Roofing Spotlight: 4 Of The Many Types Of Roofs That Rackley Specializes In For Commercial Buildings

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Roofing Spotlight: 4 Of The Many Types Of Roofs That Rackley Specializes In For Commercial Buildings

Your business is only complete with a formidable roofing system because it shields you and your assets from harsh elements. That said, a good roof needs proper installation and maintenance to live up to its potential, so hiring an experienced roofer should be a top priority. Rackley Roofing works with all types of commercial roofs, …

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10 Things To Know About PVC Single-Ply Roofing Material

A high-quality roof is essential to prevent water damage and other issues inside your commercial building. When you need to choose a new commercial low-slope roof (flat roof), consider PVC single-ply roofing. This roofing system, made from polyvinyl chloride, offers many important benefits. Composition of PVC PVC single-ply roofing is made of chlorine and ethylene. …

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11 Things To Know About TPO Single-Ply Roofing Material

11 Things To Know About TPO Single-Ply Roofing Material

It’s an awkward, if scientifically accurate, name: TPO, which stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin. Its use as a commercial roofing product dates back to 1986, but before that it saw use as a liner for ponds and in-ground pools. Get up to speed on this superior roofing material with these 10+ facts about TPO. 

How Insulation Helps Increase Your Commercial Roof Lifespan

How Insulation Helps Increase Your Commercial Roof Lifespan

As important as your selection of a roofing material is for your commercial property, the insulation beneath that surface is equally important. Without the right insulation for your building’s low-slope roof, you risk losing money on wasted energy. Many commercial roof insulation types can add to your company’s bottom line. 

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