Thought Leadership, Education + Training
Continuing education is a crucial part of company culture here at Kapella Roofing. In order to maintain the level of quality and service that we are known for, we must ensure that our ownership and management team are thought leaders in their field and are invested in transferring their knowledge to the rest of our team.
Whether it is staying up to date on best practices, safety procedures, licenses, and regulations or deepening our knowledge and specializations, we are constantly learning and improving in order to advise and lead with confidence.
We are proud to set the bar for employee education and are happy to share our resources and training manuals with fellow industry professionals. We hope you find them helpful!
Commercial Flat Roofing
Components and Damage Assessment
August 12, 2020 – Kapella Roofing
Table Of Contents:
– What is Roof Damage?
– Spatter Marks, Condenser Fins + Coil Faces, Soft Metals
– Commercial Roofing Systems Overview + Damage
– Built-Up Roofing (BUR) – Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF)
– Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM)
– Modified Bitumen
– Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) – Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)
– Substrate Types Overview + Damage Assessment
– Iso Insulation – Rigid Fiberboard – Perlite Board
– Glass Gypsum Board – Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
Hail Damage: What to Expect
The Colorado Front Range is usually called the Hail Capitol because the Colorado Springs to Denver metro area gets more severe hail events than anywhere else in the county. On average, this area gets pummeled by an average of 13 hail storms per year.
Although Colorado can get any type of hail at any time during the spring and summer, severe thunderstorm warnings often produce the larger, more damaging hail between April 15 and June 20.
These consistent hail storms can inflict significant damage on your home, especially your roof, as it takes the harshest beating when hailstorms strike. Roof hail damage in Denver Metro and along the Front Range can be quite extensive and lead to even more problems if not noticed and fixed in time.