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

Roofing The New Adventist Health HQ In Roseville, CA

Adventist Health HQ in Roseville

On May 1st, 2017, ground was broken on the newly proposed Adventist Health headquarters in Roseville, CA. The proposed five-story building located on North Sunrise Avenue ranks 275,000 sq. ft. in size, is set to be the new headquarters for nearly 1,000 Adventist Health employees in Sacramento, all under one roof. As of the moment, Adventist Health staff are split … Read More

California Building Code Takes Step Toward Net Zero Energy

California Net Zero Energy Building

Have you ever imagined living in a new home or apartment with a dramatically reduced energy-bill? Well, this could very soon be a reality, so don’t stop dreaming! In May 2018, the board for the California Energy Commission (CEC) adopted new building energy codes to the California Title 24, which governs regulations for new residential and commercial construction building in … Read More