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3 Reasons why Simon Roofing’s Repair Warranty is better than the rest

Watch the video below to find out how Simon Roofing’s Repair Warranty is second to none! 3 Reasons Why Simon Roofing’s Repair Warranty is Better Than the Rest It covers both the repair made on the roof and leak coming through the ceiling. Roof leaks often travel so it’s important to identify and stop the […]

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The Naughty or Nice List: How well do you know the best practices for roof maintenance?

Test your knowledge with our interactive quiz about maintenance that either puts you on Santa’s naughty or nice list.

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April Showers Bring May Flowers. And Roof Leaks.

Water intrusion can quickly lead to damaged insulation, equipment and inventory inside a building. Roof leaks any time of the year can be frustrating, damaging, unsafe and costly to any facility. This is especially so in the springtime when rain showers are a common occurrence. Knowing what causes leaks can help you identify the problem and determine the best solution.

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7 Reasons for Choosing a Local-National Roofer

You want the resources and experience of a large-scale, national roofing company as well as the responsiveness and local commitment of one nearby. That’s why a local-national roofing company may be the formula for success for facility managers.

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Commercial Roof Maintenance Tips When Reopening for Business

Many facility managers are getting back on a roof maintenance schedule after having recently been closed or open with skeleton crews.  Even with so much these days being described as “the new normal”, some things haven’t changed a bit. For instance, proactive roof maintenance still offers many benefits.   Top Recommendations for Safe, Proactive Roof Maintenance If you’re looking for ways to extend the watertight life of your commercial roof:  Inspect from the inside-out. First […]

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6 ways that roofing materials can play a role in addressing ponding water

When properly designed, most roofs – even flat roofs – have enough slope to drain water after a rain or snow event. Add to that the fact that evaporation helps to dry up roofs as well. So, if you have water that remains on a roof 48 hours after a rain, you can be pretty sure you’ve got “ponding water” and all that comes with it.

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5 beyond obvious consequences of ponding water on your commercial roof

When properly designed, most roofs – even flat roofs – have enough slope to drain water after a rain or snow event. Add to that the fact that evaporation helps to dry up roofs as well. So, if you have water that remains on a roof 48 hours after a rain, you can be pretty sure you’ve got “ponding water” and all that comes with it.

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8 tips to prevent commercial roof leaks from hanging over your head

Roof leaks can be frustrating, damaging, unsafe and costly to any facility, especially when not resolved in a timely manner. Some common issues that cause commercial roof leaks include membrane failures, drains and gutter issues, ponding water, and flashings. Below are 8 tips to help prevent roof leaks from hanging over your head: Ensure your […]

7 Cringeworthy Anomalies That Can Severely Damage Your Metal Roof

Your metal roof might be out of sight on a daily basis for you, but don’t let it be out of mind. Ignoring what you might think is minor roof damage – or worse yet, undetected damage – can lead to major water intrusion issues down the road to not only to the roof itself, […]