Monday, 27 November 2023 / Published in Blog
Commercial Flat Roof Lifespan
As a crucial shield safeguarding your business, a commercial flat roof demands proactive care to ensure its durability and longevity. Implementing effective maintenance and regular inspections is key to extending the lifespan of commercial flat roof systems. Discover actionable tips and expert advice to help businesses maximize the longevity of their flat roofs and minimize
Wednesday, 01 November 2023 / Published in Blog
right roofing materials for flat roof
Introduction When it comes to commercial roofing, the material you choose can significantly impact the longevity, durability, and overall performance of your building’s roof. Selecting the right roofing material is a crucial decision for property owners and managers. Therefore, in this guide, we will provide an overview of various flat roofing materials, including EPDM, PVC,
Friday, 13 October 2023 / Published in Blog
Winter Tips for Commercial Flat Roofs
Winter in Canada can be harsh, especially on commercial flat roofs. The combination of heavy snow, freezing temperatures, and ice can lead to costly damage and disruptions for businesses. To help you safeguard your investment and ensure your flat roof remains in top condition during the winter months, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on
Monday, 25 September 2023 / Published in Blog
Benefits Of TPO Roofing
When it comes to roofing options for commercial buildings, Thermoplastic Olefin / TPO roofing systems have gained significant popularity in recent years. TPO roofing offers a range of benefits that make it an attractive choice for businesses looking to invest in a durable, energy-efficient, and cost-effective roofing solution. In this blog post, we’ll delve into
Thursday, 15 June 2023 / Published in Blog
Exploring the Durability and Longevity of PVC Single-Ply Membrane Flat Roof Systems PVC single-ply membrane flat roof systems are a popular choice for commercial and industrial buildings due to their durability and longevity. These systems are designed to provide long-term protection from the elements, and they are often used in areas with extreme weather conditions.
Wednesday, 08 December 2021 / Published in Blog
roof leaking when snow melts
Roofs are designed to protect your home from the elements such as heavy rain, strong winds and snow. However our roofs are not necessarily impervious to leaks and other forms of damage that can occur, especially when snow melts. When snow accumulates on your roof during the winter months, maintaining your roof can be challenging.
Monday, 22 November 2021 / Published in Blog
best commercial roof repair company practices
You might have been disappointed with communication gaps in the past when working with contractors that didn’t follow best commercial roof repair company practices. You may also have been confused about who to contact with specific questions or just felt a lack of accountability in general. Guycan Ltd. is dedicated to changing what you should
Monday, 25 October 2021 / Published in Blog
Inspection for Commercial Roof Before Winter
There are many issues that can arise for you and your commercial building during winter. The first line of defence against natural hazards and inclement weather is your roof. Due to this change in weather, your roof may weaken as a result of cold and hot temperatures contracting and expanding it. In the fall or
Friday, 08 October 2021 / Published in Blog
In the construction industry, a number of factors have contributed to an unprecedented economic climate causing material shortage for commercial roofing contractors. While unrelated, these factors have collectively slowed roof installations, caused some contractors to shut down, and pushed others to the edge. Roofing Material Shortage: What You Need to Know In addition to the
Friday, 02 July 2021 / Published in Blog
good core cut
A core cut is how roofers learn more about your roof’s exact makeup and how to protect it. Industrial roofers drill into your property’s roof to remove a sample of each layer, right down to the roof’s deck.   Why You Should Consider a Core Cut If you have been worrying about your roof, a