Author Andres Lopez

25 Feb

Single Ply Roofing is a Great Option for Commercial Roofs!

Demand for single ply roofing is booming. The commercial roofing industry is expected to grow to more than $10 billion in the next five years. And analysts say much of that growth is coming from a demand for single ply roofing. Why are businesses flocking to single ply jobs? We’ve nailed down the top reasons business […]

16 Jan

4 Options For the Right Roof Coating to Suit Your Needs

  What makes a roof last a long time? One factor is the type of coating used on the roof. When trying to select the perfect roof coating, you have to keep in mind the type of protection your roof needs. Do you want to protect it from UV rays, foot traffic, or the elements? […]

2 Jan

5 Important Questions to Ask Before Installing a Skylight

Did you know exposure to natural light can make you feel calmer, happier, and even more productive at work? Adding a roof skylight to add more natural sunlight into your space can help you achieve just this. Doing research will help you know what to expect and what you want out of your skylight before […]

15 Nov

Saving Your Energy: 5 Tips for Energy-Efficient Commercial Roofing

As the world makes its way towards a greener, more sustainable building options, energy-efficient roofing is becoming more common. By implementing this for your commercial building, your business will save money and spend less on energy! Let’s take a look at some tips for energy-efficient commercial roofing. 5 Tips for Energy-Efficient Roofing Did you know […]

1 Nov

Should Your Retail Building Have a Skylight? What You Need to Know

Is your retail building dark and dingy? Do your customers look sad and leave quickly? It could be time to install commercial skylights. Adding natural light from the roof of your retail premises opens up the space. Bright sunlight will help promote your products and encourage customers to stay longer in your store. There are […]

29 Sep

70% Chance of El Niño Could Mean Rain Is Coming for Los Angeles

  Los Angeles is hardly what you’d call a rainy city, especially in the dry summer months. In fact, according to U.S. climate data, the average annual rainfall for the city is just under 19 inches. But with a 70% chance of El Niño 2018 coming, the City of Angels could be in for some […]

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