Blogs related to roof installations and roof replacements.

1 Simple Way to Reduce Roof Installation Costs

One of the biggest hurdles I find when working with my clients on roof replacement options is the cost. Followed closely behind that is the desire for a quality product. Like anything else you purchase, nobody wants to pay more than they absolutely have to while still receiving a high quality product.

Typical Roof Warranty Coverage Explained

Fully understanding a typical roof warranty can help you get the most out of your coverage. Most building owners or facility managers tend to focus on just the length of the warranty and never fully understand the ins and outs of what is and what is not covered leaving you open to some surprises later down the road. In this blog we answer the most frequently asked questions regarding typical roof warranties.

Weighing in on Ballasted Roof Systems: Costly Issues You Need to Understand

When you are considering a new roof a ballasted roof system can seem like a good way to save money on the install but there are costly disadvantages to this sort of system. Repairs can present certain challenges and your roof has to be protected from what's holding it down in the first place. What can be even worse is when the ballast is removed from an area and not replaced. Check out our article and video on ballasted roof systems before you find yourself between a rock and a roof leak.

PVC – The Other White Sheet

PVC roofing membrane isn’t actually all that new. It’s actually been around since the mid 1960s. So why haven’t I heard of PVC in roofing you ask? Great question! PVC, utilized heavily in roofing in Europe for years, is not as well known in the United States which comes down to a lack of product education to the consumer. There are a lot of great benefits that go along with installing PVC roof materials for your next roofing project. Learn more about the benefits of PVC roofing materials.

Simulated Metal Roof for Hospital is Prescription for Success

Grand View Hospital was initially interested in installing a standing seam metal roof to match the look of the adjacent building. After discussing the project with representatives from Sika Sarnafil and Jurin Roofing Services, they found that the Décor product line could not only mimic the look of the standing seam but also give them the price point and performance they were looking for.