Flat roofs’ lack of elevation is both an advantage and a disadvantage. The advantages are that the flat surface can double as a storage area or even a rooftop lounging area depending on the building’s purpose. On the downside, the lack of slope increases the risk of leaks.
Metal residential roofing systems have been the subject of many myths and misconceptions. For a homeowner, separating the facts from all the fiction can be confusing. With over three decades of roofing experience, the experts at Earl W. Johnston Roofing have the knowledge to shed some much-needed light on metal roofing.
The most obvious difference between residential and commercial roofing systems is the slope: a residential roofing system is typically sloped, while a commercial one is flat. But there are other differences besides the slope that factor into the type of care each roofing type needs. Today, your local roofer, Earl W. Johnston Roofing sheds light […]
Thermoplastic olefin (TPO) is one of the most common commercial roofing materials. With the many choices available for commercial property owners today, what exactly makes TPO a standout?
Insulation and longevity—these are the two primary elements most homeowners seek in a roof. Unfortunately, even the best-built roof will eventually begin to sustain damage from wear and tear over the years.