Most building owners think about their roof only when there's a problem—usually a leak. By that time, water has already caused damage to valuable merchandise, slowed production, and/or caused a slip-and-fall accident. Once the damage is done, all the building owner can do is call a roofing contractor and get the roof repaired.
Though no roof is maintenance free, taking these four steps can reduce life-cycle costs.
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This webinar will begin with some tips on roof inspections so you know exactly where the trouble areas are and what portions of the roofing system have been affected. Then the webinar will discuss repairs and restoration options (methods, materials and coatings) that suit a given roofing system, and how to ensure that your roof does not suffer a failure in the future.
Helping you make smart decisions about the maintenance and replacement of your building’s roofing system! The Smart Roofing Expo: an event on BUILDINGSVIP!
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When Codes Aren't Enough
Roofing Commodities: Then and Now
Alice in Warranty Land
Roofing Resources You Can't Do Without
Beefing Up Low Slope Roofing Installation
Getting the Edge on Roofing
The Where, What, and Why of Thermal Insulation Systems
Stop Leaks in Their Tracks with a Dependable Air Barrier
It All Starts with the Roof Deck
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