Evolution Warner Center – Canoga Park

Project Description

Stone Roofing has been providing new construction commercial roofing in Los Angeles for over 80 years. We have installed high quality, custom commercial roofing on Retail Centers, Condominiums, Residential Mix Use, Schools, Hospitals, High Rises, Distribution Warehouses, and Office Buildings.  We understand that each new construction project is uniquely different and time sensitive which is why we work directly with our clients/contractors to deliver the most effective results and strategic planned out project from start to finish.

The Evolution Warner roof project was new apartment construction located on Variel Ave., Canoga Park Ca.  The project is a 7-story building, 277 unit apartment building with subterranean parking, rooftop BBQ terraces, and outdoor community kitchen.  Warner project is perfectly located near Woodland Hills, a popular place to live Southern California.

Roof Project Details

Location   Canoga Park, CA

Size  44,000 Sq. Ft.

Industry  Condominium/Residential

Roofing System  60 mil PVC Sarnafil Roof System- Mechanically Fastened

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT:

Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. 800.31.STONE (78663)  Website: www.stoneroof.com

 

 

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Preventative Maintenance – Azusa

Project Description

The Commercial Center in Azusa is home to dozens of businesses. A portion of this is owned by MC Strass Edgewood Center LLC, who in turn provides adequate shelter and space for Boost Mobile and future tenants. MC Strass takes the responsibility of continuously maintaining the building in its entirety, including the roof.

Stone Roofing performed a routine Preventative Maintenance job for this building in November of 2019. The work included is extensive, however to summarize, foremen inspected the entire roof field in great detail, cleaning and resealing as needed. This includes inspecting for cracks, deterioration, and punctures in locations such as base flashings, corners, pipe penetrations, edge metal, coping, curbs, platforms, drains, and more. This particular job required sealing many areas of damage in the field, as well as sealing all penetrations and rooftop equipment.

Roof Project Details

Location   Azusa, CA

Size  30,400 Sq. Ft.

Industry  Mixed Use Shopping Center

Roofing System  Built Up

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT

Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. 800.31.STONE (78663)

 www.stoneroof.com

Yes! We Can Help With Your Commercial Roof.

 

Stone Roofing is a dedicated commercial roofing company committed to providing the highest quality for the best value to all our customers.  We are a dependable and a trusted roofing contractor that has been servicing industrial/commercial businesses for over eighty years.

We specialize in flat re-roofing, ground up projects, roof maintenance and commercial roof repair, servicing Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and San Diego Counties.

Our goal at Stone Roofing is to be here for our valued customers and provide them with highly trained commercial roofers and the best commercial roof system for the most competitive price.

We truly value your business and hope that all of our customers are all safe, healthy and doing well.

We are here to help you with any roof need that you have!

800-31-STONE or stoneroof.com

Costa Mesa Roof Repairs

Stone Roofing – Spotlight On Commercial Roofing

Metro Pointe Repair

(Before) Pipe Penetration Lacks Flashing

(After) Drains Receive New TPO Membrane

(After) Pipe Penetration Receives New ChemCurb as a Permanent Repair

Project Description

In 2019, Stone Roofing had the opportunity to make roofing repairs for the DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse located in the Metro Pointe shopping center in Costa Mesa. The majority of the roof is a colored built up membrane, however a small section of TPO Membrane was also found. The main focus of this job was to replace the deteriorated drainage area with brand new white TPO, in addition to scanning and making repairs as needed across the rest of the built up roof. Miscellaneous permanent repairs included sealing exposed pipe penetrations and sealing deteriorated membrane on the walls. The entire roof was also professionally cleared of all debris and trash.
Stone Roofing makes it a priority to complete the customer’s requests accurately and in a timely manner, all without disrupting typical business, as was demonstrated on this job.

Roof Project Details

Location                   Costa Mesa, CA
Size                              27,000 Sq. Ft.
Industry                    Retail Warehouse
Roofing System    TPO and Built Up Membrane

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT:

Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. 800.31.STONE (78663)  Website: www.stoneroof.com

Did You Budget 2020 Commercial Roof Maintenance?

If you forgot and did not budget for 2020 commercial roof maintenance, it is not too late.  Spending a little bit today can save a tremendous amount of time and money tomorrow.

The fastest solution:

The worst solution is to do nothing and hope the roof remains intact. Doing nothing is not a solution. Simply because a roof is not leaking now does not mean it will not develop costly problems over the next year.

Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. to have an inspection this year and to ensure your roof budget stays on target.

800-31-STONE

LINE UP YOUR COMMERCIAL ROOF INSPECTION WITH BACK-TO-SCHOOL

The end of summer means its back to school time. It also means it is the best time for an annual commercial roof inspection. California summers are the best time of year for outdoor work and maintenance, and August to September is ideal for taking care of Preventative Maintenance on your commercial roof.

You want your roof in tip-top shape, before bad weather hits. Fall is right around the corner, which means that trees will begin shedding their leaves, and overgrown brush can drop branches and other mulch onto your commercial roof. Every year, property owners contend with the potential roof damage that comes from clogged gutters, drains and overgrown debris. Therefore, it is better to prepare now than to risk damages during the worst part of the year for maintenance or repairs.

This is why back-to-school season is the perfect time to have an annual commercial roof inspection. Just as students begin testing and performing assessments to ensure they are meeting standards, this time of year can be a great reminder for property owners to “test” and assess their commercial roofs, to make sure they are up to standards.

Let Stone Roofing help you get your commercial roof

 Back-To-School Ready!

800-31-STONE www.stoneroof.com 

LEARN HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR BUSINESS IN CASE OF AN EARTHQUAKE

After the recent earthquakes, many business owners are concerned about how past or future tremors could affect the stability of their commercial roofs. Now is the perfect opportunity to examine the roof of your business to assess its current condition and ability to stand up against the elements.

To ensure that your business can stand up to the effects of an earthquake, prepare for one before it occurs. Use the earthquake safety tips from the experts at Stone Roofing Co., Inc. to help protect your business and your employees from harm.

It always pays to be prepared – Earthquake Tips

Before an Earthquake – Be Prepared

  • Check and reduce hazards in your place of business
  • Check building structure and roof field
  • Keep disaster supplies on hand
  • Become earthquake educated
  • Keep disaster supplies on hand for employees
  • Develop an emergency communications plan

During an Earthquake – Be Safe

If indoors

  • Drop to the ground and take cover by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture. Hold on until the shaking stops. If there isn’t a table or desk near you, cover your face and head with your arms and crouch in an inside corner of the building.
  • Stay away from glass windows, outside doors and walls or anything that could fall such as lighting fixtures or book shelves.
  • Use a doorway for shelter only if it is in close proximity to you and you know it is a strongly supporting, load-bearing doorway.
  • Stay inside until the shaking stops and it is safe to go outside.
  • Be aware that electricity may go out and sprinkler systems or fire alarms may turn on.
  • Do not use elevators.

If outdoors

  • Stay there.
  • Move away from buildings, streetlights and utility wires. Most earthquake-related casualties result from collapsing walls, flying glass and falling objects.
  • If trapped under debris
  • Do not light a match.
  • Stay still; do not move about or kick up dust.
  • Cover your mouth with a handkerchief or piece of clothing
  • Tap on a pipe or wall so rescuers can locate you. Use a whistle if one is available. Shout only as a last resort. Shouting can cause you to inhale dangerous amounts of dust.
  • Once in an open space, stay there until the shaking stops.

If trapped under debris

  • Do not light a match.
  • Stay still; do not move about or kick up dust.
  • Cover your mouth with a handkerchief or piece of clothing
  • Tap on a pipe or wall so rescuers can locate you. Use a whistle if one is available. Shout only as a last resort. Shouting can cause you to inhale dangerous amounts of dust.

After an Earthquake – Be Smart

  • Use a cell phone or landline telephone only for emergency calls.
  • Help injured or trapped persons. Give first aid where appropriate, but do not move seriously injured persons unless they are in immediate danger of further injury.
  • Check for gas leaks. If you smell gas or hear blowing or hissing noise, open a window and leave immediately. Turn off the gas at the outside main valve if possible, move away from the building and call the gas company for assistance.
  • Look for electrical system damage. If you see sparks or broken or frayed wires, or if you smell hot insulation, turn off the electricity at the main fuse box or circuit breaker. If you have to step in water to get to the fuse box or circuit breaker, call and electrician for assistance.
  • Check for sewer and water line damage. If you suspect sewage line damage, avoid using the toilets and call a plumber. If water pipes are damaged, contact the water company and do not use water from the tap.
  • Listen to a battery-powered radio or television for the latest emergency information.

If you’re looking for a roofing contractor to help prepare you for the next BIG ONE, contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. at

800-31-STONE. www.stoneroof.com