Midwest Roofing, Siding and Windows Blog
Commercial roofing contractors can use technical terminologies which new building owners and managers may not be familiar with. A reputable roofer should help you understand the industry jargon they use when issuing roofing inspection reports or cost estimates.
An industrial roof gets no respect. Most facilities managers are too busy with other, eye-level issues to spend time worrying about their industrial roof. Until, of course, a leak threatens to ruin inventory or equipment. Industrial roof maintenance is the sure path to avoiding leaks. […]
Flat roofs face a different set of challenges than sloped roofs. And while there are significant advantages to flat roofs on commercial buildings—lower cost, easier access, more efficient use of space—they are no less vulnerable to leaks.
Having a commercial roof in good condition is an essential part of protecting your building’s interior. When it’s time to pick a new one, what is the best commercial roofing material? Keep the following in mind while weighing your options for a new commercial roof. […]
Here in Minnesota, commercial roofs take a lot of punishment. Scorching heat in summer, frigid cold and heavy snowfall in winter—it’s a lot for any roof to handle. A quality commercial roof can last 40 years or more, but it requires diligent maintenance and care to stay healthy for it’s full lifetime. […]
You might not think about the condition of your windows very often, but they are an important part of the exterior of your home. Replacing old windows will improve your home dramatically. These advantages will make you glad you did. […]
Siding is one of the most important elements of your home’s exterior. It protects your home from harmful weather elements such as rain, snow, and harsh winds. Depending on your location, the siding could also play a vital role in your home’s security. […]
There is an internet chart that shows chances of snowstorms for Minneapolis, 2019-2020. Beginning in December 2019, there is a possibility of a snowstorm every day through February 2020. Last year we got 71″. […]
You made an unwritten promise to your family to keep their home warm, dry, and cozy. A leaky roof shatters that promise. You feel helpless: mold and mildew begin to produce their distinct, unpleasant smells. Possessions and family heirlooms become heavy with moisture. Your children’s health suffers. Avoiding the agony of a leaky roof begins with knowing what causes leaks, and moves on to stopping those leaks. […]
Two times stand prominent in deciding when to get your Minnesota roof repaired: when it is damaged, and when it is accessible. […]