is installed on new construction projects but has become know as predominately a re-roofing product because of it’s ability to be installed overtop of other types of flat roofing systems. Roofing contractors can glue down (fully adhered) the Duro-Last membrane or screw it down (mechanically attached) with screws and plates. But is most often installed mechanically attached.