Like many commercial building owners, you’re probably considering purchasing a metal roof because of their low level of upkeep required, extra-long lifespan, and tremendous durability.
Here at Unlimited Commercial Roofing, we offer high-performance roofing restoration solutions through our unique partnership with Conklin Roofing Systems. We only recommend Conklin’s metal roofing restoration solutions because they have proven to be the best—providing guaranteed leak-free performance backed by industry-leading warranties.
If the time has come and you’re considering replacing your current metal roofing—be sure to do your research. It’s essential to carefully consider the pros and cons of metal versus other more conventional roofing materials. And today’s blog post lays out the various benefits and disadvantages of metal roofing for you to consider.
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There are a lot of systems out there for restoring your commercial flat roof to waterproof status, including liquid waterproofing membranes (aka membrane coatings), spray-applied polyurethane/SPF roofing solutions, and single-ply membranes installed over an existing roof.
Here at Unlimited Commercial Roofing, we offer all of these flat roof waterproofing systems through our unique partnership with Conklin Roofing Systems. We only recommend Conklin’s flat roof restoration solutions because they have proven to be the best.
Which one will help bring your commercial building’s aging flat roof back to life? Well, that depends on what original material your flat roof is made from. And today’s blog post lays out your options.
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While it’s true that spray polyurethane foam roofing (SPF) is an incredibly durable commercial roofing material and can significantly cut your energy bills, SPF roofs can develop problems over time just like any other flat or low-slope roofing type.
The good news is that SPF roofing can easily be refreshed and repaired with additional layers of SPF foam or a re-application of the white, reflective topcoat.
But, how do you know when it’s time to repair your commercial building’s SPF roof? And what are the steps that commercial building owners and managers should take to address roof problems?
Today’s blog post answers these big questions about SPF roofing with advice about problems to look out for and the best way you can respond to ensure your SPF commercial roof’s long service life.
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A little while ago, we shared a post here on the blog looking at some of the different metal types that may make up your commercial building’s metal roof. Aluminum, steel, and zinc are the most common metals used for commercial metal roofing, but that’s only part of the story. How your commercial metal roof is constructed also matters. If you have a more steeply pitched standing seam metal roof—as opposed to a typical low slope metal roof with exposed fasteners—you need to think a little differently about how you maintain it over time.
The good news is that standing seam metal roofs are incredibly durable. However, they could potentially represent higher costs for building owners both initially and throughout the roof’s long life. Here are the basics of what you should know about standing seam metal roofing in commercial applications.
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Single-ply membrane roofing materials are common today in flat or low-slope commercial roofing systems on buildings like warehouses, distribution centers, retail outlets, and even restaurants. These commercial roofing materials include thermoplastic PVC and TPO, as well as thermoset EPDM rubber, which all offer a multitude of protective benefits for your commercial building. A long commercial roof lifespan is certainly among single-ply membranes’ advantages, no matter which material option you choose.
Of course, building owners and managers can optimize their commercial roof’s lifespan and ensure that they’re getting the best possible performance from their single-ply membrane roofing. Today’s blog post covers a few tips about things you can do to protect your commercial roofing investment over time.
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While commercial roof restoration is often a better, more economical option than a total tear-off and replacement project for your building, there are situations when installing a brand new roof may be preferable. And, that opens the door to a lot of decision-making to ensure you choose the best flat or low slope roof system and roofing materials.
Indeed, when you’re looking to completely replace your commercial building’s roof, there are many very different material choices to consider, including asphalt roofing and single-ply membranes.
Today’s infographic focuses the spotlight on Modified Bitumen (MB or “Mod Bit”) roofing versus the thermoplastic single-ply membrane roofing material TPO (and its close cousin PVC). Which should you choose?
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No commercial property owner wants
the news that their metal commercial roof needs replacing. But what if we told
you that roof replacement wasn’t your only option? Inspecting
your roof twice a year for any warning signs of damage can help prevent
total roof tear-offs and replacements. This blog post will discuss the six most
common signs that your metal
roofing system needs repair before it’s too late.
At Unlimited Commercial Roofing,
we specialize in repairing aging metal commercial roof systems. Instead of a
complete roof tear-off and replacement, we use a
proven commercial metal roof restoration system to repair several types of
roofing. If you find any damaged areas after looking for these six signs, contact us for a free
on-site roof inspection.
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When it comes to choosing a roofing system for your commercial
building there are lots of factors to consider, including roofing materials,
projected lifespan, and initial installation cost. However, one of the biggest
considerations should be how your new roof will impact your energy costs over
According to Energy.gov, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning account for 35% of a building’s total energy use. That means an energy-efficient roof could spell significant savings in both the short and long-term.
One commercial roofing system that has proven to be
particularly energy-efficient is spray
foam roofing (SPF). Let’s take a look at the factors that make SPF roofing
an excellent choice for lowering your building’s energy bills.
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Commercial roofing contractors are not all the same, and
knowing what questions to ask before hiring a contractor can help you avoid a
bad experience. These ten essential questions will help you understand whether
a commercial roofing contractor can handle your project. Learn how to know if
they have the proper licensing, if they have the right process to match your
needs, and more.
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Commercial flat roof repair is an expense many property
owners, business owners, and building managers wish to avoid. However, with
regular maintenance and expert
roofing support, your commercial building’s roofing system can last for
many years. This blog post discusses the steps involved in making minor flat
roof repairs and can help you decide when it is time to call a professional
Here at Unlimited Commercial Roofing, we always recommend scheduling a free
on-site roof inspection with one of our experts if you notice any ongoing
issues. Our experts can discuss the best roofing options—including restoration,
repairs, and roof membrane coatings—that are cost-effective and efficient.
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