Alliant Roofing Growing in Central Washington

Alliant Roofing Growing in Central Washington

Experience, momentum, and opportunity are the three biggest factors for the growth of Alliant Roofing in Central Washington and into a regional brand. There are a lot of commercial roofs in this area that need to be fixed or replaced. Even more flat roof inspections need to be done. We recently completed a project on several government buildings in Benton County, and did a significant repair job for United Way in Kennewick. I am especially proud of that one, because we completed the work under bid, and ended up giving money back to United Way.

Firestone Building Products Certified

Firestone Building Products Certified

Alliant Roofing Company is fully trained and certified in the application of Firestone Building Products, including: RubberGard™ EPDM rubber roofing systems, UltraPly™ TPO single-ply, roofing membranes, metal roofing systems, asphalt roofing systems, modular flat roofing systems, polyiso roof insulation and cover boards.

Building Owners and Managers: Know Your Roofing Systems

Building Owners and Managers: Know Your Roofing Systems

Most of us welcome the summer sun after a cold winter, but commercial building owners need to be attentive to the potential roof damage that can be caused by severe heat. Under normal conditions, Mother Nature is not always kind to flat roofs. Regular inspections are a cost-effective way to prevent big expenses due to weather damage. Commercial roofs expand and contract in prolonged high temperatures, and any flat roof system is vulnerable to damage. While most roofing systems are designed to have some movement, extreme temperature swings put any roof to the test.

Quality Commercial Roofing System

Quality Commercial Roofing System

Ask Alliant Roofing Company’s owner Jeff Sitton about what makes a quality commercial roofing system, and he starts with a history lesson. Let us step back a few years. Fifty years ago, everything was hot mop (built-up roof), where heated asphalt was in a kettle on the ground. It had to be pumped up to the roof, where roofers then applied it over felt materials. The felt served to separate the deck from the roof’s exterior…