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Commercial Roofs and Ponding Water

If you own a building, you have a roof you need to maintain. One of the most common issues with commercial roofs is ponding water. Depending on the condition of your roof, and the materials used to construct or restore it, ponding water may or may not be an issue. If you notice ponding water on your regular roof inspections, but not sure if it’s a problem, contact a commercial roofing company for a free inspection. They’ll be able to quickly assess the seriousness of the ponding and may even provide a quick fix if it’s necessary. What is Ponding Water? Ponding water is kind of how it sounds. As rain falls and snow melts on a flat roofing system, roofs with poor drainage tend to gather standing water. Unless…

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Winter Commercial Roof Maintenance

The last thing you probably want to do in the dead of winter is climb on your building’s roof and do maintenance. It’s cold, windy, and possibly icy up there. But you need to do it. Your roof needs year-round attention to maximize its lifespan. Commercial roofs in Omaha can sustain a lot of wear and damage during the winter months due to weather and neglect. Keeping a regular maintenance schedule makes each trip to your roof easier than if you only go up there once a year or when things go wrong. Let’s take a look at some things to keep in mind when you’re maintaining your commercial roof over the winter months. Establish a Preventative Maintenance Program The first step to good commercial roof maintenance is setting up…

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Free Commercial Roof Inspection Process

The first step to getting your commercial roof restored starts with us generating a free quote. First, we do a free roof inspection. As commercial roofers in Omaha we’ve inspected hundreds of roofs and can efficiently identify damaged, weak, and soon to fail areas. The process is thorough and gives you a clear picture of your roof’s condition and outlines any trouble areas that need to be addressed. We don’t just look for storm damage, we check your entire roof for signs of general wear and tear and other problem areas that are easy to overlook if you’re not spending every day on a roof – like us.  How Often Should My Roof Be Inspected? If there have been significant hail storms in the area and you see or suspect…