1. 5 Tips for Preparing Your Commercial Roof for the Spring

    For any business owner, the seasons are an important thing to consider for business operations. Whether it’s your heating bill or the willingness of customers to visit your location in the winter, or your air conditioning bill and the popularity of your service during the summer, all businesses are seasonal to some extent. The winter months might make you consider the st…Read More

  2. Signs Your Business Needs Commercial Roof Replacement

    Commercial roofing is essential for keeping your business safe from the elements. When properly cared for and maintained, commercial roofing materials will remain durable and last for years to come. But, eventually, there will come a time when the roofing materials begin to deteriorate or become damaged past the point of repair. For business owners and facility managers, t…Read More

  3. What to Expect During A Commercial Roofing Inspection

    As much as we hate to admit it, the winter season is right around the corner. The upcoming fall season is an important time for property managers to make sure that their commercial roofing system will stand up to the upcoming conditions. Winter weather can take a toll on a commercial roofing system, causing bothersome problems for business owners and facility managers. Bec…Read More

  4. The Importance of Commercial Roof Maintenance

    Just as regular home maintenance is vital to the integrity of a home, maintaining a commercial space is essential to the success of a business. Maintaining any party of a structure is one of the main duties of a facility manager, but regular roof maintenance is especially critical to ensure the total integrity of the building. Each day, commercial roofs are exposed to weat…Read More

  5. Nor’easter: Wreaking Havoc On Your Commercial Roof

    Another nor’easter is back in New Jersey… for the third time in the last two weeks. It is almost like the residents of New Jersey just can't catch a break. As soon as one nor’easter subsides and things begin to seem like they are calming down, another shows up, just before we can fully relax. So we know that a nor’easter is cold, windy, and snowy, but what causes i…Read More

  6. The 5 W’s: Everything You Should Know About Commercial Roofing (Part Two)

    Well, welcome to Part Two and the final blog of our two-part series about all the things you should know about commercial roofing. In our previous blog, we learned about who can complete a commercial roofing project as well as the different types of materials used for commercial roofing. We also established that a roof is more than just a roof, and there are different spec…Read More

  7. The 5 W’s: Everything You Should Know About Commercial Roofing (Part One)

    A roof is a roof, right? The same materials and work that go into building the roof on your home are the same that go into building a commercial building… right? Nope. But don’t worry, this is a common misconception. There are roofing specialists in both residential and commercial roofing, as different materials and designs are used for each project. The roofing indust…Read More

  8. It’s the Bomb Cyclone of Death – To Your Commercial Roof

    It's back to work for most of us after the nice, extended holiday. Of course what did we come back to? The most epic super duper cyclone ever to make its presence known in New Jersey. OK, so technically it is called a “Bomb Cyclone” and that is even more awesome! All jokes aside, this has been a pretty serious storm for most of the east coast. I mean, there are literal…Read More

  9. Winter Commercial Roof Considerations (Part 2)

    Previously we discussed the damage that winter can do to your roof. When you look out the window and see gently falling snow, the last thing on your mind is probably your commercial roof. Snow is magical and who doesn't wish for a white Christmas. It lends the landscape to a wonderland of soft edges, swirling wisps of powder and the sunlight glinting off of it surface like…Read More

  10. Wildlife Damage to Your Roof

    Since long before the time the Delaware Indians planted their first crop of squash, the New Jersey forests have been filled with a multitude of critters. Animals like squirrels, raccoons, opossum, and even bears were a food source for Native Americans and settlers alike. These days, with urban areas almost outnumbering the wildlands, these animals have moved, quite comfort…Read More