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...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...Read More . . .
Knowing the signs of when to replace your windows may not always be clear. Some simple guidelines can help to determine if you need to replace them sooner rather than later. If your home is older than 15 years and still has the original builder-grade windows, then now is...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...Read More . . .
You may already have attic insulation in place, but if it's been there for years, chances are it has compressed and is not as effective as it once was, or as it could be. Most homes built before the year 2000 have inadequate levels of insulation in the attic. Over time, as...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,...Read More . . .
When it’s time to give your home a makeover, think outside of the box. Go beyond paint, trim and foliage and look up. Consider adding architectural shingles to your home. 56% of future home buyers notice the roof first when considering a home for purchase. Areas in Oklahoma...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...Read More . . .