Survey of the Commercial Roofing Process

General Roofing Systems Canada provides repairs to Commercial Roofs throughout Canada. Commercial Roof Repairs are completed in the following cities: Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, Winnipeg, Toronto and points between. British Columbia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Ontario

Maintenance, Restoration, or Replacement?

When reviewing the process of commercial roofing, the first step is to decide what method of roofing is required. Of course, there will be decisions in regards to the metal used, yet this all depends on whether or not you have a flat roof. For example, you may be looking to repair your roof, perform annual maintenance, completely replace or restore your existing system.

Repairing Your Commercial Roof

Commercial roofing repairs are best done by a roofing contractor that complete repairs on a daily basis and who is aware of all the commonly accepted standards. GRS employees are highly trained to work with all varieties of commercial roofs; our crews undergo extensive training that help them to assess and repair any and all issues. Flat roof repairs are specific to the type of commercial roof such as; Tar and Gravel, Torch-on SBS, TPO, EPDM, PVC, Roof Coatings, or SPF – Spray Foam. It is important to have roofers that are aware of the type of commercial roof membrane that is being repaired.

Metal roof repairs on commercial buildings are also type-specific. These common types are are metal cladding roofs, standing seam metal roof systems, and coatings with a reflective coating or black rubber liquid coating.

The objective is to locate a commercial roofing contractor that has technicians with the knowledge of all commercial roof types.

Preventative Maintenance

Commercial roofing systems require regular maintenance. In most instances maintenance on a commercial roof (flat roof) should be completed a minimum of twice a year. It is recommended to have this completed once in the fall and once in the spring. GRS has specific commercial roofers that specialize in roof maintenance. Our roofers are aware what to look for and how to solve specific commercial roof problems. Our web site contains a step by step list for commercial flat roofing repair and maintenance:

Metal Roof Maintenance

Metal commercial roof systems also require regular maintenance. Maintenance should be performed on all the metal seams, metal roof fasteners, and roof openings. Sometimes this only requires a simple process of caulking (be sure to use high-end metal caulking). Yet with scenarios, when the metal roof is beginning to fail due to rust or expansion/contraction of the metal seams and holes for the fasteners, more extensive roof repair or roof restoration becomes a necessity. This is another area where it would be beneficial to have type-specific contractors completing the work.

Our roofing blog has numerous articles regarding metal roofing, metal roof repair, and metal roof restoration. Simply search your topic by category on the left hand side of the page.

Roof Restoration

Restoring Your metal or flat commercial Roof when regular commercial roof repair and maintenance doesn’t alleviate the problems you are experiencing with your metal or flat roof, more extensive restoration is required. One significant advantage of restoring your commercial roof rather than replacing it is the tax benefit. Roof restoration is considered maintenance and not typically considered a capital cost as it would with a complete roof replacement.

Metal roof systems are filled with challenges, especially in colder climates like Alberta and Saskatchewan. For example, in Edmonton, AB last winter, the snow loads were so immense with the ice damming on the metal roofs, as well as the heavy weight loads, that several metal commercial roofs were affected. Our metal restoration crews have been working nonstop since last winter to repair and restore metal roof systems on numerous commercial and industrial facilities. The advantage of having a metal roof on your commercial facility is the longevity of the material. Metal roofs are known to last several decades before requiring full replacemetns.

The inherent challenge with commercial metal roofing is that the metal expands and contracts. This is especially true in our unpredictable Western Canadian climate. Unfortunately, many leaks occur as a consequence.

When thinking about restoring a metal roof it simply comes down to two things. First is whether or not you would want white reflective metal roof restoration, or do you want a black roof?

In today’s market, there are several advancements to metal roof coatings. One primary example would be the liquid rubber polymers that were created for waterproofing commercial metal roof systems.

The challenge with reflective coatings for metal roofs is that coatings such as acrylic, which are highly reflective, also contain the disadvantage of cracking and peeling. The important items to be considered when choosing a restoration process or coating for your commercial roof is to be sure that the roofing contractor you hire is experienced and knowledgeable as to what is required. It is also important to inspect the coating material being used on your commercial roof. This is important due to market factors drastically changing over the past few years.

The same applies for flat roofing as it does for metal as we described above.
Coatings for commercial roof systems in this day and age have radically changed as restoring a flat roof today is not the same it was 3 years ago. At one time (and we still restore tar and gravel commercial flat roof this way), we would re-coat flat roofs with bitumen or tar from a hot kettle. Or in the case of a rubberized asphalt commercial flat roof, we would re-coat with hot rubberized asphalt.

Commercial roofing today has many more options. More recently many commercial property owners have been having roofing contractors spray foam their roof systems. With this process you skirt around the entire old method all together. Once the spray foam has been laid down you then add an acrylic reflective top coat to the SPF.

The process of spraying foam over an existing commercial roof is highly effective and cost efficient  – although this isn’t always the best method for an extended amount of time. There are coatings that are asphalt based that contain fiberglass that can be used to coat roof systems and emulsions. And then more recently elastomeric coatings have become available. This newer type sprays right over top of the existing system. Finally the most recent to come forward on the market is liquid rubber coating. Liquid rubber coating has been an excellent success for both roofers and owners alike.

Roof Overlays or Retrofits

An example of a roof overlay or retrofit is when your current commercial roof system has a tar and gravel roof. Instead of coating the roof and completely ripping out the roof and replacing it entirely, you can retrofit or recover it. There are many forms of flat roof recovery. One method is for our roofers to scrape or spud the gravel off. Our roofers will then install an insulation board and the roofing membrane right over top. For more information on retrofitting you can reference our blog and website.

Complete Roof Replacement

Complete roof replacements are a massive undertaking. In order to have this procedure completed correctly it is extremely important to choose the right contractor for your project. The contractor you choose must have roofers that are trained and have accurate knowledge of all roofing systems. In addition to this you will need to choose the right method of roof replacement or retrofit. Once you have done that, the next item to select will be the right membrane and search out a reasonable competitive price.

GRS has written extensive articles to assist commercial property owners with the process of completing roof replacements, some of which are on our blog and website. Here are some articles for your consideration when planning a commercial roof replacement:

https://www.grscanadainc.com/Commercial_Roof_Replacement.html – Considerations for Commercial Roof Replacements

https://www.grscanadainc.com/Replacing_a_Flat_Roof.html – The process of Commercial Roof Replacement

Until next time,

The Roofers at GRS

CONTACT US
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24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

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Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, Winnipeg, Toronto and points between. British Columbia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Ontario.

Metal Roofing Secrets Revealed

GRS Canada re-roof and installs metal roofing throughout Canada. Our roofing services are available in Toronto, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler and points between.

Choosing the right roofing material for your home can be a mystery for many homeowners. With the number of options available, it has become increasingly difficult to choose.

Over the last few years, residential metal roofing has grown significantly in popularity as many homeowners have learned of its durability, while others have focused on the many styles and colors available. However, there is still a greater number who are trying to unravel the clues.

Tom Black, executive director of the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA), answers the most common questions most homeowners have about metal roofing:

Why should a homeowner consider metal roofing?
Metal roofing has many advantages. For example, metal roofs have a lower life cycle cost than most traditional roofing material such as asphalt or cedar and it can withstand severe weather such as hail, snow, high winds as well as fire. It’s also available in many styles and colors to fit virtually any home.

What is the overall cost of a metal roof?
Metal roofs can initially cost three to four times more than traditional roofing materials, but homeowners should keep in mind that the typical asphalt or cedar roof requires replacement every 15 years. While asphalt or cedar roofs are initially cheaper, when homeowners consider the cost of a metal roof spread out over a 60-year period, metal is the clear choice.

Do metal roofs come with warranties?
While most premium asphalt roofs will last from 12 to 20 years, metal can last more than 60. That’s why you’ll find most metal roofing with warranties of about 50 years — nearly four times more than most other roofing products.

Aren’t metal roofs noisy?
Not at all. Metal roofs with solid sheathing and insulation control noise from rain, hail and bad weather just as well as any other roofing material.

How does metal roofing stand up to extreme weather?
Metal roofing is the most durable roofing material available. Whether it’s hail, snow, severe winds or even fire, metal roofing protects homeowners from whatever Mother Nature can throw their way. For example, in a hail storm, a metal roof’s solid structure prevents dents, dings and other damage hail is known to cause. In fact, homeowners in some areas receive up to a 30 percent reduction in their homeowners insurance for having a metal roof installed.

Will metal roofing help combat the rising cost of energy?
One of the most beneficial aspects of metal roofing is its ability to insulate a home. Not only does metal roofing keep the house comfortable regardless of the weather outside, but it can actually lower air conditioning and heating bills.

Will metal roofing fit with the style of my house and neighborhood?
Definitely! Metal roofing comes in a variety of styles, colors and finishes and is made to look just like other popular types of roofing material including cedar shake, slate, asphalt shingles and clay tiles.

Where can homeowners go for more information on metal roofing?
Homeowners can go to www.metalroofing.com to learn more about metal roofing, view the various styles available and participate in the “Ask the Experts” section.

Visit our main website for information about our metal roofing services.

CONTACT US:
General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)
24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

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Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, Winnipeg, Toronto and points between. British Columbia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Ontario.

Roof Replacement or Roof Repair

General Roofing Systems Canada provides roof repairs throughout Canada.  Roof Repairs are completed in the following cities; Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, Winnipeg, Toronto and points between. British Columbia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Ontario

Roof Replacement – To Replace or Repair the Roof?

The issue of whether or not to replace your roof or to just continue making repairs on the existing one poses to be a high debate this time of year. GRS thought it would be beneficial to others to post a roof report that came into our office that deals with this exact question.

To Replace or Repair the Roof: A Roofers Report

One of our Calgary Roofing Repair clients mentioned to me that he was having some issues with the skylights leaking on his cedar shake roof. The skylights were coming loose and causing damage every time we had a storm. He even had hail coming through it at one point!

He also mentioned some issues regarding the roofs chimney and how it had been leaking and that he was aware that the overall condition of the roof was in poor condition. Yet he still wondered if there was any way it could be fixed, focusing on the areas that were in the most urgent need of repair instead of replacing it all together.

The main house is a 12/12 roof with a 9Ft 5/12 section on all the eaves so the pitch change has flashing on it. Fortunately there are enough roof valleys and hips on the roof that we were able to make it to the top for a full roof inspection.

The first roof skylight we saw was the one that had been flapping around in the wind. The skylight was fastened from the inside and was about 25 Ft from the floor. The inside frame of the skylight had been ripped off from every fastening, all except for one screw. I was baffled as to how this skylight was not already blown away and laying in a field.

The back pan on this skylight along with three of the other four skylights was not running past the corner, causing it to leak. They had been tarred numerous times, yet the roof tar dried up causing it to leak again. This is the point in which the roof becomes a true nightmare.

The chimney had been decorated with stone work oer top of the flashing AND the existing roof where there is an area that is probably a short back pan on the top section. Lower down there is a diverter (Half saddle) which the top does not quite make it under the stone. It was either installed after the stone, or the stone was just not big enough to cover it.

I told the client in order for us to flash the chimney properly, the stones that were interfering would need to come off and put back on after the flashing was in place.

There are several areas where the cedar shake capping is missing, I would say there would be about two days’ work just to repair the skylights, chimney and replace the missing cedar shake capping. I told the client the cost required to fix all the damage would be a waste, as the money would be better spent going towards a new roof/ replacement where it would serve him better for many years to come.

Roof Replacement, Cedar Shake
Roof Replacement or Repair, Cedar Shake Roof Repair.
Roof Replacement, Roof Repair
The Roof Hips that Allowed us up to complete the inspection. Back pan on chimney skylight.
Roof Replacement, Shake Roof 2
View of the entire roof showing the extent of damage needing repair

 

ROOF REPLACEMENT – HOW TO SHINGLE A ROOF.

Other General Roofing Systems Canada Roof Replacement Documents:

Choosing a Roofing Contractor for your Roof Replacement.

What Makes our Roof Replacement Installers Different – Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee.

Project References for Roof Replacement Portfolio.

Request Shingle and Roof Replacement Estimates and Costs Online.

Until next time,

The Team at GRS

CONTACT US:
General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)
24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

info@grscanadainc.com

Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, Winnipeg, Toronto and points between. British Columbia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Ontario.

Re-Roofing? Consider Converting a Flat Roof to a Pitched Roof

General Roofing Systems Canada re-roofs low slope residential roofing systems throughout Canada. Our roofing services are available in Toronto, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler and points between.

Low Slope Shingle Re-Roofing to Flat Roof Membrane Edmonton, AB

Low Slope Roof Membranes

One common challenge homeowners have when considering re-roofing a flat roof or a low slope roof on their home, and we receive many inquiries about, is homes with a low slope pitch that currently have shingles on the roof and the homeowner is considering a conversion to a flat roof membrane when they re-roof instead of the shingles, or homeowners considering converting a flat roof on their home to a pitched or sloped roof instead.

Some considerations for low slope re-roof planning for your home:

Low Slope Residential Re-Roofing

Today there are many more options than once available for homeowners considering flat roof or low slope roofing membranes for re-roofing. We can remove the shingles on your home and apply a number of different systems.

Homeowners call us with concerns over the cost of low slope or flat roof membranes (relative to shingles) and this becomes a serious consideration when planning for a residential re-roof project.

Low slope roofing has changed and many options are now available for re-roofing your home that are much less costly than the traditional low slope tar roofing or torch down roll roofing.

The other thing that homeowners often call about is taking a low slope or a flat roof and having it turned into a pitched roof or a high slope roof instead of a flat roof.

Today, solutions are available for low slope residential roofs that don’t require the cost of traditional flat roofing or the expense to go from a flat roof to a pitched slope roof on a home.

Newer low slope roofing membranes are “single ply”. EPDM is a single ply low slope roofing membrane that has a 20 year membrane warranty (the membrane warranty is available for residential re-roofing as well as commercial re-roofing) and some flat roofers will tell you they expect the newer single ply roofing membranes to last 30 or 40 years, TPO is a single ply low slope white roofing membrane, PVC is similar to TPO in that it is single ply and white, and then there are the older style systems being the torch down sbs modified bitumen roofing membrane (or roll roofing) and Tar and Gravel flat roofing. All of these systems work on low slope re-roofing projects. And finally, there are metal roof or steel roofing systems for low slope re-roofing and even shingles for slopes to about a 4/12 pitch. Some roofing contractors are applying low slope shingles to 3/12 but we consider it tentative.

The residential low slope roof in the pictures of this post are of a residential low slope roof that we are re-roofing this week. The low slope shingles are being torn off and replaced or re-roofed and converted to an EPDM flat roof membrane. The EPDM roofing membrane system carries a 20 year manufacturer warranty. Also in the re-roofing process, we are removing the sheathing from this home and an attic insulator is blowing in insulation, then we are re-sheeting and adding a low slope insulation board, and then EPDM low slope roofing. All the roof flashings are being replaced in the re-roofing process – the eave, gable, chimney etc will be replaced as will all roof penetrations. The two low slope skylights are being replaced. The venting of this low slope re-roofing project will be re designed and installed at the ridge or peak of the roof with a custom made ridge ventilation system that will have a curb framed in first and then the ridge vent along the ridge. This will allow for proper attic/roof space air flow and ventilation, it will keep snow from covering the ridge vent, as well the custom framed curb for the vent will keep snow from entering the roof system.

You can follow this residential re-roof project by checking back regularly on our roofing blog as we will post pictures showing the process of re-roofing from a low slope shingle roof to a low slope flat roofing membrane.

If you have any questions about low slope roof membranes or re-roofing you can call us any time at +1.877.497.3528 or email us at info@grscanadainc.com or click here to fill out an online roof repair or replacement request form.

Until Next Time,

The Team at GRS

CONTACT US:
General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)

24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

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Roof Replacement: Metal Roofing

General Roofing Systems Canada is a Metal Roof Replacement Expert. We Replace Roofs in Toronto, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, and points between.

Metal Roofing has a distinct advantage of most other roofing – Metal Roofing will outlast most any roof.

Our products are available in a wide varieties, styles, and colors. There are metal panel roofs such as standing seam metal roofing (we manufacture specifically for your roof), snap lock metal roofing, ribbed or box rib metal roofing, and corrugated metal roofing. Metal shingle roofs (or tile roofs) are also available, such as Decra Roofing, and there are Stone Coated Steel metal tile roof systems such the Allmet line.

Advantages

  • Lightweight.
  • Outlast shingles. The lowest priced panel will last around 20 – 30 years (Agricultural or Utility grade metal roofing that is a thin gauge with acrylic or polyester paints). Most metal roofing now has a 20 – 50 year warranty.
  • Strong, covers large roof spans. Metal Roofing has a high weight to strength ratio.
  • Spark and fire resistant.
  • Hail resistant and wind resistant.
  • Great snow shedding attributes.
  • Recyclable.
  • Energy efficient.
  • Low maintenance costs.

Installation

Metal roofing is a serious trade in and of itself. The one challenge with metal roofing is the installation. Be sure if you are replacing your metal roof yourself that you really know what you are doing. Metal roof replacement is not as easy as it looks. Search our blog for topics related to hiring the right contractor for the job or check out the resources below.

GRS Website
https://www.grscanadainc.com/Metal_Roofing.html

Manufacturers we use for Replacements
Trimet Metal Roofing Catalogue

Choosing a Roofing Contractor
https://www.grscanadainc.com/Choose_Roofing_Contractor.html

Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee
https://www.grscanadainc.com/Roofing_Installers.html

Roofing Portfolio

Request a Roof Repair Estimate

Until next time,

The Team at GRS

CONTACT US:
General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)

24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

info@grscanadainc.com.

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Commercial EPDM Flat Roofing in Northern Alberta

General Roofing Systems Canada installs Commercial Roofing throughout Canada. Commercial Roofing in; Toronto, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Saskatoon, Regina, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Canmore, Banff, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Whistler, and points between.

Commercial Roof System Alberta - EPDM Roofing
Commercial Roof System Alberta – EPDM Roofing

Our Commercial Roofing Division just completed an EPDM roof in North Alberta (between Edmonton and Fort McMurray). The crew took some pictures of the completed roof which we thought we would post. Many prospective flat roof purchasers, when considering a flat roof replacement, ask what an EPDM roof looks like. Our photos should be able to help.

Commercial Roofing, EPDM Roofing, Alberta, South of FortMcMurray Commercial Roofing, EPDM Roofing, Alberta Commercial Roofing, EPDM Roofing, Northern Alberta Commercial Roofing, EPDM Roofing

The commercial roof in the pictures is a fully-adhered .60 mil EPDM roof membrane from Mule-Hide. The EPDM is adhered without an open flame or heat welder. Commercial clients appreciate the low-risk with applications in this respect. Additionally, EPDM is now available with a 20 year warranty on the membrane for commercial roofing projects.

Our Commercial Roofing services are available throughout Western Canada. GRS also runs a 24 hour 7 day week Commercial Roofing Repair Service.

The GRS Commercial Roofing division is insured with 5,000,000.00 Commercial Liability, Commercial Flat Roof Certified, BBB Accredited, WCB Registered, and Licensed.

Miscellaneous General Roofing Documentation

Request Commercial Roof Replacement or Repair Estimate

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24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

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The Asbestos Debate Heats up on the News and in the Roofing Crew Trucks

Anthophyllite asbestos,  Scanning electron microscope pic
Anthophyllite asbestos,
Scanning electron microscope pic

 When it comes to the safety aspect of the roofing occupation, the truth remains obvious.  Roofing is a dangerous. However most roofers don’t stop and discuss it on a regular basis . In fact I often wonder if some of my co-workers are in denial (I think to myself regularly when on the roof, “the stats don’t lie – roofing is most definitely dangerous”).

Just a few weeks back, a co-roofer friend of mine was re-roofing a home (not co-worker as he works elsewhere), he came screaming off a residential two story home and ended up shattering his feet. He was incredibly Lucky that he only sustained those injuries it was not some thing much more serious. With accidents like that you learn to appreciate having to endure broken bones rather than having some one tell your wife and kids that dad won’t be coming home.

When the recent asbestos stories started hitting the news, what I found interesting as a roofer is that the roofers began actually talking about safety in the workplace. The recent public asbestos debates have increased conversations with the roofers around me, and when contractors and “suits” visit I’ve noticed the management, architects, engineers and the like discussing the same issue.

What is peaking the interest of the roofers and management alike is the obvious very present potential danger of asbestos in the roofing material itself…

Common questions and comments around the water cooler (so to speak) go like this;

“We rip these roofs off every day, is there asbestos in the  materials we’re ripping off these buildings?”


“Asbestos in roofing materials?” 


“Are there risks to the roofers?” 


“What about home-owners and business owners, what are the risks to people inside

In consideration to GRS starting the 2012 roofing season with a complete over-haul/ revamping of the safe work practices. We thought it would be best to include information regarding the current debate of asbestos into the safe work place packages.

All GRS safety packages will include articles from this blog, written by other team members about our crews personal journey and experiences towards our effort to make GRS and roofing in general, a safer work environment.

The contributions from the GRS staff will include articles aimed towards safe-work practices in roofing, the equipment we use, and the safety training and certifications roofers can acquire. The GRS staff will also be trying on, testing, and reviewing a number of new safety equipment brands and types of equipment in an effort to broaden our crew equipping horizons. All of which we will share on our blog.

We will keep this article short. But before we go, and prior to follow-up articles, we thought it would be best to provide some background for folks to consider. Listed below are some interesting links to information we found on the internet as it relates to understanding asbestos, asbestos in roofing, what period of time asbestos has been used, what forms of asbestos are considered dangerous, and simple definitions.

ASBESTOS LINKS:

CBC News Asbestos WHO2
CBC Asbestos Story

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asbestos

Asbestos.com

 http://www.asbestos.com/products/construction/roofing-materials.php

 

Recycling, Asphalt, and Asbestos:

http://www.americanrecycler.com/0312/1410asphalt.shtml

Roof leak in to school causes asbestos to enter building:

http://morningjournal.com/articles/2012/02/23/news/mj5783849.txt?viewmode=default

Until next time,

The GRS Roofing Team

 

CONTACT US:
General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)
24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair: Call +1.877.497.3528 toll-free.

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