We recently completed a large project on a shopping center in Muskogee, OK. The project involved a complete tear off and replacement of the roof after a major wind event caused part of the building to collapse and damaged the rest of the building.
This project was over 3000 squares (300,000 square feet). We used the Rhinobond attachment method, a newer attachment method that requirements special equipment and trained installers.
The customer said, “Our company has been extremely satisfied…”
This project is in Oklahoma City down on 10th street near St. Anthony’s. This roof was original to the building (1950s). It received significant hail damage in recent storms. After working with the owner to identify damage, the insurance company paid for a new roof.
This is a project we completed this week in Hennessey, OK. The first part of the project was to remove this dangerous false front to the building.
It had received damage in a previous storm that had never been repaired. It has been leaking every since.
It doesn’t look too bad, on the face, but when we took a closer look, we realized the entire front was waterlogged and was separating from the building.