Is Your Roof Protected From Mother Nature?

Contractor working to install a commercial roof

When running your business, the last thing you need to worry about is the solidity of your building’s roof but as we all know, Mother Nature never pays attention to that. At Kodiak Roofing, our single-source installation can help protect your business by ensuring the roof fits your building’s needs.  Sacramento breezes and Reno snow doesn’t stand a chance against … Read More

April Showers Bring More Than May Flowers

April Showers We’ve all heard the rhyme, “April showers bring May flowers.” Yet, anyone who has ever let their roof go too long without repair knows it can bring much more than that. High winds, crashing branches, even rowdy birds, can all affect your roof’s stability and spring storms only make it worse. Leaks and damage to your roof will … Read More

Luck Has Nothing To Do With It

This year, Kodiak Roofing & Waterproofing will celebrate three decades of service, and while we feel extremely fortunate for our record of success, we know luck has really had nothing to do with it. Our thirty years as a leader in the business is a testament to the dedication of our teams, the loyalty of our clients and our unwavering … Read More

Reroofing & Roof Coating

Reroof

With every commercial building, there comes a time when maintenance will be needed, sometimes even major repairs. Among those repairs the topics of reroofing and applying a roof coating comes up. How do we know which is ultimately the best option? Read below to learn more about these processes. What’s The Difference? Roof CoatingsCoatings are a fully adhered, fluid-applied roofing … Read More

What Impact Do Fires Have On Commercial Roofs?

Shows how far a wildfire smoke and ash can reach

Unfortunately we have been seeing a lot of wildfires around California, Nevada and other Western States. This not only poses a threat to public health and safety, but also to residential and commercial properties. So now the question comes to mind, what impact do fires actually have on our communities? What impact do they have on our commercial work spaces, … Read More

How We’re Social Distancing And Still Getting The Job Done

Image: a construction worker follows social distancing guidelines by wearing a mask on a job site.

As an essential construction business, Kodiak Roofing understands the responsibility we have to help safeguard the health of our team members and community. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Kodiak Roofing is following all appropriate safety and social distancing guidelines laid out by the CDC to ensure the health of everyone we work with. Learn more about the steps we’ve … Read More

Tips On Working From Home

Working from home sounds like the best of environments.  However, it creates its own challenges that most people are unprepared for and a level of discipline that can cause fatigue or ineffective use of time. Prep family with expectations: Your family and you need to act like you’re still “away” at the office.  It’s easy to bug you for little … Read More

Roofing Jargon Guide: What Does it all Mean?

Commercial roof definitions

We understand how confusing it can be when trying to keep up with common roofing lingo. Just like people most likely don’t follow the terminology you use in your industry, we’re well aware that most building owners don’t commonly use “thermal stress” and “r-value”. That’s why we’re creating a comprehensive guide! Now, following along with your roofer’s terms is easier … Read More

Why Students Are Choosing Trade School Over College

trade school versus college

Trade schools are looking more promising these days than they ever have before. Planning for your future is extremely important and students graduating now are taking much more into consideration than those just a few years ago. Four-year universities are expensive and come with a commitment to decades of repayment and anxiety if you don’t receive scholarships or financial assistance. … Read More

Chico State Racing Team Thanks Kodiak

Chico State Wildcat Buggy

The Buggy Equipped with a 10 horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor, this buggy is still capable of traveling at 38 miles per hour. Did we mention that’s with a college student in seat, in addition to the buggies 300 plus pounds? The motor must remain stock in every way, to stay in accordance with the Society of Automotive Engineer’s rules. … Read More