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  • Falcon

    Falcon Roofing

    Falcon Roofing is a family-owned business. We have been serving the Bay Area for over 23 Years with four California locations to serve you - San Jose, Walnut Creek, Daly City and Mountain View.
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  • Falcon

    Full Service

    As a full service roofing contractor, we are confident that we can meet all your roofing expectations. Our combined years of roofing contractor experience have proven the best solution for all our services and our mission statement remains the same. “Our purpose and goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of our customers and their families.”
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    One on One

    We support the community on a one-on-one relationship to the highest potential. We’d love to hear from you. Tell us about your experience with Falcon Roofing, ask us anything about our Roofing Services or give us your suggestions and feedback. If you’re looking for roofing help please refer to our resource section of this site.
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  • The SIgns Of Roof Problems
  • Roofing Maintenance 101
  • Falcon Roofing Inspections Checklist
  • Tearing Off Your Old Roof

The roof is a commercial building’s first line of defense from natural hazards such as wind, rain, fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. It is also the most vulnerable part of your building. Every day, your roof is exposed to weather and other elements that may contribute to decay and deterioration, increasing the risk of damage to the roof itself and the contents below it.

The International Building Code (IBC), which sets safety standards for commercial building, requires that roofs “serve to protect the building.” Having a roof that “protects the building” starts with design, materials selection, and installation at the time a facility is built or remodeled—events that occur infrequently and may be outside the scope of most businesses’ ongoing activity. But it also includes a regular program of inspection, maintenance, and repair—activities that should be part of your operational planning in order to prolong the useful life of your roof and make sure it does its job in protecting your business from weather damage. This article focuses on how to identify and address common trouble spots in order to stop problems before they start and fix them before it’s too late.

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For too many FMs, roofs are a prime example of “out of sight, out of mind.” But maintenance is vitally important if you want to keep the rest of your building in good shape.

Don’t make emergency spending for roof repairs a habit. Use your budget wisely and perform inspections and preventive repairs to avoid big expenditures. Get a handle on roof maintenance with this guide to keeping your roof in good health.

Why Maintenance Matters
Regular roof inspection and maintenance helps you save money, time and headaches in four ways:

1) More time between replacements. The biggest reason to maintain your roof is that it extends the roof’s life, which offers multiple advantages. Roof technologies have improved considerably over the last few decades, so it’s not unreasonable to expect a lifetime of at least 20 years from a properly installed and maintained roof. Without maintenance, the expected lifetime is more like 10-15 years – and if you’re planning to occupy your building longer than that, the cost of re-covering or replacing your roof 5-10 years early will add up quickly.

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Performing regular roof inspections with a detailed checklist can lower your overall repair and replacement costs by 45% and extend the life of your commercial roof from 13 years to 25 years. Most commercial roofs should be inspected at least twice a year, so what should you look for when performing this crucial preventative measure?

Types of Roofs

1) Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are prone to leaks and surface degradation due to weathering and standing water. Objectively look at the surface of your flat roof for granular loss, ponding, holes, punctures or even blisters in the membrane. Check the drains for blockages and inspect the flashings and membrane seams for signs of wear and tear or corrosion. Flashings are also prone to fungus, which can push the flashing away from the surface of the roof and cause leaks.

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Roofing experts weigh in on five questions to ask yourself and roofing professionals before tearing off your old roof

A good roof isn’t optional - it’s a necessity. While a roofing job can be one of the pricier capital expenditures to put a dent in your budget, it is also one that can make or break your building (both aesthetically and functionally).

Many factors assure not only the success of a roofing project, but the long-term return on investment. Here, roofing experts weigh in on five questions you should ask yourself and roofing professionals before tearing off your old roof.

1. How do I determine which roofing system is best for my building?
Because no two buildings are alike, no two will require the exact same roofing system - it all comes down to how the building is used, the climate it’s in, and when the job is going to be performed.

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