A Roof to Feel Thankful For

Commercial roofer repairing a leak on a commercial roof.

As summer’s heat transitions to falling leaves and winter storms, now is an excellent time to consider the health of your commercial roof. Heading into the holiday season, no one wants to deal with a leaky roof – it can be disruptive and potentially catastrophic to your building’s tenants. And the primary cause of roof problems – leaky or otherwise … Read More

Giving Thanks to our Awesome Customers and Employees!

mage of entire Kodiak Roofing employees at The Safety Stand-Down event.

We love celebrating Thanksgiving – not just because of all the delicious food – but because it’s a time to reflect with gratitude on the world around us: our clients, staff, and our and our community. And we certainly have a lot to be grateful for! This past year we’ve enjoyed working with awesome clients and helping them with their commercial … Read More

Commercial Roof Maintenance To Avoid Spooky Leaks & Creepy Cracks

An interior crack in a commercial roof with water dripping from it and cartoon eyes peering at the damage.

Drip. Drip. Drip. A sound that will bring shivers to the spine of any commercial building owner. You’re sure it’s not coming from a leaky faucet, which means…GASP! The dreaded reality: you might have a leaky roof.  If that doesn’t strike fear into your heart, it should. A leak in your commercial building’s roof can impact your staff, customers, inventory, … Read More

Don’t Fear. Kodiak is Here With Commercial Emergency Roof Repairs!

Roofer doing an emergency roof repair.

We know it can be scary when the roof of your commercial building needs repairs. A leaky roof can often mean devastating damage to the contents of your building, not to mention the loss of time while dealing with your roofing issues. This is why we completely understand the sense of urgency that comes with a call for emergency roof … Read More

High schoolers tour BMW of Fairfield construction site, learn from tradespeople

Construction and engineering students throughout Solano and Napa counties toured the active construction site and learned about various trade opportunities available to them as part of a community outreach event. In just a few months, Fairfield’s BMW dealership will be moving down the street into a 42,000 square foot building on Auto Mall Parkway that will include several technological amenities. … Read More

Types of Roofs for Your Industry

A hospital building with a flat roof showcasing the helicopter landing pad.

When it comes to deciding on the best type of commercial roof for your industry, there are so many different factors to keep in mind: from potential weather conditions and climate to ventilation systems, environmental impact, and existing structural requirements. We’ve put together a list of some of the most popular roofing solutions for different industries, along with the benefits … Read More

What Different Metals Do For Your Roof

Image of different metal roofing materials - aluminum, copper, steel, and zinc.

When choosing what material to use for your commercial roof, there are many options. Built-up roofing membrane (BUR), green roofing, spray-on silicon, thermoset EPDM roof membrane, thermoplastic PVS & TPO roof membrane, shingles, and metal roofing are some of the most popular roofing options. Join us as we explore metal roofing and the various types available for your commercial roof. … Read More

A Day in the Life of a Commercial Roofer

Commercial roofer with Kodiak working on a commercial roofing project.

Although no two commercial roofing jobs are ever the same, our approach to each job is always the same; we provide our clients with high-quality, competitively priced roofing, and waterproofing solutions. That means that whether our team of professionals is making an emergency roof repair or handling routine maintenance and improvements, our clients can be assured that their roof is … Read More

Top 5 Reasons to Have a Steep Slope Roof

A steep slope roof by Kodiak Roofing on Bass Pro Shop.

When deciding how to structure your roof, the pitch is a major factor. Roof pitch is one of the most commonly used terms in roofing, and it refers to the steepness of a roof. There are two types of roof pitches: high slope and low slope. Today we’re going to take a closer look at steep slope roofs, which are … Read More

Why Have Metal Roofs & Walls?

Metal roofs used by Kodiak Roofing.

Whether you’ve noticed them on large commercial buildings or small businesses, metal roofs are a popular roofing material. A 2021 state of the industry report noted that commercial roofing contractors indicated that metal roofing was the second most popular roofing system. Research by Techanvio shows that the metal roof market is expected to grow by $2.67 billion from 2021 to … Read More