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Posted @ 11/14/2014 10:23 AM By Doug
There were two recent Long Island Waterproofing projects that presented waterproofing challenges that the Roof Services team was able to resolve using a liquid flashing material.
Posted @ 6/10/2014 9:35 AM By Dyami
If you have standing water issues on your flat roof, please call Roof Services Long Island and we'll be happy to help you come up with a solution.
Posted @ 2/7/2014 11:13 AM By Ralph
When a NY roof is exposed to thermal cycling (I.E. freezing then thawing) the roof material can crack and begin to leak.
Posted @ 10/15/2013 11:40 AM By Ralph
About once a month I come across an EPDM or TPO roof system which was contaminated with roof cement or oil. This is a real problem that needs to be avoided otherwise a roof leak will occur.
Posted @ 9/20/2013 1:00 PM By John
There are several reasons that a skylight could leak. The unit could be damaged either by the flashings or the hatch. The flashings could be improperly tied into the shingles. The improper style of unit could be installed in a given application.
Posted @ 8/28/2013 10:01 AM By John
The flashings detail that keeps plumbing pipe penetrations through the roof water proof is a plumbing vent pipe flange.
Posted @ 3/20/2013 10:36 AM By Dyami
In order to flash rooftop penetrations properly, it requires the coordination of the roofer and the mechanical contractor (or other trades using penetrations). Even before the roof flashings are installed the trades need to work together to find a penetra...
Posted @ 1/8/2013 2:03 PM By Dyami
Roof Services professional roofers find the majority of roof leaks relatively easily. However, even with decades of experience, some roof leaks will require much more than a visual examination to determine the point of water entry.
Posted @ 11/29/2012 1:25 PM By Dyami
Fluid applied waterproofing, though relatively expensive when compared with modified asphalt, can be installed in extremely tight and restricted conditions such as the less than 12” wide alley.
Posted @ 9/14/2011 7:00 PM By Roofer
This new technology for finding roof leaks proved to be remarkably effective and it saved the contractor a great deal of time and money because it eliminated the need to remove the entire plant system and then doing repairs on questionable areas which may...
Posted @ 8/30/2011 7:00 PM By Roofer
In the wake of Hurricane Irene, Long Islanders are finding that their homes and businesses are in need of repairs to the roof. Roof Services, a long island roofer is prepared to respond to emergency roof repair requests anywhere on Long Island and the sur...
Posted @ 6/16/2011 7:00 PM By Roofer
Gutters and leaders perform a vital function as part of a building’s waterproofing system. As water moves across the slope of a roof area it gains velocity and may enter your home which is an unpleasant experience. Through the use of a correctly des...