More than just an eyesore, ponding water is truly a hazardous condition to any flat roof system. Left unchecked, it will ultimately lead to system failure.
The on-site roof inspection should be completed as soon as you have determined that the job is one you are qualified and prepared to perform. For more information on bidding on new construction and retrofit projects, consulting with the business owner, building a roof history and more, view last week’s blog: The Bidding Process. After […]
Because this topic is so important, we have broken it up into two parts. In next week’s blog, we will focus on inspecting the roof, taking core samples, detecting moisture, evaluating your costs of the job, and more. Bidding on New Construction New construction can be bid in several different ways. Typically, an architect is […]
Keeping detailed records, files and photos on each roofing job you complete is a very important part of your responsibility as a roofing contractor. Your records should begin with information collected during the pre-bid inspection. This includes information on the history of the roof, its current condition, documentation of complaints, a copy of the specification […]