Most asphalt shingle roofs last for 15 years. If you’re lucky, you’ll have a roof that can last as long as 20 years, and even 25 are not unheard of. But it remains a fact of life that for every season change and every year that passes, your roof gets weaker and weaker, until it’s time to replace it completely.[Read more…]
In many cases, commercial roofing has unique and individual specifications that makes it stand wear and tear better than others. One of the best all-around commercial roofs, however, is modified bitumen. A close cousin of the asphalt roof—bitumen is, in fact, the binder that holds asphalt together—a modified bitumen roof consists of up to five layers, which affords commercial roofs more protection from whatever nature throws its way.[Read more…]
According to roofing experts, whenever property owners have to replace their commercial roofing systems, some tend to think that there’s only one kind of roofing membrane available on the market. However, believe it or not, there are actually plenty of roofing membranes for you to consider and each of them are categorized into two different kinds: single-ply and asphalt-based.[Read more…]
Roof blisters typically occur when the roof loses its adhesion. They usually result in raised areas that look like bubbles on the roof’s surface. These bubbles can later on be filled with air or water and grow larger in size, especially when they are left untreated.