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What is NSF/ANSI?

First – What is NSF/ANSI? By definition, NSF/ANSI 347, is an assessment to determine the Sustainability for Single Ply Roofing Membranes. It is the first standard for evaluating and certifying sustainable attributes of single-ply roofing membranes over their entire life cycle. Several factors are taken into consideration such as product design, manufacturing, membrane durability, corporate governance, and overall innovation….

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Roofing in the Winter Months

That’s right – We offer roofing all year-round. Q: How can that be? A: The simple answer? We utilize a roof system that can be installed during any season.  We can make repairs the same. Q: How can that be?  A: The roof system doesn’t use adhesive. Q: What does it use? A: Fasteners and…

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2019 Wrap-Up

As 2019 wraps up, we take a moment to reflect on the past year. So many businesses face challenges through the year and ours is no different. We must take this opportunity to thank you all. We truly appreciate the relationships we’ve built over the past 35 years and we wouldn’t be where we are…

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Cost of a New Roof: What to consider before deciding

Buying a new roof is a big investment. You want to make sure you make the right choice. As with any major investment, you need to consider more than the initial cost. You need to consider all costs incurred and benefits received over the lifetime of the investment – such as time and money required…

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Roof Hatches – Here’s one option

All Weather Systems are experts at installing or updating roof hatches. Over the past 30 years, roof access technology has come a long way. Bilco’s thermally broken roof hatches feature a frame and cover design that minimizes heat transfer between the interior and exterior metal surfaces. The result is a product that resists harmful condensation…

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ROOF LEAKS & EQUIPMENT

Rooftop equipment is an easy source of leaks. It makes sense, right? Any number of things can happen. Screws can work their way out Washers and gaskets can dry rot Tools can drop around the units Parts can be mishandled Joints can be improperly sealed All of which cause issues for the roof system. Strategically…

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Single-Ply Roofing can be used where?

Single-Ply roofing is very versatile. In our three decades of service we have installed the roofing system in a wide variety of applications. Standard flat roofs are common but how about a 20’ façade for a storefront, a 6/12 pitched roof, a barrel roof? With options in 40, 50, 60 and 80 mil thickness and…

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STOREFRONT CONVERSION

Just two weeks ago Harbor Freight opened their doors in Heath, Ohio. You may have seen a bit of construction happening on the top of the old HH Greg store. We built a 50’ wide by 20’ tall high wall façade to dawn the Harbor Freight signature sign.  We used metal studs and plywood to…

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SRI – The Quick Facts

What does SRI mean for you? First – What does SRI mean for you? If you choose a roofing material with a higher SRI number, then you can expect to keep your building inherently cooler in the warmer months. As a result, you’ll use less energy to cool your building, thus reducing your energy bill….

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Rooftop Safety & How We Can Help

Here are a few tidbits of information we came across, along with links to learn more about this important matter of safety. “Building owners, as contractual employers, must maintain their buildings in a safe condition to protect not only their own staff but contractors as well.” From 2017-2018 the top OSHA citation was for inadequate…

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