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Hail Damage and your Metal Roof

The Insurance Information Institute reports that, in 2019, the United States experienced 5,392 hail events with hailstones of one inch in diameter or larger. Those storms impacted millions of properties. Some may assume that your commercial metal roof is just fine, and that any dents from hail are merely cosmetic issues. This may be true,…
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Beware! How to Detect Fraudulent Roofers After a Storm

Following a disastrous storm, many roofs scams spring up in order to exploit desperate building owners who are looking to get their roofs fixed ASAP. There have been numerous cases of roofing scams that take place, especially after a severe storm. Storm chasers are organizations that visit areas that have been seriously affected by the…
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The Best Commercial Roofing System for Hail Prone Areas

Hail can bring along a great deal of damage. Hail storms are able to produce hailstones that are about 6 inches in diameter, and they fall ruthlessly from the sky without any sympathy for your roof. The bigger a hailstone, the faster it will fall, and also the more damage it will cause to your…
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How Long Will it Take to Repair My Storm Damaged Roof?

Even though roof repairs and replacements are crucial for protecting your property, work on your roof can lead to some disruption to your daily routine. For that reason, it is no surprise that building owners are often worried about the length of time that their roof repairs will take after a storm. The answer to…
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Common Causes of Roof Leaks in Commercial Buildings

Roof leaks can result in significant damage to a building if the fundamental cause is left unattended. Since water is capable of traveling outward from the spot where a leak takes place, it might be difficult to put a finger on the actual cause. Check your commercial roof for the following most common causes of leaks to stop…
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Busting the Biggest Metal Roof Replacement Myth

There are several reasons why metal roofing is the best option for commercial buildings. Metal roofs can last for up to a century, are extremely eco-friendly and don’t get as hot as asphalt roofing. What is more, metal roofing is affordable, can reduce summer energy costs by up to 40% and reduces winter costs by…
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