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19 Dec 2017

How Single-Ply Systems Withstand Ice-Ball Impacts

Hail damage occurs in many U.S. regions and is most common during summer months, which might strike you as strange (no pun intended). The reasons why hail is common in the summer and why it looks the way it does is interesting: In the summer, there is a lot more energy in the atmosphere, which means clouds get bigger and denser. Within the largest clouds, cumulonimbus, strong updrafts lift water droplets high into the colder parts of the cloud where they freeze. Those ice balls fall and then rise again – each time adding a new layer of ice. Eventually, they get too heavy for the updrafts to support and they fall to the ground. Sometimes there are so many small…
How Single-Ply Systems Withstand Ice-Ball Impacts
10 Common Commercial Roof Problems
15 Dec 2017

10 Common Commercial Roof Problems

Problems on a roof can happen to any building, but most of the issues are largely preventable through planning. Several factors will influence a roof’s service life: design quality installation, products, maintenance, roof use, abuse, and weather. The 10 roof problems listed below are common occurrences, but through quality work and planning, most can be easily dealt with before a major, expensive problem occurs. Problem #1: Roof leaks. With any type of roof, if it is leaking then you have a problem. Solution: A proactive preventative maintenance program can eliminate or reduce building interior water intrusion. Problem #2: Blow-offs, tenting, or billowing. This occurs if the roof is not adhered properly to the substrate. Single-ply roofs are at risk for…
30 Nov 2017

Customer Relations Update: Fraudulent Mail Alert

This is an archived post from Fall 2017, in which fraudulent false checks were sent to clients of Funderburk Roofing Inc., but were not authorized nor legitimate. Please review the notice below for more information.
Customer Relations Update: Fraudulent Mail Alert

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