Month: January 2023

Roof Coating being applied with a brush
Posted on January 31, 2023 by baker-admin
What is a Roof Coating and How Does it Work A roof coating is a protective layer applied to the outer layer of a roof. It acts as an additional barrier to water, UV rays, and other elements that can damage your roof over time. Roof coatings are usually made from acrylics, silicones, or asphalt materials. They come in many different forms, such as liquid-applied systems, elastomeric membranes, and aluminum roof coatings. Read More...
Automatic Welder for welding TPO and PVC sheets in commercial roofing
Posted on January 28, 2023 by baker-admin
This commercial roof guide for maintenance, repairs, and tips and tricks will help you manage your roof better. Keeping your roof in optimal condition is essential for the overall health and longevity of any commercial building. Roof repair is an important part of roof maintenance, allowing businesses to proactively address existing roof problems before they become more severe and potentially dangerous. With the proper roof repair techniques, Read More...
house with shingle roof
Posted on January 26, 2023 by baker-admin
When it comes to choosing the best type of roof for your house, you have many factors to consider. While there are a variety of roofing materials available, each one has its own unique advantages and disadvantages. In this blog post, we’ll explore the top four types of roofing and help you decide which one is right for your home. Asphalt Shingles Asphalt shingles are probably the most popular type of roofing material in America. Read More...
classs a Fire resistant shingles
Posted on January 9, 2023 by baker-admin
Is asphalt roofing fire-resistant? For most, yes. Most asphalt roof shingles are class A fire rated. What is a Class A Fire Rating? Class A fire-rated indicates a flame spread rating between zero and 25. Additionally, the materials do not burn well, generate smoke, and are not likely to contribute fuel to a fire. Class A is the highest fire rating that a material can receive. Examples of materials that are class A fire-rated are gypsum board, Read More...