Asphalt shingles in commercial roofing systems are rare but they are not unheard of. Many commercial properties and buildings prefer flat roofing membranes as these are better suited for their type of construction. In some cases, however, the architecture itself calls for a sloped roof and this is where asphalt shingles shine the best.
Unlike a residential roof, a commercial roofing system is a bit more difficult to care for due to their sheer size and lack of slope. Therefore, it’s understandable if building owners are doing everything they can to prolong the life of their current roof. One of the methods that often used by building owners to accomplish this is to add roof coatings to the roof.
Here are the reasons why you should add roof coatings to your commercial roof.
It’s easy to overlook your commercial roofing system until you notice water stains on your interior walls and ceiling. Preventing further damage through prompt repairs helps ensure continuous operations inside your business establishment.
Installing new gutters in your home is always a good investment. Not only will you be able to prevent moisture damage throughout your home but it can also help you increase your home’s overall value. Unfortunately, some homeowners tend to put off gutter replacement projects as they fear they may not have sufficient funds to get it done.
In this article, the residential and commercial roofing professionals of Fortenberry Roofing tell you what your gutter material options are for every budget.
Unlike the houses in most neighborhoods, commercial buildings typically have flat roofs. While this may seem like an aesthetic choice, the truth is that the lack of pitch provides several important benefits. Fortenberry Roofing Co. explains why your commercial roofing contractor is very likely to install a flat roof on a business building.