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At Red River Roofing, we often talk about annual roof inspections, especially when concerning commercial properties. But we aren't the only ones that stress the importance. This article by Travelers Insurance, discusses how to best service your commercial roof with a through commercial roof inspection plan. The best plans should always be conducted by someone trained in the science of proper drainage and maintenance on your type of roof material. Inspections are most often required to maintain the roof warranty only with proper documentation. Call Red River Roofing to discuss our roof maintenance packages and to schedule your free consultation.Read More . . .
Storm season is fast approaching on the backs of the recent high winds and wildfires in Oklahoma. It’s no surprise that emergency calls for commercial roofing repairs tend to be on the rise between April and June. So with heavy winds, damaging hail, strong downpours and perhaps even some tornadoes in the forecast, how will your commercial roof – and its warranty – stand up? Read More . . .
Is your commercial roof ready for winter? Power loss, cold temperatures, snow, wind, ice, and a host of other potential problems need to be considered and addressed now to ensure your facility will run safe and smooth through the winter season. Don’t underestimate the importance of correcting defects and winterizing before the snow flies. No matter what the season, your roof should be well maintained, but be prepared of the risks that cold weather brings. Read More . . .
Oklahoma facility managers are forever under pressure to reduce operating and maintenance expenses. It’s the old admonition “Do more with less.” In practice, though, it almost always reverts to “Do less with less.” Cuts are made in short-term spending to meet budget cuts, often without serious consideration as to the long-term impact of those cuts. Read More . . .
Contractors are careful on the roof, but accidents can happen. Heavy, sharp tools can get dropped. Stones, loose screws, or gravel can get stepped on and driven into the membrane. These things can happen during roof installation or when air-handling equipment, etc., gets installed or is worked on during routine maintenance. Some of these accidents can result in a puncture of the roof membrane. GAF set out to compare the two popular heat-weldable membranes, TPO and PVC, together with a range of substrates. So, which roofing materials will give you less worry about punctures? GAF’s research uncovered the answers. Read More . . .
Spring is upon us and with that, so is the rain. As a facilities or property manager, do you often worry about how much your existing roof can handle? What if we were to tell you that there is a way to know when a roof leak on your commercial roof system was about to occur before it even happens. What if we could prove it by a state-of-the-art advanced warning system triggered by a pressure change on your roof structure? Sounds pretty amazing, right? What is amazing is the 8” yellow disc adhered to your roof system to monitor the changes in pressure. This disc is called Roof Monitor™ and Red River Roofing is the only authorized installer in Oklahoma to supply this innovative product. Read More . . .
As a property manager of a flat roof system, one of the many concerns hanging over your head (literally) is the threat of a leak or roof damage. Restorative coatings can give you the peace of mind in knowing that your roof system will be efficiently protected for years to come. Coatings often avoid the costly hassle of roof replacement by providing additional protection and a decrease in energy costs. The array of available coating options have tripled over the past 25 years. With the advancement in products, the choices have become more complicated. Here is a closer look at the four most popular coating options. Read More . . .