Own a Commercial Building? Low Slope Roofing Defined
Low slope roofs, otherwise known as flat roofs, are typically installed on larger commercial buildings using a similar process as asphalt shingled roofs, but utilizing different materials. As a general rule, the low slope installation proc…
Low Sloped Roofing Continued: Types of Systems
There are four main types of flat or low sloped roofing systems that are installed today.
Consequences of Ignoring 'Pooling' on Your Low Slope Roof
Low slope roofs, or flat roofs, possess a multitude of advantages over sloped roofs, especially when installed on larger buildings, but are also particularly vulnerable to damage due to pooling.
Why Fall Is The Best Season To Deal With Your Roof
Doing roof work is a daunting task, especially when taking into consideration temperature and weather as well as heights. In terms of temperature and weather, roofers typically consider fall to be the best time to complete jobs.
Holt Roofing Co. Featured in Bedford Press
Holt Roofing Company is currently being featured in the 'Spotlight' section of the Bedford Press! Read the article here.
Roofing in Winter
Winter Roofing Info.
Roofing Scope of Work
Roofing Scope of Work - What To Look For
Components of Roofing Scope of Work
Roofing Scope of Work: Components Series
SOW Sections Continued! Section 2: Products
SOW Section 2: Products
Roofing Scope of Work: SOW Section 3: Execution
Roofing SOW Section 3: Execution
SOW Continued: Part II - Sheet Metal Flashing & Trim
Roofing SOW Continued: Part II - Sheet Metal Flashing & Trim Part II of any roofing SOW would break down any metal flashing and trim work involved in the overall project. In this case, the specific metal work necessary to complete the …