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Posted by: Dane Mulligan

The closer we get to the 2015-2016 Winter season, the more reassurance we are receiving from the specialists that it will indeed be a rainy one. Some even forecast it being a heavy enough El Niño to warrant the nickname "Godzilla" (...Read More

Posted by: Dane Mulligan

An option to purchase a 20–30 yr all inclusive warranty on our new single ply roofs has become an increasingly popular choice since we began offering them back in 2011. The process to finalize the warranty works like this. Skycraft Roofing installs your new roof following the manufacturers, Carlisle's or Versico's, specifications to the tee. Everything on the roof is required to be a Carlisle product. Furthermore we must complete the work in a way that they are positive will stand the test...Read More

Rainy Day Roofing | Dec 12, 2014
Posted by: Dane Mulligan

Roofer's become most popular at a time when we can do the least, rainy days. Everybody wants their roofer to come stop their leak when the rain starts falling but options are limited at that point. A wet, dirty roof poses the worst possible circumstances for completing a quality leak repair or even for having a fighting chance at stopping the leak temporarily. This doesn't mean, however, that you should hesitate to call your roofer or contact your...Read More

Field fabricate TPO pipe flashing
Working with Single Ply | Dec 03, 2014
Posted by: Dane Mulligan

One thing I have found that I really enjoy about wokring with Single Ply roofing materials, specifically TPO and PVC, is the chance to fabricate a flashing on the roof (field fabricate) when a unique detail arises. It is the momentary removal from the standard system, which we have developed and instituted to ensure a high quality and highly efficeient product, which excites me. It is enjoyable to assess the detail and the problem it provides, form a plan to solve it, and get to work...Read More

NDL Warranties | Jul 18, 2014
Posted by: Dane Mulligan

Who wouldn’t want a warranty guaranteeing their brand new investment for 20, 25, or 30 years? Such a warranty is especially valuable if your recent investment happens to be in a roofing system which is bound to take a beating from Mother Nature. We at Skycraft Roofing are finding more and more that it is well worth the small extra charge to ensure that your roof will be performing at or above a serviceable level for your chosen warranty length.

No-Dollar-Limit (NDL)...Read More

Tear Off Safely | Jul 07, 2014
Posted by: Dane Mulligan

Roofing has proven to be a volatile industry with periods of high and low demand coming at seemingly random points throughout the year. One way that Skycraft Roofing Inc. has been able to keep our men busy through the low demand periods is by undertaking the job of removing old roofs ourselves. This is a project which we will usually sub-contract to a specialist but are perfectly capable of and experienced at doing ourselves. When embarking on a tear-off project there are three main...Read More

Posted by: Dane Mulligan
Commercial and Industrial buildings pose unique situations for the roofer due to the large variety of services which can take place under a roof and what sort of penetrations and roof top apparatus might be necessary for those operations. What you will often find is a roof being cross-cut and cluttered with pipes and machinery which needs a specific, detail oriented plan to be roofed or re-roofed correctly. However, it is also common to find thousands of square feet of roof nearly...Read More
Posted by: Dane Mulligan
You have many different things to think about when putting a new roof on your residential property. Style, price, longevity wished for, and structural integrity of roof frame all come into consideration. The following is a rough break down of your options for a sloped roof on your home or rental property:

Tile- Tile is an upgrade both aesthetically and performance wise. While shingles have variety in color and style, the diversity among roofing...Read More
Posted by: Dane Mulligan
There are many different factors which will help you decide whether now is the best time to replace that 15, 20, or 25 year old roof on your home or business. The most deciding factor involved in this question is the overall state of your current roof. Perhaps your old cap sheet roof has easily visible issues; loss of granules in many spots, obvious tears, areas where the material laps over each other are no longer sticking. All of these visually apparent signs, and others, point to a worn out...Read More