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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 . . .
Roofs are designed to protect against the weather, but the wind, rain and hail that often accompany a storm can cause damage. It's also important to remember that not all storm damage is obvious and that hidden damage can cause problems weeks or even months after a storm. To be sure you don't have hidden damage, have your roof inspected by a contractor you can trust to provide an honest assessment. Below is a few common weather events in Oklahoma that can cause damage to your roof. 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 . . .
Can replacing your roof increase the value of your home? Done correctly...YES! Read More . . .
Modified bitumen has become a conventional alternative to built-up roof systems. There are two primary types of modified bitumen systems: atactic polypropylene (APP) and styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS or SEBS). They can often be applied in a variety of ways such as torch applied, set in hot asphalt, set in cold adhesive and self-adhering systems. Each method comes with its own set of possible issues. Modified materials also have inherent characteristics that require proper maintenance over their service life.
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