The Importance of Commercial Roof Maintenance

Roofer conducting routine maintenance on a commercial roof.

When it comes to your commercial roof, regular maintenance is key. Regularly maintaining your commercial roof will allow you to catch issues before they develop into larger problems, as well as help to extend the lifespan of your roof. Here are 3 top reasons why roof maintenance is essential:  Damage Control: We know that the contents of your commercial building … Read More

Spring Roof Prep

Roof maintenance on commercial roof

Spring is here! Which means warmer weather, plants beginning to bloom, and spring cleaning. As you get into cleaning mode, it’s often easy to overlook the fact that your roof needs some TLC following those harsh winter months, too! We know that this means adding another item to your to-do list, but the good news is, we can help you … Read More

Sand Blasted Nevada

Sand winds blowing across the high deserts of Nevada.

If you live in Nevada, you’re aware of the extreme weather conditions: intense sun, harsh winters, and blustery winds. You might not be mindful of how these conditions can affect your roof. In Nevada, there are a lot of high winds throughout the year, and these can cause damage to your roof (without storms or hail). When the winds are … Read More

New Year, New Resolutions

Sunset image of CARSON TAHOE MED. CENTER

2022 rings in after a long 2021. We’ve all been in the front row for a year of twists and turns to get where we are today. So much has been put on the back burner in order to address more pressing issues but now with the new year, it’s time to set a resolution to get back to basics. … Read More

Don’t Let It Rain On Your Parade

Man in professional attire and a Santa hat holds a bucket under a leaking ceiling.

The Holidays are a time for cheer and merriment, but you know what could really rain on that parade? A leaky roof.  Luckily, there are things you can do to prepare for a rainy day and our Maintenance Program will handle the rest. The Magic of Maintenance Just like your car, a roof requires maintenance to keep it going strong. … Read More

Winter Is Coming, Is Your Roof Ready?

Storm coming down on University of Reno campus.

Roofs are something that can easily be forgotten about. That is, until something goes wrong. Most people won’t even think about roof maintenance until the winter storms hit and water starts to seep through into the building. All of this is avoidable with the proper team of experts. Get ahead of the winter storms with a commercial roof assessment from … Read More

Don’t Get Scared by Leaks

October can be a spooky time of costumes, haunted houses, and scary movies, but you shouldn’t have a heart attack when it comes to your commercial roofing. Changes from extreme heat to cooler weather can take a toll on your roof, offering a lot of opportunity for leaks to sneak in. As we head deeper into the fall season, make … Read More

Top 3 Reasons for Roof Maintenance

Rooftop worker wearing a construction helmet, assessing a commercial building roof.

As we swelter in summer’s heat and winter storms seem like a very distant reality, it’s the perfect time to consider the health of your roof. Every day your roof is exposed to weather hazards and other elements, all of which contribute to damage and deterioration. We’ve seen it over and over – the primary cause of roof problems is … Read More

Maintenance Is Not All The Same

Kodiak’s unbeatable combo in a maintenance program includes inspection, cleaning, re-securing and resealing and a field report.

A quick look around and you’ll see many roofers offering maintenance programs that are solely inspections. It’s also a big tell if they don’t detail what is offered with their program. We at Kodiak know that while inspections are an essential and invaluable first step, your maintenance program needs actual preventative work included to really ensure you can double down … Read More

Sources of Common Damage: Part Two

We can safely and expertly handle all roof types and damage.

Welcome to part two of our blog series on common sources of roof damage to your commercial building. We’ve discussed in part one that structural issues such as building movement can cause cracking, and how clogs build up ponding on rooftops. We also covered that human error can often be an issue that arises out of tenant improvements, even with … Read More