Welcome to my blog, my name is Daisy. A few years ago, my husband and I purchased an old house which required a lot of work. We spent many weeks gutting the place and installing new flooring, painting the walls and clearing the garage space of junk. However, my favourite part of renovating the house was the roof. I loved climbing onto the roof to inspect the tiles, removing and recycling the broken ones and replacing the gaps with new tiles. I also learnt how to waterproof and maintain our roof so that we can avoid problems in the future. I started this blog to help others who are interested in carrying out restoration or repair work on the roof of their home.
There are a number of different roof types that can be installed on a commercial building. The choice between the different types of roofing systems is often based on a combination of factors. These include the upfront costs of commercial roof installation and the various benefits associated with each type of roofing system.
This article discusses the good and bad side of flat roofing systems on commercial buildings, for the benefit of business owners looking undertake the installation of one such roofing system.
The Good Side Of Flat Commercial Roofing Systems
Flat roofing systems are preferred over their sloped counterparts for a number of reasons. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
The Bad Side Of Flat Commercial Roofing Systems
For more information and options, talk with professional commercial roofing companies, such as A.C.R. Roofing Pty Ltd.