As you look across the Denver skyline, you see a lot of different building types. Most of the taller ones are commercial office buildings. Then, there are few parking lot structures. Before long, you might start to notice that there’s a theme with most of the apartment buildings you see dotting the urban landscape here […]Is It OK to Replace a Roof in the Fall or Winter?
As big of a job as roof replacement is, it makes sense to time the work so that it stands the highest chance of being successful without causing too much disruption to daily life. However, homeowners don’t get to choose when their roofs fail. If they did, roofs would never fail, and A-to-Z Roofing & […]How to Winterize Your Commercial Roof
The days are getting shorter and the mercury is dropping…signs that winter is just around the corner. In addition to making sure the sprinkler system has been blown out and your winter coat inventory is up to snuff, how much attention have you given to making sure your commercial roof is ready for the colder […]How to Prepare Your Gutters for Fall
Ah…fall in Colorado. It’s a beautiful time of year. The aspen leaves are showing signs of yellowing, and the weather is turning crisper as the daylight hours draw shorter. As wonderful as the fall season is, it’s also a time for conducting a health check on your roof and rain management system, including your gutters […]How to Safely Climb Your Roof When Putting Up Halloween Decorations
Is it that time of year again, already? The weather is getting cooler, and the neighborhood children are getting amped about the upcoming Halloween festivities! It’s an exciting time, and if you’re like many homeowners, you’re thinking of some creative decorations you can add to your house in order to attract a record-setting number of […]A Checklist for Commercial Roofing Safety
No matter the style, size, or height of a roof, one thing is for sure: when the time comes to perform roofing work, safety is the utmost priority. This is because roofing is an inherently dangerous line of work. In fact, professional roofers have the fifth-highest work-related death rate throughout all construction subsectors, and these […]Do Gutter Leaf Guards Really Work?
Throughout Colorado and the rest of the US, homeowners are opting for the installation of gutter leaf guards—specially engineered roofing materials that are said to reduce the amount of natural debris that accumulates in the gutters and downspouts installed onto residential or commercial buildings. These types of protective roofing systems are nothing new. In fact, […]Fall Roofing Checklist: How To Prepare Your Roof For Fall And Winter
When the sweltering summer heat starts to abide and the cooler weather rolls in, Coloradoans start to think about the arrival of Fall and Winter. Getting ready for shorter days and the prospect of snowfall might entail a trip to the thrift store to pick up a few extra coats or snow shovels, but what […]Aluminum vs Vinyl Gutters: Which Is Better?
Rain gutters serve two primary purposes. Number one, they protect the home or commercial building (as well as the property it’s built on) from water damage caused by pooling. And number two, they provide an aesthetic that adds to the attractiveness of the structure. Without an effective rainfall management system, a lot of damage can […]What to Do about Moisture Spots on Your Ceiling
When water spots start appearing on the ceiling, it’s a good sign that it’s time to take action. Although, it’s not always obvious what action that should be. Sometimes, a water spot can be the result of moisture that is coming from more than one location. And, there could be even more going on than […]