Your commercial property needs to be protected by a quality roofing system that can stave off the elements for the years to come. This is why property owners go through great lengths and strides to ensure that their roof is always in great condition. Fortunately, this can be easily done as long as you have a proactive mindset. . . .
When it’s finally time to get a new roof, there are a few things you need to prepare to ensure its success. To help you out, our roofing and storm damage repair team at De Palma Construction has put together a list on what you need to do: . . .
When your roof has leaks, you won’t think twice on getting it fixed to avoid water damage. But even without a roof leak, your inner roofing structure is still susceptible to mold and rot if not maintained properly. Expert storm damage repair contractor De Palma Construction explains what you need to know: . . .
A building is considered resilient if it is capable of surviving extreme weather events while remaining a habitable space even without power for a short period up until electricity comes back on. One essential component of this resilience is the roofing system. Just imagine if your roof gets easily damaged or blown off during a storm, your home will likely become uninhabitable; your building will be unusable. . . .
When installing or replacing commercial roofing, among the things that you should check are the warranties that come with the new roof. Commercial roof warranties are essential because they guarantee that the roof will perform accordingly for the stated period. . . .
When you’ve recently had your residential roofing done recently, then there shouldn’t be anything to worry about so long as they’ve done it professionally and efficiently. However, there are some cases where roof repairs didn’t solve the issue immediately, which can mean several things such as having more roofing problems that were not easily spotted. In your case, if leaks are still present despite getting it resolved professionally, here are a couple of possibilities why:Water Traveled . . .