The Farmer's Almanac has been used since the turn of the century to predict weather and give advice to those working in agriculture and farming. It is a great resource for Oklahoman's, who dodge a wide variety of severe weather events, including: hail, flooding, and tornados. This summer looks to be pretty mild and wet, so it is a good idea to plan ahead, and have any commercial and residential roofing issues tackled before they tackle you. To view the weather predictions for 2017, click the link below. Make sure to follow us on social media, the links to our pages are on the top of the website, we post any weather warnings when severe weather does occur.
Tesla and SolarCity's big solar roof reveal last week left many, including us, scratching our heads.
Yes, the solar shingles that leader Elon Musk showed off on the roofs of the Universal Studios film set are the best looking home solar panels we've ever seen. But the companies provided almost no details about how and when they plan to make them and how much they'll cost.
Keep your roof clean. Debris is one of the leading causes of roof damange and leaks. Ensure that it is free of dead leaves, wayward branches, garbage, and other waste.
Trim overhanging tree branches. If you have trees with branches that hang over your roof, have the branches trimmed. This will greatly reduce the amount of organic debris that ends up on your roof in the first place, making the need for roofing repairs less likely.
Knowing your commercial property is ultimately protected by the strong, weather-tough roof over your head, what sort of TLC does your commercial roofing need? What is the break-even point between asking your facilities manager to devote time and money to maintaining the roof, and deferring even the most basic maintenance?