Commercial roof maintenance for your business

As Oklahomans, we know severe storms aren’t a matter of if – it’s a matter of when. The roof is a commercial building’s first line of defense from natural hazards such as wind, rain, fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. It is also the most vulnerable part of your building.

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The danger of nail guns

You probably haven’t spent much time thinking about how your roof was installed. It’s shingles and nails, right? What’s complicated about that? Well, there’s a little more to it. If you’ve ever had a shingle fly off your roof after a storm, it could be because your installer used a nail gun instead of hand…

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Did you lose your roofer?

We’ve received an unusual increase in new clients this year. That should be a good thing, right? Well, a lot of calls are coming from real estate agents, contractors and new homeowners who lost their roofers. Storms in Oklahoma haven’t been as severe this year, so roofers have been leaving the state in search of better opportunities.

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Poor ventilation can ruin your roof

Even the most expensive, highest-quality roof in the world can be ruined when a roofer or home owner cuts corners on ventilation. It’s something that’s easy to overlook and ignore, especially when you’re not up in your attic or on top of your roof very often – if at all. The extra dollars you spend…

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A DIY Tip to Finding a Roof Leak

A roof leak can happen to even the best homes and should be handled immediately to reduce your risk of losing precious possessions and paying huge repair bills.  Sometimes leaks are easy to find and sometimes they are not.  Here is what you need to look for and a simple test to locate the pesky…

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Roofing In The Winter, Is That Possible?

Every year we hear from customers that they want to hurry up and have their roofing project done before winter or wait until the spring when the weather is warmer. Of course the customer can choose the best time for them to complete projects on their home but they don’t have to wait until spring.…

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