The Features and Benefits of EPDM Roofing

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane used for low-slope applications in commercial structures. It has two primary ingredients: ethylene and propylene. Both are derived from oil and natural gas. EPDM is available in a wide variety of sizes but only two colors, black and white. You can also install them in two thicknesses, 45 and 60 millimeters. We adhere EPDM to your building’s roof using a variety of methods including liquid adhesives, mechanical attachments, ballasts, or industry-grade tape.

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Breaking Down the Cost of a Worn Out Roof

If you’re wondering why the energy bills in your commercial property are skyrocketing, it may be because it’s time to replace your business roof. If you have a hail damaged roof or an old roof, it could be allowing the outside elements to get inside the building. Below explore some of the ways your commercial roof is costing you hundreds or even thousands of dollars each year. Intelligent Design can take your old roof and replace it with a modern commercial roof that will protect your entire building.

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Roofing Maintenance Checklist for New Business Owners

As a business owner, you have a lot on your plate. While keeping your business moving forward, you also need to keep the property maintained. You should start with your roofing system because it is the most critical component of the building. Intelligent Design can help you keep your roof in good shape year after year. We offer complete roofing repairs and replacement for your business. Below are some of our roofing tips for new business owners.

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How to Prepare Your Home for a Replacement Roof

You’re finally getting that old roof replaced. But before we install your new roof, you’ll need to make some preparations. Planning everything will make the installation go more smoothly. We can help you through the entire process.

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10 Common Questions That Homeowners Ask About Roofing

The roof is an easy part of your home to forget about––until something goes wrong, that is. And when something goes wrong, it can be difficult to get the information you need to come up with a fix you can afford. That’s why we’ve put together answers to 10 of the questions we hear most often from our clients. Check them out here, and if you have any more questions after this blog, be sure to give us a call! Werner Roofing is here as a resource for you, and we’d love to help answer any roof-related concerns you might have.

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What Homeowners Need to Know About Roofing Jobsite Safety

When it comes to installing a roof, safety should be your primary concern at all times. Skipping good safety practices because they take too much time makes it all the more likely an accident will happen.

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Ways to Replace Your Roof Within Your Budget

Maintaining a leak-proof, protective roofing system is an essential requirement for home and business owners in Minneapolis. Once you realize that roof repairs will no longer solve big problems, you need to prepare for a roof replacement as soon as possible.

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New Roof Installation Safety Checklist

Loud noises coming from the home may increase anxiety or disturb sleep habits. While it may be exciting for your family to observe, work zones are extremely unsafe for children, pets, neighbors, and visitors. Therefore, you need to create a checklist that will help keep everybody safe.

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Why It's a Good Idea to Build Your Deck This Fall

You are probably getting your property ready for winter here in Minneapolis. As you make your preparations, you may want to consider adding a deck to your home. Although it may seem counterintuitive to add a deck, the fall season is the perfect time to build a deck — especially if you missed it during the summer.

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What Does ‘Sustainable Roof Design’ Mean?

In a general sense, sustainable roofing is designed for longevity in a variety of rooftop environments. Some roofing membranes, as well as accessories like adhesives and insulation, now consist of renewable resources and recycled content.

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