Posts Tagged ‘commercial roofing georgia’

National Safety Stand Down Week
05/05/2016

National Safety Stand Down Week

In observance of National Safety Stand Down Week- May 02- 06, https://www.osha.gov/StopFallsStandDown/index.html, our field crews have hosted several safety lessons on preventing falls in construction. This morning each of our crew leaders lead a safety lesson with their LEARN MORE >

Safety First- Ropes, Harnesses, and D-rings…
05/02/2016

Safety First- Ropes, Harnesses, and D-rings…

Last Friday morning our team members meet to discuss and demonstrate the purpose and how to properly use fall protection equipment. Each member of our staff demonstrated the proper and correct way of wearing a LEARN MORE >

12/28/2010

The Right Roof For Your Building!

The key to a great roofing system is determining the right type of roof for each individual structure. Every building is built and designed differently. These different designs and uses need different types of roofing LEARN MORE >

10/19/2010

Position paper about direct sales of roofing materials to owners

Position paper about direct sales of roofing materials to owners The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) cautions the building owner who is contemplating a new or re-roofing project about contracting for the purchase of roofing LEARN MORE >

10/11/2010

Cool Colors

Tests have shown that on a 90-degree day, a white roof will only have a temperature of 110 degrees at its surface while a black roof will have a reading of 190 degrees. However, it LEARN MORE >

09/29/2010

Guidelines for selecting a commercial (low-slope) roofing contractor

uying a new roof system is an important investment. Before you spend your money, spend some time learning how to evaluate the roofing contractor who may be doing the work. Roofing contractors are not all LEARN MORE >

What Our Customers Say

“I could not be more pleased with my experience using this company for a residential roof replacement in Okatie, SC. I received estimates from multiple companies and decided to go with Watertight Roofing. They stripped the old material down to the plywood, replaced any pieces of the plywood that had water damage, and installed a new roof. It looks fantastic. We are getting ready to put the house on the market, so I was also concerned with whether the crew would damage the plants and landscaping around the house with the removal of the old roof. I was so pleased with how well they cleaned up and took care not to damage any of the landscaping. I would recommend to anyone.”

–Brian Magee

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