Roofing Tips

The Destructive Effects of Winds on Roofs

Spring is nearing, which brings with it an increased chance of storms and tornados, both of which can produce strong, destructive winds. According the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory, damaging winds are often called “straight-line” winds to differentiate the damage they cause from tornado damage. Damaging winds are classified as those exceeding 50-60 mph. Damage …

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What is EPDM?

EPDM is a type of black rubber roof and is excellent for UV retention due to the nature of the carbon black rubber that is used. They are also extremely resistant against strong winds.  There are also Ballasted EPDM roofs, which are like regular EPDM roofs only with the addition of a protective layer of ballasts …

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Repair or Replace?

Ohio weather changes constantly. This poses a problem for your roof.  A problem that ASI can help with. How long do roof’s last? The average expectancy of a roof is 10-45 years. The reason for this range is because of the materials used to build the roof.  In our last blog TPO roofs explained,  we …

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TPO Roofs Explained

In our previous blog “Is a Single Ply Membrane Roof Right for you?” we compared the three main types of single-ply roofs and their ideal environments. Today we will be diving deeper into a TPO single-ply roof, to help you determine if this type of roof is right for your business. What are TPO roofs? …

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Eco Friendly roof

ASI installs Eco-Friendly Roof System on Owens Corning’s 750,000 sq. ft. warehouse.

We are always looking for ways to apply our products and services to help the environment and local economies, and we had the opportunity to do this in Heath, Ohio in late 2021 with the installation of our eco-friendly Johns Manville (JM) Roofing. We had the privilege of working with developer COI Zeta LLC, VanTrust Real …

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