California Cool Roofs: A Closer Look at Cooling Roofing Options

2024-03-27T11:15:09-05:00By |

If you need clarification on California cool roofing requirements, you’ve come to the right place. In California, all the new construction or replacement low-slope roofs are required by Title 24 to be cool roofs. Cool roofs reflect sunlight and reduce heat absorption, leading to reduced energy consumption. Let’s explore some top roofing materials that may

Commercial EPDM Roofing Benefits and Maintenance Guide

2024-02-06T12:22:55-06:00By |

Commercial EPDM roofing, which stands for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, is a popular roofing material known for its durability and cost-effectiveness. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits and maintenance of EPDM roofing systems (also called EPDM rubber roofing). 

What You Need to Know About California Roofing Codes

2024-03-27T11:18:13-05:00By |

If you are involved in commercial construction in California, you already know there’s much to consider regarding California roofing codes. They are, in fact, some of the strictest green building codes in the U.S. In addition, the California Energy Commission updates Part 6 of Title 24 every three years.  

Government Roofing Solutions: Materials & Sustainability

2023-10-06T14:49:56-05:00By |

If you are in charge of government building roofing at a local, state, or federal level, it is up to you to create a plan to upkeep this vital part of the building’s structure. Here’s a basic rundown of materials, technologies, and sustainability options for government roofing. 

Understanding Your Commercial Roofing Quote

2024-03-27T11:24:30-05:00By |

We understand how intimidating it can be to understand your commercial roofing quote. Unless you are an experienced commercial property manager or owner of many commercial buildings, you may struggle to understand your options for roofing materials. And you may feel like flipping a coin to decide which bid offers the best value.

Metal vs. Built-Up Roofing: The Differences Explained

2024-03-27T11:23:54-05:00By |

It would be best to have an on-site consultation with a commercial roofing contractor to decide which roofing system suits your unique situation. Building use, local climate, and budget must be considered when selecting the best type of roof. However, here’s a brief comparison of two popular and trusted types: metal vs. built-up roofing.

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